Legion Trailer 2- X-Men Series

It’s almost like Marvel said “Sure you can make a series with an X-man, BUT we get to pick him………and we want you to fail miserably”. Not even remotely close to the any of the X-man I would have chosen for a TV series. What it DOES have going for it is that I saw FX’s FARGO and Noah Hawley is a very good writer.

The trailer does not tell you much and is a bit too “cerebral” for my tastes but at the end of the day that’s Legion(David Haller) for you. Who knows? This could be Fox’s new “TV Deadpool”………..or not even close.

TPCCafe Space Corn The Final Frontier


Hey lady and germs Scott and I are back again with a space suit full of news.

NASA Space Poop

No Obi Wan???

X-Men Blue and Gold

Kevin Smith talks about Buckaroo Banzai

Eddy Murphy and Star Trek

Back to the Future Reboot?

Ron Glass

The Arrival

Fox release dates for future X-Men movies

Introduction of Comic book in TV hurting Comic values?

Scott’s comic review

Plus WYTA, Free Styling and other nonsense.

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Valerian- City of a thousand Planets

Looks like I’m spending a little more time here in the trailer park this morning. Looking at the first teaser for the movie of the same name based off the French comic series created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean Claude Mezieres.

I have to admit I’m not that familiar with this series but Luc Besson is in the directors chair so that’s a thumbs up for me so far. The trailer LOOKS beautiful. The CGI looks on par with James Camerons AVATAR .

HOWEVER, there is not a lot of dialogue in the trailer and that worries me. I’ve seen the two young actors before, but not in anything memorable. Oh, and I saw Rhianna too….yep….Rhianna is in this movie.



This is a trailer for a sci- fi film coming up starring Sam Neill and Tom Payne. The trailer itself is a bit muddled ,but the jist I’m getting from it is   “what if there was a possibility of putting the actions of your brain into someone elses body?”.

I found the back ground music very distracting but the CGI looks relatively well done. I’ve always thought Sam Neill was an underrated actor so I’d probably give this a look.