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'Moonhaven' Trailer Shows Joe Manganiello and Dominic Monaghan in a Fantastical Sci-Fi Settlement

AMC+ has debuted the trailer for their original sci-fi thriller Moonhaven. The upcoming series from creator Peter Ocko (Elementary) will premiere exclusively on the AMC streaming service and will air the first and second episodes of the series on July 7. Set 100 years in the future, Moonhaven explores the idea of creating a utopian colony on another planet in an attempt to save Earth.
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Picture for 'Moonhaven' Trailer Shows Joe Manganiello and Dominic Monaghan in a Fantastical Sci-Fi Settlement
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Joe Manganiello and Dominic Monaghan Star in Trailer for 'Moonhaven' Thriller Series

AMC+ has just released an official teaser trailer for their upcoming suspense thriller series, Moonhaven. Moonhaven will explore a society living on the moon that is a supposed utopia. The utopia is created after life becomes almost uninhabitable on earth. However, the utopian colony on the moon may be the Earth's only hope of being saved. Moonhaven stars Emma McDonald (Queens of Mystery), Dominic Monaghan (Lost) Amara Karan (Doctor Who), Ayelet Zurer (Losing Alice), Joe Manganiello (True Blood), Kadeem Hardison (Black Monday), and Yazzmin Newell (The Last Tree). The show will premiere exclusively on AMC+.
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The Legend of Vox Machina Recruits David Tennant, Dominic Monaghan, and More as Guest Stars

The Legend of Vox Machina has recruited some major guest stars for its first season. Critical Role announced some of the guest stars for its upcoming animated series via a "Making Of" video revealed this week. The show has recruited a number of major guest stars, including David Tennant, Stephanie Beatriz, Dominic Monaghan, and Rory McCann, to voice iconic Critical Role characters such as General Krieg, Lady Kima, and more. Several Critical Role veterans also make a return appearance, including Khary Payton, Darin De Paul, and Felicia Day. You can watch the full video below:
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See Charlie Hunnam, Morena Baccarin, Dominic Monaghan, Clancy Brown and Mel Gibson In LAST LOOKS Trailer – Coming To Theaters February 4

If you like 1970’s Hollywood detective tales with flawed characters and film noir showing the seedy side of Los Angeles, then this new film is for you. Get ready for an entertaining ‘whodunnit’ movie. Coming to theaters and On Demand and Digital February 4 is the upcoming action-comedy, LAST LOOKS, an RLJE Films release.
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Dominic Monaghan Reflects On The Lord Of The Rings' 20th Anniversary

Actor Dominic Monaghan, who played the Hobbit Merry in The Lord of the Rings, has shared his thoughts on the 20th anniversary of the film series that catapulted him to a new level of success. Speaking to GameSpot, Monaghan said he had a great time working on the three films in New Zealand years ago, but he doesn't spend too much time these days thinking about the movies or the impending 20th anniversary.
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Dominic Monaghan: 'We were chased by an elephant that almost killed me and my entire crew'

When I was filming Edge of the World in 2019 I spent about three months in Sarawak, which is a province of Borneo, the third-biggest island in the world. I’ve been to Borneo three or four times with work and also just on my own, once to work with an orangutan sanctuary in Sarawak called SOS. I love the people there, and the food is extraordinary. Lunch in that part of the world is always worth looking forward to. If you’re having a tough morning, you know that by the time you get to one o’clock you’re going to have a curry, and that’s always fantastic.
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Dominic Monaghan Reveals Weird Way He Met Andy Serkis Before 'Lord of the Rings'

Dominic Monaghan has revealed the weird way he met Andy Serkis before they starred together in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. During his most recent episode of his and Billy Boyd's podcast The Friendship Onion, which was released on Tuesday, the actor detailed their first encounter to guest Stephen Colbert and his co-host.
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Dominic Monaghan Filmed Hardest ‘Lord of the Rings’ Scene Three Times: ‘Pretty Costing’

Acting in Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy put Dominic Monaghan at the center of large scale battle sequences and in scenes acting opposite a CGI tree, but these moments didn’t hold a candle to the challenge of saying goodbye to Frodo. Monaghan revealed on his “Friendship Onion” podcast (via IGN) that the Gray Havens scene in “The Return of the King” was the hardest scene to shoot in the trilogy. The scene takes place at the end of the final “Rings” film and finds Frodo bidding farewell to longtime hobbit friends Samwise, Merry, and Pippin. Monaghan starred as Merry in the trilogy.
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‘Lord Of The Rings’: Billy Boyd & Dominic Monaghan Say Peter Jackson Was Pressured To Kill A Hobbit

Peter Jackson‘s “Lord of The Rings” trilogy is easily one of the better studio franchises, mainly because it was one of the riskier moves at the time. While J.R.R. Tolkien‘s fantasy adventure books were indeed popular, they hadn’t been proven to be box office gold. So, when New Line Cinema gave Jackson a heap of money and time to make a full trilogy of films, it was pretty shocking to many of us back in the 1990s.
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Lord Of The Rings Star Dominic Monaghan Discusses Most Difficult Scene To Film

Actor Dominic Monaghan, who played Merry in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film series, has spoken about the most difficult scene in the entire series for him to film. Speaking to IGN, Monaghan said it was the Gray Havens scene at the end of The Return of the King, and what made it so difficult was the emotional weight of it and the fact that they had to film it three times.
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Dominic Monaghan And Billy Boyd Reflect On ‘Lord Of The Rings’ 20th Anniversary With New Podcast Show

Whether you are a fan of Middle Earth adventures or not, there is no question that The Lord of the Rings phenomenon continues to make an incomparable impression on the world at large. Written in stages between 1937 and 1949 by author J.R.R. Tolkien, his elaborate fantasy world jumped off the page and onto the big screen with Peter Jackson’s three massive blockbuster films: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001, The Two Towers in 2002 and The Return of the King in 2003, which took home the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2004. Filmed across the incredibly picturesque landscape of New Zealand, this holy trilogy raked in nearly $3 billion dollars collectively worldwide at the box office, which does not even include the home video and now digital sales that continue to occur for these films after almost two decades. With The Fellowship of the Ring celebrating the 20th anniversary of its initial theatrical release this year, two familiar faces have effectively re-emerged by bringing their well-known cinematic mischief to the real world.
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