The latest episode of your favorite weekly geek podcast is here! The Geek Book Club discussion of The Martian, a fun trivia game about a movie character that you think always dies…BUT DOESN’T…and a detailed conversation about Ant-Man is all yours for the listening right this very second! Or you can jump after the break to find out more.
For those like me who loved the action and mythology teased in John Wick (what ARE those coins), you might be excited to here some news from the directors!
Continue reading John Wick Franchise Status
Ever wondered what a Tim Burton Superman movie starring Nic Cage would look like? It almost happened… and now we’ll know why it didn’t!
Continue reading What If Nic Cage Had Played Superman? @TDOSLWH
Before I started writing endless Secret Wars posts for Gabbing Geek, I used to work on and write for a site called the Hollywood Stock Brokerage & Resource (HSBR, no “&”, I don’t care what you say). It was a (the best) Hollywood Stock Exchange (HSX) fansite. While the site has unfortunately closed it’s doors, I still interact with most of the group on a daily basis. Gabbing Geek founding member Ryan “don’t call me hose311” Garcia was also a contributor to HSBR and foolishly recruited me here.
rambling writing about Superman: Earth One, I mentioned that around the turn of the new millennium I wrote an article that Rising Stars by Earth One writer J. Michael Straczynski would make a great movie. While I pulled that observation out of the Impossible memory vaults, I wondered what else I had written in said article, and if any of them had come to pass.
So let’s hop in the Delorean, look into the Pensieve, travel naked back in time courtesy of Skynet and revisit and update that post.
Everyone thinks the time capsule that was first buried in 1795 in Boston and later discovered, then reburied, in 1855 is just an innocent look at some random historical artifacts. They couldn’t be more wrong.