The Hobbit is moving out of New Zealand to Australia. Or to London. Or maybe it isn’t after all. We don’t know and we’re not sure that Peter Jackson knows either. But one thing Jackson does know—and now WE know—is who’ll be starring in the long-delayed movie.
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In brightest day and in darkest night, there’s some pretty awesome design work that’s come into our sight—because on a recent visit to the New Orleans set of the upcoming Green Lantern movie, up next from Casino Royale director Martin Campbell, CBR was given a look at the design work of the planet Oa, the base of the interstellar police force known as the Green Lantern Corps.
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It sucks that we can’t see that pivotal Sarah Jane Adventures story “Death of the Doctor” in North America next week, but while we wait for the Christmas Special to give us our much needed Doctor Who fix until the series returns in 2011, how about having a look at the filming of the opening two-parter?
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Digital Spy has our first peek at Cars 2, the upcoming sequel to the 2006 movie by PIXAR, I’m not huge on cartoon sequels (with Toy Story 3 being the exception), It should be interesting to see how it goes, from the looks of the drawings, it looks like Lightning McQueen is on a race around the world. I’ll keep an open mind on this, I have yet to be disappointed by PIXAR yet. Thoughts?
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The world’s supposed to end in 2012, right? After all, that’s what the Mayans told us. (Wasn’t it?) Heck, that’s what Roland Emmerich told us. But it turns out we’ve all gotten it wrong.
According to the new book Calendars and Years II: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World, we should stop believing that doomsday will come in 2012 because that’s when the Mayan calendar ends, since scientists didn’t convert the Mayan calendar into the modern calendar correctly and could be off by as much as 50 to 100 years.
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