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Archive for January, 2012
Even in blackest night or while disguising one’s geeky identity, a comic book fan can now buy, download and read the latest adventures of Green Lantern, Batman or the Amazing Spider-man on an illuminated smartphone screen, iPad or computer monitor.
Chances are, if you’ve seen a science fiction movie recently and been stunned to hear actual science mentioned, you have a scientific advisor to thank. A small cadre of science experts have started lending their expertise to movies like Thor, 2012, Tron Legacy and the upcoming Doctor Strange. Here’s their story, via Popular Mechanics’ David Kushner.
In late 2009, a writer, a producer, a director, and three scientists sat in a Los Angeles conference room. They were discussing Marvel’s Thor — a film based on a comic book that was in turn inspired by the Norse god of thunder — about an arrogant warrior who, at the start of the film, violates a truce by attacking the Frost Giants.
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Attention SMALLVILLE fans who have been patiently waiting for the CW to come to their senses and simply hand over the titular role in their proposed [GREEN] ARROW reboot to heir apparent Justin Hartley: Don’t hold your breath! Or at least that was our main takeaway after getting a glimpse of a just released casting breakdown that mysteriously found its way into our inbox late last night.
What’s more, since we’ve always been a big proponent of the old adage “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em,” we thought rather than continue to bemoan what we can’t control, we’d have a little fun by choosing our dream cast for what sure looks to be shaping up to be a fantastic reboot. See for yourself, after the jump.
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Celebrate Star Wars™: Episode I The Phantom Menace as it Returns to Theatres in Spectacular RealD® 3D with Exclusive Activities and Giveaways at AMC® Theatres | Business Wire
AMC Theatres to host special events and Hasbro giveaways during opening weekend, February 10-12
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The first chapter of the Star Wars Saga arrives in theatres for the first time ever in 3D starting February 10, and AMC theatres across the country are celebrating the occasion with plans to make opening weekend one for fans and families to remember!
To mark the return of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace to theatres, now in immersive 3D, kids, collectors and Star Wars fans of all ages will receive an all-new Hasbro Star Wars Fighter Pod with the purchase of each RealD 3D ticket for Episode I all weekend long, February 10-12, only at AMC theatres (limit one per ticket, while supplies last).
Additionally, 10 AMC theatres in the United States will host exclusive event screenings in RealD 3D to bring the fun of Star Wars in 3D to life for families and fans. Starting Saturday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. local time, select theatres will offer activities, giveaways and interactive experiences. Fans can expect (while supplies last):
Exclusive Anakin Skywalker Podracer 3D glasses with ticket purchase, to truly get into the speed and spectacle of 3D Star Wars on the big screen.
A Hasbro Star Wars FIGHTER PODS collectible toy with RealD 3D ticket purchase
A LEGO® feature area
Darth Maul face-painting; a chance to reveal your inner Sith Lord at long last!
Special character appearances for photo opportunities
Demonstrations of the upcoming Xbox Kinect™ Star Wars™
The 10 participating Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace exclusive event screening theatres are:
Atlanta: AMC Southlake 24; Boston: AMC Loews Liberty Tree Mall 20; Chicago: AMC South Barrington 30; Denver: AMC Highlands Ranch 24; Los Angeles: AMC Tustin 14 at The District; AMC Ontario Mills 30; New York: AMC Empire 25; AMC Garden State 16; Phoenix: AMC Mesa Grand 24; San Francisco: AMC Emeryville Bay Street 16.
The long-gestating adaptation of the cult comic “Elfquest”, which has been in development at Warners for four years, looks to have been dumped.
Rawson Marshall Thurber was previously attached to direct the story of a tribe of elves trying to find others of their kind while avoiding humans and trolls. Comic co-creator Wendy Pini gave the following statement on the titles Facebook page:
“After close to four years of suspense – and longer than four years of your much-appreciated interest and support – the word has come down from Warner Bros. And the word is “no.” Their simple explanation is that they dont want to compete with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. This was a possibility, among several, that we were prepared for. It is a relief, at last, to know.
“Meanwhile another project that began life back in 2008, a CG animated adaptation of Eric Powells “The Goon” comic which David Fincher optioned, looks like it might have died on the vine.
Paul Giamatti and Clancy Brown voiced the characters of Franky and The Goon in a test footage reel in 2010. IFC spoke with Giamatti at Sundance this week and asked him how the film was progressing.
“I have no idea what the hell happened. I asked and no one knows. I guess they just ran out of money” he says. This matches comments from Fincher last year who suggested getting a project like this financed was extremely difficult.
If you love your promo shots, your superhero news factoids and your Marvel heroes, today is heaven for you. So many blue steel looks, so little time so lets gets started.
First up the gossip. A comment by actress Jenny Agutter to Radio Times about misparked trailers has been blown out of proportion to the point that some circles online firmly believe “The Avengers” will have a cameo by Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man. Not true, move on.
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Join the B.P.R.D! The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense needs your help to defend humanity against various occult horrors and paranormal threats.
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Find out if you have what it takes to join an elite team of paranormal investigators combating the forces of darkness from all across the globe. We immerse you in tactical training of all forms, including survival skills in any environment (both earthly and non), martial arts and self-defense specific to praeternatural entities, hand to hand weaponry (we train foam swords, bows and more) and forensic investigation. All these key skills that every agent must have, plus you are steeped in the history of our Bureau and legacy of paranormal research.
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This awesome series of scents is based on the characters, locations, themes, and concepts in the world of Eisner-award winning Mike Mignola’s Hellboy.
Aftershave, candy wrappers, brimstone, and cat.
A classic men’s cologne mixed with the scent of old, yellowed books, a splash of bay rum, and summoning incense.
A soft aquatic musk with kelp and juniper.
A light, feminine vanilla floral perfume and a swirl of smoke and leather.
PLAGUE OF FROGS
Rubbery, wet, and warty.
Shining black leather, gleaming metal, labdanum, and myrrh.
Happy New Year All!
2012 is set to be another BIG year for comic books fans. The next book we are checking out is Locke & Key Volume 1 – Welcome to Lovecraft. Come join us at the end of January to talk about the book and other comic book news going on.
We’ll be trying out a new meeting spot – 4 Color Fantasies comic shop in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. They have comics, graphic novels, action figures, statues, card games, shirts, hats, snacks, drinks and more! It will be a fun place to hang out.
Locke & Key is critically acclaimed, even had a TV show in the works at one point in time (there’s a pilot floating around out there somewhere). From creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez under the IDW Publishing banner. 4 Color Fantasies was able to grab us copies at a decent price – only $15. Send me an email and we can work out getting it shipped/dropped off to you OR stop by 4 Color and pick up a copy.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at the meeting!