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Joss Whedon assembles The Avengers…again

That’s right folks Disney CEO, Bob Iger, has confirmed during an earnings call today that Joss Whedon will be returning to write and direct The Avengers sequel. He is also going to be working on a TV production set in the Marvel Universe. This could be an interesting idea if done well. As soon as we …

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Trioviz glasses bring 3D to your 2D TV

Have you noticed that many of the hottest titles this holiday season, including “Batman: Arkham City” and “Assassins Creed: Revelations”, are 3D compatible…assuming you’ve spent the money to buy a 3D TV? Well if you’re like me and don’t see the value in buying a technology that has died in the 50s, and again in the 80s, …

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Updated: SDCC ’09 TV panel schedule

We now have an updated schedule of TV panels for this summer’s San Diego Comic Con.  While some of the times and locations are still listed as TBD, we’ll make sure to inform you guys of further updates. Key points to note: Heroes has a panel after all, which will be taking place on Saturday; …

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“The Dark Knight” comes to HBO!

HBO will finally begin airing “The Dark Knight” starting this Friday, June 13th. How cool will this be? One somber day, channel-flipping through Oprah, Family Guy reruns, Iron Chef, Jon & Kate Plus 8…until hearing those three words eerily whispered…”why so serious?” Oh, snap! It’s TDK! Well, there goes the rest of my afternoon. Time …

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“Smallville” returning for a 9th season? And other interesting TV show updates…

According to Michael Ausiello of Entertainment Weekly, Smallville may indeed be returning for a 9th season as negotiations with star Tom Welling are already well underway.  Here’s what Ausiello had to say: Yes, there’s news, and it’s good. Some would even call it, ahem, super. According to a well-placed Smallville insider, Welling is nearing a …

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New TV spot for “The Incredible Hulk”

This movie is really starting to look good. I have faith in Edward Norton and hope he can help us erase the last “Hulk” movie from out memory.

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