Fringe will finally be back on its new night this Friday, and the action between the two worlds is expected to heat up as Walternate looks to destroy OUR reality. To celebrate the show’s return, we take a look at one of the best things about the show—the wild differences between the two worlds.
Blastr has some of their favorites, along with the episodes in which we first found out about them. Read the story here
This summer there will be more Marvel superheroes on the big screen than ever before! The hype machine has already begun for Thor and Captain America and today it started for X-Men: First Class. The official teaser poster was unveiled as well as images of Magneto, Xavier, Banshee, Mystique, Beast, Havok, Sebastian Shaw, and Emma Frost. Are you X-cited?
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Via EW.com – Warner Bros. announced via press release this morning that director Christopher Nolan has cast Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle in his third and final Batman opus The Dark Knight Rises. For those who don’t know their Batman lore, Selina Kyle is Catwoman’s alter-ego, although curiously, the press release makes no mention of the word “Catwoman.” And in something of a surprise, Nolan also announced today that his Inception actor Tom Hardy will play the villain Bane, a more recent addition to Batman’s storied rogues gallery. Thoughts?
For the toy collector and kids at heart out there BBC Worldwide announces a major new deal with Character Options, which will see Doctor Who enter the construction toy market for the first time, should be fun to see if these are available in the US and Canada. They almost seem like a continuation of the Time Squad figures that came out two years ago. Thoughts?
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As anyone who’s ready J.K. Rowling’s last Harry Potter novel knows, there is lots of death as the story of the Boy Who Lived comes to a close. And one of those memorable demises has been tampered with for the climactic film—with the author’s blessing.
Again, a big SPOILER ALERT is in full effect, so don’t click here if you’d like to remain unsullied.
When Joss Whedon isn’t writing and directing television shows and movies (like Buffy the Vampire Slayer), writing comic books (like Astonishing X-Men), guest directing and guest starring in TV shows (like Veronica Mars), and probably fighting crime at night dressed as a bat (like a crazy homeless guy), there are a dozen other projects he could be doing.
But there are only so many hours in the day. And although we’d love to be wrong about this, we may have to accept the fact that there are projects that Joss has begun to develop that will never see completion.
See the list Blastr came up with here