Category Archive: Movie Garbage

Oct 31 2012

Disney buys Lucasfilm Ltd & Star Wars for $4.5 Billion

Yesterday the world was rocked with surprise news of Disney acquiring Lucasfilm Ltd & Star Wars from George Lucas for a whopping $4.5 billion. With this addition to an already big portfolio of content creators (Pixar, Marvel, ESPN, ABC) Disney is promising Episode VII sometime in 2015 with Episodes VIII and IX coming later and more feature films every 2 or 3 years.

Oct 23 2012

Trailer: Iron Man 3

Marvel has finally released its first trailer for the upcoming Iron Man 3.  The trailer shows off a bit of Ben Kinglsey as the Mandarin. It also shows some interesting uses of the Iron Patriot like armor, which leads me to believe that there may be more villains in this movie than just the Mandarin.

That being said, It’s very unlikely that the Iron Patriot armor will be piloted by Norman Osborn like in the comics though, and that’s if it even is the Iron Patriot armor to begin with. Still though, I look forward to finding it out next April. Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 04 2012

Iron Man 3 has resumed filming

Iron Man 3 resumed filming in Miami this week after taking a nearly six-week break to allow for Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man/ Tony Stark) to rest from his ankle injury.

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Oct 02 2012

The ‘Realistic’ Man of Steel : David Goyer speaks at Rome Film Fest

Writer David Goyer Spoke at the Rome Film Fest discussing their plans for Superman in the forthcoming superhero reboot Man of Steel (which IGN found via Collider), Goyer emphasized on his thoughts of the more ‘realistic approach’ that he, producer Christopher Nolan and director Zack Snyder, have decided to  take with this film.

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Oct 01 2012

Review: Looper

This film is almost impossible to summarize because it is very complex. Not Inception complex with the layers and such, but complex in the sense that if I try to explain it, I will most likely give up important plot points. Explaining this film without giving away too much will make the film sound really bad, I will show you with an example of my summary of the film:

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Sep 25 2012

‘The Wolverine’ Photo release

20th Century Fox released the first official photo yesterday of Hugh Jackman in a ‘Martial Arts like’ pose for the upcoming sequel The Wolverine, directed by James Mangold. The film is set in Japan where Wolverine travels to train with a samurai warrior.  The film is to be released on July 26 2013.

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Sep 17 2012

The Walking Dead Season 3 Cast Interviews

The Walking Dead season 3 cast members give some exciting hints about the 3rd season, premiering October 14th on AMC.

Sep 13 2012

Nintendo announces Nintendo TVii

Nintendo has announced that they are starting a new non-gaming initiative called Nintendo TVii which is essentially there digital video initiative.  The service is a personal program guide that shows you what you can watch on live TV as well as what is on your DVR. It also gives you access to content on digital services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon video. The service allows you to set favorite and search through all your services to find any content you may want to watch. Nintendo TVii will be free with the purchase of the WiiU system.

Sep 07 2012

Fan Expo 2012: Cosplay Masquerade (Part 2/3)

One of the largest events every year at Fan Expo is the Cosplay Masquerade: A damn near three hour extravaganza of cosplayers, costumes, and corny jokes by the announcer. The masquerade is a cosplay stage show and competition where Fan Expo attendees get 15-30 seconds on stage to impress the crowd, and the judges, with their costuming talent and vie for awards in various categories.

TYG was fortunate enough to be able to cover the complete event, and we will be bringing it to you in three ~50 minute videos (uploaded in 720p because the 1080 versions are simply too big).

This is the second part, the third will follow soon!

Sep 06 2012

“Amazon” Working Title

It looks like they are at it again! For those of you who do not know Warner Bros. pulled the plug on Joss Whedon’s Wonder Woman movie – allowing him to be free to make the massively successful Avengers Movie. Then NBC tried to reboot the Wonder Woman TV series, but failed to make it past the pilot stage. So here we go, reports are being swirled around the internet that CW (the Warner Brothers television network) has begun its own work on creating a live-action Wonder Woman series called Amazon (working title).

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