On tonight’s rousing edition of Movie News After Dark, we make stops in the TARDIS library for books, Westeros for tough women, South Florida for spring breakahs, Facebook for some nerdiness and the trailer park for a fan-made Man of Steel credits sequence that will blow your mind. Don’t worry, I hear there’s a cream for that.
The TARDIS library – This evening’s lead image comes to us from The Mary Sue, who have a few shots of Jenna-Louise Coleman (adorable) as Clara, the current companion to Matt Smith’s Doctor. She’s in the TARDIS library. For Doctor Who nerds, this is a big one.
Star Trek apartment – Even if you’ve seen this apartment modeled after the Transporter Control Console from Star Trek: The Next Generation before, you can’t possibly say that it’s not cool. Because it is very cool.
What is a ‘Cinemascore’? – Eric D. Snider investigates Hollywood’s ever-prolific exit poll system and what it means for you, the above-average moviegoer.
This girl… – Is awesome because she splices herself into awesome movie scenes for her Facebook cover photos. This might be the first time I’ve thought that Facebook cover photos were cool. This might be the first time I’ve thought something on Facebook was cool. Now I feel old.
Sharing your HBO GO password may land you in jail – A recent New York Times article about people sharing their HBO Go logins to watch Game of Thrones (rather than pirating it) has sparked a bit of talk over the legal ramifications of violating HBO’s terms of service agreement. Short version: it’s actually pretty nasty. Good news: it doesn’t appear as if HBO is too concerned about it. But if they become concerned, it could get bad…
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