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Jessica Jones, 'Tron: Legacy' Reactions, And The Spider-Man Musical In Today's Twitter Report

17 December 2010 10:40 AM, PST | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

Brian Michael Bendis has had a big day, but just in case you were wondering whether the Jessica Jones TV news or his reunion with Mark Bagley in "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" was more important to him, he clarified his perspective over Twitter.

Spider-Man showed up in other headlines today thanks to his Broadway musical's latest delay. NPR listeners may appreciate Lea Hernandez' thoughts on the matter. They've been retweeted below along with a handful of new "Tron: Legacy" evaluations. Find out if you still want see it after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for December 17, 2010.

@theDivaLea @mtvsplashpage you know, the Spider-Man musical has everything it needs to open as a production of Fiasco frm This American Life.

-Lea Hernandez, Writer/Artist ("Rumble Girls," "Killer Princesses")

@edgarwright Start these rumours: I will direct sequels to Hawk The Slayer, Krull, The Black Hole and The Last Starfighter. »

- Brian Warmoth

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Liveblogging "Brothers & Sisters": "Rhapsody of the Flesh"

14 November 2010 10:10 PM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Luc's mother visits and meddles in everyone's life. And someone's having tons of sex in the restaurant. Could it be Kevin and Scotty? Probably not! Join us for the fun starting at 10Pm Est.

We open with another terrifying scene as a horrifying zombie drags a girl into a storeroom and starts eating her face. This is some sick sh .... oh wait, this isn't The Walking Dead (which is on right now on AMC), it's Brothers & Sisters ... and that's just Justin macking on some girl named Kimberly.

As they grope each other next to the vat of pickle chips and the box of urinal cakes, Scotty comes in and sees them, quickly says sorry, and closes the door. He and Justin then have a very loud and awkward conversation about the "lunch rush." Justin mentions needing olives and trying to "get some," which raises Scotty's decibel level two-fold (because the »

- snicks

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[Nycc First Look] ‘Your Highness’ Promises Feudal Fun & Medieval Mayhem

9 October 2010 9:31 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

One of the most anticipated panels at New York Comic-Con this year was for Your Highness, the newest film from Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green, starring Danny McBride, James Franco, Natalie Portman and Justin Theroux. The panel and trailer both lived up to expectations, and if the latter was any indication, we have a great action/comedy to look forward to this spring.

The panel consisted of director Green and stars Franco, McBride and Theroux, and was moderated by Tom McCarthy, best known for directing The Station Agent and The Visitor. Some of the details that we learned from comments by the people involved with the film include:

It’s heavily inspired by films like Krull (referenced briefly in Green’s Pineapple Express), Conan the Barbarian, Hawk the Slayer and various other fantasy films of the 80’s. This is not a parody. Gordon Green said the more serious they pushed things, »

- Nick Newman

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HeyUGuys IMDb250 Project – Week 20

7 June 2010 11:00 PM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

The IMDb250. A list of the top 250 films as ranked by the users of the biggest movie Internet site on the web. It is based upon the ratings provided by the users of The Internet Movie Database, which number into the millions. As such, it’s a perfect representation of the opinions of the movie masses, and arguably the most comprehensive ranking system on the Internet.

It’s because of this that we at HeyUGuys (and in this case, we, is myself and Barry) have decided to set ourselves a project. To watch and review all 250 movies on the list! We’ve frozen the list as of 1st January this year. It’s not as simple as it sounds, as we’ll be watching them in one year, 125 each.

Week 20, 100 films down 150 to go. One of my favorite weeks of film viewing was week 20 as I finally got round to »

- Gary Phillips

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Remembering Gary Gygax—Our Way

3 March 2010 11:19 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

With today marking the second anniversary of the passing of Dungeons & Dragons creator Gary Gygax (he even sounds like some kind of hard as nails dwarf with an axe, doesn’t he?), JustPressPlay takes this moment to look back at a couple of the… less traditionally good examples of the sword-and-sorcery genre. In tribute to Gary we proudly dissect a pair of so-bad-they’re-brilliant fantasy films, that might not be were it not for the dreams two guys, a basement, and a small sack of ridiculously large dice.

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Hawk The Slayer (1980)

Overtly Melodramatic Synopsis:

“Darkness stalks the land”—and apparently so does cheap Germanic font text for exposition, as we find Hawk, a fabled warrior with all the square jawed enthusiasm of a math teacher herded into the school play, gathering a band of warriors to rescue the local Abbes from the clutches of his evil brother, Lord Voltan!

Oh Yeah, »

- Neil Pedley

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Remembering Gary Gygax—Our Way

3 March 2010 11:19 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

With today marking the second anniversary of the passing of Dungeons & Dragons creator Gary Gygax (he even sounds like some kind of hard as nails dwarf with an axe, doesn’t he?), JustPressPlay takes this moment to look back at a couple of the… less traditionally good examples of the sword-and-sorcery genre. In tribute to Gary we proudly dissect a pair of so-bad-they’re-brilliant fantasy films, that might not be were it not for the dreams two guys, a basement, and a small sack of ridiculously large dice.

• • •

Hawk The Slayer (1980)

Overtly Melodramatic Synopsis:

“Darkness stalks the land”—and apparently so does cheap Germanic font text for exposition, as we find Hawk, a fabled warrior with all the square jawed enthusiasm of a math teacher herded into the school play, gathering a band of warriors to rescue the local Abbes from the clutches of his evil brother, Lord Voltan!

Oh Yeah, »

- Neil Pedley

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