The brave and the bold at CinemaBlend have been watching Lindsay Lohan’s reality series. I didn’t know there was such a thing. Maybe they just mean Court TV?
Anyway, whatever this show is, it featured Lohan’s explanation of how she lost a role in The Avengers. She doesn’t say which role but does say that it went to an unknown.
CinemaBlend try to figure out which part it might have been and, to be honest, their best guess is that it was part that later got cut out.
My best guess is that it was the waitress played by Ashley Johnson. She’s no unknown in my Otis, Much Ado About Nothing and The Last of Us loving household, but I think she might qualify as one for Lohan’s purposes.
Anyway, I don’t know if it’s fair to blame Lohan’s manager for this gig not materialising. He was up against the good taste of Joss Whedon and Kevin Feige after all.
The final episode of How I Met Your Mother has aired, and knowing a number of you watch and love the show, here’s your chance to share your thoughts on the series finale. Was it everything you thought it would be, or was it a slap in the face?
Several supporting roles in the new Terminator movie have been cast. Michael Giadis and Sandrine Holt’s roles haven’t garnered much commentary – they’re secret but, as far as we know, relatively straightforward.
Be sure to pick up the second issue of Elfquest: The Final Quest, which hit the stands on Wednesday, March 26! It continues the tremendous tradition of excellence provided by Wendy Pini, who I have the honor of interviewing in this landmark 125th episode of the podcast! We discuss how Elfquest has progressed over the […]
I’d imagine it’s a very bittersweet day for James Wan and the Fast and Furious 7 cast and crew today as they return to work on the film. Wan posted this image to his Instagram to announce their first day back.
There have been stories of late that claim Paul Walker’s scenes wlll be finished using lookalikes and CG. That seems like a reasonable guess, but I don’t know if we’ve yet seen a credible source on this. In any case, I’m sure the work will be approached with due sensitivity.
This week on The Want List Audio Edition….figures from Marvel and DC, we get fancy with LEGOs, and you’ve got your Skylanders in my Happy Meal! http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/WantList_07.mp3 Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Subscribe to the Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed! Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed RSS Feed The Want List is […]
If you play the Pathfinder roleplaying game but haven’t gotten around to buying the comics from Dynamite Entertainment… you may want to change that in May.
Pathfinder: City of Secrets #1 is written by Jim Zub with interior art by Leandro Oliveira and cover art by Genzoman, Carlos Gomez, Sean Izaakse and Steven Cummings and is hitting local comic stores in May 2014. This issue marks the beginning of a new adventure series and is the perfect starting point for new readers. Each issue also includes an exclusive Pathfinder Roleplaying Game encounter, sourcebook appendix, and a bonus removable playable tactical map/art poster.
The Pathfinder RPG game appendix for each issue of Pathfinder: City of Secrets beyond the first will include a special fan-created official Hero of Magnimar, chosen by the Paizo staff and illustrated by one of Dynamite’s artists. This is your chance to officially add your character to the Pathfinder universe, with game stats provided directly by Pathfinder’s professional game designers! Visit paizo.com/contests for more details on how to enter this exciting monthly contest and check back each month to see if YOUR hero made the cut!
David Silverman, director on The Simpsons Movie, many episodes of that show, and Monsters Inc., has found a rather surprising new gig. According to The Hollywood Reporter he’s the man set to adapt The Pink Panther into a new live action-CG hybrid movie.
There have been many Pink Panther movies before, but all were Inspector Clouseau adventures with the rosy puss relegated to, admittedly exceptional, title sequences. Pink did have his own TV series or two, and one of them mixed live action in for its nonsensical opening credits sequence. Here it is.
As a kid, I had a nightmare inspired by those that I still remember to this day.
Silverman may not be the only Simpsons alum on this job, with Michael Price negotiating a deal to write the screenplay. He was also a writer on Mrs. C’s beloved The PJs and lots of animated Star Wars, from the Lego shows to the shelved Detours.
I’m hoping The Pink Panther will maintain the other film’s heist or caper characteristics even while this is clearly a whole new direction. I’m just a sucker for the subgenre, I suppose.
Bleeding Cool welcomes back Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to talk about this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines.
Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter say:
Hello, everyone, and thanks for pressing play for this week’s brand-new video from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games here in Shreveport, Louisiana!
Chris and Randy sit down to talk about the most exciting comics hitting the shelves this week but on a rare occasion, it looks like we are joined by various incarnations of Randy in this week’s episode. Have no idea what were talking about? Press play to find out more and enjoy the show!
Not a whole lot of comic storylines from the big two are hitting the shelves that we have talked to you about before but we do bring to your attention a few different titles that have some major changes coming up with them starting this week. Don’t miss Ultimate Spider-Man number #200 if you are a huge Ultimate Universe Spider-Man fan because this issue promises a shock ending from Brian Michael Bendis! There are also huge changes in store for Superman with this week’s issue of Action Comics and the entire creative team from The Flash is moving over to Detective Comics this week as they track down and fight against a deadly new drug that is hitting the streets and Gotham City!
Tons of new number ones are hitting the shelves this week and we are especially looking forward to Inhuman #1 from Marvel Comics as we see the big changes that are happening within the Marvel Universe with the Inhuman community. Also, a classic series is reinvented starting this week with What If Age of Ultron #1 hitting the shelf, where we take a look and see what the Avengers story might look like if it was The Wasp that had died instead of Hank Pym. Some of our favorite series are hitting this week as well such as Magneto #2 and Moon Knight #2 as well. These are two fantastic series that are coming from Marvel Comics that are off to fantastic starts and you don’t want to miss what is happening with either of these comic book series!
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