Earth Station One Episode 67 – Coming To You from the Darkest Corner of Cardiff, we bring you Torchwood

Coming To You from the Darkest Corner of Cardiff, we bring you TorchwoodWelcome to yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast, this week ESO returns to the dark corners of Cardiff, and we join Captain Jack Harkness and the rest of the Torchwood gang and take a peek at Torchwood Series 2 and Children of Earth.

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: – Coming To You from the Darkest Corner of Cardiff, we bring you Torchwood

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:05:06 ESO Rants and Raves – Vampires, X-men First Class, Super 8, Farewell to the Space Shuttle
0:39:18 Torchwood
1;37:08 Mike’s Kahn Report
1:42:53 ESO Shout Outs
1:48:19 Show Close

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A wonderful guide to 11 Oz films you may be seeing in theaters soon

Here comes more OZ, a lot moreBy Jeff Spry, Blastr.com

Fairy tale fever seems to have struck Hollywood, with all signs pointing to the hallowed green halls of the Emerald City. Oz has suddenly become the premiere destination for a battalion of producers, directors and studios stampeding to stake their claim for the next lucrative franchise from the lands of children’s literature.

An avalanche of sequels, prequels and just plain freaky distortions of the original material looms just over the rainbow, including live action, CGI, stop-motion animation, classically adapted, steampunk renditions, dark takes and contemporary visitations. Nothing is sacred in the magical land of Oz anymore.

Warner Brothers just won a copyright infringement case on Oz-related merchandise that could give them the upper hand as these icons return to the screen. The ruling states that filmmakers who wish to create a new version of a literary work—even one in public domain—must be careful not to use copyrightable elements of characters that first appeared in protected motion picture versions of the works, meaning screenwriters and directors will have to craft their characters carefully without trading on previous renderings. Easier said than done, Dorothy.

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