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    I Got 88 Seconds and a Wookiee Ain’t One: Cinephilic Musings on the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Teaser

    I had a plan, I swear. In the days leading up to November 28th, me and a friend had negotiated the logistics of seeing a movie at one of the theatres listed on J.J.’s announcement—what to do if they’re sold out, what to do if for some reason we picked a movie that had no trailer in front of it (Plan B: sneak into the beginning of a different movie after ours ended)—all in the name of the purity of experiencing the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer as it was meant to be experienced. As a spectacle, as a special event, as a collective moment of excitement and anticipation. More

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    “Star Wars Episode VII” has an official title

    After endless speculation Star Wars Episode VII has an official title after an announcement from the film’s official twitter account: Star Wars: The Force Awakens has completed principal photography. #StarWarsVII#TheForceAwakenspic.twitter.com/mFTP9YbKNN — Star Wars (@starwars) November 6, 2014 So there you have it. Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Other than the cast and crew and now a […] More

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    The Televerse #162- Alias with Emma Fraser

    There may be fewer TV shows to discuss this week, but there are many interesting episodes, both successes and failures, giving us plenty to talk about this week on the podcast. First we take a look at the comedies, including a spooktacular Gravity Falls, the pilots of Bad Judge and Mulaney, and Bob’s Burgers’ musical […] More

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    The Televerse #162- Alias with Emma Fraser

    There may be fewer TV shows to discuss this week, but there are many interesting episodes, both successes and failures, giving us plenty to talk about this week on the podcast. First we take a look at the comedies, including a spooktacular Gravity Falls, the pilots of Bad Judge and Mulaney, and Bob’s Burgers’ musical […] More

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    Watch the last trailer for ‘Showrunners’ doc

    After a few years in development, Des Doyle’s documentary Showrunners will finally be released in theaters and iTunes on October 31. The kickstarted project is an in-depth look behind the scenes of some of televisions largest properties and the minds in charge. The film interviews the likes of Joss Whedon, J.J. Abrams, Ronald D. Moore, and a […] More

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    Hulu Orders J.J. Abrams-produced Mini-Series Based on Stephen King’s Kennedy-Assassination Novel ’11/22/63′

    Hulu is ordering an adaptation of Stephen King’s ’11/22/63′ from J.J. Abrams and Warner Bros. Television direct to series, as Variety reports. The time-travel thriller about the Kennedy assassination will be told over the course of a nine-hour mini-series with a script from executive producer Bridget Carpenter (Friday Night Lights, The Red Road). King’s best-selling […] More

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    Is the Boring Gateway Character Worth It?

    Jack Shephard was originally supposed to be played by Michael Keaton, and he was going to die in Lost’s pilot episode. After his death, the first to be killed by the smoke monster (that honor ended up going to the plane’s pilot, played by Greg Grunberg), Kate would take over as the leader and primary […] More

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    Hey You Geeks!! Podcast# 27: The Summer Blockbuster Enigma

    The big question of the week is; Why do overstuffed, critically panned films like Transformers: Age of Extinction continually break box-office records while great films like Snowpiercer are left to struggle with a limited release? Luckily, it turns out that Snowpiercer is about to break into a wider release, but will it bring financial success? […] More

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