TPCCafe Season 2 Ep 1

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TPCCafe Season 2 Ep 1


Well I am back. Sorry about that. I talk about Nathan Fillion, Alfre Woodard in Luke Cage. Hayley Atwell twitting that she would like to play Doctor Who. General Zod returning in Batman V Superman. Peter Cushing returning from the dead to be in Rogue One? Terminator making money in China. Matt LeBlanc and his 4th Emmy nod. I also talk about giving podcast listeners a place to try a podcast for free. Also I talk about other crazy stuff and loose track of where I was going. So download and have a listen. I bake cookies.

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Comic Culture Vol 1 Issue 12

Hey gang. So to keep on a sort of regular schedule Paul and I recorded another show for you listening pleasure. Paul and I talk about the Fear of The Walking Dead, Justice League. Also comic reviews of Cyborg, Escape From The Dead, Pursuit Of Beautiful Things, Star Trek/Green Lantern crossover and some much more. As usual Paul and I veer of the road and talk about all things geek. So download and we hope you enjoy.

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Matt LeBlanc On His Fourth Emmy Nom For ‘Episodes’ And Why Season 5 Will Probably Be The Last – Emmys

John G M Burke:

I always like the character of Joey. I also believe that Matt LeBlanc never really got credit for creating a funny but lovable guy. If you have not seen a episode of ‘Episodes’ you really should take the time and watch one. The show is funny and seeing Matt do a parody of himself is very entertaining. Matt is deftly not ‘Joey’ and he proves it with his fourth Emmy nomination.

Originally posted on Deadline:

“I really can’t take much credit for it,” Matt LeBlanc says of his repeated Primetime Emmy Awards nominations for playing the role of “Matt LeBlanc” on Showtime’s satirical sitcom Episodes. Through four seasons on the series, he’s depicted a selfish, self-destructive parody of himself that, he’s quick to make clear, could be even worse of a person. Now with the show’s fourth season having nabbed him his fourth nomination (and seventh over his career), LeBlanc is at times almost philosophical, crediting the show’s writers and co-stars Tamsin Grieg and Stephen Mangan for his and the show’s success.

You’re pitched this show in which you’re playing the worst version of yourself that you could possibly play…

I could probably play worse. (Laughs.)

What’s it like then playing such an awful version of yourself?

It’s funny, because a lot of people assume that it’s this tricky sort of thing to arrive…

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‘Terminator: Genisys’ Smashes Records at Chinese Box Office

John G M Burke:

This is a good example of why the Chinese market has become so important to Hollywood. The Chinese market can help a film recoup it’s money back. As you can read in the article Terminator: Genisys had the 4th biggest opening in the China for a U.S. film. Also you can see it still didn’t help the Fantastic Four. The Chinese still can’t save crap.

Originally posted on Variety:

Chinese audiences are breathing fresh life into the Terminator franchise.

“Terminator: Genisys,” the fifth film in the cyborg series, failed to draw big crowds in the U.S., but overseas it’s a different story. The Paramount Pictures and Skydance release scored the fourth-biggest opening day for a U.S. release in the country, picking up $27.4 million after debuting Sunday across 25,000 locations. That pushes its worldwide total to $335.1 million, with roughly three quarters of that haul coming from abroad.

It was a very good weekend for Paramount and Skydance, which also fielded the second-highest grossing film on the foreign charts, “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation.” The sequel snagged $25.2 million from 63 territories, pushing its worldwide haul to $438.6 million. A China debut is slated for Sept. 8.

[pmc-related-link href=”” type=”See More:” target=”_self”]‘Terminator Genisys” Weapons: Arnold Schwarzenegger Got Biggest Gun[/pmc-related-link]

In third place, “Bride Wars,” a Chinese remake of the…

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Take a beloved game and mix it in with a spaghetti western theme and you come up with a very fun, entertaining short film.  Also the wardrobe design by Volente Design is great. The score by Chris Hurn is very reminiscent of the score from those old Clint Eastwood westerns.

Source: YouTube, io9

A Slightly Odd Take Of World Of Nerdom


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