by Todd Brown, source: Twitch.com
When writing about the forward movement on Marvel’s big screen adaptation of Doctor Strange we commented that things were going to get weird with the Marvel slate of feature films soon. With the slate of available big marquee titles dwindling the film division is having to dig deeper into the catalog for some of their lesser known titles and the Cosmic side of the Marvel Universe will soon be present on the big screen in a big way.
Marvel’s Kevin Feige is a big fan of this aspect of the company’s library and was a big proponent of moving forward with Doctor Strange. So what comes next on that front? How about a big screen version of Guardians Of The Galaxy?
Originally created in 1969 and resurrected in 2008, Guardians of the Galaxy that begins as a far-future story revolving around a group of alien beings – each the last of their kind – who eventually travel back in time to protect the earth from alien invasion. Feige first raised the possibility of a Guardians Of The Galaxy feature in an interview with MTV in June of 2010 but it appears they have now decided to move ahead with the project as sources tell Twitch the film version is now in active development. Expect the on-screen Marvel universe to get a bit bigger soon.
Welcome to another episode of the Earth Station One Podcast. This week we get on our spurs and don our Stetsons ride off into the sunset to fight the scourge of the universe when we review “Cowboys vs Aliens”, and since we were on the genre we are going to do a round table discussion on our 3 favorite movies with Aliens in them. But wait that’s not all, we also take a peek at the 4rd episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day. Also this week we will be starting the countdown to Dragon*Con and talking to some of the fine folks involved creating such a grand event. This week we have sitting in with us Caro McCully the director of the Brit Track of Dragon*Con
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: – Mom this fuzzy Alien followed me home and ate the dog. Can we keep it? PLEASE!!!!
By Kathie Huddleston, Source: Blastr.com
The CW has decided they want more Supernatural and Nikita. The network has brought the episode order for both series from 22 to 23 episodes for the new fall season. Two additional episodes of Gossip Girl and 90210 have also been ordered for their seasons, bringing their orders up from 22 to 24.
The returning fall show left out of the episode expansion is The Vampire Diaries, due to that show’s extensive post-production requirements. It’s also likely The CW isn’t looking to further exhaust co-showrunner Kevin Williamson, who also is behind the network’s new witchy series, The Secret Circle.
Supernatural is heading into its seventh season, while Nikita will be in its second year. Both series premiere Friday, Sept. 23, with Nikita at 8 p.m. ET and Supernatural at 9.
Apparently adding additional episodes to the four shows is a piece of the plan by new CW president Mark Pedowitz to limit the number of reruns during the season. Pedowitz has also started to build up his mid-season orders.
Does more Supernatural and Nikita put you in a happy place?