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The Final Pacific Rim Trailer Will Knock You Out!
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 16, 2013 under News
Maybe it's partly thanks to Star Trek Into Darkness being such a colossal piece of shit, but this new Pacific Rim trailer gets your heart racing with its awesomeness. Containing a ton of new footage, the trailer details how there were three major Kaiju attacks on cities before we realized that they would just keep ... more.
Star Trek Into Darkness Review
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, News, Reviews
When JJ Abrams Star Trek came out in 2009 I, like many others, really liked it. I actually saw it three times in theaters with one showing being on IMAX. Purists had a lot of problems with the movie, but it worked as a fun reboot and the cast nailed the characters perfectly. So there were high hopes for the sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, but unfortunately the movie falls flat on its face at warp... more.
The Goal With Star Trek Into Darkness? ‘Less Trekkie Stuff’
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 15, 2013 under News
Star Trek fans have been complaining since 2009 that the Abramsverse is heavier on the action and less on the stuff that made Star Trek so enduring and popular. And now, there's confirmation directly from Paramount that their goal with the new movies is to do more action and "less Trekkie stuff". This was revealed in more.
The Full Riddick Trailer is Here!
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Most likely due to show up with either Star Trek this week or Fast and the Furious next week in theaters, Universal has released the full two-and-a-half minute trailer for Riddick online. The trailer is awesome. At first it shows Riddick wiping out Mercs one by one on a hostile planet, but then when the monsters on that planet start trouble, the Mercs have to work with Riddick to survive. As s... more.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on Star Trek vs. Star Wars
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Science, Space, Star Wars
On the eve of the new Star Trek movie release, Business Insider went to Neil deGrasse Tyson and asked him which scifi franchise he liked more; Star Wars or Star Trek. Naturally, with Star Trek's more realistic take on science he preferred that version: "I never got into Star Wars," Tyson tells us. "Maybe because t... more.
Dear DC, Please Don’t Let Damon Lindelof Anywhere Near Justice League
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Damon Lindelof, the man who couldn't write an ending to Lost and ruined a perfectly good Alien Prequel, has opened his mouth about DC's Justice League "problem". The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Lindelof about his involvement in the worst Star Trek movie ever made, and they decided to ask him how he ... more.
Help Star Trek Enterprise Return on Netflix
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While Netflix has already crushed people's dreams of a return of Firefly, another science fiction series stands the chance of returning to the service. With traditional Star Trek as we know it dead with JJ Abrams' idiotic action movies, people are longing for a Star Trek television series. With the third and fourth seasons of Enterprise being so good, could that be our last hope for a true Star Tr... more.
The Full Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Trailer is Here
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 14, 2013 under Comics, News
When ABC released the thirty second teaser for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on Sunday, they promised more footage if people tweeted #CousonLives enough, and people did. The additional footage is in the form of a 2:47 trailer that they posted on the show's official Facebook page. While it does reuse footage from the teasers, there are more looks at the character who may be Luke Cage as well as more su... more.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Set for Tuesdays
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We now know when Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will air on ABC this fall. The first series to tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe will air Tuesday nights at 8:00pm this fall. This is good news as some feared they'd wait for midseason for the Whedon series, but it's getting a big time slot right in the fall and will be going up against some big shows on Tuesday night. Speculation continues ... more.
New Days of Future Past Image Raises Questions…
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Bryan Singer has tweeted out a new image from the filming of Days of Future Past, which shows Hugh Jackman and Nicholas Hoult as Wolverine and Beast in 1973. Those two characters in that time period raises a big question about if the timeline is being really rebooted, as everyone knows that in the movies Wolverine didn't join up with the X-Men until the 2000 movie set in the present. Also, Houl... more.