If “Brave New World” and “Odessa” was the first glass of water we were given after five years wandering the desert, “Game Over” might as well be the first glass of lemonade after an unreasonably long summer.
Well, better late than never.
Five episodes into a 13-episode “event series,” we finally know what the latest generation of Heroes will eventually come together in order to prevent… Continue reading
We finally have our first “Holy—” moment of Heroes Reborn.
No, I’m not talking about Quentin’s literal “Holy—“ cut-to-black moment in the basement of Renatus. Though that was a nice call back to both Noah and Claire Bennet’s respective waking up in the hospital moments from the original series.
Things are happening quickly on Heroes Reborn.
So quickly in fact that three sets of characters, departing at undetermined times from New York City, Tokyo, Japan and Odessa, Texas – a town at the western edge of the state – all arrive in the fictional town of Midian, Col., at the exact same time.
There’s two things you should know.
First, I’m a sentimental person. This is evident from my drawer full of t-shirts from my high school years that I don’t wear, but refuse to part ways with.
One of those shirts was a “Save the Cheerleader, Save the World” shirt I got at Universal Studios in Los Angeles in 2008.
As of Thursday night and the premiere of Heroes: Reborn, a show promised to us many moons ago on Feb. 22, 2014, it still fits.
The satisfying first episodes of Heroes: Reborn, “A Brave New World” and “Odessa” are sentimental only when necessary.
Heroes Reborn had its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival tonight, and the cast of the new show was all on hand in addition to guest stars from the original series including Jimmy Jean-Louis (The Haitian), Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman), and a grown-up Noah Gray-Cabey (Micah Sanders), which will never not be weird. Also present? The 100 actress Eve Harlow, who has an interesting role in the new show.
Below, you can find a whole lot of pictures from the event…. and if you’re curious to find out what we thought of the Heroes Reborn premiere, read our review at KSiteTV!