No telling how long this will last, but Amazon and Best Buy have season one of “Game of Thrones” available for $34.99. That’s about 60 percent off the MSRP of $79.98. So, grab it while you can, cause this a pretty righteous price for a very righteous show.
It doesn’t come out until March 6, but this is the cheapest a preorder option has been.
Movies.com has a wonderful article featuring a retired Navy SEAL captain discussing a number of movies that depict SEALs and their tactics. It’s, no doubt, in conjunction with the upcoming film, “Act of Valor,” which features real SEALs using real tactics they use in the field.
The former captain is never named, but some of the insight he gives is pretty entertaining and interesting.
This is the best news I’ve read all day: NBC’s “Community” is returning March 15.
No word on if the show will be renewed for a new season, but at least us fans won’t be left hanging.
It was bound to happen: A major motion picture company has finally inked a deal with a streaming service for exclusive rights to their films.
The Weinstein Co. and Netflix came to an agreement recently on a multiyear deal, where Netflix gets licensing rights to movies released by Weinstein Co. These movies include Oscar hopeful “The Artist,” as well as, “W.E.” and “The Intouchables.”
Ugh. If “Comic Book Men” doesn’t pick up in the next couple episodes, I might have to drop it from my watch list. The series’ premiere left much to be desired, and the second episode’s retelling of Kevin Smith‘s “Clerks” was boring and, frankly, an unsurprising move.
Now that was an episode.
Tonight’s “Walking Dead” hit every spot I could want from the survival-horror show. It had a balanced dose of drama and action, and had a little bit of every character, enough to update us on their frame of mind at this point in the show.
EW has an exclusive look at the sixth issue in DC Comics’ “The Dark Knight” series, and it seems supervillain extraordinaire Bane will make a hard-hitting appearance. Check out the cover (which is a throwback to the famous image at the top of this post) for issue No. 6 after the jump.
Breaking News – Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog to Present at 84th Academy Awards
Finally! Something worth watching the Academy Awards for!
Check out the complete story.
A good friend sent me this link, and upon clicking on it, I was greeted by this picture:
That’s George Lucas‘ daughter, Amanda. She’s a mixed martial arts fighter and is set for some big showdown in Tokyo. The Sports Illustrated article is pretty lengthy, as it not only details (in great length) the sports side of all of this (duh, it’s SI), but also gets her feelings on the cross-promotion she has to put up with.
A friend pointed me to this YouTube video of Nicolas Cage‘s best movie quotes. So, I’ll just leave this here for you guys. It does have some NSFW language, so now you know.