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.

The New ‘Spectre’ Trailer Finally Looks Interesting

There have been lots of pictures and clips from the set of the newest Bond film Spectre. But none have really captured my interest. Daniel Craig looking pensive isn’t what James Bond is about. He is about cars, guns, girls, and bad-assery. So the latest teaser (extended for TV) finally caught my attention when it featured the James Bond I know and love.

Spectre is due in theaters November 6th, 2015.

Yesterday in the Nerd Verse… Mar. 17th, 2015

What a better way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day than with some Boondock Saints-related news. Looks like the two bad brothers are getting a very adorable make-over with their own Pop! Funko Vinyls. Source: Entertainment Earth

Once again, Science-fiction technology has bred scientific technology. In the realm of 3D printing, a Terminator 2 style pool of resin is used to raise a product from the ground up. Slightly less effective than a T-1000, but much less terrifying. Source: Non-sciency Washington Post article and Sciency mumbo jumbo from Science magazine

There’s been a lot of underlining issues coming to light with the cancellation of a Batgirl #41 variant from Rafael Albuquerque, which pays homage to The Killing Joke. Amazingly-done cover, but Albuquerque was a great guy and understood the controversy, requesting that DC not publish the issue. Source: Newsarama

Dominic Purcell, who plays Heatwave in the CW Arrowverse (as wel as John Doe in Prison Break and The First in Blade: Trinity), will be joining Caity Lotz (Canary), Brandon Routh (ATOM), Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold) and others in the upcoming spin-off spin-off. Source: Deadline

There really isn’t anything that can whet my appetite for more Game of Thrones, but this short story about the Doom, narrated by our very own Viserys Targaryen (Danaerys’ late brother), will suffice. Source: Making G.o.T.

Because the industry dummies couldn’t give a f*** less about Hip-Hop, they released Kendrick Lamar’s new album, To Pimp A Butterfly, a week early. Could you imagine this situation happening to a Katy Perry or a Mumford and Sons? I can’t… Anyway, Kendrick’s camp decided to just release the album. Source: Billboard

If Luke Skywalker himself can’t convince you to celebrate Free Comic Book Day with his Jedi mind tricks, then I suppose nobody can.

James Bond sure can keep a secret; I guess he is a master of espionage. Some teaser posters for Spectre can be found around the web… and they give absolutely nothing away. Source: 007.com

Greedo from Star Wars has been given the highest honor. He has been forever immortalized as a species of catfish. There’s your restitution. Sorry Han killed you. Source: CNN