The Geekly Forecast: November 2nd – November 8th, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!


BD/DVD: Whether you got a super-deep meaning out of it, or just enjoyed the touchy-feelyness of it, Inside Out is a movie that would do well joining the classic Pixar home collection. You had me at “Bing Bong.”
 This week marks the return of a lot of sitcoms for the fall, but we’re still like “yeah, yeah, whatever. The Walking Dead is on!”
Like you even had a chance, Snoopy! Spectre is coming to theaters; this is Bond’s weekend. The movie has shattered UK’s record for openings. However, nobody would blame you for seeing Peanuts or Trumbo instead.
Music: Alright fellas, it’s time to “buy the album for your girlfriend” again. This week is highlighted by releases from Ellie Goulding, Sara Bareilles, Charlie Puth, and Sam Smith. “She’ll” love it.

Monday, November 2nd

Last Tango in Halifax: Season 3

Blindspot – “Sent on Tour” (NBC)
Fargo – “Fear and Trembling” (FX)
Gotham – “Rise of the Villains: Mommy’s Little Monster” (FOX)

Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Mark Ruffalo, Constance Wu, Mash-Up Monday with “Color Me Bradd” (Color Me Badd & Brad Paisley)” (ABC)
Minority Report – “Honor Among Theives” (FOX)
Supergirl – “Stronger Together” (CBS)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Allison Janney, Colin Quinn, Margaret Cho” (CBS)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – “Bryan Cranston, Rachel Maddow, Andrea Bocelli” (NBC)

Tuesday, November 3rd

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
10,000 Days
A LEGO Brickumentary
Before We Go
Black Sails: Season 2
Doctor Who: Series 9, Part 1
Digging for Fire
Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas
Getting On: Season 2
Inside Out
Saving Christmas
She’s Funny That Way
The End of the Tour
The Final Girls
Tiger House
Toy Story That Time Forgot

Do I Sound Gay? (2014)
Julius Jr.: Season 2
The Midnight Swim (2014)

Fresh Off the Boat – “Good Morning Orlando” (ABC)
iZombie – “Love & Basketball” (The CW)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Sharon Stone, Dave Bautista, Jason Aldean” (ABC)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – “Among Us Hide…” (ABC)
The Bastard Executioner – “Broken Things/Toredig Pethau” (FX)
The Flash – “The Darkness and the Light” (The CW)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Antonio Banderas, Reed Hastings, John Irving” (CBS)
The Mindy Project – “TBD” (Hulu)
The Muppets  – “The Ex-Factor” (ABC)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – “Bill O’Reilly, Paul Bettany, Alanis Morissette” (NBC)
Wicked City – “Running with the Devil” (ABC)

Video Games
Anno 2205 (Win)
Need for Speed (PS4, XBO)
Dragon Fin Soup (Win, PS3, PS4, PSVita, Mac, Lin)

Wednesday, November 4th

Comic Books:
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: November 4th, 2015.
Also be sure to check out which Marvel Hip-Hop variants are out this week!

American Horror Story: Hotel – “Room Service” (FX)
Arrow – “Haunted” (The CW)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Seth Rogen” (ABC)
Star Wars Rebels – “Brothers of the Broken Horn” (Disney XD)
Supernatural – “Thin Lizzie” (The CW)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Daniel Craig, Elizabeth Gilbert, Dr. Eugene Cheng” (CBS)
The League – “The Yank Banker” (FXX)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – “Aziz Ansari, Christie Brinkley, Wayne Federman” (NBC)

Thursday, November 5th

Amapola (2014)
Amour Fou (2014)
The Runner (2015)

Bones – “The Senator in the Street Sweeper” (FOX)
Elementary – “The Past is Parent” (CBS)
Grey’s Anatomy – “The Me Nobody Knows” (ABC)
Haven – “Perditus” (SyFy)
Heroes Reborn – “June 13 – Part 2” (NBC)
How to Get Away with Murder – “I Want You to Die” (ABC)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Sen. Hillary Clinton, Bob Odenkirk, David Cross” (ABC)
Scandal – “Even the Devil Deserves a Second Chance” (ABC)
Sleepy Hollow – “This Red Lady From Caribee” (FOX)
The Big Bang Theory – “The Spock Resonance” (CBS)
The Blacklist – “Sir Crispin Crandall” (NBC)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Bryan Cranston, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Shamir” (CBS)
The Originals – “The Axeman’s Letter” (The CW)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – “Martin Short, Saoirse Ronan, Harry Connick Jr., Stanley Jordan” (NBC)
The Vampire Diaries – “Live Through This” (The CW)

Friday, November 6th

Miss You Already
The Peanuts Movie

Bjork – Vulnicura Strings
Bob Dylan – The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12
Charlie Puth – Nine Track Mind
Ellie Goulding – Delirium
Sam Smith – In the Lonely Hour [Drowning Shadows Edition]
Sara Bareilles – What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress
Seal – 7
Tim McGraw – Damn Country Music

Care Bears & Cousins: Season 1
Master of None: Season 1

Grimm – “Clear and Wesen Danger” (NBC)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Whoopi Goldberg, Gov. John Kasich, Glen Hansard” (CBS)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – “Christoph Waltz, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Meghan Trainor” (NBC)
Z Nation – “Rozwell” (SyFy)

Video Games
Call of Duty: Black Ops III (PS4/XBO/PC/PS3/XB360)

Saturday, November 7th

LeapFrog Letter Factory: Great Shape Mystery (2015)

Doctor Who – “The Zygon Inversion” (BBC America)
Sonic Boom – “Counter Productive” (Cartoon Network)

Sunday, November 8th

Bob’s Burgers – “Gayle Makin’ Bob Sled” (FOX)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – “Into the Woods” (FOX)
Family Guy
 – “Peter, Chris & Brian” (FOX)
Homeland – “Parabiosis” (Showtime)
Madam Secretary – “Catch and Release” (CBS)
Once Upon a Time – “Nimue” (ABC)
The Good Wife – “Lies” (CBS)
The Leftover– “Episode 6” (HBO)
The Librarians – “And What Lies Beneath the Stones” (TNT)
The Simpsons – “Friend with Benefit” (FOX)
The Walking Dead – “Now” (AMC)

The Geekly Forecast: September 21st – September 27th, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!


TV: HOLY MOTHER OF GOD IT IS AUTUMN. Forget raking this week because everything is premiering. Just everything.
 You have two weeks to catch up on The Walking DeadGood thing Season 5 is out this week!
Save your money and catch up on your DVR, which again, will be chock full of TV premieres!
 Disclosure is back with Round 2. Let’s see if they’ll “Latch” onto us. Hee hee.

Monday, September 21st

Gotham: Season 1
The Following: Season 3

Blindspot – “Pilot” (NBC)
Castle – “XY” (ABC)
Gotham – “Rise of the Villains: Damned if You Do…” (FOX)

Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Bill O’Reilly, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Robin Thicke” (ABC)
Minority Report – “Pilot” (FOX)
The Big Bang Theory – “The Matrimonial Momentum” (CBS)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Steph Curry, Ted Cruz, Don Henley” (CBS)
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – “Carly Fiorina, Ryan Reynolds, Shawn Mendes” (NBC)

Tuesday, September 22nd

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Arrow: Season 3
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Cristela: Season 1
King of the Hill: Season 12
Modern Family: Season 6
Pitch Perfect 2
Saint Laurent
The Flash: Season 1
The Last Man on Earth: Season 1

Philomena (2013)
SMOSH: The Movie (2015)

Face Off – “Judgment Day” (SyFy)
Fresh Off the Boat – “Family Business Trip” (ABC)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Kerry Washington, Lea Michele, Travis Scott” (ABC)
Real Husbands of Hollywood – “The Great American Hero” (BET)
Scream Queens – “Pilot, Hell Week” (FOX)
The Bastard Executioner – “Effigy/Ddelw” (FX)
The Muppets – “Pig Girls Don’t Cry” (ABC)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Donald Trump, Dr. Ernest Moniz, Raury” (CBS)
The Mindy Project – “C if for Coward” (Hulu)
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – “Anne Hathaway, Anthony Anderson, A Great Big World” (NBC)

Video Games:
Blood Bowl 2 (Win, PS4, XBO)
FIFA 16 (Win, PS4, XBO)
Soma (Win, Mac, Lin, PS4)

Wednesday, September 23rd

Comic Books:
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: September 23rd, 2015.

The Loft (2015)

black-ish – “The Word” (ABC)
Empire – “The Devils are Here” (FOX)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Don Johnson, James Taylor” (ABC)
Modern Family – “Summer Lovin'” (ABC)
Moonbeam City – “Lights! Camera! Reenaction!” (Comedy Central)
Rosewood – “Pilot” (FOX)
South Park – “Where My Country Gone?” (Comedy Central)
The Goldbergs – “A Kick-Ass Risky Business Party” (ABC)
The Jim Gaffigan Show – “Wonderful” (TV Land)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Hugh Jackman, Hugh Evans, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Pearl Jam ” (CBS)
The League – “The Blind Spot” (FXX)
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – “James Spader, Andrew Rannells, Brian Regan” (NBC)

Thursday, September 24th

Iris (2014)

Dominion – “Day of Wrath” (SyFy)
Grey’s Anatomy – “Sledgehammer” (ABC)
Heroes Reborn – “Brave New World” and “Odessa” (NBC)
How to Get Away with Murder – “It’s Time to Move On” (ABC)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Shonda Rhimes, Dave Salmoni, Jill Scott” (ABC)
Scandal – “Heavy is the Head” (ABC)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Andrew Sullivan, Maria Shriver, Jim Gaffigan, Archbishop Thomas Wenski, YMCA Jerusalem Youth Chorus, the Choir of St. Jean Baptiste” (CBS)
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – “Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Chris Hardwick, Big Grams, Mickey Dolenz” (NBC)

Friday, September 25th

99 Homes
A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story
Hotel Transylvania 2
Labyrinth of Lies
Mississippi Grind
The Green Inferno
The Intern
The Keeping Room
The Reflektor Tapes

Avicii – Stories
Chvrches – Every Open Eye
Disclosure – Caracal
Doe Paoro – After
Don Henley – Cass County
Fetty Wap – Fetty Wap
Julie Holter – Have You in My Wilderness
Los Lobos – Gates of Gold
Patty Griffin – Servant of Love
Silversun Pickups – Better Nature
The Game – The Documentary 2
The Underachievers – Evermore – The Art of Duality

Blue Bloods: Season 5
Hawaii Five-O: Season 5
Parenthood: Season 6

Girl Meets World – “Girl Meets Rileytown” (Disney)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Malala Yousafzai, Kerry Washington, The Arcs” (CBS)
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – “Fred Savage, Walk the Moon” (NBC)
Z Nation – “Zombie Road” (SyFy)

Saturday, September 26th

The Canyons (2013)

Blunt Talk – “Goodnight, My Someone” (Starz)
Doctor Who – “The Magician’s Apprentice” (BBC America)
Sonic Boom – “It Wasn’t Me, It Was the One-Armed Hedge” (Cartoon Network)
Ultimate Spider-Man – “The Revenge of Arnim Zola” (Disney XD)

Sunday, September 27th

The Walking Dead: Season 5

Bob’s Burgers – “Sliding Bobs” (FOX)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – “New Captain” (FOX)
Family Guy – “Peternormal Activity” (FOX)
Fear the Walking Dead – “Cobalt” (AMC)
Masters of Sex – “Full Ten Court” (Showtime)
Once Upon a Time – “The Dark Swan” (ABC)
Project Greenlight – “Episode Three” (HBO)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – “Annihilation: Earth!” (Nickelodeon)
The Simpsons – “Every Man’s Dream” (FOX)
The Strain – “Fallen Light” (FX)

The Geekly Forecast: August 24th – 30th, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!


TV: Fear the Walking Dead was a huge disappointment, and frankly, the rest of the line up this week is, too. Turn off the TV. Go outside. Enjoy fresh air.
 Eh…. see above.
Again, nothing too good. Catch up on other summer flicks you missed, or just, ya know, do something that doesn’t involve a screen.
 Summer is almost over, so you might as well get The Weeknd‘s Beauty Behind the Madness while you can still show some skin. It will be the only good form of entertainment you have this week, anyway.

Monday, August 24th

Aqua Teen Hunger Force – “The Last One Forever and Ever (For Real This Time) (We Fucking Mean It)” (Cartoon Network)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Bob Odenkirk, Patricia Clarkson, Tobias Jesso Jr.” (ABC)
Murder in the First – “Number Thirty Nine” (TNT)
So You Think You Can Dance – “Season 12 Top 8” (FOX)
Teen Wolf – “Status Asthmaticus” (MTV)
The Whispers – “Traveller in the Dark” (ABC)

Tuesday, August 25th

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Big Game
Criminal Minds: Season 10
Elementary: Season 3
King of the Hill: Season 11
Lila & Eve
October Gale
Revenge: Season 4
Skin Trade
The Good Wife: Season 6
The Mindy Project: Season 3
The Runner
The Walking Dead: Season 5
Two Days, One Night
Where Hope Grows

Face Off – “The Gatekeepers” (SyFy)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Seth MacFarlane, Brian Grazer, Halsey” (ABC)
Real Husbands of Hollywood – “When Kevin Met Salli” (BET)
Scream The TV Series – “The Dance” (MTV)
Tyrant  – “Desert Storm” (FX)

Video Games:
Amnesia: Memories (PSVita)
Dishonored: Defnitive Edition (PS4, XBO)
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition (XBO)
I Am Bread (PS4)
Madden NFL 16 (PS3, PS4, X360, XBO)
Mega Man Legacy Collection (Win, PS4, XBO)
Nova-111 (PS3, PS4, PSVita, Win)
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 (PS4, PS3, PSVita, Win)
Shadowrun: Hong Kong (Win, Mac, Lin)
Steins; Gate (PS3, PSVita)
Until Dawn (PS4)

Wednesday, August 26th

Comic Books:
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: August 26th, 2015.

America’s Best Dance Crew: Road to the VMA’s – “Episode 5” (MTV)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Miley Cyrus, Ali Wentworth, Andy Grammer” (ABC)
Key and Peele – “Hollywood Sequel Doctor” (Comedy Central)
Last Comic Standing – “The Semifinals Part 2” (NBC)
Mr. Robot – “eps1.9zer0-daY.avi” (USA)
The Jim Gaffigan Show – “My Friend the Priest” (TV Land)
Why? With Hannibal Buress – “Episode 8” (Comedy Central)

Thursday, August 27th

Byzantium (2012)
White God (2014)

Beauty and the Beast – “Sins of the Fathers” (CW)
Dominion – “The Longest Mile Home” (SyFy)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Pierce Brosnan, Rami Malek, Lamb of God” (ABC)
Under the Dome – “Love is a Battlefield” (CBS)

Friday, August 28th

No Escape
Queen of Earth
The Second Mother
War Room
We are Your Friends
Z for Zachariah

Beach House – Depression Cherry
Tamaryn – Crane Kiss
The Weeknd – Beauty Behind the Madness
Tijuana Panthers – Poster
Young Thug – Hy!£UN35

Inspector Gadget: Season 2 (2015 series)
Narcos: Season 1
Once Upon a Time: Season 4
Revenge: Season 4

Dark Matter – “Episode 12” (SyFy)
Defiance – “Upon the March We Fittest Die” (SyFy)

Saturday, August 29th

Ride (2015)


Hannibal – “The Wrath of the Lamb” (NBC)
Hell on Wheels – “False Prophets” (AMC)
Sonic Boom – “Bro Down Showdown” (Cartoon Network)
Transformers: Robots in Disguise  – “Ghosts and Imposters” (Cartoon Network)

Sunday, August 30th

Muffin Top: A Love Story (2014)

Falling Skies – “Reborn” (TNT)
Fear the Walking Dead – “So Close, Yet So Far” (AMC)
Masters of Sex – “Surrogates” (Showtime)
Rick and Morty – “The Ricks Must be Crazy” (Cartoon Network)
Show Me a Hero “Episodes 5 & 6” (HBO)
The Strain – “Intruders” (FX)

The Geekly Forecast: August 17th – 23rd, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!


TV: The premiere of Fear the Walking Dead is this Sunday, and there is no way you are going to miss it and still go on the internet afterward. Watch it!
 Did you miss out on Shawn’s return to Corey’s life? Then catch up on Girl Meets World: Season 1.
This week isn’t great for movies (too bad, because Friday is my birthday), but American Ultra has potential.
This week in music feels a lot like the early 2000’s. Honestly, I have nothing to recommend.

Monday, August 17th

Aqua Teen Hunger Force – “Hospice” (Cartoon Network)
Girl Code – “Season Four, Episode Twelve” (MTV)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Halle Berry, Josh Groban” (ABC)
Murder in the First – “Down Time” (TNT)
So You Think You Can Dance – “Season 12 Top 10” (FOX)
Teen Wolf – “Lies of Omission” (MTV)
The Whispers – “Homesick” (ABC)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Zac Efron, Fran Lebowitz, Amazing Grace” (NBC)

Tuesday, August 18th

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
5 to 7
Atlantis: Season 2, Part 2
Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem
Grey’s Anatomy: Season 11
Lambert and Stamp
Little Boy
Mike and Molly: Season 5
NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 6
NCIS: Season 12
Once Upon a Time: Season 4
Rookie Blue: Season 5
The Blacklist: Season 2
The Riot Club

Face Off – “Frightful Fiction” (SyFy)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Johnny Knoxville, Steph Curry, Kelly Clarkson” (ABC)
Scream The TV Series – “Ghosts” (MTV)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Taraji P. Henson, Edward Burns, Sam Hunt” (NBC)
Tyrant  – “Zanjir” (FX)

Video Games:
Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal (PSVita)
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Win)
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (PSVita)
Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 4 – Escape Plan Bravo (Win, Mac, PS3, PS4)
Volume (PS4, PSVita, Win, Mac)
Zombi (Win, PS4, XBO)

Wednesday, August 19th

Comic Books:
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: August 19th, 2015.

Real Husbands of Hollywood: Season 3

America’s Best Dance Crew: Road to the VMA’s – “Crews’ Control” (MTV)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Queen Latifah, John McEnroe, Mumford & Sons” (ABC)
Key and Peele – “MC Mom” (Comedy Central)
Last Comic Standing – “The Semifinals Part 1” (NBC)
Mr. Robinson – “Can’t Buy Me Love” (NBC)
Mr. Robot – “eps1.8m1rr0r1ng.qt” (USA)
Skin Wars – “The Grand Illusion” (GSN)
The Jim Gaffigan Show – “Go Shorty, It’s Your Birthday” (TV Land)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Heidi Klum, David Oyelowo, Carly Rae Jepsen, Bernard Fowler” (NBC)
Why? With Hannibal Buress – “Episode 7” (Comedy Central)
Wild ‘n Out – “Shaquille O’Neal/ Migos” (MTV 2)

Thursday, August 20th

Strange Empire: Season 1

Beauty and the Beast – “Unbreakable” (CW)
Dominion – “Lay Thee Before Kings” (SyFy)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Topher Grace, Lily Tomlin” (ABC)
Reactor – “Episode 6” (SyFy)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Rachel Maddow, Artie Lange, The Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald” (NBC)
Under the Dome – “Legacy” (CBS)

Friday, August 21st

6 Years
American Ultra
Digging for Fire
Hitman: Agent 47
Learning to Drive
She’s Funny that Way
Sinister 2

Bon Jovi – Burning Bridges
Carly Rae Jepsen – E-MO-TION
Disturbed – Immortalized
Gardens & Villa – Music for Dogs
Jordin Sparks – Right Here, Right Now
Method Man – The Meth Lab
P.O.D. – The Awakening
Rob Thomas – The Great Unknown

Dark Matter – “Episode 10” (SyFy)
Defiance – “The Awakening” (SyFy)
Girl Meets World – “Girl Meets Creativity” (Disney)
Killjoys – “Escape Velocity” (SyFy)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Jason Schwartzman, Tatiana Maslany, Dan White” (NBC)

Saturday, August 22nd

Aquarius – “Old Ego is a Too Much Thing” (NBC)
Hannibal – “The Number of the Beast is 666…” (NBC)
Hell on Wheels – “Hungry Ghosts” (AMC)
Sonic Boom – “Tail’s Crush” (Cartoon Network)
Transformers: Robots in Disguise  – “The Buzz on Windblade” (Cartoon Network)

Sunday, August 23rd

Girl Meets World: Season 1

Ballers – “Flamingos” (HBO)
Falling Skies – “Reunion” (TNT)
Fear the Walking Dead – “Pilot” (AMC)
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – “Season 2, Episode 26” (HBO)
Masters of Sex – “Monkey Business” (Showtime)
Rick and Morty – “Get Schwifty” (Cartoon Network)
Show Me a Hero “Episodes 3 &4” (HBO)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – “The Creeping Doom” (Nickelodeon)
The Brink – “There Will Be Consquences” (HBO)
The Strain – “The Born” (FX)
Who Do You Think You Are? – “Bryan Cranston” (TLC)

NOOOOOOO!! Channing Tatum Leaving ‘Gambit’

Channing Tatum

Nothing is confirmed yet, but with this news spreading like wildfire, it seems like it is true.

Channing Tatum will no longer be Gambit.

It is unclear exactly what went wrong. Actresses were just being tested with the leading man. It is also unclear whether Tatum will still be producing the film.

This news seems really surprising. Tatum has championed this film similarly to what Ryan Reynolds did for Deadpool. Tatum planned on producing and acting in the picture. He has been talking about it on the press circuit. He even went to SDCC. I just don’t understand.


[Disclaimer: All view points presented in this article are totally and completely biased.]

Source: The Wrap

The Geekly Forecast: July 27th-August 2nd, 2015

The Geekly Forecast is a weekly preview of all the neat stuff coming to screens, stores, and living rooms near you!

TV: It might sound cheesy, but we are really excited for America’s Best Dance Crew making a comeback. Also, Ms. Lauryn Hill will be performing on Jimmy Fallon this Thursday.
Music: You should never get Insane Clown Posse. Try Joss Stone instead. Pretend it is 2009.
Netflix: Butterfly in the Sky! Reading Rainbow Volume 1 can be enjoyed by kids, but mostly 20 and 30-somethings.
Movies:  Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation will be the best Mission Impossible film of the franchise.
DVD: You know, we are a comic book site. So we will of course suggest Justice League: Gods and Monsters.

Monday, July 27th

Daily Show w/Jon Stewart – “Senator Ted Cruz” (Comedy Central)
Girl Code – “Season Four, Episode Eight” (MTV)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Owen Wilson, Kaitlin Bristowe, Juanes” (ABC)
Murder in the First – “Out of the Shadows” (TNT)
So You Think You Can Dance – “Season 12 Top 18” (FOX)
Teen Wolf – “Required Reading” (MTV)

The Making of the Mob: New York “New Frontiers” (AMC)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Tom Cruise, Dick Cavett, Ashley Monroe, Buddy Guy” (NBC)
UnREAL – “Princess” (Lifetime)

Tuesday, July 28th

Blu-Ray and DVD Releases:
Helix: Season Two
Justice League: Gods and Monsters
The Water Diviner

Comet (2014)

Daily Show w/Jon Stewart “Tom Cruise” (Comedy Central)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Armie Hammer, Natasha Leggero, Big Talk” (ABC)
Face Off – “Intergalactic Zoo” (SyFy)
Scream The TV Series – “Exposed” (MTV)
Stitchers – “Future Tense” (ABC)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Jeb Bush, Billy Crystal w/Courtney Barnett” (NBC)
Tyrant  – “The Awful Grace of God” (FX)
Ultimate Spider-Man – “Burrito Run” (Disney XD)

Video Games:
King’s Quest: Episode 1 – A Knight to Remember (Win, PS3, PS4)
Life is Strange: Episode 4 – Dark Room (Win, PS3, PS4, X360, XBO)
N++ (PS4)
The Swindle (PS3, PS4, PSVita)

Wednesday, July 29th

Comic Books
Wednesdays are comic book days! Check out This Week’s Comics: July 29th, 2015.

America’s Best Dance Crew: Road to the VMA’s – “All-Star Showdown” (MTV)
Daily Show w/Jon Stewart “Doris Kearns Goodwin” (Comedy Central)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Christina Applegate, Rick Springfield, Tyler the Creator” (ABC)
Key and Peele – “Severed Head Showcase” (Comedy Central)
Last Comic Standing – “The Invitationals” (NBC)
Mr. Robot – “eps1.5br4ve-trave1er.asf” (USA)
Skin Wars – “Big Time Big Top” (GSN)
The Jim Gaffigan Show – “A Night at the Plaza” (TV Land)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Jason Segal, Amy Sedaris, Alessia Cara” (NBC)
Why? With Hannibal Buress – “Episode 4” (Comedy Central)
Wild ‘n Out – “Season 7 Episode 9” w/Dej Loaf

Thursday, July 30th

Almost Mercy (2015)
The Wrecking Crew (2008)

Beauty and the Beast – “Shotgun Wedding” (CW)
Daily Show w/ Jon Stewart – “J.J. Abrams” (Comedy Central)
Deutschland 83 – “Bold Guard” (Sundance TV)
Dominion – “A Bitter Truth” (SyFy)
Geeks Who Drink – “John DiMaggio vs. David Guintoli” (SyFy)
Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Jason Bateman, Nicole Richie” (ABC)
Reactor – “Episode 3” (SyFy)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Ice-T, Bella Thorne, Ms. Lauryn Hill” (NBC)
Under the Dome – “Ejecta” (CBS)

Friday, July 31st

A LEGO Brickumentary
I Am Chris Farley
Is There Anyone Out There
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
The Seventh Dwarf

Albert Hammond Jr. – Momentary Masters
CFCF – Radiance and Submission
Gunplay – Living Legend
Insane Clown Posse – Marvelous Missing Link
Joss Stone – Water for your Soul
Lianne La Havas – Blood
Teenage Time Killers – Greatest Hits Vol. 1

Dark Matter – “Episode 8” (SyFy)
Defiance – “Ostinato in White” (SyFy)
Killjoys – “Kiss, Kiss, Bye Bye” (SyFy)
Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon – “Kevin Bacon, Mel B., and Russell Howard” (NBC)

Saturday, August 1st

Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein (1999)
Asylum (2005)
Beneath the Helmet (2014)
Bride and Prejudice (2004)
Casting By (2012)
The Code: Season 1 (2014 series)
Dancing on the Edge: Season 1 (2013 Series)
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Season 2 (2012 series)
Dear Frankie (2004)
Dogs on the Inside (2014)
Electric Slide (2014)
Enemy at the Gates (2001)
Flex is Kings (2013)
The Hurt Locker (2008)
The Living (2014)
November Rule (2015)
Outcast (2014)
Pants on Fire (2014)
Reading Rainbow: Volume 1 (1983 series)
Russell Brand: End the Drugs War (2014)
Russell Brand: From Addiction to Recovery (2012)
Sorority Row (2009)
Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns (2008)
Utopia: Season 1 (2013 series)
Vexed: Seasons 1­ & 2 (2010 series)
War (2007)
Wing Commander (1999)

100 Things to Do Before High School – “Find Your Super Power Thing!” (Nickleodeon)
Aquarius – “Your Mother Should Know” (NBC)
Atlantis – “The Queen Must Die” (BBC America)
Hannibal – “And the Woman Clothed with the Sun” (NBC)
Power – “Three Moves Ahead” (Starz)
Sonic Boom – “Next Top Villian” (Cartoon Network)
Transformers: Robots in Disguise  – “The Trouble with Fixit” (Cartoon Network)

Sunday, August 2nd

Jaws: 40th Anniversary

Ballers – “Ends” (HBO)
Falling Skies – “Respite” (TNT)
Halt and Catch Fire
– “Heaven is a Place” (AMC)
Humans – “Episode 6” (AMC)
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – “Season 2, Episode 23” (HBO)
Marvel’s Avenger’s Assemble – “Avengers Underground” (Disney XD)
Masters of Sex – “Undue Influence” (Showtime)
Sword Art Online – “Excalibur” (Cartoon Network)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – “Turtles in Time” (Nickelodeon)
The Brink – “Sticky Wicket” (HBO)
The Strain – “The Silver Angel” (FX)
True Detective – “Black Maps and Motel Rooms” (HBO)

Spectre’ Gets a Trailer and it Obviously Looks Amazing

The Daniel Craig set of Bond films just might be my favorite.

I was blown away with Skyfall. Going into the spy’s past is a good breakaway from the spy projects at hand. While those are always fun, finding out where our hero comes from is just as intriguing.

Enter Spectre. An organization that is very powerful and has one thing in common: James Bond. He must deal with his past work and possible wrong doings to get through the present. Plus: Girls, Guns, and Cars!

Oh, and my personal favorite thing about this film… Christoph Waltz will be playing Bond’s antagonist, Franz Oberhauser. It has been a while since audiences have had the pleasure of hating a Christoph Waltz’ character. I personally love to hate him.

Spectre is making its first appearance in a Bond film since 1971’s Diamonds Are Forever. This film is not a direct adaptation of any of Ian Fleming’s books in particular, but is taking a bit from the short story Octopussy from Octopussy and The Living Daylights. A character named Hannes Oberhauser is a background character in a story about WWII told from the viewpoint of villain Major Dexter Smythe.

Spectre will be in theaters November 6th.

Hot Toys is Breaking ‘Star Wars’ Fans Bank Accounts One Figure at a Time

I’ll start with this: Hot Toys is amazing.

Amazing and expensive.

Their latest creations really could break your bank.

First up is an 18-foot long replica of the Millennium Falcon. While this beauty isn’t for sale, it is still worth aweing over. The replica is set to be on display this weekend at Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong.

Then, they announced a 1/6th scale figure of Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia. This figure is specifically from A New Hope. I believe this is one of the best Princess Leia figures I have seen; many are too masculine in the face. Along with this Luke Skywalker figure, Leia is set to start shipping next year sometime.

Good luck recovering from this.

Source: CBR and CBR.

Jimmy Akingbola Cast as Baron Blitzkrieg in ‘Arrow’ Season 4

The Arrow is getting a new nemesis.

Jimmy Akingbola, who has only acted on this side of the pond in Sons of Liberty, will be playing Baron Blitzkrieg in Season 4 of The CW series Arrow.

Baron Blitzkrieg debuted in 1977’s World’s Finest Comics #246. He was an Earth-2 villain who led the group Shadowspire. Blitzkrieg was a German Nazi who was blinded when acid was thrown at him while working in a concentration camp. His sight was restored by scientists who also gave him superhuman strength, the ability to fly, optic energy beams, and invulnerability.

Arrow hasn’t been one to stick to the original or bring in meta-humans. I am very interested to see what back story they give this character for the modern day.

Arrow returns to The CW on October 7th.

Source: THR

Kit Harington Maybe Returning to ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Based off Creepy Airport Picture

Dead character sighting!

Kit Harington, rocker of man buns and portrayer of fan-favorite, and now dead, Jon Snow on Game of Thrones, has been spotted in the Belfast airport. Belfast is where interior scenes of GoT are filmed.

Fans have been in denial over Snow’s death for a little over a month now. People attached to the show have stayed behind the whole “Jon Snow is dead” thing, but speculators have many theories. The most interesting theory I have heard is that they are saying Jon Snow is dead, but not Jon Stark. So he could be coming back.

Watchers on the Wall has been following Harington’s moves for a while now and say that he has been in Belfast too much for this sighting to mean just a funeral or a flashback. Apparently, at this sighting, Tom Wlaschiha was also on the flight to Belfast. Wlaschiha plays Jaqen H’gha.

So how will Snow come back? It could be from Melisandre, or it could be that losing that much blood wouldn’t really kill you, or he could be a white walker. All I know, is that if he comes back, you better be prepared to block your social media if you aren’t watching live.

Source: Watchers on the Wall