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Comic Book Review – Red One #2

28 April 2015 11:05 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Zeb Larson reviews Red One #2…

The U.S.S.R.’s top agent, Vera Yelnikov, is working undercover in 1977 Los Angeles as Alabama Jones, a.k.a. Red One, America’s greatest hero! Red One takes on her fiercest foe yet, the fascist serial killer The Carpenter, in a funky superhero romp by Terry & Rachel Dodson (Uncanny X-Men, Wonder Woman, Spider- Man, Harley Quinn) and Xavier Dorison (Long John Silver, The Third Testament).

Well, after just two issues, Red One is going hiatus for 2015. This whole first arc comes off feeling very odd with limited characterization or even action, and the issues that were a problem for this book before are still a problem. I will be avoiding any spoilers in this review, so read on without concern.

Vera goes to work going after the Carpenter’s supporters, whom she easily proves to be more than a match for. She »

- Zeb Larson

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Robert Rietti obituary

24 April 2015 9:05 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Actor best known for his voice, who dubbed in a number of James Bond films

As a film and television actor, Robert Rietti, who has died aged 92, was best known for his voice. Although he made occasional on-screen appearances, as in John Schlesinger’s Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971) and the ITV series The Avengers, his regular work came from dubbing the dialogue of actors whose command of English was limited or who could not make the final stages of recording a soundtrack.

After the actor Robert Shaw died in 1978, Rietti was called to dub his voice in parts of three movies for which Shaw had not completed the recording. After a diagnosis of cancer compelled the removal of Jack Hawkins’s larynx in 1966, Rietti provided the spoken words for some of his films. In Treasure Island (1972), he revoiced every word spoken by Orson Welles as Long John Silver.

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- Michael Freedland

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The Flash-arrow Spin-Off Taps Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill for Rip Hunter

31 March 2015 9:46 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Here’s more news from the still-unnamed The Flash-Arrow spin-off, which will feature a gaggle of super heroes that somehow (Somehow!) have not yet been involved in the already over-stuffed DC universe. Deadline reports that Arthur Darvill, the young British actor who many may know from his recent work on Doctor Who, is set to portray time-traveling lumberjack-type Rip Hunter in the series, which will be helmed by Arrow creators Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Marc Guggenheim. Of course, its unclear if the Hunter of this narrative will be the bearded juggernaut that appears in the DC pages, or if his costume will be anything like the gloriously ridiculous red-and-green suit that the time explorer dons in the comics. [caption id="attachment_364528" align="alignright" width="348"] Image via The CW[/caption] The announcement of Darvill’s inclusion in the show comes on the heels of Ciara Renée being cast as Hawkgirl. Both of these characters »

- Chris Cabin

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Comic Book Review – Red One #1

17 March 2015 11:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Zeb Larson reviews Red One #1…

What happens when America’s greatest hero…is a Russian Spy? Soviet Agent Vera Yelnikov is sent to 1977 Los Angeles by the Kremlin to become an American Superhero and spread communist values in the land of Uncle Sam in a funky superhero romp straight out of a Tarantino film by Terry & Rachel Dodson (Uncanny X-Men, Wonder Woman, Spider- Man, Harley Quinn) and Xavier Dorison (Long John Silver, The Third Testament).

Red One is a new comic with an interesting premise but a somewhat off-key debut, largely due to some odd characterizations and the weird way the author handles the Cold War dynamic. With some more character development, this book could make for an interesting read.

It’s 1977, and the fragile détente between the United States and the Soviet Union is unraveling. Vera Yelnikov is one of the Ussr’s best operatives, and she’s being »

- Zeb Larson

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Actor Rod Taylor of The Birds, The Time Machine Dies at 84

8 January 2015 7:19 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

People.com is reporting that actor Rod Taylor died Wednesday at the age of 84 of natural causes.

His daughter Felicia Taylor, a former CNN correspondent, confirmed the news Thursday.

“My dad loved his work. Being an actor was his passion – calling it an honorable art and something he couldn’t live without,” she said in a statement.

“He once said, ‘I am a poor student sitting at the feet of giants, yearning for their wisdom and begging for lessons that might one day make me a complete artist,” she continued, “ ‘so that if all goes well, I may one day sit beside them.”

Born on Jan 11, 1930 in Sydney, Australia, Rod Taylor is best remembered for his starring roles in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963) and George Pal’s The Time Machine (1960). He also provided the voice of Pongo in Disney’s 101 Dalmatians (1961). Taylor also starred in TV’s “The Twilight Zone »

- Movie Geeks

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Arthur Darvill on Broadchurch: 'Actors aren't allowed to see any of it'

5 January 2015 2:52 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Arthur Darvill has said that none of the Broadchurch cast have been allowed to watch the upcoming second series ahead of broadcast.

The actor, who reprises his role as Reverend Paul Coates in the crime drama, revealed on Good Morning Britain that secrecy surrounding the series is so important that the actors have not been able to see the new episodes in full.

"I haven't seen it. None of us have seen it. We're not allowed to see any of it," he said. "I've seen little bits of it for doing Adr, but not a whole episode. From the little tiny nuggets I've seen it looks amazing.

"There's so many of us in it that we all concentrate on our own little bits, so I can't wait to see everyone else in it."

David Tennant on Broadchurch series two: 'A very different type of story'

Jodie Whittaker talks Broadchurch: »

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