October 2012

Here’s some of the early reaction from the first 24-hours after the news broke yesterday that George Lucas had sold Lucasfilm to Disney (who is planning on releasing Star Wars: Episode VII in 2015). Enjoy.

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After learning about a potential terrorist meeting from Eyal (Oded Fehr), Annie (Piper Perabo) puts her career on the line to turn an asset and discover the truth in the next twelve hours. Joan’s (Kari Matchett) concerns about the validity of the intelligence and Annie’s recent decision making forces our protagonist to go over Joan’s head and present her plan directly to Arthur (Peter Gallagher) to turn the girlfriend, a Staff Director for the House Energy and Commerce Committee (Michelle Nolden), of a State Department protected Middle East asset (Haaz Sleiman) in order to prove that he’s funding terrorist activities.

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Check out this pretty cool 14in. TRON Polystone Statue which can be yours for the low, low price of $150.

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Dead Man’s Lake

by Cap'n Carrot on October 31, 2012 · 0 comments

in Short Film

What’s Halloween without a little gore? For your enjoyment we offer you the certainly NSFW short film “Dead Man’s Lake” starring Jon Campling, Caroline Haines, Sarah Jane Honeywell, Lewis Osborne, and James Powell. Thanks to Eric for the find.

“Dead Man’s Lake” – Short Horror Film (Bloody Cuts)

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Originally created back in 1978, Madame Xanadu has moved around the periphery of the DCU for years, sometimes helping others and sometimes further her own ends. The character was reintroduced in the New 52 as a supporting character in Justice League Dark and now earns her own one-shot with National Comics: Madame X (a title referring to DC Comics‘ former name).

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To help sell FOX on the idea of an Axe Cop animated show (based on the insane comic by Malachai Nicolle and Ethan Nicolle) this Halloween animated short was created (with the title character voiced by Nick Offerman), which seems appropriate to share with you today.

ASK AXE COP | HALLOWEEN | ADHD via Topless Robot

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Marcos Henríquez is an artist from Chile. Check out more of his work in his deviantART gallery.

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Directed by John Madden, and adapted from Deborah Moggach‘s bestselling novel by Ol Parker, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel offers a rich cast of English actors in an ensemble piece about a group of elderly pensioners who all move into the same retirement community in India.

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The past hour the Internet has been all abuzz with news that George Lucas has sold Lucasfilm, Industrial Light & Magic, Skywalker Sound, and the rights to the expanded Star Wars universe to Disney for $4.05 billion (half in cash and half in 40 million shares of Disney). Kathleen Kennedy, current co-chairman of Lucasfilm, will take over as President of the company and serve as executive producer for Star Wars: Episode VII which is tentatively scheduled for a 2015 release date. I’ve decided to be cautiously optimistic, but someone may want to give teh ‘monkey a hug as he’s currently crawled up in a ball under his desk muttering obscenities and planning a way to kill everyone involved.

[via New York Times]

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Beckett’s (Stana Katic) relationship with Castle (Nathan Fillion) is put to the test when all the evidence in a bizarre ritualistic killing (complete with a body stuck to the ceiling of a midtown apartment) leads back to the mystery writer. His fingerprints found at the dead woman’s apartment, video evidence of Castle buying expensive jewelry for the victim, a story found on his computer that perfectly mirrors the murder, and a bag of murder gear found in the man’s apartment, all tie him to the murder.

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