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ACCORDING TO USA TODAY: FLASH GORDON IS RETRO COOL IN NEW 'ZEITGEIST' SERIES
11/30/11 @ 11:31 am EST
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According to USA Today "Flash Gordon is retro cool in new 'Zeitgeist' series" here’s what they had to say: “A hero with a wide belt and high belts who threw himself into adventures in lush jungles and exotic locales was be good enough to keep most kids of yesteryear enraptured.

“It was the ray gun and the sword, though, that made Eric Trautmann a Flash Gordon acolyte for life.

“‘I think that was it for me, really: a guy with a sword and a ray gun, in a universe where literally anything could happen. That hit me right where I live,’ says Trautmann, the writer of Dynamite Entertainment's new Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist miniseries that teams him with legendary artist Alex Ross and illustrator Daniel Lindro. The first issue debuts in comic shops Wednesday.”

For the full articke, visit USA Today
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COMICPALOOZA: WWE LEGENDS TURN OUT IN TEXAS
05/25/15 @ 5:57 pm EST
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Many wrestling legends were in attendance at the Houston Comicpalooza Con in Houston, Texas this weekend, including Rowdy Roddy Piper, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, Sting, Ted DiBiase, and Ron Simmons. Comic book creator Stan Lee was also in attendance and took a picture with Sting.

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COMICPALOOZA: FANS OUT IN FORCE IN DALLAS
05/25/15 @ 5:49 pm EST
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<div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Comicpalooza bills itself as the largest four pop-culture event in Texas, bringing out fans of movies, TV, music and much more. (KTRK Photo)</span></div><div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Comicpalooza bills itself as the largest four pop-culture event in Texas, bringing out fans of movies, TV, music and much more. (KTRK Photo)</span></div> <div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Comicpalooza bills itself as the largest four pop-culture event in Texas, bringing out fans of movies, TV, music and much more. (KTRK Photo)</span></div><div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Comicpalooza bills itself as the largest four pop-culture event in Texas, bringing out fans of movies, TV, music and much more. (KTRK Photo)</span></div><div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Comicpalooza bills itself as the largest four pop-culture event in Texas, bringing out fans of movies, TV, music and much more. (KTRK Photo)</span></div> <div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Comicpalooza bills itself as the largest four pop-culture event in Texas, bringing out fans of movies, TV, music and much more. (KTRK Photo)</span></div>
DENVER COMIC CON '15: PATRICK WARBURTON SPEAKS
05/25/15 @ 5:36 pm EST
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Saturday afternoon at Denver Comic Con 2015, Patrick Warburton makes an appearance that not even a Freakazoid could miss. Mr. Warburton says he’s “…not exactly a chameleon”, but it is his unique voice that garners fans of all ages because they love his characters and the personality he brings to them.

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Despite playing characters with questionable ethics at times, Patrick talks about his upbringing in a very religious family. His father almost became a monk and his mother was schooled with nuns. Needless to say his parents are not always fond of the characters he plays. He makes a case that his life with his parents could be a sitcom. Any embarrassment he may cause their religious sensibility is visited back on him as he discusses how his mother once tried to convert Jerry Seinfeld.

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In the midst of discussing how he went from being kicked out of Disneyland for misbehaving on the People Mover and doing narration work at the behest of Roy Disney, Patrick takes time to address a fan’s question about his golf charity to Support Saint Jude Children’s Hospital. He confesses he has not played the Skylanders video game for which he voices the pilot named Flynn, but will be getting lessons soon from a child helped by his charity, http://patrickwarburtongolf.com/.

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Patrick has played character for nearly every age, and one character is both a child and adult…sort of. The Tick may have only lasted 9 episodes, but he could soon be coming back thanks to Amazon. Don’t expect the same version of the first Tick series though. Patrick hints at a slightly different “sweet but dangerous” version. The series is all set to go, but his new TV show called “Crowded” may affect the time line to get a new Tick leaping on to the scene. (Source: Bleeding Cool)
COMICPALOOZA: HALEY ATWELL TALKS MARVEL'S AGENT CARTER SEASON 2
05/25/15 @ 5:23 pm EST
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The MCU Exchange recorded the Q&A that took place at Comicpalooza in Houston, Texas on Friday with Marvel’s Agent Carter lead actress Hayley Atwell. The actress said the next time we see Peggy Carter will be in the glamorous and dark world of 1940’s Los Angeles and that the season will be 10 episodes long this time. She also talks about walking over your fears…

Marvel’s Agent Carter will return for a second season on ABC.

See the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vu6sCsV8gY
DENVER COMIC CON '15: SIZZLING SHOTS OF COSPLAY
05/25/15 @ 5:14 pm EST
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‘IT’ LOSES DIRECTOR CARY FUKUNAGA
05/25/15 @ 4:28 pm EST
Source: VarietyNew Line’s feature adaptation of Stephen King’s “It” has lost its director. Cary Fukunaga has dropped out of the project as director, sources confirmed on Monday. The “True Detective” director exited the project this weekend. “It” was set to be split up into two films, and sources say New Line was considering making only one movie due to budget concerns. Fukunaga, however, was adamant about making two pics. They could not agree on a budget, causing Fukunaga to clash with the studio. Production was originally set to move forward this summer, but is now stalled. It was revealed earlier this month that Will Poulter is in talks to play the evil clown Pennywise in the horror. Older actors Mark Rylance and Ben Mendelsohn were also in the mix for the role. Fukunaga came on board to the project in 2012, when it was set up at Warner Bros. before moving to New Line. He penned the screenplay along with Chase Palmer. Niija Kuykendall, Dave Neustadter and Walter Hamada are overseeing the movie Warner Bros. and New Line. Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg are producing through their KatzSmith banner while Dan Lin and Roy Lee are also producing. King’s famous 1986 novel was adapted as a TV miniseries in 1991 starring John Ritter and Tim Curry, though was never tackled as a film because of the massive size of the book. It follows a group of outcast kids who come together over summer break to take on a monster troubling their town, only to face their own personal demons in the process. The Wrap first reported the news of Fukunaga’s exit. | Categories: MIsc | Comments (0) | E-mail Article | Add a Comment


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New Line’s feature adaptation of Stephen King’s “It” has lost its director.

Cary Fukunaga has dropped out of the project as director, sources confirmed on Monday. The “True Detective” director exited the project this weekend.

“It” was set to be split up into two films, and sources say New Line was considering making only one movie due to budget concerns. Fukunaga, however, was adamant about making two pics. They could not agree on a budget, causing Fukunaga to clash with the studio.

Production was originally set to move forward this summer, but is now stalled.

It was revealed earlier this month that Will Poulter is in talks to play the evil clown Pennywise in the horror. Older actors Mark Rylance and Ben Mendelsohn were also in the mix for the role.

Fukunaga came on board to the project in 2012, when it was set up at Warner Bros. before moving to New Line. He penned the screenplay along with Chase Palmer.

Niija Kuykendall, Dave Neustadter and Walter Hamada are overseeing the movie Warner Bros. and New Line. Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg are producing through their KatzSmith banner while Dan Lin and Roy Lee are also producing.

King’s famous 1986 novel was adapted as a TV miniseries in 1991 starring John Ritter and Tim Curry, though was never tackled as a film because of the massive size of the book. It follows a group of outcast kids who come together over summer break to take on a monster troubling their town, only to face their own personal demons in the process.

The Wrap first reported the news of Fukunaga’s exit.
BOX OFFICE: 'TOMORROWLAND' NARROWLY BEATS 'PITCH PERFECT 2' IN DISAPPOINTING DEBUT
05/25/15 @ 4:23 pm EST
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Brad Bird's tentpole Tomorrowland has narrowly pulled ahead of blockbuster Pitch Perfect 2 at the Memorial Day box office with an estimated three-day debut of $32.2 million, putting its four-day domestic launch at a disappointing $40.7 million for powerhouse Disney.

The race won't officially be called until Monday when final estimates are released for the long holiday weekend. Overall, Memorial Day revenue is expected to be down nearly 18 percent from last year, when X-Men: Days of Future Past opened to $90.8 million.

Tomorrowland came in behind expectations in North America, and will need to overcome its so-so B CinemaScore and enjoy strong word of mouth in order to end up in the black, considering the live-action fantasy adventure cost $180 million to produce. Even more problematic, the tentpole was soft overseas, launching to $26.7 million from 65 markets. (In their second weekends, Pitch Perfect 2 and Mad Max: Fury Road beat Tomorrowland's $2.1 million debut in the U.K. with $4.3 million and $2.2 million, respectively).
THE MARVEL CHARACTERS THAT HAVE KILLED THE MOST IN ONE INFOGRAPHIC
05/24/15 @ 3:15 am EST
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Some of the heroes of the Marvel universe have a lot of blood on their hands.A recently-released infographic put together by the folks over at the UK-based Morph Costimes ranks a number of Marvel characters by their body counts. It features characters both heroic and villainous, as well-known as Iron Man and obscure as Vulcan. While some of the characters on the list are no surprise, there are a few listed that you wouldn't expect—and since some of their most notable victims are mentioned, mild spoiler warning if you plan on diving into Marvel comics in the near future. Either way, try not to feel too bad about all the people these characters killed. In the superhero comics, dead people usually get better.


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BATKID BEGINS OFFICIAL TRAILER
05/24/15 @ 2:57 am EST
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So often when we turn on the news, we see horrific images portraying the worst of mankind’s nature. But one night in the middle of November 2013 the news covered a story about folks coming together for a good reason… to make a little boys dream come true. Now the story of how San Francisco was turned into Gotham City for a day will hit the theaters.

One child. One wish. Millions touched. Who would have thought a 5-year-old boy who fought leukemia would transform a city and a nation for a day? No one. Not his family. Not his friends. Not the thousands of volunteers who came from near and far to help make his wish come true. But it did.Batkid Begins is a documentary that takes you back to November 15th, 2013, the day San Francisco turned into Gotham City and more than a billion people took to social media to cheer on Miles Scott as he became Batkid and fought villains like the Joker and the Riddler.

Batkid Begins opens in select theaters June 26th.

Click here to see the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3GTEvS75-M
VALIANT UNVEILS NEW COVER PROCESS WITH BOOK OF DEATH #1
05/23/15 @ 9:53 pm EST
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Valiant will be unveiling a new deluxe ultra-coated cover process this July with Book Of Death #1.

The process is said to feature alternating matte and varnish finished on heavyweight cover stock. So retailers can get an idea of what these covers are like, the publisher will be sending out sample printings of Book Of Death #1 with the deluxe ultra-coated covers (can we get an acronym or knickname for this) before June 22nd, the books final order cut-off date.

For fans to get a look at Valiant’s new summer event, there will be Inside the Book of Death, a six-page preview running in the Valiant titles shipping in June.

Book of Death #1 is written by Robert Venditti and drawn by Robert Gill and Doug Braithwaite

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