Oh dear, here we go again…
I don’t think anyone will see much of me in June.
Uncover what Harley Quinn has in store in the upcoming Rocksteady Studios-developed “Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition” with the latest trailer for the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment-publishedvideo game.
Newcomers to this Dark Knight adventure can pick up “Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition” beginning May 29 in North America. The game will include on-disc all previously released downloadable content (“Catwoman Pack,” “Nightwing Bundle Pack,” “Robin Bundle Pack,” “Challenge Map Pack” and “Arkham City Skins Pack”), as well as the new “Harley Quinn’s Revenge” content. Fans who already own the original edition of Batman: Arkham City will be able to download “Harley Quinn’s Revenge Pack” beginning May 29 on PlayStation®Network ($9.99) and the Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for Xbox 360 (800 Microsoft Points).
Perhaps the several hundreds of millions of dollars he is about to make will change his mind…. what do you think?
Chloe Moretz was offered the starring role in Kimberly Peirce’s Carrie remake. As we learned in January, Kimberly Peirce is working with MGM to remake the classic high school horror, Carrie and our violent little darling has been asked to fill Sissy Spacek’s shoes in the iconic role. Check out the article from the Washington Post this morning!~
For those lucky enough to be near Cardiff this month…
Final days for Rory and Amy are being filmed now! Get ready for a bumby season 7!
Get your fill of the Doctor this weekend in Los Angeles with the largest gathering of Whovians of the year at the Dr Who Convention!!
Great article stolan from Cinemablend.com… What do you think??
On The Daily Show recently, George Lucas told Jon Stewart that it took him decades to get Red Tails made. He wasn’t exaggerating. Lucas fought tooth and nail to get the historical story of the Tuskegee Airmen made, and the battle seems to have exhausted him. So now that Tails is set to open, what passion project will light Lucas’ fire and get him ready to create once again? Um … well, it’s funny you should ask. Lucas, 67, tells The New York Times that he’s basically going to retire. “I’m moving away from the business, from the company, from all this kind of stuff,” he said, calling Red Tails the last blockbuster project he’ll work on though leaving the door open to a fifth Indiana Jones movie, which has been hinted at by Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford, though both say the ball’s in George’s court. Instead of directing space epics, Lucas will go the route of Francis Ford Coppola, making small and intimate films that pretty much no one will want to see. I’m kidding. Lucas’ THX 1138 is interesting, but if we’re being honest, that came out nearly 41 years ago. Since then, Lucas has directed four of six Star Wars films and produced enough hits to keep 10 generations of Lucas family members in the black. Is Lucas really done with blockbusters? Probably not. As the extensive NY Times feature proves, the man thinks big, and routinely swings for the fences. Sometimes, he misses, as when Indiana Jones crawled into a refrigerator in The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. And on that note, Lucas defiantly states that it was his idea, and even came up with a dossier to prove that Indy indeed would survive a nuking of the fridge. “The odds of surviving that refrigerator — from a lot of scientists — are about 50-50,” Lucas told the Times.And the odds of the director being eviscerated by fanboys for that comment are closer to 100 percent.
Thoughts? Concerns? My only thought here is a very limited shelf life as far as entertainment goes. The movie was great, but it was more than a few years ago now, so will this be a hit, a miss, or just a general “eh”? You decide….
You may think it’s too early, but it’s not! Be sure to do this if you want to attend San Diego ComicCon!
The Comic-Con Member ID registration system is now open to the public!Please carefully read the important information below, then click the red button to the right to be redirected to the Comic-Con Member ID registration system.
Because we hope to improve the efficiency and speed of the EPIC online registration system, we are requiring that anyone who wishes to purchase, apply, or register for Comic-Con badge must sign-up for their own personalized “Comic-Con Member ID”.
A Comic-Con Member ID is free and available to all adult and junior (ages 13 to 17) attendees with a valid and unique e-mail address. Children may not register for a Comic-Con Member ID.
Your Comic-Con Member ID will act as your “login” to the EPIC online registration system during open online registration. Your Comic-Con Member ID will also add you to our verified special member “E-List.” All year-round you’ll get official updates, important registration announcements, access to select presales, and other information about attending Comic-Con affiliated conventions and events. You may also receive e-mails from our registration partners regarding Comic-Con registration and from our hotel reservation partners regarding hotel information for Comic-Con conventions and events.
Everyone who intends to purchase, apply, or register for a Comic-Con badge must sign-up for a Comic-Con Member ID. This includes attendees, volunteers, professionals, trade professionals, and members of the press.
Important Terms and Conditions
By submitting a registration for a Comic-Con Member ID, you are consenting to your personal information being retained by a Third-parties involved in administrative or operational aspects on behalf of Comic-Con. Your details will be saved for future badge sales and you will receive periodic registration and website administration updates from Comic-Con.
Please make sure the email address you provide is one to which you have long term access.
Should you wish to unsubscribe from the Comic-Con Member ID database, please login to your Member ID account and select the “Cancel Member ID” option. Please note unsubscribing will mean you are no longer eligible to purchase, apply, or register for a Comic-Con badge, and will need to re-register should you wish to buy badges in future.
Registration for a Comic-Con Member ID does not reserve or guarantee you a badge. A Comic-Con Member ID is required to login to the Third-party Registration Provider (EPIC) online registration system only, and does not increase your chances of purchasing, applying or registering for a badge. Your chance of buying a badge is not influenced in any way by the number of times you register, or the information you provide during registration. Multiple registrations will be deleted.
You must register for a Comic-Con Member ID in order to be entitled to purchase and register a badge. Also, anyone applying for press, professional, trade professional, or volunteer badges must register for a Comic-Con Member ID before they register for their badge. If Comic-Con determines that you purchased or registered for a badge, but did not register for a Comic-Con Member ID, Comic-Con has the right to cancel your badge and refund any amounts paid at Comic-Con’s sole discretion.
A Comic-Con Member ID has no monetary value. By registering for a Comic-Con Member ID, you agree not to sell or trade your Member ID and further you agree that if you do so, Comic-Con has the right to cancel your Member ID.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there a limited number of Member IDs available?
No, there is no need to rush to sign up for your Member ID! Anyone may register for a Member ID, they will not run out. You will only need to register for a Member ID once. Please note that duplicate e-mail addresses are not allowed, and only one Member ID per person.
How does one sign up to receive an alert when badges go on sale?
Your Comic-Con Member ID will add you to our verified special member “E-List.” All year-round you’ll get official updates, important registration announcements, access to selected presales, and other information about attending Comic-Con affiliated conventions and events.
I still don’t understand – What is the difference between Member IDs, badges, and tickets?
A Comic-Con badge is required for entry to any Comic-Con event. This is the physical badge you will wear at Comic-Con.
Additionally, a Member ID account is required to purchase, apply, or register for a badge for Comic-Con. The Member ID will act as your “login” to the EPIC online registration system when it at a later date. Without a Member ID you will not be able to log on to the EPIC online registration system and purchase a badge, nor complete a press, professional, trade professional or volunteer application.
Comic-Con does not sell “tickets” to our event. After you register for a Member ID and purchase your badge through EPIC online registration, you will receive a barcode confirmation e-mail that you will bring onsite to exchange for a badge.
My wife and I share the same e-mail, why do we each need a unique e-mail address?
By requiring a unique e-mail address for each Member ID, our hope is to increase the speed of the online registration process and prevent duplicate registrations that allow scalpers to purchase multiple tickets and sell them at inflated prices. Our hope is that the Comic-Con Member ID system will allow more fans to purchase tickets for this highly popular event.
Why are you making this so difficult? Will I need to sign up for a Member ID again next year?
We truly thank you for your patience during this process. Our goal with the Member ID system is to increase the efficiency and speed of the EPIC online badge registration system, as well as decrease the number of scalpers purchasing large blocks of tickets. You will only need to sign up for a Comic-Con Member ID once, and it is yours for life! If you wish to purchase a badge for Comic-Con 2013 and beyond, you will use your same Member ID.
How can I get a badge for my child (age 12 and under) if they cannot register for a Member ID?
Children do not need to register for a Member ID to receive a badge. Please refer to your Comic-Con barcode confirmation or click here for details on how to register your child onsite.