On this week’s episode of the GeekScholars Movie News podcast, the hosts debut a brand new segment called ‘Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down’, where they debate the pro and cons of some of the past week’s biggest headlines including:
- The news that six new Star Wars movies are coming—one a year starting in 2015
- Robert Downey, Jr. may retire from Iron Man soon
- The Walking Dead’s Michael Rooker joins Guardians of the Galaxy
- Jamie Foxx’s Electro will be the neon blue Ultimate version in The Amazing Spider-Man 2
- Stanley Tucci has joined Transformers 4
- Pitch Perfect 2 is coming in 2015
- Fast and Furious 7 is coming in 2014
- Weird Science will get an R-rated remake in 2015
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All kinds of fun things on this week’s show including our March 2013 Preview, an Oscar 2013 Recap, Megan Fox playing April O’Neil and more! Hit the jump for more details or hit play to listen in! [click to continue…]
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Purchase includes Industrial Light & Magic and Skywalker Sound. Watch the official announcement above.
Star Wars was the subject of big announcements by Dark Horse Comics today at the New York Comic-Con. Five new Star Wars series will deal with everything from the earliest days of the Jedi in Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi, to a blood call for vengeance following the death of Bobba Fett in Star Wars: Blood Ties – Bobba Fett Is Dead! There will also be a Darth Vader adventure – Star Wars: Death Vader and the Ghost Prison; a series, Star Wars: Knights of the Republic – War, that details a war between the Republic and the Mandalorians, and a new Knights Errant series – Star Wars: Knights Errant – Escape.
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And when I say unleashed, I mean unleashed! The nine-disc blu-ray Star Wars release will include so many extras that it’s hard to know where to begin, but as a fan of the audio commentary, I say let’s start with two commentaries for each film – one by George Lucas and a handful of select cast and crew; the other put together from archival interviews with cast and crew.
Then, in addition to previously seen features, each trilogy gets a disc of never before seen deleted scenes, extended scenes and much, much more – and the final disc includes three brand new documentaries.
For complete details, check out the full press release following the jump.
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