Advanced Muggle Studies steps over to our joint venture, Droid Please, to discuss the latest Star Wars effort. All spoilers included, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, don’t listen to us just yet — but if you’re interested in our usual lively discussion about the film, don your best custom space cape and join us!
This is why I go to the Thursday night premieres. You can’t Google reviews about Solo: A Star Wars Story without seeing the original titles of articles written about a massive spoiler in the movie. I might understand it coming from Vanity Fair, but the hastily written article for CBR is upsetting. Spoilers to follow.
Book spoilers that spoil television series and movies. They can be quite the conundrum. How much do you say? Anything at all? Maybe the live action adaptation will go in a different direction, so is it okay to throw out a theory based on knowledge from the books as one possible direction for the televison show or…
Anyone one else remember that moment where Peter Parker tore out Tony’s heart before fading away into ash?
How do you make a movie that is the culmination of ten years and eighteen films? How do you make a movie that encompasses a universe?
It is John Harrison’s 325th birthday and Google is honoring him. JJ Abrams has no comment on the matter.
The current TV season is about to kick into full gear with the CW shows starting up their season this week. Now might be a good time to review who is doing each show’s Spoilerific Reaction Threads so we don’t step on someone else’s digital toes.
...and by “Dare” I mean if you dared to pay for IMAX tickets to watch it. I decided I don’t care for spoilers on this one and I would like your spoilerrific opinions. This might not even get one comment... but I’ve hosted TWD threads, so I’m used to it.
As if we didn’t know .....
Posting this behind a massive Spoiler warning because it’s a pretty big reveal, though not a completely unexpected one if you’ve read any of my other spoiler posts, or noted that the opening scene in World Enough and Time bears a striking resemblance to one of the last scenes of another famous Doctor Who episode.
Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Bad Wolf! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Beware spoilers! Bad Wolf! Beware spoilers! Bad Wolf!
TIMELINE 3: So the whole freaking third season of this wonderfully WTF show aired during
the last weekend. Why don’t we discuss it in four posts during the week on this post as I watch? Enter here expecting complete spoilers of the first three whole season as I watched it. Comment with all the spoilery things that…
I’m updating my post because there’s now a higher resolution version of the trailer. Here’s my shot-by shot breakdown of the entire thing.
I haven’t had time to do Doctor Who set report roundups like I used to, but I had the day off and decided to do a rundown on recent filming. Note: Most of the attached images come from #DWSR, and you can find a bunch more over there.
Well spin my nipple nuts and send me to Alaska. Somebody royally smegged up when releasing the special steelbook edition of Red Dwarf series XI. The back cover lists the episode titles for the already filmed but yet to be released series XII instead.
I haven’t seen it posted here, but here are some pics of the new models being used for Red Dwarf series XI, airing later this year. Head over to Ganymede & Titan for more news and set reports from the filming itself. (Basically, everyone’s saying it’s just as good, if not better than series X) I, for one, can’t…
DC Rebirth #1 is the first in DC’s new massive Rebirth relaunch, which Geoff Johns has said is supposed to restore “legacy” to the DC Universe. It’s being released on Midnight, May 25, but almost the entire thing has now been leaked onto the internet...and whoo boy, apparently, this thing delivers.
Hey! So I know we don’t do these for Supernatural lately with fewer and fewer people watching the show, but wow. WOW!
Spoilers after the break.
Massive Spoilers ahead, do not come in unless you are current on A Song of Ice and Fire, as well as Game of Thrones.
Civil War has been released in most of the world except for US and China and something has been bothering about it. When a popular film or TV shows are released in US first, the Internet is abound with spoilers. But when something popular is released worldwide first, it’s suddenly, “No spoilers!” and that is not right.