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With all the 90's love at the moment I'd love to see Joss Whedon return to Buffy. It just seems it has to happen. And no offense to Marvel but I am so glad he's finished with that for now.
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Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Thanks to the Internet there's no need for us to be surprised next year when Game of Thrones comes back thanks to all the "spotted on set____" news. I think I know of three characters, seemingly dead all now back and alive.
JohnLocke2342 at 10:43 AM Aug 27

Ugh. It's a double edged sword and it really sucks sometimes. One one hand you can get all the information you'll ever want (though we have no idea if Kit is just coming back for his funeral scene like Charles Dance did) but on the other you run the risk of knowing everything that's ever happened.

It makes it harder and harder for films to shoot on location which not only ruins the quality but forces them into the confinements of a soundstage in order to avoid leaked photos.

Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Woke up to see Christopher Guest has a new movie on the way has made my day. Mascots will hit Netflix next year. Looking forward to this.
Glinda at 10:38 AM Aug 27

This is great news! Thanks for posting, I just looked it up and I'm really excited for this. Happy to see Chris O'Dowd join the cast, although bummed that Michael Mckean, Catherine O'harra and especially Eugene Levy and his writing skills won't be returning. Lots of fun regulars will be though so it'll be great. I love the story being set around a mascot competition, lol.

Anakin at 10:41 AM Aug 27

I read that the MIA members could just be late signing on as it's still very early days so I wouldn't count out O'harra and Levy just yet.

Glinda at 02:28 PM Aug 27

Oh cool that's great to know. We can keep our fingers crossed because that would be awesome.

Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

A lot of sites are reporting on the reveal for The Force Awakens toys next week but I already saw a full catalogue of the toys revealed on Collider over the weekend? Was Collider the only site that showed off the toys?
Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I liked Battle of the Five Armies. It was not as good as the first two films in the trilogy but it was good.
grelber37 at 02:39 PM Aug 26

I agree completely. Battle of the Five Armies was not a serious let-down. Sometimes, adventure movies can have a great many ideas in them. Other times, they need to more have great battles and spectacle. Heck, even the Harry Potter movies led to a great battle royale.

Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I enjoyed John Wick but it felt like a one and done movie. Not sure they'd capture that feel again with a sequel. You never know though...
Cochise at 10:22 AM Aug 25

yeah I the plot doesn't really lend itself to a sequel at all but hey, I'm down for more Keanu kicking ass so let's do it!

Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Saw It Follows. Well made but I didn't care for the ending. At all. Horrid. Kind of ruined the film for me. I enjoyed Sinister 2. Not perfect but a lot better than those reviews are making it out to be.
WalkAway at 04:39 PM Aug 24

I can see how the ending would be off-putting for some people for sure.

YoshioKun13 at 12:26 AM Aug 25

I think somebody may have spoiled the ending by posting a photo into a FB group I follow...

Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

The Force Awakens currently stands at around 2 hours long. Perfect. Lean. Rather that than some bloated slog.
Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Anyone see The Mexican? I went to see this at the cinema waay back in '01. It's alright if memory serves. Just on TV now. Holding up pretty good.
Beauski at 05:52 PM Aug 15

Yeah man, loved it and remember loving Gandolfini's part.

Glinda at 07:56 PM Aug 15

I really liked it too.

Cochise at 08:04 PM Aug 15

I always wanted to see it for Gandolfini

Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Rogue One. Dark and gritty cast shot.
Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I miss those 90's style opening credits for shows. Like Buffy, Baywatch, Dawsons Creek and X-Files. You know with like the cast roll calls.
Glinda at 02:28 PM Aug 15

I miss those too.

Anakin at 04:28 PM Aug 15

@Dr Jan-itor It's not mate. It was. If it comes back on I'll let you know.

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Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I was going to say the Rogue One cast seems really small. haha. But I guess Disney will reveal the full cast this weekend. It's filming now isn't it? Unless it's like a really small character study like The Disappearance of Alive Creed but set in the Star Wars universe.
Anakin updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Young Han Solo. Jack O' Connell. I think Disney are very aware of who he is. Wouldn't surprise me in the least if it comes out he's got the role.
Anakin at 11:14 AM Aug 14

Funnily enough everyone we've mentioned may be too old! Sounds like they want late teens/early 20's. I have no idea who could do it. I don't care that much either to be honest but it's fun having a mini rant/guess games. haha.

JohnLocke2342 at 11:19 AM Aug 14

I mean if that's the case I'll take O'Connell any day over some random 18/19 year old kid. Come onnnn haha, a late teen Han Solo?! I don't want this turning into The Hunger Games of the Star Wars universe. Ugh..

Anakin at 11:21 AM Aug 14

As ever it just depends who they get. What a waste of a movie ahaha. Just no need for it.

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Anakin updated his STATUS: 2 months ago

I've been playing through Tomb Raider II this past week and yep I needed a guide for those ship wreck stages. How anyone could do this game without a guide I have no idea. It's solid.
JohnLocke2342 at 11:26 AM Aug 13

I always think back to The World is Not Enough for N64 and that final submarine mission. You had to swim from one end of the sub to the other in under 2 minutes before you died from a loss of breath.. and it was dark, confusing and full of multiple dead ends. There was literally no way I would've ever beaten it without the game guide or Nintendo Power issue to help me. AND THAT WAS BEFORE THE INTERNET SO I WAS COMPLETELY FUCKED.

Anakin at 11:32 AM Aug 13

I know. Back in the day...if you didn't have a guide you got free with a magazine or some hints in the actual mag it was just a case of going around and around for hours. I never played World Is Not Enough on N64 but I did love Goldeneye.

Anakin updated his STATUS: 2 months ago

Yeah I'm just avoiding the Star Wars stuff.
Anakin at 11:30 AM Aug 13

Haha. Thanks. I was curious. Very cool! I'm just saying this now. If Leia doesn't have a lightsaber battle then it's one BIG missed opportunity.

JohnLocke2342 at 11:30 AM Aug 13

This is completely spoiler-free in every sense and I think you'd be interested in reading it:

Kasdan, who went on from his early Star Wars years to write and direct 1983’s The Big Chill, 1988’s The Accidental Tourist, and 1991’s Grand Canyon, among others, says he didn’t join on to the prequels in the late ‘90s because he was no longer intrigued by the galaxy. But he couldn't resist revisiting older characters.

“I thought, ‘Wow, okay, these people have lived — they’re in a different place in their lives, Han and Leia and so on. They’ve lived the same 30 years I have. What would that be like? How would you see things differently?’” Kasdan says. “And I was trying to figure out how I saw things differently, and one of the surprises is that you don’t learn all that much. You haven’t become much wiser than you were, and things are not clearer to you, and the world is just as confusing as it always was — and that’s a kind of lovely thing to get to write about again. Age does not necessarily bring wisdom; it just brings experience.”

His process of devising the story with Abrams was a literal marathon writing session. The pair would walk. “We were walking miles and miles,” Kasdan said. With a handheld recorder going, they mapped out the galaxy. Eventually, they walked far enough to find what they were looking for.

But soon, they’ll be giving it back. “The truth is, I am the temporary captain of this ship that George built,” Abrams says.

When Abrams is finished relaunching the Star Wars universe, it will fall into the hands of Rian Johnson, the writer-director of the 2012 time-travel crime saga Looper and the 2005 high-school noir Brick. Johnson has signed on to write and direct Episode VIII, set to hit theaters in May 2017, but when Abrams is asked about the odds he’ll return to the trilogy later, he’s unwavering. “No, I’m not going to direct Episode IX, as much as I am deeply envious of anyone who gets to work with this group of people on the future movies,” he says.

The story arcs he and Kasdan mapped out will be picked up by Johnson, so Abrams will find himself becoming sort of like ghost Obi-Wan Kenobi in Empire and Jedi — a presence, an influence, but not part of the action. He likes that. “It’s a thrill to see [Johnson] take things and elevate them beyond what we had imagined at the time,” Abrams says.

Kennedy says the trilogy story has been approximated, but is ever-evolving. “We know where we’re going, but only in the broadest sense,” she says. “When Rian came in and started writing his script, he started from scratch, other than knowing what we had done in Episode VII and projecting out where it was going. He then sat down and put pen to paper, and it’s 100 percent him.”

For now, there’s still Episode VII to finish, and its release is just over four months away. Not a long, long time at all. “I’m still editing and we’re working on refining the cut, but it’s incredibly fun to see the movie come together. You go through, and you realize certain things that you don’t need, certain things that you can pull out,” Abrams says.

How does he know when he’s finished, when the quest is complete? “I will let you know when we get there,” Abrams says.

Anakin at 11:40 AM Aug 13

Hey yeah that was really interesting. I just want the film to come out next week instead of at Christmas. It still feels like forever away mate.

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Anakin updated his STATUS: 2 months ago

Friday The 13th on the CW? Haha. Okay then.
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