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Marvel want a peek inside Katie Sackhoff’s 2014 year planner. But why?
I can’t help feel we’re being condescended to with marketing materials like this. Surely this video can only have been thrown together with a “that’ll do” attitude?
As discussed in my earlier live blog from the SDCC panel for Riddick, here’s the film’s latest restricted audience trailer. There’s blood, there’s swears, but there was more flesh on display during the actual panel today. Sorry if that disappoints …
I had half been expecting that Vin Diesel would step up on stage during tomorrow night’s Marvel Studios panel at Comic-Con but apparently not. During the just-wrapped Riddick panel, Diesel said that, while he can’t say anything about working with …
And we’re getting underway with the live blog for Riddick, via Brendon Connelly in Hall H, to me via tin can and string, and to you via the wonder of the internet. Or something like that. Here we go…
Vin Deisel is back as Riddick and he’s shared a TV spot for it on Facebook.
Survival Is His Revenge
This might make you think about Kirk vs. the Gorn in the Star Trek episode Arena. Just for a moment.
Riddick goes big *and* goes home. Sort of.
Carrie, is that you?
Goggles will return in the autumn.
Extreme weather for Riddick in the first poster for his next misadventure.
The sun goes down on Riddick. Or comes up. The jury is out.
Violence, language, body parts. All that popular stuff.
Are we on for a Diesel powered android or is the internet just sniffing petrol again?
Vin Diesel‘s latest Facebook pictures from the Riddick threequel go from one end of the spectrum to the other. In this first picture, he’s whipping through the air on wires. Looks like fun until you remember where the harness goes. …
The Riddick grassroots publicity won’t slow down and is, I’d imagine, in real danger of peaking early.
Don’t worry about all of the back slapping and PR speak, the new press release announcing that the third Riddick film is in production (which, of course, we already knew) has just two important paragraphs: The infamous Riddick has been …