The Fangirly Diary of a Geek Girl: And none for Leo DiCaprio, bye!
So we have a couple of games ready for us geeks. First, the Lego game. A Lego Marvel Superheroes game. Feast your eyes:
This game is due for Fall 2013 and will feature an original story that has Nick Fury call upon Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man and Wolverine to save Earth from Loki and Galactus. I have no idea what Loki and Galactus are doing together here but… just look at how cute Hulk is!
The second game is actually two games: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, that will come in October this year:
The franchise’s anime, films, card games, and merchandise will “also enter a new dimension.” Whatever that means. Anyway, 3D game! With over 700 Pokémon total!
Screerant gives us The Dark Knight Trilogy in 3 Minutes. It’s actually quite good! Check it out here.
Tina Fey in The Muppets 2! OMG. She will be playing a Russian gulag prison guard. Huh, The Muppets sure are going to be in a lot of trouble in this sequel!
So, Clark Gregg put on his Agent Coulson suit for S.H.I.E.L.D
Just had a costume fitting for a new show I’m doing. Man, it felt good to put on that suit.
The making of Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers and you will deal, because I loved that motion comic so freaking much.
As we sane people thought, Peter Parker is not totally dead. Fans overreacting have their whining debunked in the first issue of The Superior Spider-Man. Death-threatened Dan Slott talks about it:
You thought the death of Peter Parker was an end — you don’t know where we’re going with this, we have so many tricks up our sleeve that you’ll never see coming!
In other words: quit your bitching, you big babies!
Cabin Pressure has come back to BBC Radio 4, and the first episode, Timbuktu, was so freaking lovely. Writer John Finnemore (and adorable idiot Arthur) gave an interview about it, and how you shall never typecast Benny Batch:
Martin’s low-status, maladroit, stuttering. But Benedict enjoys playing different parts. He doesn’t want to be typecast as a… psychopathic genius. Certainly no-one would use either of those words to describe Martin. He’s very uncomfortable in his own skin, whereas Sherlock doesn’t even notice his.
Yeah, I don’t know this Dan Trachtenberg, but he’s going to direct the movie adaptation of awesome Y: The Last Man. He did make a more than decent Portal short film that reminds me of Oldboy though: