With one day until the 40th anniversary of the greatest sci-fi movie ever made, Vanity Fair has released new images from the upcoming Star Wars edition of the magazine. Photographed by Annie Leibowitz, the special editions have become a tradition with each new movie release. The new covers include our first looks at Rey and Luke […]

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  Today the world lost a legend. Roger Moore, who passed away today at age 89, was the fourth actor (The first, Barry Nelson, was an American!) to portray the suave British secret agent James Bond. Those films include:  * Live and Let Die * The Man With The Golden Gun * The Spy Who […]

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There hasn’t been much about my action figure obsession recently, so I wanted to post something about the latest addition to my family… Welcome the protocol droid fluent in over seven million dialects — C-3P0! Released as part of Star Wars The Black Series, Threepio, comes with a red arm as seen in The Force […]

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 CBS and Viacom have released a brand new poster for Star Trek Discovery. Yesterday I posted a link to the trailer. The poster continues a fascinating tease to the character ‎Sonequa Martin-Green plays on the series. What we previous knew was her character would be the Number One to the Captain of the Federation Starship USS Discovery. […]

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It’s finally here! After the announcement in 2016, and the start date of January 2017 coming and going — the first look at Star Trek Discovery has arrived. Now the first shot is a little jarring. I wasn’t sure if I was looking at new Trek, or old footage from Star Wars The Force Awakens. Also […]

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As Spring gives way to warming weather, and we bid the last remnants of Fall a fond farewell, we also peer into the crystal ball at what’s new next fall… New-ish Back in 1998, a sitcom premiered on NBC  — breaking all kinds of rules, glasses ceilings, and rating records in the process. The show […]

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