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  • #61
    http://www.nerdist.com/2014/04/the-f...world-is-here/

    The First Trailer For GIRL MEETS WORLD Is Here!

    We’re excited for the new Boy Meets World sequel series, Girl Meets World. You’re excited for the new Boy Meets World sequel series, Girl Meets World. We’re all excited for the new Boy Meets World sequel series, Girl Meets World. Admit it, the thought of reuniting with a now all-grown-up Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence as they try and teach their daughter Riley the ways of the world makes you tingle just a little bit. Here’s the first trailer for the new series:



    Okay, that’s pretty much exactly what we were hoping for. A little charm, a little sass, all heart.

    The series comes from original creator Michael Jacobs and, besides Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel as Cory and Topanga, will also feature the return of fan favorites William Daniels and Rider Strong as, respectively, George Feeny and Shawn Hunter in later episodes.

    Girls Meets World premieres later this year on Disney Channel.

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    • #62
      http://www.nerdist.com/2014/04/camer...oins-the-cast/

      Cameras Have Rolled on Live Action GOOSEBUMPS Movie, SUPER 8′s Ryan Lee Joins The Cast

      Production has begun on the live action adaptation of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps, and the feature film has added Super 8 star Ryan Lee to the cast.

      Due out in the spring of 2016, Goosebumps features Jack Black as Stine himself and Dylan Minnette as Zach, the young man who moves in next door to him to the horror author. When Zach discovers that the monsters Stine has been writing about are actually real and have been set free by Goosebumps series favorite Slappy, the evil ventriloquist dummy, Stine, Zach and his friends are tasked with the job of putting the monsters back in the books.

      Goosebumps, starring Jack Black, Dylan Minnette, Odeya Rush and Ryan Lee, is scheduled to be released in theaters March 23, 2016.

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      • #63
        It will be August.

        Doctor Who Series 8 2014: The first TV teaser trailer

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        • #64
          Fantastic! But I do not have this freaking channel.

          http://www.nerdist.com/2014/06/class...r-on-retro-tv/

          Classic DOCTOR WHO to Air on Retro TV

          Fans of Doctor Who who haven’t gotten a chance to watch the Classic Series yet can quit spending many sleepless nights worrying about when and if you can. (I assume that’s what all of you are doing, right? Probably there’s sweating and gastrointestinal problems as well. Yeah, let’s go with that.) Late last week, syndicated network Retro TV announced that here in the U.S., almost 500 episodes of Classic Doctor Who will beginning running regularly, spanning all the way from William Hartnell’s first episode, “An Unearthly Child,” to the final Sylvester McCoy episode, part 3 of “Survival.” That’s 26 years’ worth of Time Lord action for you to enjoy, all on a daily basis beginning this summer.

          Matthew Golden, the Vice President of Production for Luken Communication, the parent company for Retro Television as well as the broker of the deal, had this to say in the official statement: “We couldn’t be more excited to make legendary classic episodes of Doctor Who available nationwide. The series is an institution, and we’re proud to give fans new and old the opportunity to experience this groundbreaking series from the very beginning.”

          Now, the deal is for “nearly 500″ episodes. In total, there are 694 episodes of the Classic Series. There are 97 currently missing from the archives following the recovery of nine last year, leaving 597 extant. But they aren’t going to get to show all of these. Fans took to the channel’s Facebook page to ask about this as well as if the ones screened will be the remastered DVD release versions or the VHS versions that are on Netflix currently. Their reply in the vast comment thread to both of these questions was thus:

          “The short version is that we have licensed all episodes for which licenses were currently available: almost 500 episodes total. They will be remastered versions.” The episodes for which licenses were not currently available include those written by Terry Nation, which sadly includes all of the original Dalek stories that still exist as well as a few others.

          They also mentioned cuts being made to the episodes to fit in commercial time for the 30 minute timeslot. Retro’s representative said it shouldn’t be much of a problem given the average length of an old Who episode was right around 23 minutes anyway. “We’re preserving everything possible, and not a single frame will be cut that isn’t absolutely necessary. Generally, the episodes should time out as-is for our purposes. This is for fans, by fans, and we’re a protective lot.”

          These episodes will begin airing this summer, along with other newly-acquired cult favorites like Mystery Science Theater 3000 which will begin running in July. Check your local listings or go to Retro’s website to find what channel it is in your area.

          http://www.myretrotv.com/affiliates--schedules.html

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          • #65
            http://www.nerdist.com/2014/06/heres...rical-trailer/

            Here’s The Official DRAGON BALL Z: BATTLE OF GODS US Theatrical Trailer

            And now for your Over 9000 news of the day: the Z fighters are reassembling for a new adventure on the big screen. The official US theatrical trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods emerged today by way of FUNimation, and it’s looking like sweet sweet redemption for anyone who may not have enjoyed Dragonball Evolution (yes, the live-action film combined the words dragon and ball). But enough about that, let’s look at the new hotness in the streets:



            Looks like someone’s a little butt hurt over Frieza’s past ass whooping, forcing Goku to level up to a Super Saiyan God in order to protect humanity. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will premiere in 350 North American cinemas on August 5.

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            • #66
              http://www.nerdist.com/2014/06/exten...-bgm-goodness/

              Extended SAILOR MOON CRYSTAL Trailer Featuring More BGM Goodness

              There’s a little over a week left before Sailor Moon Crystal makes its debut, and to keep the fans’ chops wet, Viz Media has released an extended subtitled trailer that features some of the new anime’s music.

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              • #67
                Doctor Who Series 8 Trailer

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                • #68
                  The premiere is Saturday night.

                  Adventure of a Lifetime! Obrigado Rio - Doctor Who World Tour

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                  • #69
                    Nick Frost in the Doctor Who Christmas Special

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                    • #70
                      Dr. Who at Comic con

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                      • #71
                        Series 9 trailer

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                        • #72
                          Bugs turns 75 today.

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                            • #74
                              The Doctor Drives Davros' Chair

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                              • #75
                                75 Years, 75 Green Lanterns

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