We have seen so many great videos from The Muppets that it’s about time the Sesame Street puppets also do a cool video. So without further ado, I give you “Sure Shot:”
I need to preface this review with the statement that out of all the Marvel superhero comic book characters, Captain America has always been one of my favorites. Why? Because I love a superhero whose true strength does not come from super powers, but from within. The super powers are merely an added bonus.
Thanks to Comic-Con 2011, we have a new trailer for Part Two of Season 6 of Doctor Who. Ironically, the series begins again on August 27th. Why is that ironic? Because that’s the day I have a ticket to see David Tennant and Catherine Tate in London in “Much Ado About Nothing.”
I’m not normally excited about video game movies, because let’s face it – they usually suck. However, when you’ve got a game that has great characters and an even better story, you want to see it make the transition to the big screen. And thanks to Legendary Pictures and Bioware, the Mass Effect movie has begun production.
Although The Dark Tower project is officially dead in the water (much to my relief), there is still some Stephen King headed to television. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bag of Bones is being adapted for television by the A&E Network into a four-part mini-series.
Hugo Award finalist John Picacio has just released images from his upcoming A Song of Ice and Fire calendar. The bad news is that this calendar is currently only going to be available at Comic Con (so if you’re there, snatch one up!). The good news is that the artwork is simply stunning. Check it out:
It’s here! A brand shiny new trailer for the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises. Don’t be surprised not to see a lot here, though. Just enough to whet your appetite for more:
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