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The new X-Files movie has a title. It's X-Files: I Want To Believe.
I like a title that is a complete sentence. That shows dedication to grammar. X-Files likes the English language. Their first movie was called: X-Files: Fight the Future. I do not know anyone on the planet who calls it that. But the point is, more movie sequels should use the King's English. For instance: Dark Knight: Batman Wants To Fight The Joker.
Virtuality: A Whole Show About The Holodeck
is a pilot movie set for Fox TV by Ron Moore, the Battlestar Galactica
guy. If anyone likes it, it will be a quickly canceled series. (Thanks to KaosDevice on the RevSF boards.
It's about a starship where everyone is jacked into a holodeck while on a long flight, so their brains can think about masturbating.
New Amsterdam Actor Denies The Dorks
actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says "Don't be put off by the immortality thing."
That is just precious. Six episodes were made, the last of which just aired. It was on Fox, so it may never appear again to human eyes.
Let's have another one, from his interview with the New York Daily News: "It's not about supernatural stuff, but more about a guy who struggles like we all struggle."
I wish normals would watch stuff like this. But then, who would creators of geek stuff pretend their stuff is not aimed toward?
Please Buy Cloverfield DVD At Lots of Different Places, Its Makers Pray
Fancy! Now you have to go to different stores to get all the extras on the Cloverfield DVD.
Best Buy will have a video by the guy who played Hud. Target buyers get a mix CD from Rob's party. People who buy it at Kmart get a free trip out of Kmart.