This Week in Geek


  • Buffy fans rejoice! Willow and Oz are going to reunite (sorta) on How I Met Your Mother. (Jezebel)
  • Have you ever wondered how many zombies have died on The Walking Dead? Andrew Barr and Richard Johnson of The National Post figured it out. (The National Post)
  • Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan Labyrinth is becoming a stage musical. (Deadline Hollywood)
  • A first look at season four of Justified!
  • An oral history of one of the greatest single season comedies ever, Freaks and Geeks. (Vanity Fair)
  • Warner Bros. released a 13-minute television special for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. (Latino Review)
  • Dennis Haysbert is going to take over for Michael Clarke Duncan in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. (Splash Page)
  • Kristen Wiig is in talks to join Anchorman 2. (Bleeding Cool)
  • More former X-Men might be returning for X-Men: Days of Future Past. (Splash Page)
  • New teaser trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness.
  • It looks like Tron 3 is going to happen. (Topless Robot)
  • Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies are heading to Netflix. (Vulture)
  • Wait? Who decided that a remake of Scarface would be a good idea? (Latino Review)
  • A first look at Ender’s Game. (EW)
  • They are already developing a sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim. (Screen Rant)
  • Jason Alexander is going to guest star on Community. (EW)
  • Shawn Ryan (The Shield, Terriers) is developing Badlands for HBO. (AV Club)
  • Sigh.  It looks like Jamie Foxx is confirmed as Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Latino Review)
  • Also, Dane DeHaan (Chronicle) has been cast as Harry Osborn. (Latino Review)
  • Sad news. Karen Berger is stepping down from DC Comics. She was responsible for some of the greatest DC Comics ever when she was Executive Editor of DC Vertigo – Sandman, The Preacher, Hellblazer. (Bleeding Cool)
  • The villain for the Justice League movie has been revealed and should be no surprise to any comic fan. (Bleeding Cool)
  • Will X-Files 3 ever happen? (Screen Rant)
  • HBO released a production featurette for season three of Game of Thrones.
  • Rick McCallum, producer of the Star Wars prequels and re-releases, is leaving Lucasfilm. (Vulture)
  • CBS orders a pilot for an adaptation of Stephen King’s Under the Dome. (Screen Rant)
  • Who’s in the running for Cinderella in Mark Romanek’s live-action adaptation? (Bleeding Cool)
  • Because no one asked, The Killing is coming back for season three. (Vulture)
  • New photos from Iron Man 3. (Latino Review)
  • Manu Bennett (Crixus from Spartacus) has been cast as Deathstroke in Arrow (Splash Page)


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