That was quick. News just broke the other day about the casting of Brittany Ishibashi in the role of Karai in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 and now we’ve got on set pictures in full costume of Karai and her father Shredder, played by Brian Tee, who replaced Tohoru Masamune in the role. (more…)
You could see how badly Channing Tatum wanted to play Gambit back when he first started talking about wanting the role. Now that he’s got the studio behind him and a script in hand, you’d think the production would be moving forward faster than a humming-bird flaps its wings. You’d be wrong. It seems that Tatum and the studio can’t lock down a director. (more…)
After the headaches from battling the cyber-crowds for registration to San Diego Comic-Con, then surviving the absolute debacle known as Hotel-Apocalypse, and finally snagging your parking pass from those lovely people over at ACE Parking, we have finally reached that magical time of year when SDCC announcements start dropping like new Tupac albums after he “died”. With a little over a month left until hundreds of thousands of out-of-towners descend upon the streets of San Diego as they make their way to Geek Mecca, the first Hall H panel has been revealed, thanks to BBC. If you are a fan of Doctor Who (and how could you not be??), it looks like you will want to be one of the thousands sitting in Hall H on Thursday, July 9.
Franchises are the bread and butter for Hollywood these days, which is why the development of something like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is seen as an incredibly cynical move on the part of a studio. This spin-off of the wizarding world of Harry Potter could be seen as the most egregious example of lack of Hollywood imagination, trying to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear by further expanding a 7-part book series that’s already been made into 8 movies. (Eight highly profitable movies, that is.) On the other hand, Harry Potter’s was such a vividly realized world, and though Harry’s story is over, it feels like their was so much left unexplored. Combined with the involvement of Potter creator J.K. Rowling, there’s lots of room to hope that Fantastic Beasts might be good after all. But who will search out these creatures? We now have some ideas. (more…)
Before Marvel’s Daredevil got made into a stupendous series on Netflix, the character had always been ripe for Television. Particularly, as a 90’s courtroom drama. You have character fighting against injustice by day as a lawyer, and by night as the superhero Daredevil, “The Man Without Fear”. How does that not sound like the best Law and Order spin-off ever?
Seems I’m not the only one to think so. Some guy went and made a mashup combining Daredevil with the opening credits of two other popular crime dramas; Nightcourt and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. (more…)
You’re going to learn a few things if you go see San Andreas, one of the summer’s biggest entries into the ever-dwindling “Non-Superhero, Non-Disney, Non-Remake/Sequel, Non-YA” category. Allow me to outline them for you, in no particular order. (more…)
Bad Robot alumni Chris Pine is rumored to be circling one of Warner Brothers most anticipated DC films, Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot. The DC Cinematic Universe has just barely gotten off the ground, so this could be a great move for Pine to establish himself in the cornerstone role of Steve Trevor! More info after the jump! (more…)
The Hollywood Reporter is sharing that British actress, and all around fanboy favorite Tilda Swinton is in talks to join the cast of Marvel’s Dr. Strange alongside countryman Benedict Cumberbach. Could this be the strange-magic needed to ensure box office and cult-classic success? We here at Nerd Bastards are going out on a limb and saying hell yes. Lets review the facts, shall we? (more…)