March 20, 2014

Nerd News: Age of Ultron concept art, Big Bang evidence, Hiddles sings and more

Vol. 5, Issue 10

Hi friends! Another week, another batch of news of the nerdy variety. What’s happened lately?

In movie news:

Here are some trailers and clips:

The Amazing Spider-Man 2


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Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier


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The Giver


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Someone on the Internet has turned it black and white, which looks so much better and is much more in-keeping with the book.

Godzilla


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Maleficent


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The Maze Runner


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Peanuts


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And here’s a short companion film to The Grand Budapest Hotel:


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I believe I posted about the "connection" between Watchmen and Frozen (thanks, Wes) before, but here's a graphic to go along with it.

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Mondo released this Tom Whalen Frozen poster earlier this week. (The Mister and I tried to get it for our niece, but, sadly, no dice.)

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Mondo is also holding a gallery show of art by Martin Ansin and Kevin Tong.

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Some days, I just can't with this guy. (Thanks, Amanda!)


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In TV news:

Here are a couple of teasers:

Fargo


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Game of Thrones


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And here is an amusing look back at how Game of Thrones came to be.


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I hope these Game of Thrones "Beautiful Death" posters by Robert Ball aren't spoilery—I'm a bit lost as to who's died in what version (TV vs. book)—because they sure are pretty.

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Don't we all?

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In misc. news:


I love Skottie Young's art so much, and this variant cover for the upcoming Hulk #1 is wonderful.

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Here's a great illustration of various X-Men costumes throughout the years by Rogan Josh:

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Amanda Visell's wooden action figures are the best.

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In SCIENCE!, tech and anthropology news, from the Mister:

I found some items, too:

These Star Wars spray-can packages by Phil Postma are fun:

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Skeletor just wants to help you get through the day.

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Billy Dee Williams can get down.


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So can Christopher Walken, apparently.


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In gaming news, from TGG:

And finally:


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P.S.—Teen TV Madness has entered the semi-final rounds, and we got featured in an article on mental_floss!

6 comments:

  1. Yay Incredibles 2!! Incredibles is certainly one of the best Disney/Pixar movies out there, so I hope they do it justice in the sequel.
    The Giver intrigues me greatly, mainly becuase of the fact that both Meryl Streep and Jeff Bridges are in it. I remember loving the book when I first read it in 5th grade, and I have read it again but it was years ago and the detail are fuzzy.
    Ascension sounds intriguing; I think the hubs will certainly want to check it out.
    If you haven't seen American Horror Story I highly recommend it, though I LOVE horror. But this is the first time I've seen a show that crams in every horror movie cliche, but totally makes it work. Plus, stellar casting.
    AHHH SAILOR MOON!!!
    Gorgeous GoT posters.
    I really hope Doctor Who Legos come to be.

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  2. I am super excited for The Incredibles 2. I, too, love the first one.

    I haven't read The Giver in a while, but this post over at FYA makes me think there are a lot of differences between the book and the movie.


    AHS is on Netflix, yes? I'll have to add it to my queue.

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  3. Oh, god. I had no idea Hiddlesticks would be singing in The Pirate Fairy, too! *swoon*swoon*dead*

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