UPDATE: Episode One airs tonight in the US on BBC America. It is preceded by a clip/preview show with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan. Episode three aired today in the UK. All we will say is “toyetic.” Reminder: Season One/Season 31 of Dr. Who (exec producer Steven Moffat says don’t call it Season Five) with […]
Fresh from Richard Thompson’s blog, news that there are four more animated shorts based on the amazingly-super comic strip Cul de Sac.
Discuss last night’s Lost episode, “Everybody Loves Hugo”, here. More analysis Thursday.
Well, not at all what most of us expected, I would hazard a guess to say. Let’s discuss after the break, shall we.
Crazy Claire certainly appears to be just that, doesn’t she? Let’s discuss it after the jump.
Well, Lindelof and Cuse had teased a return of the numbers. And well…., let’s discuss it after the jump.
The new trailer for TOY STORY 3. Look for a special cameo in the trailer. Some people are already wondering if this can do AVATAR numbers. Well, if they charge $3-5 “3D fees,” I guess it’s possible.
One benefit of this column’s delay is, for once, a chance to read the legions of blogs and chats about the show before writing. So, in lieu of a running diary after the jump, some quick thoughts.
The Beat tweets: My billion dollar idea for the day: Peanuts special that airs every year on SB Sunday Eve called “The Day Charlie Brown Kicked the Football” Enjoy the game (or the commercials) if you watch.
Time once again for the “Lost” running diary after the jump. Spoilers ahoy, you are forewarned. A brief mention about the clip show before the premiere. Michael Emerson could probably spend the rest of his career doing voice-overs. So very great.