News that Rocked the Nerd Verse June 1st – June 5th

News that Rocked the Nerd Verse is a weekly recap of some of the biggest nerd news of the week. We cover articles published on Hush Comics and include some things we didn’t get the chance to talk about over the week. New recaps come out every Friday afternoon!

The only thing that any cares about this week: Fallout 4 is happening. Let the overanalyzing of every scene begin. Read more here.

From French Revolutionary, to astrophysicist, to Magizoologist. That’s right, Eddie Redmayne is Newt Scamander! Read more here.

The guy who directed Shrek and Chronicles of Narnia is taking on the Zombies vs. Robots movie. So it’s a kids movie? Read more here.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is remaking his favorite 80’s flick: Big Trouble in Little China is about to get a lot more muscular. Read more here.

A Community/ X-Files mash-up? Not really. But Joel McHale has joined the cast of the reboot for the latter. Read more here.

Aquaman might be really scary; James Wan, director of SawInsidious, and The Conjuring, will also be directing the DC film. Read more here.

Chris Pratt was very open about his emotions when reading the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 script. Read more here.

A trailer for August’s Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem released, making us realize that it should be released in October, considering it is about Halloween and all. Read more here.

The scary “Night on Bald Mountain” scene from Fantasia is going to be a full-lengh live-action film. Then thousands went to YouTube to get a refresher of the original and judge how the live-action will never live up. Read more here.

Scream: The TV Series is proving it’s worth 20 years after the original movie. And the mask made us cry. Read more here.

Fuck you Westboro Baptist Church. Wizards can marry each other no matter what! Read more here.

Get well soon, Nichelle Nichols! We at Hush Comics love you! Read more here.

The All-New All-Different Marvel Roster is here! Read more here.

And I leave you with a trailer for The Good Dinosaur, which we didn’t get the chance to add this week. It looks sooooo good.