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Archive for February 2008

Is Diablo Cody the next Mira Sorvino?

February 25, 2008

Y’know how every year there’s certain awards at the Oscars where you scratch your head?  (More than usual when it come to how the academy votes.) That nominee that didn’t quite fit and then they actually get the statue? (And then within a few years the best that comes from them is a guest star […]


February 20, 2008

Sony’s BLU-RAY has emerged the victor in the DVD format wars. What’s that you say? You, the consumer didn’t have any real say so? That’s because sales were sluggish on both BLU-RAY and HD-DVD. Most consumers have already been through this before with video tape, and even if they haven’t, they’ve certainly been warned in […]

WANTED won’t feel the love this Summer…

February 15, 2008

I’m rather suprised that this film got pushed back to an early summer release. Perhaps the thinking is that this will capitalize on the other comic-oriented films following it. However, if you’re familiar with the book it is based on then the trailer alone will make you cringe. All of the Super-Hero aspect of it […]

If the WGA Strike is over, but there’s nothing to watch, would you notice…

February 14, 2008

The writers are back at work, but the season is almost over. Do they all just work extra long on next season, or do they coast until the potential SAG strike is over? The only place anyone is really likely to notice is late night talk TV. Other than that, most of the shows I […]

Stop George Lucas…

February 6, 2008

Dude, you have more money than God. Do you have to finish destorying whatever’s left of Star War’s legacy by doing a TV show? You got lucky with Cartoon Network’s Clone Wars. Considering the track record of the last couple of movies, I’m not holding my breath that a live-action series will be great.

All Your Base (Toys) Belong to Us!

February 4, 2008

Is there any other movie tie-in toys that you can think of that probably shouldn’t have been produced?

New Marketing Gimick for Warner Bros.!

February 3, 2008

As I mentioned before; the untimely death of Heath Ledger has left Warner Bros. in a bit of a quandry as to their marketing strategy on The Dark Knight. (It was very Joker-centric if haven’t been paying attention.) Here’s my ready made solution. No need to thank me WB.