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What are you looking forward to in 2010? Join us as we discuss the movies, TV, and games that are coming along for this year. Also, we fill you in on the latest news for the week.Posted in GeekiNtertainment
It’s been a couple weeks now since the trailer surfaced for the new “The Karate Kid” movie starring Will Smith’s son Jaden, and Jackie Chan. What are your opinions on it? The poster and trailer are inside, just keep reading!Posted in Trailers & Posters
By this point, you have no doubt heard that Sam Raimi has pulled out/been removed from the helm of Spider-Man 4. You’ve probably also heard that as a result, Spider-Man 4 has been scrapped in favor of a series reboot. Chances are, you may have even heard the recent news that 500 Days of Summer‘s Marc Webb has been tapped to become the director for the planned first three installments of the reboot. From this news, the question becomes, “Is it time for the series to reboot already?”Posted in Articles, Movie News
Did you enjoy 2009? Listen to our review to see how we felt about the year in movies, television, and video games. Then be sure to post your own opinions. I apologize in advance for the quality of Scott in this episode.Posted in GeekiNtertainment
In a move that’s sure to shake up more than just the comic industry, The Walt Disney Company (owners of ABC, ESPN, and more) have purchase Marvel. Along with the deal, they gain rights to Marvel’s over 5000 strong library of characters.Posted in Comic Book News, Movie News
Don’t get too excited. It looks like “the powers that be” have decided that Buffy needs a new re-launch. So plans are moving forward to do a potentially Joss-less Buffy movie that has no connection to either of the two previous Buffy projects. Keep reading.Posted in Movie News
The new Star Trek is now in theaters. When you’ve watched it, feel free to stop by and give your opinions. Opinions with spoilers should go in the attached forum thread. Keep the comments spoiler free if you can.Posted in Movie Reviews
Over on Zap2it.com, they have a couple interesting tidbits up. First, Lionsgate has hired Dirk Blackman and Howard McCain to help re-launch the Conan the Barbarian series. Conan, who was most famously portrayed by Arnold Schwartzenegger, is a rather popular character. The series started as a pulp series in the 30′s, which the article goes on to say the movie will stick closer to ala Batman Begins.
In additon, they are reporting that Universal has picked up the movie rights to the late Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series. The series ran for 12 books, of which Jordan wrote 11 of them himself. He ended up passing away before finishing the 12th book. However, his wife picked someone to finish the series, who then used recorded notes from Robert to finish the story. The movie deal allows Universal to pull from all 12 books. NBC previously held the rights to create a mini-series on the first book.Posted in Movie News
It has been quite a while since I had heard any buzz concerning the Halo movie. But recently I read an article over at Kotaku stating that there is another script being worked currently. Stuart Beattie, the writer of the recent Pirates movies has replaced Peter Jackson and his crew to write the second Halo Movie script. Apparently the second treatment is based on the events of the first Halo novel, Fall of Reach. Kotaku goes on to say that the script is kicking around in Hollywood and that a few people are very interested.
Click Here to read their full article. Oh, and they passed along this piece of conceptual art that Latino Review got their hands on from the movie. Turns out this scene from the book actually made it into the current version of the script.
Posted in Movie News
It had been rumored for a while that Darren Aronofsky would be tapped to direct the re-launch of the MGM franchise, RoboCop. SuperHeroHype is now reporting that MGM has made it official via an announcement yesterday. In addition, the script will be penned by David Self. Aronofsky is well known for his "unique" movie style, including The Fountain which received mixed reviews. David Self is best known for writing Road to Perdition.
According to Superherohype, John Barrowman, Torchwood‘s Capain Jack Harkness, was just asked moments ago at the San Diego Comic-Con panel if there was any possibility that he would be playing Captain America in the upcoming Marvel Studios feature film.
He smiled and said that he’d love to play the character and that Captain America has always been his favorite comic book superhero. But, notion did not seem to take him by surprise and he ended up admitting there had been discussions with his agents and meetings on that very issue.
The First Avenger: Captain America is currently scheduled for a May 6, 2011 release.Posted in Movie News
Understandably, everyone had a lot to say for this episode. The good news is that you get over 3 hours of content out of the episode. The bad news? I guess you’ll be wearing out those pause buttons. This is a packed episode, including discussion on Marvel, DC, The Dark Knight, Hellboy, Vertigo, etc, etc, etc. We literally discuss just about everything. Next week is the Television Report Card episode where we plan to discuss the television industry and their recent efforts to make the networks geek-friendly.Posted in GeekiNtertainment
The Dark Knight, sequel to 2005′s Batman Begins, was realeased in theaters this weekend. What did you guys think? Let us know in the comments section below.
Keep reading for a spoiler-filled review
The feature film adaptation of Rockstar Games’ Max Payne starring Mark Wahlberg has leaked online. Check it out:Posted in Movie News
AFTRA is a union made up of 77,000 actors from television and radio, which includes 44,000 members that also belong to the SAG. Recently, the SAG began pushing for AFTRA members to vote down a deal that the guild leaders had reached in principle with Hollywood studios. Instead, yesterday AFTRA ratified the vote with a 63% approval rating. This deal undercuts a lot of SAG’s powers to strike, and is good news for entertainment fans everywhere.
I personally hope that all actors get the deals that they deserve. But work stoppage hurts everyone involved. So I am glad to see that this happened in order to make the liklihood a little smaller. The SAG can still call for a strike vote, but losing the support of a majority of it’s AFTRA members could be a barometer for how things would turn out in that regard. Continue reading this post for more details.Posted in Movie News, Television News
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