Saturday, September 13, 2014

Negromancer News Bits and Bites for the Week of September 7th to September 13th, 2014 - Update #14


From the TelegraphSarah Palin is still hilarious. Yes, we do know who you are; you're that Tina Fey impersonator.

From YahooNews:  Celebrities weigh in on Scottish referendum for independence from Great Britain.

From HuffingtonPost:  The Bundy's have a family reunion.  The lead cast of "Married... with Children," Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, Ed O'Neill, and David Faustino, reunite as Sagal is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.

From InsideTVChris Pratt, the breakout star of Guardians of the Galaxy, will host the first "Saturday Night Live," of the new season.

From TheHollywoodReporter:  Didn't know that Marlon Wayans was being sued.  And, of course, being that it's Marlon, it is a hilarious lawsuit.

From Variety:  According to early estimates, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy wins the September 5th to 7th, 2014 weekend box office.

From YahooMovies:  I did not know that The Identical was a "faith-based" film.  It is a box office flop, at least in its first week.  The is a year that saw several successful faith-based films, including Heaven is for Real ($94.4 million), God's Not Dead ($60.7 million), and Son of God ($59.7 million).

COMIC BOOKS - Movies and Books

From TheHollywoodReporter:  "Hulk vs. Thanos" by Jim Starlin, coming before the end of the year.

From TheVerge:  Spy photos for the new Batmobile from "Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice."

From TheWrap:  FOX's "Gotham," a film set in Batman's hometown before Batman debuts, has been named the "most promising new show" of the Fall by the Television Critics Association.


From TheWrap:  Actor Mark Ruffalo reaches out to Star Wars Episode 8 writer-director, Rian Johnson, in hopes of landing a role in the film.  Ruffalo previously worked with Johnson on The Brothers Bloom.

From TheVerge:  First, a British pilot and engineer accidentally caught sight of the Millennium Falcon.  Now, savvy photographers have taken photos of what may be an X-Wing fighter.

From YahooMovies:  A message from J.J.Abrams leads to speculation about the appearance of a third Death Stars.

From InsideTV and ScreenRant:  Two articles about how the upcoming Disney XD animated series, "Star Wars Rebels" will connect to the existing films and the upcoming Episode 7.

From HuffingtonPost:  A pilot inadvertently captures the Millennium Falcon while unknowingly flying over an Episode 7 set.


From TheHollywoodReporter:  A review of Mike Binder's Black and White with Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer.  Oscar buzz for Spenser - hope it goes better than the results of her Oscar buzz for Fruitvale Station.


From YahooTV:  Chicago-based actress, Molly Glynn, died in an accident when a tree fell on her while she was bike riding with her husband.  Glynn had a recurring role on the television series, " Chicago Fire."


From ESPN via RSN:  NFL star Adrian Peterson charged after "whooping" his son.

From YahooSports:  No, he doesn't know where Alabama is...

From YahooSports:  The Baltimore Ravens cut running back, Ray Rice, after the full disturbing video of him knocking out his wife (then fiance) emerges.  Shortly afterwards, the NFL suspended him indefinitely.

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