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As a very long time fan of Arrested Development, the fourth season is nearly here thanks to our friends over at Netflix. The trailer hit the Internet earlier today, and has been enjoying its fair share of bandwidth being pushed over to it.
What do you think? I can't wait to see the gang back together, it makes me want to go back and watch all of the previous seasons. Let us know what you're looking forward to in the fourth season of Arrested Development, will you be tuning in?
The Avengers impressed critics, fans and the box office - making more than $1 billion worldwide. How do you begin to even follow that up on TV? Well, for one you keep The Avengers' director, and huge TV veteran, Joss Whedon involved.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. takes place in the Marvel universe of course, and takes place after the events of The Avengers. Agent Phil Coulson, played by Clark Gregg, is back, even though he was killed (or was he?) in The Avengers. I'm sure there'll be a great explanation for Coulson's return, with all of the technology at play in the Marvel universe, I'm sure they could bring him back easily.
Dead Space is one of the best survival horror games out there, and now it looks like we might actually see a movie based on the game. The director of horrors such as Halloween and The Thing, John Carpenter, has recently expressed interest in making a Dead Space movie.
Carpenter said during an interview with GameInformer: "I would love to make Dead Space [into a film]. I'll tell you that right now. That one is ready-made. I maintain that Dead Space would just make a great movie because you have these people coming onto an abandoned, shut-down space ship and they have to start it up and something's on board. It's just great stuff".
When Dead Space 3 launched earlier this year, Carpenter took to Twitter, tweeting "Dead Space 3 is the first great game of 2013". Carpenter got into games thanks to his son, where he explains: "My son got me involved in games when he was growing up. He and I spent time together playing. He got me hooked on it".
I am sure there's a lot of you who have seen the great Children of Men, directed by Alfonso Cuarón, and now the acclaimed director is back with yet another epic movie, Gravity.
Gravity stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, as two astronauts who go into space but are detached from their ship, after which they're forced to survive on their own in the dark beyond. There's some truly epic camera work done by Cuarón, something he is known for, and by the looks of things we're in for an utter treat with Gravity.
Check out the trailer above and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
I'll openly admit I am an Arrested Development fan. And it looks like Netflix is trying to remind all of us, and maybe even pick up a few new ones, that Arrested Development will be returning come May 26. Ahead of the return, Netflix is taking the Bluth's banana stand on tour; first in the UK, then on to the United States.
The festivities kicked off yesterday in the UK. The banana stand will eventually make its way to London, Los Angeles, and New Your City. The banana stand will move to the United States after May 21 and the specific location will be announced by the Arrested Development Twitter account.
As a further marketing push, Netflix has promised surprise appearances by the Bluth family. If you happen to be by the banana stand, check it out and send us your pictures!
I stumbled across this gem on Reddit earlier today, where 'pixelspersecond' introduced his mom to The Matrix, you know, that little sci-fi movie from the 90s that we all know and love? Check it out below.
It's quite funny to hear someone who has never watched it, explain the movie, because if you had to explain it to someone, it does sound pretty far-fetched. It makes me want to watch the movie again, or introduce it to my sister-in-law who has never watched it. I almost banned her from my life when I found that out.
The latest footage of the epic science fiction movie directed by Guillermo del Toro is here, with Pacific Rim never looking better. If you don't know what Pacific Rim is yet, you might want to watch the trailer below. If you do know what it is, you probably haven't read any of this and clicked the trailer anyway.
Thoughts? That trailer should have most people convinced, I tried throwing money at my screen but nothing happened. Instead of the shakey cam Micheal Bay movies we received with Transformers, and as much as I loved them as fun summer movies, this looks like we're actually going to see 288 feet high robots kicking some alien ass.
US ambassador to Australia, Jeffrey Bleich, has reached out to his official Facebook page telling Australians to stop pirating popular HBO show, Game of Thrones. He wrote:
As the ambassador here in Australia, it was especially troubling to find out that Australian fans were some of the worst offenders with among the highest piracy rates of Game of Thrones in the world.
The comments came on April 23, marking the 17th annual UN World Book and Copyright Day. He added:
I realise that fans of Game of Thrones who have used illegal file-sharing sites have reasons. They will say it was much easier to access through these sites, or that they got frustrated by the delay in the first season, or their parents wouldn't pay for a subscription, or they will complain about some other issue with copyright laws. But none of those reasons is an excuse - stealing is stealing.
We've heard several rumors about Amazon, with the most frequent one being they are working on a Kindle-branded smartphone. The latest rumor is that Amazon is getting ready to release a Kindle-branded set-top box. This would likely feature Android as the OS and provide access to Amazon's digital content.
We expect it would operate much like Apple TV. Amazon declined to comment regarding a possible set-top box, though BusinessWeek cites three people familiar with the project. The device is said to be in development in Lab126, based in Cupertino, California. Of course, as with all rumors, take this with a grain of salt.
Very popular (or maybe not so much) animated comedy, Futurama, has been cancelled by Comedy Central. Futurama was cancelled by Fox in 2004, but Comedy Central renewed it in 2008. Even executive producer, David X. Cohen, wasn't surprised by the news, he said: "I can't say I was devastated by the news".
Futurama's now last season, had its first 13 episodes aired starting last summer, with the remaining 13-episode run to air on Comedy Central starting June 19, with the finale slotted in for September 4. Producers have talked about possibly continuing with another network, but these discussions aren't serious right now.