For years, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has spent years in developmental purgatory waiting for a director that wouldn’t walk right back out of the revolving door. While this please the Austin purists, many zombie fans were and are excited to see it finally get made. With the addition of some top names to the cast and crew, it is sure to make some waves when it hits the theater February 19, 2016.
For Downton Abbey fans who are also Marvel fans, this is super cool news we have here. Stan Lee, our generalissimo, is partnering with Carnival Films (producers of acclaimed series Downton Abbey) for a ten episode series called Lucky Man. Apparently, Stan Lee has had the idea for this series for a while and his company POW! Entertainment is going to collaborate with Carnival on the project.
You can listen to the most recent episode of our show, (Episode 76: Classic Cast: Jem & The Holograms – Truly Outrageous?) HERE, in archives. OR now we are on iTunes, so you can now download us directly on to your listening device of choice! This week we start our Classic Cast Journey with an 80’s classic: Jem and the Holograms! EM has been a fan since she was bitty and Cate is just now discovering the wonder that is this toy selling vehicle. We talk old Jem vs new, as well as a bit of a decent into other 80’s/90’s children’s television. So come Join in on the nostalgia!
Below you can find links to some of the things we talked about:
Marvel has their finger on the pulse of the fandom and, apparently, now they have a needle in their hand. We girls have wonderful places like We Love Fine and Her Universe to get our geek fashion on, but what are the men left with? Unisex t-shirts and, if they are lucky enough to have a sewer in the life or have the money to burn, the get something one-of-a-kind. Well, seems Marvel heard you, men! You’re getting your own fashion line!
A little over two weeks ago, we joyously spouted the good news that Alan Tudyk and friends were holding an indiegogo campaign to raise funds to create webseries called Con-Man. You can read all about it here. Well if you needed further proof that great minds think alike, today EM stumbled upon the Indiegogo campaign for Kings of Con, the brain child of Supernatural cast members, Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr. Click below for more.
Yesterday, IDW dropped Issue #1 of their new “revamped” Jem & The Holograms. Click below to hear the verdict.