May 23, 2013

Nerd News: Doctor Who's series 8, The Great Catsby, Xbox One and more

Vol. 4, Issue 19

Hey guys! Happy Thursday. The Mister and I went to a Dave Matthews Band show last night—I gave Colt the tickets for his birthday back in March—so I'm kind of beat, but I am super excited to be going to see Fast and Furious 6 tonight. May has been an excellent month for movies!

Speaking of movies, in movie news:

Here are a few trailers and clips:

Anchorman 2


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Europa Report


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The Lone Ranger


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Man of Steel


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Pacific Rim


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R.I.P.D.


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The Wolverine


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The World's End


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These cookies are totally right up my alley. Also—J.J. Abrams should make this a real thing.

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Accurate. (Thanks, Rachel!)

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I would like to own the first of these fan-made Star Trek Into Darkness posters. #becausebenedict

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Patton Oswalt's Parks and Rec filibuster has been animated.


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I haven't seen The Great Gatsby yet, but I'm sure this version would be equally entertaining.


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In TV news:

Here are a few (CW) promos:

The Originals


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Reign


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Star-Crossed


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The Tomorrow People


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What a great Toph.

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In Webseries news:

TOO MUCH ADORBS.

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Target is selling some seriously cool superhero nightlights.

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In comic and book news:

It's been a while since I posted some good minimalist/vector art. (Still love it!)

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In SCIENCE! and tech news, from the Mister:

I found some things, too:

These posters are pretty dang cool.

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In gaming news, from TGG:

This fan-made Sherlock video is absolutely brilliant. (And seems a little too realistic.)



And finally, there's this. (Definitely check out the entirety of the celebrities in classic art project; it's so worth your time.)

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2 comments:

  1. Love those Ninja Turtle posters! And really kind of 'meh' with the Xbox One stuff D,:

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  2. I love that first Star Trek Into Darkness poster, and also the TMNT posters!!


    I think the Xbox One looks like an evolved/modern NES.

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