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Sherlock and Watson

Will Sherlock be on the Big Screen?

Really? Is Moffat joshing us? In Entertainment Weekly, someone actually asked Moffat if he wanted to make “Sherlock” into an actual big screen movie. The argument was it made since, because Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch are, after all, big screen actors. Moffat teased “we don’t want to rule anything out.” From Inside the Box pointed out the obvious: each episode is 90 minutes, they’re full length movies as it is. Playing devil’s advocate, they did offer up suggestions that getting the OK for a…

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feminist Joseph Gordon-Levitt

How do we love feminist Joseph Gordon-Levitt? Let us count the ways…

Just kidding, we’d be here all day if we did that. Child actor gone right, feminist Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been with many of us since the beginning of our fandoms. Most notably he began with us as a supporting actor on the hit show 3rd Rock from the Sun in the 90’s (in fact, every time I hear ‘3rd Rock,’ that’s the first show that comes to mind). You might also remember him from his early movie days with Heath Ledger and Julie Stiles in…

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Yoda Episode 7 News

I couldn’t resist anymore: Episode VII news, it is

Ever since Star Wars Episode VII was announced, I have been avidly avoiding anything regarding updates. Today I cracked. And I Googled news about Episode VII. It looks like it’s safe to say that the script has finally been completed, filming begins in May, and the release date is set for October 18th, 2015. Aside from that, everything is rumor. One would expect a huge block buster such as Star Wars to be shown in High Frame Rate on an IMAX screen, right? Metro.co.uk quoted…

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Sleepy Hollow

The Stunning Season Finale You Don’t Want To Miss

Sleepy Hollow Wraps Up a Sensational First Season in 2 Hour Special I don’t think I’m the only one to express some pretty severe disappointment over the fact that Fox’s hit new show, Sleepy Hollow won’t get a full season this year (tonight’s episode makes a solid 12/13 for the new show), but the finale promises to end on a dramatic note. In a recent interview with Zap2it.com, Orlando Jones (who plays Captain Irving) promised, “it’s going to be really bada**. I think people are…

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Hobbit

Richard Armitage Nailed This “Hobbit” Quiz, Could You?

Everyone knows that the fantastical world created by J.R.R. Tolkien for The Lord of The Rings, The Hobbit and The Silmarillion is exceedingly vast and complex, filled with backstories and side adventures and its own mythic lore. Empire Magazine quizzed the Hobbit cast on their own knowledge of Tolkien Trivia. While most answers were pretty weak, Richard Armitage (Thorin) absolutely nailed it (looks like someone really researched his part). Could you? (Gifs Source) (Interview can be found here)

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Sherlock

The Most Important Take Away From Tonight’s Episode of Sherlock

By now, hopefully everyone has had a chance to tune into the first episode of the newest season of BBC’s Sherlock, assuming you didn’t commit the “morally questionable” act of streaming the episodes online when they first aired in the UK. I feel that it’s safe to say, at this point, that there was one very, very important take-away from “The Empty Hearse.” I leave you with this: (source)

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Game of Thrones

Brace Yourselves, This Season Premier Is Going To Be Epic

Recap: Game of Thrones. Season 4. April 6, 9pm/8c. Has everyone checked out the Game of Thrones trailer for season 4 yet? Everyone properly enthusiastic about the season premier? Good. Any fan of the books has an idea of what’s coming this season, though inevitably, the screen adaptation always switches things up a hair (or two).  Some changes to expect this season include new casting for Tommen, Joffrey’s younger brother — presumably they needed a slightly older actor, no big deal. More interesting, the actor…

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Why aren’t more people talking about this? Russell Crowe brings Noah to the big screen.

Why haven’t I heard about this before now? For some reason, NOAH has completely slipped under my radar. NOAH’s all star cast looks wildly promising: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, so on and so forth. If nothing else, the fans will most likely enjoy seeing all their favorite actors on screen together. However the trailer looks great, so I’m expecting it to be more than eye candy. The flood myth isn’t exclusive to Christianity, it’s found throughout the world in varying cultures,…

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Wolverine Days of Future Past

Anticipation is Building for X-Men: Days of Future Past

I probably got a little more excited than I should have when I came across this photo for the first time. Actually, it still makes me a little giddy. It shouldn’t, it’s a fan mashup from Reddit, but still, it’s excellent work and what a way to pull on the heartstrings! While it doesn’t look like we can expect Clint Eastwood making any appearances in X-Men: Days of Future Past, the anticipation for the newest installment of X-Men has everyone riled up. If you’re looking…

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Nerdculture

The Only Show on Television to Accurately Portray Nerdculture — Are You Tuning In?

I know that Big Bang Theory, now on it’s umpteenth season (just kidding guys, they’re on their sixth- er…seventh season), is a huge hit and yes, Jim Parsons is fantastic but let’s be honest here: if you want to watch a show about nerd culture, Amy Poehler’s Parks and Recreation is the only way to go. Is this a hotly contested opinion? Maybe. But let’s consider the facts: Parks and Recreation (now on it’s sixth season), hosts a wide variety of “nerds,” in a number of…

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