After some unfortunate news that Star Wars spinoff films would be taking some time off after the release and ify reception of Solo: A Star Wars Story back in May of 2018, some fantastic news has risen from the ashes of ever seeing more lightsaber on lightsaber action!
Now that the spoiler ban has been lifted by The Marvel Cinematic Universe, (yes, there actually was a ban. The Russo Brothers applied one from the release of the movie until May 6th 2019), we can discuss storyline and plot, character deaths, how Thor really doesn’t look all that bad with a Dad Bod…
So it seems that another person has thought up and self declared a better ending to a Star Wars film. This time it isn’t some random super fan on Reddit coming up with an amazing retcon that somehow makes The Force Awakens connect to The Old Republic, oh no no, this time it’s none other than Mr. Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.
Ok. So more of like a 7 minute tease video without a lot of details or even a release date, but we did get some interesting insight from today’s Pokemon Direct that aired live on Nintendo’s Official YouTube.
Reggie Fils-Aime, long time Nintendo of America President, will be retiring with Nintendo’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing Doug Bowser (yeah, talk about marketability!) replacing him on April 15th of this year.
Now, what’s better than a little geek breaking news that also sits perfectly well with "Breaking Down The Breakdown,” (our favorite segment on the Morning After Music Show)….Nothing. Nothing is better.
Most of the time our news is happy and full new and exciting details of the nerd world. Though, with all good things, life is not always perfect. Today happens to be one of those times where our beautiful nerdy world isn’t so perfect.
I’m sitting in front of the TV, the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Direct is on, I’m thinking, “Of course, there’s going to be at least a few more characters. We have to round off the character list at an even 70. It doesn’t make sense not to.”
Now, please don’t hold this rumor to anything set in stone, but Netflix’s Castlevania Producer Adi Shankar is possibly in talks with Nintendo. (In my opinion, that’s a big statement, if not an even bigger “possibly.” Nintendo is not a fan of other messing with their stuff.)
Sure, you may have 100% finished the game a day or two after release like some people, (not me, I’m not a loser. I have a life…) but now with the first chapter of its planned DLC “The City That Never Sleeps” dropping next week on Oct. 23rd, and New Game Plus available tomorrow, it may be time to put the suit pack on.
Back in August Hellboy actor David Harbour officially (kind of) announced that they had wrapped filming the reboot of Hellboy, but even with that announcement, we as fans have been left in the dark on much of the project.
Things in the Pokemon world are building up to the November release of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! for the Nintendo Switch. The latest news seems to be a surprising one considering fans did not expect to see new Pokémon added to the roster to what is essentially a remake of the 1998 title Pokémon Yellow.
A true and legitimate take on a live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender is coming to Netflix spawned on by the success of The Dragon Prince. This time, thankfully, we get the epic story of Aang and Team Avatar in a series instead of a rushed film, and we get Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko to oversee the project instead of M. Night Shyamalan.
Generally, we would wait for the Merch Alert segment of GRM News to talk about all the goodies that a top echelon video game publish releases during the week, but not this time GRMs! Nintendo released some glorious banger announcements that we should all be excited about!
If you haven't had a chance to see the series finale of arguably the most influential cartoon in modern cartooning, then please kindly leave this article, and question why a 26 year old man is telling you go watch cartoons...
The drama with the Guardians of The Galaxy is not stopping anytime soon. It seemed as though we were gearing up to move forward with production since the actors wrote a letter of support for Director James Gunn, with Marvel Studios even trying to convince Disney to reinstate him.
Twenty One Pilots finally closed out their Trench trilogy with the track Levitate. The track, like the other two songs, came with a video that makes a nice little film if you watch all three, (Jumpsuit, Nico and The Niners, and now Levitate), in order.