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The Legacy of Gilligan's Island.

CNN has a really nice article on the passing of Russell Johnson, who we all know and love as The Professor from Gilligan’s Island. Our modern nerd culture of chain watching seasons/series of a show and shipping cast and characters was born of the marvelous, campy shows from the 1960s and 70s. Shows like Gilligan’s Island. The plot is formulaic ...

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Kevin Sorbo is Here to SAVE THE HUMANS in “SURVIVOR”

Kevin Sorbo is here to SAVE THE HUMANS in “SURVIVOR” “Survivor” is an action-packed sci-fi adventure, featuring spaceships, flesh-eating mutants, wormholes, laser guns and Hercules himself, Kevin Sorbo. From the official press release: Arrowstorm Entertainment is nearing completion on their first sci-fi adventure film starring Hercules and Andromeda star Kevin Sorbo in SURVIVOR. Arrowstorm has turned to the popular crowd ...

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The Hobbit: "How it Should Have Ended"

From HISHE, comes their latest video “How The Desolation of Smaug Should Have Ended” “A Hobbit, Some Dwarves, and a Wizard walk into a mountain… well not the wizard he likes to bail on everyone at a time where him staying would make the quest much simpler … also there’s a dragon that nobody seems to want to prepare for ...

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SINDARIN DREAMS: PURSUING ELVISH

SINDARIN DREAMS: PURSUING ELVISH by Elizabeth “Bellamira” Wahba As some of you may know I am involved in lessons of Sindarin Elvish with dreamingfifi. Every week I learn a new chapter in Sindarin grammar and syntax, and have done so off and on for a couple of years. Recently I have started approaching the ‘a-ha!’ point of learning Sindarin, and ...

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Star Wars Rumor Roundup #1!

Let’s face it: the closer we get to the release of Episode VII the more rumors we’re going to bombarded with, both plausible and outlandish. Let’s start this installment of the Rumor Roundup with something that just makes you go “WTF?!” Bleeding Cool reports that one of the new characters in Episode VII will be a “mixed race or black” ...

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Worthington and Saldana Confirmed for Avatar Sequels

Honestly, this shouldn’t surprise anyone. Avatar remains the biggest grossing film in history, so why would the main actors not want to return to the franchise? The Hollywood Reporter and The Verge both confirm this, along with news that Stephen Lang will reprise his role as Colonel Quaritch. But wait, didn’t he die in the first movie? Well, that’s what ...

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The Rangers Webseries Welcomes Wolf J. Sherrill to the Cast

Wolf J. Sherrill of “Rise of the Fellowship” joins the cast of the new action fantasy web series, “The Rangers” which is currently in development. The web series is about a special force of soldiers, known as Rangers, who were founded long ago by King Aenarion to guard and watch the borders of the Kingdom of Olaran. Each web based ...

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Cate Blanchett WINS Best Actress at Golden Globes

Congratulations to Cate, Galadriel, Blanchett for her Golden Globe win! Cate Blanchett, (Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit), has taken home the Golden Globe for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama” Nominated for her role in Blue Jasmine, Blanchett was up against such heavy weights as Sandra Bullock, Judi Dench, Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet. ...

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"Her": A Review

“Her”: A Review by Shaunta Grimes Spike Jonez wrote, directed, and produced a romantic comedy about a man and his computer’s operating system. In a near future where men dress like the dad from My Three Sons on causal Friday, Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) is desperately lonely and sad at the dissolution of his marriage to his childhood sweetheart (Rooney ...

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Star Wars Expanded Universe To Become Canon…Sort Of

Not even two weeks into the new year and Disney/Marvel isn’t wasting time with more Star Wars news! Disney recently announced that the Star Wars comics license will be going back to Marvel after more than two decades at Dark Horse. With Disney purchasing Marvel back in 2009, the move was an inevitable decision that many were counting down to ...

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