Category Archive: Television

Apr 22

Web Series – Mortal Kombat: Legacy – Episode 2

Okay, just keeping everyone up to date, here is the second episode of the new Warner Bros. produced web series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy”. For more information about this series refer to the previous post about episode one. You can find that here. How are you doing with this series? Are you enjoying it? Comment below.

Apr 20

A Sad Day For Geeks: Elisabeth Sladen Dies at 63

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British actress best know for playing Sarah Jane on TV’s “Doctor Who” has died after a long fight with cancer. The character first appeared on “Doctor Who” in the 70’s as the companion to The Doctor played by Tom Baker. I have to admit that as a young boy I had a mad crush on …

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Apr 14

Web Series – Mortal Kombat: Legacy – Episode 1

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About a year ago, on The Geek Actually Podcast, we talked about this strange little video that seemed to be a “Mortal Kombat” fan film, we speculated that it could be a new film, elaborate promotion for the new game or possibly a TV series, well a year later here it is. “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” …

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Apr 05

Trailer: The Governator

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Okay, we talked about this stupid thing on Film Actually and now a trailer has been released. Oh my god this looks stupid. We also found out that a 3D theatrical release is now planned for this garbage. Here is the first trailer for the new animated TV series starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, “The Governator”. What …

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Mar 31

TV’s Wonder Woman Gets A Costume Update

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I don’t know if they listened to the fans or they just realised that what they had looked like an off the shelf Halloween costume, but the producers of TV’s new “Wonder Woman” have fixed the costume up a little. We can see the costume updates from these set photos from the production of the …

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Mar 22

Adrianne Palicki as Wonder Woman

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There is a very fine line you walk when making a superhero show, it is really easy to slip into camp and silly. Christopher Nolan (“Batman Begins” & “The Dark Knight”) and Jon Favreau (“Iron Man” & “Iron Man 2”) got it right, Joel Schumacher (“Batman Forever” & “Batman & Robin”) did not. When you …

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