From movies, to television, to comics, to video games and more, we’ve picked a few highlights from the last seven days to help spurn conversation - but feel free to discuss any topic (within reason) that catches your fancy. This week, we've brought back Geek Picks as well - just a few items we've discovered that you might find interesting.
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If you're a fan of Princess Buttercup, Wesley, "love at first sight" and fantastic prints, then definitely take a look at this artwork by Lorelay Bove over at Bottleneck Gallery.
Everything old is new again, as news comes from the music front that the late-David Bowie and Trevor Jones' classic soundtrack for the fantasy movie Labyrinth will be getting a vinyl re-release.
In the world of board games comes news that Winning Solutions has created a version of Monopoly, befitting enough that Optimus Prime and his fellow Autbots could play it on Cybertron. The amazing board is so classy that it literallytransforms to hang on any geek's wall. Bad news: It comes with a dinobot-sized price tag of $500.
Deadpool 2 is going to be a thing and Kerry Washington is one of the "lucky" ladies testing for part.
Niko Caro feels like an excellent choice for this movie. Now we're just waiting for the Eddie Murphy/Mushu news...
Take this with a grain of salt(water), but a reliable source says Marvel's favorite Atlantean could soon be coming to a big screen near you.
An Oscar-winning action director being sought out to direct an action movie? What a novel idea.
The Duffer Brothers have thought long and hard about their hit show on Netflix, planning it out for many seasons. Does that mean there's a Twelve, Thirteen or Fourteen?
If you're a fan of the nerds and geeks on the Big Bang Theory, then you'll find this news exciting. If you're one of the show's many critics, we've got bad news for you...
BBC America will be the future landing area for MacFarlane's gritty cops from his popular Spawn comic series. With Kevin Smith writing the show, things could get very interesting.
We're getting closer to seeing the new Saban's Power Rangers in theaters and this new trailer gives us a look at the movie's "humor" - uh oh.
In this comedy/drama, Anne Hathaway plays an alcoholic who can mentally control a giant, building-smashing monster. It's probably a poorly hidden allegory but we'll watch it anyway.
Scarlett Johansson is The Major - a butt-kicking, ninja-like android who shoots first and never takes names. If you need more information than that, this movie probably isn't for you.
Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler want to send their daughter to college but can't afford it, so they do what any parent would do in that situation - open an illegal, underground casino.
"Spectre of the Gun" certainly had people talking this past week - unfortunately, it wasn't in a good way.
Since his drunken, anti-Semitic tirade a few years ago, Gibson has struggled to get back in the general public's good graces. Could directing a movie in the DCEU change that?
From The Dark Knight, to Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - these are the times a franchise's sequel turned out better than its predecessor.
You've probably played these games at some point in your gamer life but dang it, you can't remember the name. We've solve that problem for you.
Opening This Week
Collide - Watch the Trailer
Nicholas Hoult, Felicity Jones, and Anthony Hopkins star in this action/drama about an American backpacker, a group of drug smugglers and German's infamous Autobahn.
Rock Dog - Watch the Trailer
Luke Wilson, Eddie Izzard, and J.K. Simmons lend their voices to this animated tale about a Tibetan Mastiff that leaves his home, going on a wild journey in hopes of fulfilling his life-long dream of becoming a musician.
Get Out - Watch the Trailer
Written and directed by Jordan Peele, this horror movie stars Daniel Kaluuya as Chris, who visits his white girlfriend Rose's (Allison Williams) family estate. Peele has said the movie's message is a warning about "white liberal racism."