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Above Image: Thor: The Dark World (2013), Thor (Chris Hemsworth)
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Original 'Star Trek' Galileo Shuttlecraft Restored by Loving Fans (via Yahoo)
Star Wars Alphabet
Original 'Star Wars' film to be translated into the Navajo Language, Dine. The Navajo Nation is the first Native American tribe to dub the film into its own language, though worldwide the movie has been shown in more than 50 other languages. (via The Oakland Press)
(via The Mary Sue)
Pics of the electric villain Electro/Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) from the set have been released
Director Marc Webb tweeted this pic saying, "This is what happens when you try to give Electro a ticket." (via Coming Soon)
New official photos from Thor: The Dark World have been released showing Thor, Odin and
‘Thor: The Dark World’ – Trailer Analysis (via Screen Rant)
Iron Man 3 - Clip "Nothing Has Been The Same Since New York"
Fandango Gift Cards are now on sale
Gwyneth Paltrow Says There Won’t Be an Iron Man 4 Film (via /Film)
Homemade Matrix Bullet-Time scene (via Screen Rant)
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins - I really enjoyed this book. The movie was so-so, but the book goes much deeper into life in the "Districts." The feeling of being watched while going through this horrible situation is striking. It also adds a whole new layer to the movie since some things are unexplained in the film (ex. Mocking Jays). I'm debating whether I should read the second novel before or after the film. (Recommended)
- Modesty Blaise: The Girl in the Iron Mask by Peter O'Donnell - I'd never hear of this comic strip series, but not because it's not popular. It was adapted into films in 1966, 1982, and 2003 and a series of 13 novels and short story collections, beginning in 1965. The strips are really well done. My favorite is the first story, Fiona, which highlights a small hospital in Africa forced to accept medicine from a drug dealer. Modesty is an awesome character and has rip-roaring action. (Recommended)*
- Doctor Who "Hide"
(Season 7, Ep. 9) - This was a so-so episode until the ending, which
saved it for me. I'm not going to spoil it, but it's a classic twist.
The Doctor is still trying to figure out Clara and is no closer than
before. (3 1/2 out of 4 stars)
- Revolution "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" (Season 2,
Ep. 14) - We finally get a look outside of the "Monroe District" and go
to the "Georgia Federation" to chase the nuclear device. We learn a
shocking episode from Miles past and learn the full implications of
what will happen if the disable the nanobots and turn the electricity
back on. This show is getting less sucky by the week. (4 out of 5 stars)
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*Book provided by publisher Random House. This in no way affected my opinion of the book or it's contents. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author.
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