This past week we have some casting news, the 90s keep coming back and, of course, the Emmys happened.
This week we had news of a new TV channel, was also an emotional rollercoster for goodbyes and almost goodbyes, and Americans insists on taking on iconic anime. Probably.
These past days we had better looks at movies and series to come, there were more discussions about the future of the superhero movie genre, and Nintendo made an announcement that had us geeks flailing like Kermit.
This past week I said goodbye to one of my favourite series, get ready to welcome back some others, there’s drama at Marvel Studios, and, most sadly, another staple of my childhood left this world. And so I dedicate this column to the great Wes Craven.
This past week we had more Star Wars, as well as the usual comicbook movies and TV series news. Also, new comicbooks, including one made of awesome that I want on Netflix or TV or cinemas!
This past week we had more D23 news, Marvel and Star Wars news that is~ There’s also Doctor Who news and stuff we could have had but didn’t. Because life sucks sometimes.
The Lift-Off Film Festival is a global network that sprouts screening events in the cities of Vancouver, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Sydney, London, Liverpool, Amsterdam, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, and I got the chance to watch some of the shorts in competition ahead of their LA screenings this week.
This past week we continue with the blasts from past, because Hollywood is out of ideas and everything comes back… and sometimes I don’t even mind! Most importantly, lots of Disney and Pixar news! Yay for animated movies! And girls with dinousaurs~