By Krystal Clark, Source: Blastr;
Don’t let War Horse fool you—Steven Spielberg hasn’t forgotten his sci-fi roots. Once he wraps production on his Lincoln biopic, his sights are set on Robopocalypse!
Robopocalypse will be a sci-fi flick based on the best-selling novel by Daniel H. Wilson. Like most futuristic films, it will center on technology that wears out its welcome
Spielberg recently told Time Out London (via The Playlist), “It’s a movie about a global war between man and machine. I had a great time creating the future on Minority Report, and it’s a future that is coming true faster than any of us thought it would.” He added that “it’ll be another future we can relate to.” Continue reading
By Albert Ching, Newsarama Staff Writer
DC’s “The New 52″ revamp is scheduled to grow by six series in May, USA Today reported Thursday morning.
The six new monthly titles include the return of the Grant Morrison-written Batman Incorporated, along with Earth 2, World’s Finest, Dial H, G.I. Combat and The Ravagers. According to the USA Today piece, Batman Incorporated will be Morrison finishing “his six-year run of Dark Knight stories,” so it appears to be what was previously titled “Batman: Leviathan,” as DC called it as recently as last month. Continue reading
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This week ESO breaks through dimensional barriers to team up with other podcasters to talk about our favorite crossovers in film, TV, comics, and literature in an adventure we just had to call Crossovers – Crisis Of Infinite Podcasters.
Worlds will live. Worlds will die. Podcasters will talk about stuff.
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: The Crisis of Infinite Podcasters
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Tagged Bobby Nash, Crossovers, Darren Nowell, Earth Station One Episode 94, Mike Faber, Mike Gordon