“There are [a lot of special effects]. It’s pretty cool,” Matt recently told JJJ. “It takes place ten years in the future. It’s like 2024 and lots of special effects, which might have to do with some super powers possibly.”
The new show will debut mid-season on the network.
Star-Crossed summary: When Emery was 6 years old, an alien spacecraft crash-landed in her small town with an alien species called the Atrians. In the midst of the conflict, Roman, a 6-year-old Atrian boy, found his way to a shed behind Emery’s house, where she protected him from harm, bringing him food, comfort – and friendship. In their brief time together, Emery and Roman forged a deep bond, but the authorities wasted no time tracking Roman down and capturing him in a violent confrontation. Emery has grown up believing that Roman was killed that day.
Now, 10 years later, the Atrians have been acclimated to life on Earth, but they are interned in a heavily-guarded camp known as the Sector to keep them separate from humans. Now, for the first time, a group of Atrian teens will enroll in a suburban human high school, with the goal of testing the feasibility of human/alien integration.
Ashley Madekwe and Ana Mulvoy-Ten step out for the British New Wave event held at Topshop Topman at the Grove in Los Angeles on Tuesday night (April 30).
The two were joined at the event held by Sir Philip Green and BAFTA Los Angeles by 90210 star Matt Lanter.
British New Wave is the name given to a trend in filmmaking among directors in Britain in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Usually in black-and-white, the films had a spontaneous quality, and rather than using extras, they “captured life as it happens”.