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Tube Bits for 02/25/2008

  • Toy2R and Diamond Comics Distributors unveiled their upcoming Futurama Qees figures in ToyFare magazine. Check out the sweet Fry pic on the right, and click through to see Bender. They will be released sometime this summer, with a promise of more figures in the future.
  • Lots of J. Michael Straczynski news from WonderCon: JMS has signed a deal with DC Comics, but he was tight-lipped about what that entails. His first major motion picture, The Changeling (starring Angelina Jolie and John Malkovich, directed by Clint Eastwood) has just wrapped. In news sure to warm Tim’s heart, he has been tapped by Plan B to adapt World War Z for the big screen. He also hints at Lensmen, the movie, and a possible Babylon 5 feature movie. Go read.
  • The Telegraph has a long piece cover Bionic Woman actress, Michelle Ryan. Interesting tidbit from the story: Jennifer Aniston was up for the role of Jamie Sommers. That would have been, bad.
  • From the ‘What are they thinking’ file: Did you know Sony Pictures is producing Starship Troopers 3 – Marauder? Casper Van Dien is back, this time bringing with him…Jolene Blalock. Why won’t this series die? When the trailer hits (today, supposedly) we’ll let you in in all the gory details.
  • Recently, ReelzChannel caught up to J.J. Abrams and asked him a few questions about the new Star Trek movie and the possibility of Cloverfield 2. Here’s what he had to say:

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4 Comments on Tube Bits for 02/25/2008

  1. World War Z would be a great movie and it does such a great job of demonstrating how society could break down in the face of a catastrophic global event…

  2. You know, if you pretend that the Starship Troopers is not called that, and watch it as a completely unknown entity the movies are not so bad. I am not eager, but I will check out ShT 3.

  3. …. would you JP? WOULD YOU?

  4. I’ve already said “NOOOO!!”

    No more, please!

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