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From Birth.Movies.Death. comes this great news …
A curious thing happened over the weekend: roughly halfway through Saturday, while the rest of the world was entirely focused on the goings-on at this year’s big D23 Expo, Netflix dropped something of a bombshell announcement – as recent rumors had indicated, the Breaking Bad movie was completed, and would hit the streaming service on October 11th.
And there’s even a poster.
I’m intrigued enough that I will be making a purchase very shortly. From The Verge …
Audible Studios’ new audio drama Alien III by William Gibson offers one of those alternate paths for the Alien series. Gibson, the author of Neuromancer and Mona Lisa Overdrive, has his own vision of what happened after Ripley, Hicks, Bishop, and Newt nuked LV-426 from orbit in Aliens. What was once a discarded draft has, in the hands of writer and director Dirk Maggs, become a fleshed-out audio production featuring Aliens stars Michael Biehn (as Hicks, the Marine who showed Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley how to fire a high-powered gun in Aliens) and Lance Henriksen (as Bishop, the “artificial person” who changes Ripley’s mind about working with synthetic life forms). Close your eyes, and it’s like slipping into an alternate universe in which this is the third Alien film, rather than the one we know.
You can pick it up here.
If there’s an afterlife, I want it to look like this.
San Diego Comic-Con is unfathomably massive, and we walk through the entire show floor to give you a sense of the exhibit hall’s scope and scale. Norm and Kishore take us to some of their favorite booths in one continous walk, navigating through the crowds, cosplay, and collectibles of Comic-Con 2019.
Whichever one of you bastards sent this, I appreciate it.
These guys may not be Nazis, but they’ve got moxie.
Where’s the Kickstarter campaign?!
So now that all of us bastards are old, I thought it would be fun to revisit a holiday classic, except now it’s fast forward a few years. Check up on the Peanuts gang, and see how they are doing this holiday season. I always knew Peppermint Patty and Marcy would get it on one day. And that ending… bitch had it coming…
Please note the dancers in the background when he goes to visit Schroeder