Benedict Cumberbatch is NOT in Episode VII
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on April 14, 2014 under News, Star Wars
In a bit of news that should make my pal Jason over at MakingStarWars.net very happy, it looks like we've finally heard the end of "Cumberbatch"...at least in regards to Episode VII. That's right everyone's favorite Sith Lord that was never really cast in the movie doesn't appear to be in it at all. more.
Where Were The Star Wars Movies Filmed?
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on April 9, 2014 under Featured, Lists, Star Wars
[caption id="attachment_16553" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The first six Star Wars movies were filmed around the world, but where?[/caption] With production on Star Wars Episode VII ramping up, and news of location filming starting to come out, it has naturally led to some confusion online as to where they filmed the various planets from the first six Star Wars movies. So in an effort to cla... more.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on March 21, 2014 under Comics, Featured, News, Reviews
[caption id="attachment_16473" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Winter Soldier comes to the big screen and it’s perfect.[/caption]Ten years ago Ed Brubaker began one of the most celebrated runs ever on the Captain America comic series. In his “Winter Soldier” storyline, Brubaker retold the relationship of Cap and his WWII sidekick Bucky in differently than the lighthearted way we saw the... more.
Who Was That Blue Guy in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.?
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on March 4, 2014 under Comics, News
Finally hitting its stride, last night’s episode Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. introduced some very interesting new elements to the series, and it is finally becoming the Marvel show people want it to be. At the end of the episode Coulson discovers the real T.A.H.I.T.I. as well as the origin of the “GH” initials that are throughout the episode. It turned out to be half of a blue body ... more.
10 Marvel Cinematic Universe Easter Eggs & Connections
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on February 27, 2014 under Comics, Featured, Lists
Perhaps the best thing about the Marvel Studios-produced movies and television shows is that they’re all connected. Just like in the comics, the movies and television shows that Marvel itself produces exist in a shared universe. Of course that resulted in The Avengers and upcoming series such as The Defenders, but even before the big heroes joined forces there have been links and hints to othe... more.
Five Reasons the Star Wars EU Needs a Reboot
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on January 29, 2014 under Featured, Lists, Star Wars
The recent internet freak out over the revelation that the Lucasfilm Story Group would be reviewing Star Wars continuity going forward in an effort to make one consistent canon has shown that there are a lot of people worried about the EU. As they should be. The Story Group could take elements of the existing EU, such as specific characters, and include them in the continuity going forward. Or t... more.
RUMOR: Two New Star Trek Series in Development for 2014?
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on November 13, 2013 under News
The “cop show” would be set on a Defiant-class ship…For a long time we’ve been hearing different stories of big-name television and film producers pitching various different Star Trek television series to CBS. And for an equally long time the word has been that CBS prefers having Star Trek on the big screen as they feel the franchise works better in the film format. But now... more.
The Truth About Villains
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on December 26, 2012 under Pics
Who else can’t wait for Game of Thrones Season 3? It still blows my mind that Joffrey is the same kid Batman ran into in Batman Begins, and now he’s super evil in Westeros. And this image is very true, while there are some big villains there; no one is as evil as him. ... more.
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Star Trek: TNG in HD Will Melt Your Face
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Videos
CBS has released an extended trailer for the upcoming Blu-Ray release of Star Trek: The Next Generation. This time, we actually get to see some new footage aside from the recomposited Enterprise they showed in the first trailer. Footage showing off the upgraded effects and image quality is included from all four episodes on the sampler disc; Encounter at Farpoint, Sins of the Father, and The Inner... more.
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