Chris Hardwick Signs 3 Picture Deal

Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions and Chris Hardwick of the Nerdist podcast have just agreed on a 3 picture deal that is under the name Spitball. Chris and Jason flirted with the idea of working together on the Nerdist podcast, and then a week later came to agree on this 3 picture deal.

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Star Trek: Discovery Review – The 3 Episode Test

Never having been a Star Trek fan until the J.J. Abrams reboot films, I watched the new Star Trek: Discovery series with caution. I wasn’t sure what to expect. Sure, it looked a lot like the Abrams reboots, but will it have that same swagger that won me over in the films? I put Star Trek: Discovery to the 3 episode test to find out just that. Is it worth spending your precious free time watching or should you pass? Find out our verdict below.

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Star Wars Trailer Debuts During Football – Bad Call?

Last night I sat through 90 extremely boring minutes of a football game to watch the new Star Wars trailer. The Star Wars promo team decided to release the long awaited first official trailer for Episode VIII during halftime of the Bears and Vikings game. No, the teaser didn’t count.

This was a weak move by Disney. Why pick that game? And why HALFTIME. Even NFL fans didn’t care about that game last night, and it showed because this was the least watched Monday Night Football game of the season.

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Top 5 Jackie Chan Movies for Newcomers

With the release of Jackie Chan’s The Foreigner (trailer) in theatres on 10/13 I think a lot of people will be asking themselves “Oh yeah, what ever happened to Jackie Chan?” The reality is, Chan has never stopped working. He has actually starred in over 25 movies since 2007’s Rush Hour 3, the film you probably last remember him from. He has voiced animated characters like Monkey in the popular Kung Fu Panda series, played a part in The Karate Kid reboot, and even co-starred alongside Johnny Knoxville in last year’s Skiptrace. So please, don’t call it a comeback. Below you’ll find a list of the best Jackie Chan movies through the years. Consider this a beginner’s guide to the most influential martial artist to hit the screen since Bruce Lee.  Continue reading

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