Central) on PBS’ Great Performances (check your local listings), pbs.org/gperf and PBS apps. For 40 years, Star Wars has been the movie of our generations — the generations 50 and older — and The Last Jedi is the episode that honors them all.In Jedi, the actor and his character passed the baton to a new generation.Dakota Shapiro (“The Affair”) and Oliver Cooper (“Red Oaks, “Project X”) play Ivy League undergraduates who launched theglobe.com, one of the very first social networking sites, out of their dorm room.“Valley of the Boom tells the surprising, provocative and inspiring stories of Silicon Valley’s early pioneers,” said Carolyn Bernstein, executive vice president global scripted development and production for National Geographic.Wisconsin Public Radio and welcome civil, on-topic comments and opinions that advance the discussion from all perspectives of an issue.Comments containing outside links (URLs) will only be posted after they’ve been approved by a moderator. Visit our social media guidelines for more information about these policies.En español | Annette Bening, Gary Oldman, Guillermo del Toro and Helen Mirren were among the stars honored for their work in 2017 films at AARP's Movies for Grownups Awards on Monday. In an industry that's too often preoccupied with youth, the film respects the past, taking us back to fond memories — yet it is also of the moment, innovative, vital and in touch with a vast public.Hosted by Alan Cumming, the show also featured Mark Hamill, Saoirse Ronan, Willem Dafoe and other celebrity presenters. And speaking of touch, Mark Hamill has just the right one as an older and wiser Luke Skywalker.
This is more important — this election is vital.” Whitford also spoke to student Democrats on campuses in Oshkosh and Milwaukee.Press release from National Geographic Channel, March 16, 2018: National Geographic taps two-time Emmy Award-winning actor Bradley Whitford (“Get Out,” “The Post,” “The West Wing”), Steve Zahn (“War of the Planet of the Apes,” ABC’s “The Crossing”) and Lamorne Morris (“Game Night,” “New Girl”) to star in six-part limited series, Valley of the Boom.From STXtv, the television division of Robert Simonds’ STX Entertainment, along with creator, showrunner, director and executive producer Matthew Carnahan (Showtime’s “House of Lies”) and executive producer Arianna Huffington, Valley of the Boom will begin filming March 26 in Vancouver, Canada.Told with unparalleled access to the most groundbreaking and prominent figures in the tech world, the six-part limited series will follow the stories that made the history of the era.“Silicon Valley was and is a strange place; a Hollywood for geniuses,” said Carnahan.