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Narnia Menu: “Mrs. Beaver’s Leftover Fry”

“Mrs. Beaver’s Leftover Fry” by Astrid Tuttle Winegar The four Pevensie children share a few hours with the Beavers in their snug little home on top of a well-managed dam (“Merely a trifle!”). There’s beer, bread, and butter, “hams and strings of onions hanging from the roof,” and Peter and Mr. Beaver manage to catch some fish. You know from ...

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Putting a Ring on Star Wars

Putting a Ring on Star Wars by Dom Nardi In the DVD documentary “The Beginning: Making Episode I,” George Lucas famously described the relationship between the Original Trilogy and the Prequel Trilogy as “like poetry. Every stanza kind of rhymes with the last one.” In the audio commentary to The Phantom Menace, he adds, “You just take a concept and ...

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The Lonely Mountain Band Releases, “Stand by the Grey Stone”

Lonely Mountain Band have released a new single entitled, “Stand by the Grey Stone”, inspired by the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. This new song, recorded & released approximately around Durin’s Day, 2015, blends LMB’s signature “folk fantasy” style with a classic folk rock sound. The story of the song revolves around a minstrel reflecting on some of the elements and ...

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Help Write Legendarium’s Viking Novel!

Congratulations to Andrew Boynton for winning the Chapter One submission for the Legendarium Media Viking novel, based on the life and adventures of Leif Eriksson! And a special thank you to Katymarie Frost for another excellent submission full of drama and heart. Writing is now open until November 19th for Chapter Two, so come join the fun as we continue ...

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First Images of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”!

IT’S the Wizarding World like we’ve never seen it! The new issue of Entertainment Weekly has released the first images ever of the upcoming Harry Potter prequel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them! 8 new magical and stunning images of Eddie Redmayne as magizoologist Newt Scamander are featured, giving us a glimpse not only into Newt’s character, but also the American Ministry of ...

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Warcraft 3D Epic Adventure Poster and Details Released

The long awaited live action movie for the globally successful game, World of Warcraft, has a NEW poster and details! From Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures comes Warcraft, an epic adventure of world-colliding conflict based on Blizzard Entertainment’s global phenomenon. The peaceful realm of Azeroth stands on the brink of war as its civilization faces a fearsome race of invaders: ...

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Legendarium RECAP: Supernatural, Arrow and The Originals

Legendarium RECAP: Supernatural, Arrow and The Originals by Diane Riggins Supernatural This episode was about the Impala better known as Baby. Sam and Dean discover a new monster. The monster is a cross between a Ghoul and vampire. Young John Winchester makes an appearance and visits Sam in a dream. Is it really John or someone using him as a ...

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“Outlawed Faith”: The Sci-Fi Western Series

From The Forge Studio and One Eyed Horse comes this Sci-Fi western adventure, Outlawed Faith. “In a dystopian universe, on a dead end back water world, an orphaned boy and his sister, a mystic Seer, try to escape from the sway of their megalomaniac uncle by seeking out the help of a reformed gunslinger. Young Jonah’s faith carries him and ...

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Narnia Menu: “The Great and Gloriously Sticky Marmalade Roll”

“The Great and Gloriously Sticky Marmalade Roll” by Astrid Tuttle Winegar After Edmund had his treacherous encounter with the White Witch and returned through the wardrobe, all four children eventually end up returning to Narnia. They meet up with the Beavers. Mr. Beaver and Peter catch some fish; Mrs. Beaver boils up some potatoes. My next post will take care ...

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Star Wars as a Globalized Myth

Star Wars as a Globalized Myth by Dom Nardi The overwhelming reaction to the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, which was released on October 19, has prompted me to think more carefully about the role of Star Wars in pop culture. People clearly responded to the trailer on a deeper emotional level than simply excitement for the latest ...

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