Remember to watch the new Cosmos...tonight! Now being hosted by everyone's favorite physicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson
Musings is back this week with a whole bevy of topics to dissect and enjoy. This week on the show we discuss whether guys can be considered to be brunette, Russia, Canadian Laws, Harold Ramis, the fact that we can't send Bieber home, Rob Ford, a possible new Matrix trilogy, Zack Snyder's a 12 year old boy, the insanity of Terry Gilliam, Johnny Depp's weird sex life, the Oscars, Tetris as a diet plan, Harmontown, and Transformers!
The next Sin City movie has released its first trailer today....which can be seen below!
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For is the follow up to the 2005 movie based off the Frank Miller comic book of the same name.
Like the first movie, the sequel is directed by Robert Rodriguez and stars and ensemble cast including: Eva Green, Rosario Dawson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Josh Brolin, and Juno Temple.
The movie is scheduled to be released on August 22.
NBC is going hard and heavy in its attempt to reclaim its former glory. Today, The Hollywood Reporter announced that NBC has added to the cast of the new fall pilot, Constantine, based on the DC/Vertigo comics character.
Lucy Griffiths will be playing Liv who is described as an "offbeat young lady who finds herself teamed with Constantine after she is marked for death by a powerful demon"
Harold Perrineau, who many remember from his time screaming "WALT!" on LOST, will play Manny. Manny is described as an "authoritative angel assigned to watch over Constantine. He has the power to step into other people's bodies, and although only meant to observe, Manny will not hesitate to help out if he can save a life."
Rounding out today's announcement is Charles Halford playing John Constantine's oldest friend, Chas.
These three join Matt Ryan who has been cast in the title role.
Constantine was created by Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer.
And in "Did The Last One Make Money? Then They'll Make Another One" news, there is a new trailer for the fourth Transformers movie
Transformers 4: Age of Extinction opens on June 27, 2014 and stars Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Sophia Miles, Kelsey Grammer, and the immortal Peter Cullen. In this iteration of the series, the Autobots are pitted against the evil Dinobots....or something.
I make fun, but lets face it, I'll probably go see it.
Thoughts? Sound off!
For this segment in the Musings of Comic Con series, I thought I’d explore the area just outside of the Convention Center. It’s away from the con itself, but just as important to the overall Comic-Con experience…today we discuss The Gaslamp Quarter.
Warner Bros television has announced the addition of two more stars to their already crowded cast of Gotham.
Today's announcement gives us the actors who will be playing a young Bruce Wayne and a young Selina Kyle...the kids who will grow up to be Batman and Catwoman
David Mazouz, recently seen in Touch, has been cast as the young scion of Gotham's famous family with newcomer Camren Bicondova rounding out the news as a teenage Selina Kyle.
These young actors join Ben McKenzie as James Gordon, Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, Sean Pertree as Alfred Pennyworth, and Jada Pinkett Smith as Fish Mooney.
Gotham is a prequel to the traditional Batman story, focusing on a young James Gordon as he navigates the corruption that is Gotham City and its police department.
So what does everyone think of the new casting? Is the difference in age an issue? Does our Catwoman bring back memories of Michelle Pfeiffer? Sound off!
WB Games, via Game Informer, announced today that the newest (and final) title in the Batman Arkham Asylum series will be titled Batman: Arkham Knight. The new game, to be released exclusively on the next gen consoles, will be developed by the original creators of the games, Rocksteady Studios
From what we are hearing, this game will include a driveable Batmobile and a much larger area than in Arkham City. We have also read that the main villain will be Scarecrow (which harkens back to clues found in a secret area of Gotham Harbor in Arkham City) with appearances by Two-Face, Harley Quinn, and Penguin.
While on its surface this sounds like GTA:Batman, this could be the ending that this series deserves. Also, with Harley being involved, will we see a return of the Joker as well?
What do you think of the announcement today? Let us know!
This week on the Arkham Social Hour, the gang gets into a meandering array of stuff. They discuss: Why Gwen is behind in school, Brandon's failure to live up to imaginary expectations, the hilarity of the Lincoln assassination, two microgames: Hey, That's My Fish and Love Letter (which Gwen hated with the passion of 1000 suns), time and religion, parachuting, Gwen's trip to Vegas, Sam Raimi, and Farmer's commercials!
For the first entry into the Musings of a Geek San Diego Comic Con tip blog posts, I thought I'd take a deeper look at the one thing that I don't often hear about when people talk about the event, the San Diego Convention Center. For purposes of this article, I'm also going to include the Hyatt and Marriott spaces as well (cause how odd would it be to just talk about the center itself and ignore the other convention spaces?)