Supernova

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Overview

In the tradition of The Day After Tomorrow, Deep Impact, and Armageddon, Peter Fonda, Tia Carrere, Luke Perry, and Emma Samms star in Supernova, a three-and-a-half hour miniseries originally created and produced for The Hallmark Channel. In this special effects-laden sci-fi actioner, Fonda plays a Dr. Shepard, a famed astrophysicist who discovers -- all too late -- that the sun's age has been miscalculated, and that it will supernova in a matter of only days -- destroying the Earth and everything else in our ...
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Overview

In the tradition of The Day After Tomorrow, Deep Impact, and Armageddon, Peter Fonda, Tia Carrere, Luke Perry, and Emma Samms star in Supernova, a three-and-a-half hour miniseries originally created and produced for The Hallmark Channel. In this special effects-laden sci-fi actioner, Fonda plays a Dr. Shepard, a famed astrophysicist who discovers -- all too late -- that the sun's age has been miscalculated, and that it will supernova in a matter of only days -- destroying the Earth and everything else in our solar system. As Dr. Shepard flees to Africa, his prophecy materializes: enormous solar particles careen toward the Earth, destroying its international landmarks. Meanwhile, a group of scientists begin to search for the missing Shepard and a paranoid government agent played by Lance Henriksen schemes to help a small group of civilians escape the coming disaster by furnishing underground bunkers to shield and protect them.
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Special Features

Full Length High Definition 1080p; ; Cast & Crew Interviews Luke Perry "Dr. Chris Richardson" Tia Carrere, "Lisa Delgado," Peter Fonda "Dr. Austin Shepard; Emma Samms "Laurie Stephenson"; Clemency Burton-Hill "Ginny McKillop"; John Harrison - Director; ; Theatrical Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/19/2008
  • UPC: 096009000912
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Platinum Disc
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:52:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 38,409

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Eliza Bennett
Tia Carrere Lisa Delgado
Peter Fonda Dr. Austin Shepard
Lance Henriksen Col. Harlan Williams
Luke Perry Dr. Chris Richardson
Ronald Pickup Dr. Malcolm Handey
Emma Samms Laurie Stephenson
Technical Credits
John Harrison Director
Steven H. Berman Screenwriter
Irwin Fisch Score Composer
Robert Halmi Jr. Executive Producer
Gillian Hawser Casting
Thomas A. Krueger Editor
Matthew Lessall Casting
Larry Levinson Executive Producer
Leanne Moore Producer
Frank Perl Cinematographer
Birrie Le Roux Production Designer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Not one of the best disaster movies.....

    I enjoy watching any type of disaster movie that portrays the end of the world, but this definitely is at the bottom of the list. First, it was 3 HOURS LONG, and could have probably been cut down to much less. Also, there were extra story lines occuring at the same time as the "sun exploading" scenario, which was probably not needed. The visual effects were not done well, and it was often hard to follow because of the terminology and poor explanations. Overall, I feel this is a great topic to make a movie out of, but it was done in a poor fashion.

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