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|Monday, August 6th, 2007|
|Friday, July 27th, 2007|
|OMG Sylar is SPOCK!!!!! Those klingons as so fucked!!
J.J. Abrams, who is directing the upcoming Star Trek movie, confirmed the casting of Heroes star Zachary Quinto as a young Spock and surprised the audience with the announcement that original Spock actor Leonard Nimoy would also appear in the film. Abrams made the announcements at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 26.
"I certainly intend to bring my own spin" to the iconic role, Quinto told the audience of more than 6,000. "But it's nice to know [Nimoy's] behind it."
For his part, Nimoy praised both Abrams and Quinto, saying it was "logical" for him to join the project, in which he will reprise his most famous role. He signed off: "Live long and prosper."
Abrams said the movie will go into production in November. "The exciting thing for us, I think, is the ability to take this amazing world that Gene Roddenberry created ... and show [it] in a way that you haven't seen. ... And it's tricky, because this matters so much to so many people, ... and you can't screw it up."
Abrams added that the filmmakers are trying to find a way to include William Shatner, who played the original Capt. James T. Kirk, in the movie. "The truth is, it needs to be worthy of him," Abrams said. "So we're on that."
No one has been cast yet as the young Kirk. Star Trek is slated for release on Christmas 2008
|Thursday, July 26th, 2007|
I like to eat pies with meat in them.
Oh and Sean Sucks
|Thursday, June 21st, 2007|
YAY New Computer.
And bonus it works!!!!
|Monday, June 4th, 2007|
Well i might have enough money this week for my new computer.
Though I might wait until next pay day (I:E another two weeks) so I can get some extra parts.
Oh and I won't be broke for the next 2 weeks.
|Saturday, June 2nd, 2007|
|Battlestar Ending Next Season
The producers of SCI FI Channel's Battlestar Galactica confirmed that the upcoming fourth season will be the show's last. Executive producers Ronald Moore and David Eick said that it was a creative decision to end the acclaimed series with the upcoming 22-episode season.
"This show was always meant to have a beginning, a middle and, finally, an end," Eick and Moore said in a statement on May 31. "Over the course of the last year, the story and the characters have been moving strongly toward that end, and we've decided to listen to those internal voices and conclude the show on our own terms. And while we know our fans will be saddened to know the end is coming, they should brace themselves for a wild ride getting there: We're going out with a bang."
In November, a special two-hour Battlestar episode, "Razor," will air. The fourth season kicks off in early 2008.
At last month's Saturn Awards, Edward James Olmos said that the upcoming season would be the show's last, prompting Eick to say at the time that no decision had been made. "I promise you that when Ron and I make a decision about Galactica's future, we'll let you know," he said then.
I am happy with this.
|Wednesday, May 30th, 2007|
I find it funny how PC the world has become.
We are no longer allowed to say "crazy" in any of our sale signage at work because some person from Mental Health complained it was putting mentally unstable people down. Current Mood: aggravated
|Friday, December 22nd, 2006|
Finally got all my Xmas shopping done.
Now I can relax.
Work has been hell lately with late nights and busy to the point of insanty.
Can't wait until tomorrow night and it is all over.
Though I still have to put up with boxing day and a huge change over at work.
Ah Christmass :P Current Mood: accomplished
|Tuesday, November 28th, 2006|
An advertisement published in the latest issue of Japan's Shonen Jump Magazine announces that a new Naruto television series, titled "Naruto Shippuuden" (Naruto ~ Hurricane Legend) will premier early next year. The new series will return to directly adapting Masashi Kishimoto's original manga. The current Naruto television series has been broadcasting original stories for over a year.
|Monday, November 27th, 2006|
Does any one have my StickMen and ToganNinja???
I know I leant them to some one but I can't remember who :(
|Saturday, November 25th, 2006|
Oh where oh where has little phone gone ??
Oh where oh where?? Current Mood: confused
|Saturday, August 5th, 2006|
|Monday, June 12th, 2006|
According to Ain't It Cool News, New Line Cinema and producers Neal Moritz and Roy Lee have plans to produce, "an extremely Hard R - serious-minded Americanization of BATTLE ROYALE." The project currently has no screenwriter or director attached.
This is going to suck so bad!!! Current Mood: cynical
|Wednesday, June 7th, 2006|
Any one wants some extra money???
We have stock take this friday and saturday night and need some people to help out.
So if you want to work for some money get hold of me.
|Monday, May 29th, 2006|
Ok most people will have no idea what the Drgon Riders of Pern is but it is one of my all time fav book series.
Copy and pasted from Scifi.com :)
Anne McCaffrey's best-selling and long-running SF book series The Dragonriders of Pern will be adapted for the big screen by Canadian production company Copperheart Entertainment, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Copperheart, which was behind the 2005 Oscar-winning animated short Ryan, has optioned the 19-book series, which began with Dragonflight in 1968. The books are best known for having humans ride dragons with which they telepathically bond. With Dragonflight, McCaffrey became the first woman ever to win a Hugo Award for fiction, and she is one of the 2006 inductees into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame.
Copperheart, run by Steve Hoban, also has produced the Imax 3-D movie Cyberworld.
Pern nearly came to TV in a 2001 series for The WB from Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore, but the network pulled the plug on the pilot after Moore refused to make changes to the Pern mythos that he thought would harm its integrity. Current Mood: excited
|Tuesday, May 16th, 2006|
The Sports Hoichi newspaper has reported that Jouji Shimura (Master Keaton, Shin Angyo Onshi, Hanada Shonen Shi) will direct an anime feature film adaptation of Nintendo's game franchise Doubutsu no Mori ("Animal Forest"), known in America as "Animal Crossing." The film is scheduled to open in Japanese theaters this December.
|Tuesday, May 9th, 2006|
The hit online game World of Warcraft is heading to the big screen, as Warner Brothers-based Legendary Pictures has picked up film rights and will develop the project with game publisher Blizzard Entertainment, which is owned by Vivendi, Variety reported.
World of Warcraft, a massively multiplayer online role-playing fantasy game, has more than 6 million subscribers who not only team up to go on quests, but also interact and form deep social relationships, the trade paper reported.
The only other video games that rival World of Warcraft are the Grand Theft Auto and Halo franchises. Universal and Fox are revising a script for Microsoft's Halo movie, with hopes to release it in the summer of 2007, though they may have to push back that date since the movie doesn't even have a director yet. Universal is owned by NBC Universal, which also owns SCIFI.COM.
|Thursday, April 13th, 2006|
Yay no work for over a week ^_^
Any one want to get upto something?? Current Mood: drunk
|Monday, April 3rd, 2006|
Wow weird. Something seems to be missing from my room. Current Mood: shocked
|Wednesday, March 29th, 2006|
Best stargate quote of all time
Teal'c: You have been impregnated with out copulation?
Vala: Yes and I am terrified, has any one heard of this kind of thing happening before??
Mitchell: well there was one.....
Teal'c: Darth Vader!!!!
Vala: Well how did that turn out??
Mitchell:No I was thinking of.......