5 items from 2011
Welcome to the December Fan Art roundup, the third entry in our series of monthly write-ups showcasing fan art relating to the work of Christopher Nolan. Each month we comb through the fan art submissions on our Forums and our Tumblr page, then we collect the half-dozen or so pieces that are getting the most feedback to share them here in these roundups. So what does this month’s roundup include? For starters, we have some beautiful Inception and The Dark Knight Rises inspired 2D digital art, then a ton of brilliant The Dark Knight Rises posters, and topping it off, a funny sweded version of The Dark Knight Rises trailer.
Designer Chaz Russo created one »
Announcing their first time in 13 years, Portishead will be touring the states and the territories north and south thereof. Kicking it off on October 1st in Asbury Park, New Jersey at the All Tomorrow's Parties presentation, the tour will run for just a month and end in Denver. The talent lineup for the tour includes the regulars Beth Gibbons, Geoff Barrow and Adrian Utley along with Jim Barr (bass), Clive Deamer (drums), and John Baggott (keyboards).
If you move fast, you can take advantage of a first-run sale on tickets open from today through Thursday by heading over here. We've included the full list of dates and venues below.
- Lex Walker
Whew! We made it through the lean days of programming between the end of May sweeps and the beginning of the Summer Season. We’ve now had the recent premieres of Falling Skies (TNT Sundays at 10/9c), Teen Wolf (MTV Mondays at 10/9c), The Nine Lives of Chloe King (ABC Family Tuesdays at 9/8c), Hollywood Treasure (Syfy Wednesdays at 9 and 9:30/8 and 8:30c), and Outcasts (BBC America Saturdays at 10/9c). This week, it’s Futurama returning for a 13-week stint on Comedy Central Thursdays at 10pm.
Here’s the press release – make sure to check out the guest stars list:
All-new Episodes Begin Thursday, June 23 At 10:00 P.M. Emmy® Award-Winning Animated Comedy Series Premieres 13 New Episodes
Episode Previews, Exclusive »
- Erin Willard
With the Tribeca Film Festival celebrating its 10th anniversary next week, the latest indieWIRE at Hulu Docs--iW's curation of Hulu's Documentaries page--looks back at some notable documentaries that screened at the festival. Screening at Tribeca in 2008 as part of the sports-themed Espn sidebar festival, "Kicking It" from director Susan Koch (and co-director Jeff Werner) follows men from around the globe as they head to Cape Town, South Africa to »
If you're in the Los Angeles vicinity and you love movies, there's not a lot of valid excuses for missing out on some killer double-features at the New Beverly Cinema, particularly considering they're being programmed by brilliant Brit Edgar Wright. As he did several years ago, Wright (with special guests Tba) is putting several of his favorite movies on the big screen this month, beginning January 14th. Kicking it off with his own Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim, the »
- Dave Davis
5 items from 2011
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