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Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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More Mickey Mouse! Season Two of Super Stylized Cartoon Shorts Is Coming Soon!

Mickey Mouse has been traveling the globe lately in some slick, stylized, colorful cartoon shorts, and they’re REALLY GOOD. Season One debuted in 2013 with the Parisian adventure of Croissant… more

Learn The Advantage of Being A Primate In An All New TV Spot For DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES

Back in December, we got our first look at the sequel to Fox’s surprisingly stellar reboot, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Disney’s THE PIRATE FAIRY: One Step Closer to STEM Fairies?

Disney princesses are everywhere, and the toy aisle is super saturated with their altered visages. (I’m not including Anna & Elsa in this group – they’ve yet to go through the… more

Ryan Hansen Talks VERONICA MARS & PARTY DOWN

In an earlier piece on Veronica Mars, I described Dick Casablancas as “the guy you love to hate.” A few readers took offense to this, while others appear to vehemently… more

The Biggest Happenings in Comedy Right Now 3/29/14

Facebook drones, Gwyneth Paltrow-Chris Martin “uncoupling”, more Chris Christie “Bridgegate” controversy… they’ve all littered the headlines over the last week, and while all of those have varying degrees of importance… more
 

Tina Majorino on the Friendships of VERONICA MARS

One of Veronica Mars fans’ most cherished friendships is the one she struck with the brilliant hacker and computer expert, Mac (Tina Majorino). As the sardonic computer whiz, Mac was… more

Pop Culture Inspired Maps at Gallery 1988′s ‘Cartography’ Opening

If you live in Los Angeles, swing by Gallery 1988 (East) for Andrew DeGraff’s “Cartography,” a gallery opening that features some gorgeous maps inspired by The Princess Bride, Star… more

Review: CESAR CHAVEZ

This historical biography about the important 1960s labor organizer so actively skews away from Hollywood theatrics that it begins to feel downright quaint. Cesar Chavez, as you perhaps remember from… more
 

BATMAN Reanimated – Two-Face

For a series that made a point of introducing villains who hadn’t yet been seen or heard of by most non comics-reading kids, Batman: The Animated Series really must have… more

Review: SABOTAGE

Director David Ayer is proving to be increasingly adept at character work, but the plot of Sabotage is too dumb and opaque to recommend the film. Director David Ayer and… more

Joss Whedon Apologizes to Seoul for THE AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON

Any time a movie or television show needs to film on location, chances are it’s going to inconvenience someone. Productions can shut down an area as small as a storefront… more
 

Celebrate GODZILLA With These Striking Fan-Made Posters

The release for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ new Godzilla flick is a month and a half away, and excitement is building. The kaiju is a fan favorite and ambled… more

Nerdist News WTFridays: Most PAINFUL Frozen Parody Ever!

Who’s ready to get casual-as-heck with another episode of Nerdist News WTFridays?! We’re all over the place on this week’s installment – from impressive, indie sci-fi shorts to a little… more

Review: NOAH

Ambitious, daring, and visually awesome (in the old sense of the word), Noah is an amazing and off-the-wall experience that I can’t not recommend. Darren Aronofsky’s Noah – easily one of… more
 

Best Picture: CAVALCADE (1932/1933)

Witney Seibold has been watching every Best Picture winner in chronological order, and commenting on each of them in a series of brief essays on Nerdist. In week six, he… more

It’s Father-Daugher Survival in this Terrific Sci-Fi Short

On an alien planet, a father and daughter (Tony Doupe, Callie Harlow) prospecting team’s search for resources gets interrupted by one very tough bandit. And before she knows it, the… more

The FX of ’79 – ALIEN

And so, friends and countrymen (but not Romans, because what did they ever do for us?!), we come to the end of this series, and what an interesting journey it… more
 

More with TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Screenwriter André Nemec

Earlier today, after patiently waiting for what feels like an eternity since the project was announced, fans saw the first glimpse of the new live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles… more

Tall Men and Silver Balls: the First PHANTASM V Teaser

It’s been 16 years since the alien and necrotic Tall Man darkened cinema’s doorways with his arched eyebrow and persistent bellows of “Booooooooy!” But you can’t keep a good horror… more

Nerdist News: New Batman Villain Revealed!

How’s it hanging, my fine feathered friends? We’ve got a special treat for you: our fearless leader Chris Hardwick is filling in for Jessica Chobot on today’s Nerdist News! We’ve… more
 

Screenwriter Andre Nemec Talks TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

This morning, the Internet saw the premiere of the teaser trailer for the new Michael Bay-produced live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie directed by Jonathan Liebesman and starring Megan… more

The National Gets The Documentary Treatment in MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS

Tomorrow, on March 28, The National will make their cinematic debut with their documentary, Mistaken For Strangers. The film, which shares its name with the first single from their 2007… more

Director Raymond De Felitta Talks ROB THE MOB, Italian Food, and More

It may be hard to find a city as celebrated in film as New York; its rich pastiche of cultures, gritty underbelly, and ability to mold to fit whatever genre… more