Big day for Disney on Tuesday… the Finding Dory news garnered some pretty incredible stats on the trusty BC server, and a variety of Guardians of the Galaxy and other upcoming Marvel movie concept art rounded out the day very nicely.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Tuesday – Finding Dory
Disney have officially announced that Finding Dory will be in cinemas come 25 November 2015. “Finding Dory” takes place about a year after the first film, and features returning favorites Marlin, Nemo and the Tank Gang, among others.
The first image is from Captain America: The Winter Soldier – notably, Rogers isn’t in his fancy dress – and the other three are from Guardians of the Galaxy. The Star Wars vibe that we’ve promised seems to be in full effect.
UPDATE: Variety have now held their hands up to having been April Fooled. They don’t say how they know that Singer is fibbing. I guess they just feel a bit embarrassed and want to distance themselves.
Most-Read Comic Stories Today:
Secret X-Men project from Frank Cho!
Just a heads up, half my Stormwatch #19 have the internal pages of Batwing #19.
So, do you want to be a Brand Assurance Representative for Marvel in New York? The listing states;
Now, my hunch is that this announcement is just the first monster unveiling of many, but the BBC have today tossed a can of fan-paraffin onto the flames of geekery andannounced that The Zygons will be back for the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who.
The concept of “political correctness” or as some people used to call it, “politeness”, is that you don’t set out to offend or use language that might unnecessarily offend if you can help it.
The marketing rhetoric would have you believe that House of Cards, Hemlock Grove and the new Arrested Development are all Netflix exclusive. This is the future of TV, we were told, but if we want to get in on it, we have to subscribe.