Watch: New footage in three new ads for Star Trek Beyond

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Yesterday we saw the final trailer for Star Trek Beyond. Today we get the first TV spots — and they give us even more new footage from the film, which opens July 22.

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John Rhys-Davies is the apostle Peter, and Stephen Baldwin is the emperor Nero, in Peter: The Redemption

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Last year, I noted that two Bible movies were being filmed in northern Ontario.

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Ben-Hur news round-up: the need for forgiveness, and more

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Just a few quick notes about some Ben-Hur things that popped up last week.

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Watch: Rihanna sings in the final trailer for Star Trek Beyond

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Star Trek Beyond isn’t the first Star Trek film to feature a new song on its soundtrack, but it just might be the first to put its song front-and-centre in a movie trailer.

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Box office: Independence Day and Free State of Jones flop while Finding Dory and The Shallows thrive in the water

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They had 20 years to prepare a sequel … and it more or less flopped in North America.

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Prophet Joseph — episodes nineteen and twenty

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Synopsis. Joseph is led into the prison, which is full of chaos and filth. One of the first things he sees is Ninifer Keptah — a former member of Potiphar’s guard who was sent to prison years ago when Joseph, then 11, tricked him into confessing a crime — beating another prisoner almost to death. Joseph intervenes, and the warden has both Joseph and Ninifer Keptah lashed. But the warden takes a liking to Joseph when Nemisabu arrives with a care package and a note from one of Potiphar’s officers that speaks highly of Joseph and says the warden should not let Joseph’s organizational talents go to waste. Before long, Joseph has convinced the other prisoners to clean the jail. Meanwhile, the priests of Amon start searching for Apopis, who was supposed to kill the Pharaoh for them but is now stuck in the same prison as Joseph.

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