What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly movie news column that is currently incensed with its own author, as it has determined that he is a giant wuss. Seriously? You almost let a little stomach bug get in the way of doing the news?! Pansy. Now, on with the good stuff.
Another week brings a killer article from Movies.com’s Scott Neumyer in his ‘Raising a Cinephile’ series. This week he talks about why Super Why! is so super. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t previously aware of Super Why!, but it looks kind of awesome and it makes me want to read.
How was I not aware of the fact that there’s a show called Ridley Scott’s Prophets of Science Fiction? It’s on the Science Channel, it’s all about the likes of Mary Shelley, Phillip K. Dick and H.G. Wells, and I discovered it while reading this review of the Philip K. Dick episode over at We Love Cult. I must watch this. I’d recommend you do likewise.
Marvel today released a series of new banners for The Avengers. The following two feature the things that entice me most about the project: Captain America and Scarlett Johansson’s outfit. Screenrant has the full gallery:
Todd Brown over at Twitch takes a break from writing about films with subtitles and drops some 30-ton bombs of knowledge on the world of geekdom. You think you’re important, don’t you, community of online movie geeks? Well guess what, this article — On the Fan Community and Cold, Hard Economics — says otherwise. So take Todd’s advice and find Jesus. Or optimism. If we can get to optimism, that will be good enough.
Tonight ends with the single most adorable interview you may ever see. Drew McWeeny, of HitFix fame, has published an interview with Miss Piggy and Kermit The Frog conducted by his son Toshi. Not only is the kid named after one of the most badass dudes to ever walk the Earth, but he gets to interview Kermit The Frog and be unfathomably cute in doing so? Ugh.. It’s not fair! (Stomps away to find and hug his stuffed Kermit doll)…
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