Well, apparently one does.
I don’t know if anyone else saw this coming, but I was completely blindsided.
Disney just bought Lucasfilm, including the rights to all their films – and most importantly, Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
Apparently, due to some rights issues with Paramount, Indy is just going to retire. That’s sad, but possibly for the best.
On the other hand, Disney has already announced that they are going to release Star . . . → Read More: Star Wars VII, VIII, IX… and beyond?!
The time is shortly upon us.
The wait is nearly over.
Let the glorious holiday IMAX season BEGIN!!!
Wait… let me get my oxygen…
Okay. I feel better now. Got a little giddy there for a second.
There are three movies left in 2010 that I really want to see in theaters. Back in March I reviewed the trailers for a bunch of 2010 films and picked a list of about 12 movies I was . . . → Read More: Holiday trailers – Tron: Legacy, Narnia 3, and HP:TDH
Stop, right now. Don’t read anything else. Just click the play button below. Okay, I’ll forgive you if hit the Expand button first. Seriously. Do it. Now.
Did you watch it? You’re not allowed to read the rest of this post until you’ve watched it! I’ll let you go if you didn’t watch it full screen, but you’re not doing yourself any favors.
Okay, lets get on with it.
Obviously what you’ve just seen . . . → Read More: Tron: Legacy – new trailer
It looks like we’re headed into another year of big movies. I’m getting all fan-boy giddy just thinking about what’s coming.
On the heels of Avatar, though, it seems like every big movie is being filmed in 3-D. While I’m okay with that, it means two things: feeling a little weird wearing those glasses, and higher ticket prices. Just going to a 2-D movie is more than I want to pay for movies these days. . . . → Read More: Movies 2010 – must see or must miss?
I’ve got one year to make up my mind. Maybe it won’t seem like as big of a deal then. But for right now? I must have it.
I haven’t been this excited about a video game in years. Yeah, there have been games I’ve really wanted, and those that the trailer got me excited for, but for each of them, if it wasn’t a PC-compatible game, I didn’t even consider them beyond thinking, “maybe . . . → Read More: Could this be the one?
Back in January I wrote a bit about Randy Pausch’s “Last Lecture”:
Everything about this recording is interesting to me:
From a technology standpoint, what he has achieved and set in motion From a teaching standpoint, how he delivered the lecture – the design, “tech elements”, and presentation style From an emotional standpoint, how he pulls it together in the end. Absolutely perfect. From a personal standpoint, how he comes across as completely genuine and . . . → Read More: Randy Pausch passes on