Mr 9.8

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    TOTAL NEWBIE

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    Institute for Ethical Violence.

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  1. It won't be a true Christmas miracle till he pays, but for the time being, SOLD!
  2. http://comicbook.com/2015/11/24/fantastic-four-gets-an-honest-trailer/ Fantastic Four Gets An Honest Trailer
  3. Fantastic Four Sequel Removed From Fox's Release Schedule http://comicbook.com/2015/11/24/fantastic-four-sequel-removed-from-foxs-release-schedule/ So... another reboot or is this family finally going home
  4. YES!!!! Neill Blomkamp’s Alien 5 To Feature Hicks & Grown-Up Newt http://screenrant.com/alien-5-michael-biehn-hicks-adult-newt/?utm_source=SR-FB-P&utm_medium=Social-Distribution&utm_campaign=SR-FB-P
  5. Wanted to wish congrats to a fellow boardie who will soon be showing off my *ahem* his new tick books real soon.
  6. Haven't seen that yet, but have heard great things.
  7. Why don't they just send them to cgc in the first place?
  8. Gawd forbid another comic crash happens then those books really become worthless.
  9. Ed Wood is my favorite movie by him. Also liked his earlier films much better! Ed Wood is a masterpiece in my opinion. The interaction between Wood and Lugosi especially was both touching and tragic which I felt brought a lot of emotional heft to the film. So at least between 1989 and 1994 Tim Burton did two films that were enjoyable. My favorites directed by Tim Burton: 1988 - Beetlejuice 1989 - Batman 1994 - Ed Wood 1996 - Mars Attacks! 1999 - Sleepy Hollow Mars Attacks! Sadly a very under appreciated classic.
  10. Ed Wood is my favorite movie by him. Also liked his earlier films much better! Ed Wood is a masterpiece in my opinion. The interaction between Wood and Lugosi especially was both touching and tragic which I felt brought a lot of emotional heft to the film.
  11. Sometimes a creator has to step aside too, if not then... "forced" if things aren't working as well as promised. Would have we got a that wonderful Star Trek trilogy during the early-to-mid 80's if Paramount didn't oust Gene Roddenbery after The Motion Picture disappointed due to it's budget? "The needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the one" Truth is, we probably would have got another thoughtful space movie in '82 and that would have been it for the franchise It would have been worse if you can believe it. The original draft for STAR TREK II by Roddenbery had the Enterprise crew going back in time to (NO JOKE) assassinate JFK! YES you read that right. The story went (and I'm going by memory) The Klingons go back in time to alter earths future by saving Kennedy, setting a series of events that turn earths future for the worse (how was never clear) and kirk and crew now have to go back in time and undo the 'damage' caused by the Klingons.
  12. http://www.cinemablend.com/new/George-Lucas-Finally-Reveals-Why-He-Broke-Up-With-Star-Wars-95347.html George Lucas Finally Reveals Why He Broke Up With Star Wars When Disney first announced the return of the Star Wars saga, it was originally reported that the new films would be based on stories written by the franchise creator George Lucas. Then it turned out that was not the case. When Disney decided to go in a different direction Lucas apparently decided to divorce himself from the project entirely. The reason for the shift seems to be a fundamental difference in the way each party looked at the story. Disney wanted to make a space opera, while Lucas wanted to make a soap opera. Alright raise your hands, how many here wanted a space opera and who wanted a soap opera?
  13. Once again, it's back on. http://peeltheorange.net/2015/11/21/reboot-of-the-crow-confirmed-to-begin-shooting-in-2016/