1985 was a good year – it gave us that Back to the futureLive Aid concerts, and of course, the icon spawn bowling soup Song. Perhaps most importantly, the 1985 delivered at reasonable prices — like a movie ticket that costs $3.55 and a gallon of gas for just 91 cents. good people in NBC Global They promote the new Raymond Lee-championship Quantum leap The series (which premieres Monday, September 19) has people jumping at 1985 prices — but only for today.
In Los Angeles, a Quantum leap The crew took over a gas station and offered patrons a chance to fill up at $0.91 a gallon—a welcome relief from prices that climbed to more than $7 a gallon in some parts of town during the summer. Angelenos weren’t the only ones able to return to 1985’s consumerism by – Fandango I also offered a promotion for movie tickets at the 1985 price of $3.55.
At the Los Angeles event, excitement was high as rows of cars stretched down the street and around city blocks as people were desperate to go back to a time before inflation and the economy wasn’t so brutal. After cars went through a quantum accelerator and jumped into 1985, customers were treated to ’80s snacks (Pop-Tart, anyone?), a killer ’80s playlist broadcast on dedicated radio frequency and played over loudspeakers, and break-dance shows. by dance crew WeBreak Hip Hopa screen showing trivia from the ’80s and of course the new Quantum Leap trailer.
After soaking up all the frivolity and sentiment of 1985, cars were routed down the road to the gas station, all fuel pumps repriced to less than a dollar a gallon, and customers buying up to 10 gallons at the 1985 price. And for those celebrating Quantum Leap Day outside Los Angeles, Fandango offered 1985 movie tickets for those with a discount code. Now here’s a look at a gallery of how it all happened:
With the series showing on NBC screens starting September 19, here’s a look at the official trailer for Quantum leap:
It’s been nearly 30 years since Dr. Sam Beckett got into the Quantum Leap accelerator and disappeared. Now, a new team, led by physicist Ben Song (Raymond Lee), has been assembled to restart the project in hopes of understanding the mysteries behind the machine and the man who created it. Everything changes, however, when Ben makes an unauthorized jump in the past, leaving the team behind to solve the mystery of why he did it. Addison (Caitlin Bassett) stands beside Ben throughout his jumps, which appears as a hologram only Ben can see and hear. She’s a decorated veteran of the military that lends a subtlety to her job.
Leading the top-secret operation, Herbert “Magic” Williams (Ernie Hudson), is a no-nonsense professional military man who has to respond to his superiors who won’t be happy once they learn of a breach of protocol. The rest of the team at headquarters includes Ian Wright (Mason Alexander Park), who runs the Ziggy AI unit, and Jane Chu (Nanrisa Lee), who heads the project’s digital security. As Ben leaps from life to life, and corrects what went wrong, it is clear that he and his team are on an exciting journey. However, Addison, Magic, Ian, and Jane know that if they are going to solve the mystery of Ben’s jump and bring him home, they must act quickly or lose him forever.
Dr. Lee’s Dr. Ben Seong is a world-renowned physicist and man of faith who makes an actual leap of faith and finds him lost… and without his memory. Herbert Williams “Magic” Hudson (Ernie Hudson) is a Vietnam veteran and head of the Quantum Leap Project. He’s using his political and military expertise to keep the Pentagon at bay while his team works to rescue Ben. Caitlin BassettAddison is a project lead at Quantum Leap headquarters that runs cutting edge technology to communicate individual time travels in the past, likely similar to the way you watched the original series Admiral Al Calavecchi (Dean StockwellCommunicate with Sam via the hologram. Nanressa LeeJin is the head of security at Quantum Leap, while Mason Alexander ParkIan is the lead architect of Quantum Leap’s AI program. Recently, it was announced Georgina Riley (city on a hillHe joined the series in a major recurring role. Now here’s a look at two small teasers that were recently released for the September 19th premiere of NBC. Quantum leap:
Stephen Lillin And the Brian Weinbrandt Co-wrote and Executive Produced The Pilot, with blind spot originator Martin Gero (now the new series showrunner), creator of the original series / EP Don BelisarioThe EP/Co-narrator Deborah Pratt. Helen Schaeffer (Station Eleven, Lovecraft Country, Orphan Black) to executive production and pilot direction. While Bakula is not currently associated with reprising his role or producing it in some way, he appears to have been in talks about a comeback (Stockwell passed away in November 2021 at the age of 85). Universal Television (a division of Universal Studio Group) will produce the pilot along with Lilien & Wynbrandt’s I Have a Idea! Entertainment, Belisarios Productions at Bellisario, and Gero’s Quinn’s House production.