Well, the final trailer for Marvel’s Battle Royal between Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (and some Guardians of the Galaxy) versus Thanos, an enemy so powerful they may not be enough to stop. It’s a battle for the Infinity Stones, the population of the Galaxy and a war between Starlord and Iron Man to see who gets to come up with the plan!
We’re on our way back to Hogwarts in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. After 2016’s Harry Potter prequel, we get a look at Jude Law as a young Professor Dumbledore and a better look at Johnny Depp’s villain Grindelwald. I was pretty excited about this already but having seen this new trailer, my excitement levels have gone up massively. Roll on November!!
Word has reached us here at GeekCrew HQ that Jon Favreau is creating a new Star Wars TV show, which is to be launched on the new Disney streaming service, which is launching next year. Many Bothans died to bring us this information. Well, not really, we just read it on Twitter this morning.
In 1988, something happened to British television. A comedy show, posing in a sci-fi outfit debuted on BBC2. 30 Years later, Red Dwarf is still going, albeit now on Dave not BBC2, continues to bring its unique blend of humour, charm and sci-fi action to audiences old and new. It is the definition of a cult classic. In the early days, it had an odd couple feel about it. Set on the Jupiter Corps Mining Vessel Red Dwarf, the main characters are Dave Lister (Craig Charles) and Arnold Rimmer (Chris Barrie). Two technicians aboard Red Dwarf who’s duties include, but are not limited too, fixing the vending machines so the chicken soup is at least partly edible.
In the world of Netflix, Amazon Video, HBO etc, choosing 5 TV shows that I love above all others was a challenge. There are some shows that are critically acclaimed that aren’t here because, well, I didn’t like them. The ones that you’re expecting are The Wire, Breaking Bad and possibly The West Wing. All great shows I’m sure, but I wasn’t that into them so they don’t make my list. Feel free to lambaste me in the comments, on Twitter and Facebook and tell me why I’m wrong. So, here we go….
After having played a pivotal role in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther needed his own movie. I mean, he was excellent and we all liked him but who the hell was he? Where did he come from? How do I get me one of those suits!?