(The sequel to Ascendant.) Picking up immediately after the events of Ascendant, telekinetic superhero-in-training Caleb Conrad has succeeded in his mission to avenge the murder of his mentor/adoptive father, famed retired superhero Robert Richter a.k.a “The Bolt”, at the hands of his arch-nemesis, billionaire multi-industrialist Sebastian Samuels a.k.a “The Unstoppable”, though his actions and chaotic final battle with Samuels has resulted in Caleb being apprehended by government officials under the orders of retired superhero turned politician Louise Langdon. As Caleb and his remaining confidants await to plead his case before the world's governments as to why superheroism should not be …
What if it was made 20 years ago? Based on the true story of France's last trial by combat in the Middle Ages. Knight Jean de Carrouges challenges his former friend Jacques Le Gris to a duel after Jean's wife Marguerite accuses Le Gris of rape.
What if it was made ten years earlier? A young girl, passionate about fashion design, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But 1960s London is not what it seems, and time seems to be falling apart with shady consequences.
What if the last Daniel Craig's James Bond was made in 90s? James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
(Based on a fan-made poster I created on DeviantArt.) In a world where Superheroes were once seen as the ultimate shining example of truth and justice amongst the rest of humanity and were practically worshipped as deities, but nowadays, following years of collateral damage, unexpected turncoats and evergrowing mass cynicism towards the very idea of superheroism, they have been greatly frowned upon and are essentially on the verge of being officially outlawed, even many famed superheroes have lost faith in themselves and have retired, though there is a very small handful who remain hopeful that superheroes will be needed again. …
Plot: A family moves to an eighteenth century mansion but are plagued by unexplained occurrences Characters: Pete Cochise - A middle-aged writer. Laura Cochise - Pete's pregnant wife. Pearl Cochise - Pete and Laura's daughter. Dr. Erik Sneiderman -A Paranormal Investigator Dr. Leonardo Stone- A Parapsychologist JoBeth O'Rourke- A Spiritual medium Claire - Pearl's best friend Samantha - A spirit young girl. MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense thematic material, violent images, and brief sexuality
Old if it came out 20 years earlier
A high school student discover a comic book that kills anyone if they read it. PITCH: It's like Death Note, with a comic book. CHARACTER LIST: Drew Peters - He is a high school student by day, comic book writer by night. Kira Sanchez - She is Drew's love interest. Jack Asher - He is one of Drew's classmates. Krysten Walsh - She is one of Drew's classmates. Mandy Douglas - She is one of Drew's classmates. Marlene Kane - She is one of Drew's classmates. Leslie Peters - She is Drew's mother. Wayne Peters - He is Drew's father. …
A young cinephile takes it upon herself to solve a mystery after witnessing the first of many brutal murders at the local multiplex.
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