Disney has finally released a trailer for their much talked about A Wrinkle in Time adaptation. Click below to check it out and hear some of our thoughts. Full disclosure I never really liked the book.
This week we continue to roll out all the wonderful trailer goodies that SDCC has bestowed upon us, with reactions of course! Warner Brothers seems to have learned from their SuperBatman & Friends debacle of a few years ago and actually released their SDCC trailer for Justice League to the masses, check it out below.
You read that right, ThinkGeek and Her Universe have teamed up to create a Star Wars clothing line that is office appropriate. The perfect way to geek out at the office. Click below to check it out.
Thanks to everyone who joined in on last Monday night’s show, live on Facebook and BOTH on Our Instagram account @allgeektomeradio AND Cate’s cosplay page @Starbuck_Cosplay . The full show is now available on our Facebook page, we’ve included the link to the show and a bunch of bonus links, just because we love you so.
Who doesn’t love a good Superhero? Back in the 90’s there was a very interesting animated cartoon superhero known as The Tick. The Tick, and his nebbishie sidekick Arthur (who was voiced by both Rob Paulsen AND Micky Dolenz).
The show, which was based of a comic series with the same name, was about an invulnerable, somewhat dim, superhero who protects The City from all manner of evil-doers, and it ran for three seasons.
In 2001 The Tick got a live action show, also airing on FOX, for one nine episode season, Starring Patrick Warburton as the titular character.
Now, Amazon Prime has decided revive the show, witha brand new live action series. The New series, starring Peter Serafinowicz as The Tick and Griffin Newman as Arthur released it’s pilot last summer, and now have finally released a trail for the upcoming 1st season.
It’s no secret that the Big Time Studio Execs like to pray on people’s nostalgia. Sometimes it works in their favor, (Star Wars: The Force Awakes) and sometimes it fails miserably (Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, or the abomination that was the Jem & The Holograms movie). Hollywood’s newest offering is a new edition to the Jumanji franchise, which actually wasn’t a franchise, just a stand alone film, but there was money to made, so franchise it is. Click below to check out the first official trailer.
Opening weekend Cate and I went down to our fave NYC theatre (reclining seats yay) and took in DC’s latest offering to the Holy Trinity, Wonder Woman. I do not exaggerate when I say this film was DECADES in the making. For some reason The Powers That Be just didn’t believe a female led superhero movie could make money. After all Hollywood is first and foremost a business, and making money is the primary goal. Toss in the fact that this installment of Wonder Woman had a Female director, something not usually heard of for a big budget movie, let alone a big budget action movie, and there was A LOT riding on the success of this movie.