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Oscar-Winning BATMAN & ROBIN Screenwriter Akiva Goldsman Makes His Directorial Debut On Tonight’s FRINGE!!

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Last week Walter braved a sewer-dwelling monstrocity. Tonight’s episode of “Fringe,” titled “Bad Dreams,” marks the directorial debut of screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, who won the 2002 adapted screenplay Oscar for “A Beautiful Mind,” but also unleashed into this world “Batman Forever,” “Batman & Robin,” “Lost In Space,” “Cinderella Man,” “I, Robot,” “The Da Vinci Code,” and “I Am Legend.” Fox says:
As a suicide incident occurs at New York’s iconic Grand Central station, Agent Dunham simultaneously witnesses the event while asleep and dreaming in Boston. Rattled by the extraordinary and coincidental circumstances, Olivia, Peter and Walter investigate further, but keep coming up empty-handed. As these violent occurrences continue and worsen, Olivia is sent into an unthinkable direction and shocking details emerge about the ZFT manuscript, the highly experimental drug Cortexiphan and Olivia’s childhood.
Fox says of next week’s episode, titled “Midnight”:
Fringe Division is on the case when severely mutilated bodies drained of spinal cord fluid begin to pile up. After their investigation leads them to a scientist (guest star Jefferson Mays) with possible ties to the Z.F.T. bioterrorist cell, they are shocked to discover the identity and motive of the killer. When the kills occur with increasing frequency, Olivia (Anna Torv), Peter (Joshua Jackson) and Walter (John Noble) go to desperate lengths to stop them.
Fox says of the May 5 episode, titled “The Road Not Taken”:
First her bad dreams became reality, and now Olivia is “dreaming” while awake, seeing elaborate bleak visions of things not really there. While investigating the disturbing case of a woman who apparently spontaneously combusted, Olivia throws caution to the wind and mines her unexplained visions for clues. Meanwhile, Walter comes clean about his prior knowledge of the Z.F.T. manifesto, and Peter’s secret project is revealed and yields surprising help in unraveling the mystery.
Fox says of the May 12 season finale, “There’s More Than One of Everything,” which introduces Leonard Nimoy as William Bell:
The sudden and unexpected attack on someone with close ties to Fringe Division, the return of bioterrorist David Robert Jones (guest star Jared Harris) and the inexplicable disappearance of Walter set the stage for a non-stop, nail-biting season finale of FRINGE. Questions will be answered, observations made, loyalties tested and truths and identities revealed.
9 p.m. Tuesday. Fox.

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