If you missed in, earlier this month the first photo was released of Adrianne Palicki the new Wonder Woman, and not surprisingly the images didn’t come across too well. Most fans thought it looked like a Halloween costume (honestly it wasn’t that impressive).
Well, Apparently the creators heard what fans had to say and have made some adjustments, as new set photos from the show have Palicki in a revised/new costume.
Daily Mail has the scoop and you can see all the pictures here (they are of Palicki and her stunt double, shes the one making silly faces). You can instantly see some of the revisions, gone are the bright blue fake leather pants and equally silly boots she used to have on, those have been replaced by blue tights with stars running down the legs and the boots are now red and look like something a little easier to run in.
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! After a strong debut, C2E2 (Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo) returns to McCormick Place for year two and second chance at winning the hearts of fans throughout the region. The fans lined up early for a good spot in line and first access to the artists and celebrities the show brought to Chicago. The mix of fan gear and costumes decorated the convention hall – from the RockBand stage in the main entrance to the giant Thor hammer in the middle of the floor. Of course, the two Stylin Online “Tower of T-Shirts” were visible from every inch of the con. NEwly adorned with flat panels from ViewSonic, the electronics giant has signed on to sponsor the CONZILLA! convention tour. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email email@example.com. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Well StarCraft season 2 is here and after my placement games (you get one placement match, doesn’t seem to mean much) I’m still stuck on Gold in 1v1 all the way to 4v4. I shouldn’t say stuck, I still in the top 8 in two of my gold leagues so at least I get that fancy new badge with a star. Still it’s sort of odd telling people your in the top 8 when I have three leagues above me (Platinum, Diamond, and Master).
Oh and if you missed the announcement, here it is:
The second StarCraft II League season has begun! Bonus pools and standings have been reset. If you’ve already been placed in a league, you’ll only need to play one placement match to kick off the new season.
Season 1 milestone rewards have also been granted to players. You can see your results in-game in the Leagues and Ladders section.
The StarCraft II Grandmaster League is coming in two weeks.
From that same post I found this, seemed pretty informative –
1) Your league this season is based on last season. Losing your 1 placement will likely not send you from diamond to bronze.
2) Your placement results have NOTHING to do with your score, only whether you won or lost.
3) Since release, people who had a rough time getting some wins in the ladder have probably stopped playing, therefore, there will be an inevitable shift downward for most people still playing. There are less people worse than you, but the same amount of players of higher skill.
4) Losses were removed in attempt to prevent this. Most players (save Masters) SHOULD be around 1-1 W/L ratio, because the matchmaking is meant to prevent streaking, and should you go on a streak, the system will place you against players it thinks will make you streak in the opposite direction.
Oh and I’m still rocking my StarCraft Terran shirt, but I’ll admit I’ve been playing more and more Protoss (mostly cause they have cooler achievement avatars).
Superman: Man of Steel has a new cast member! First we heard they cast Tudors star Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman, then Diane Lane and Kevin Costner as Martha and Jonathan Kent. Now it looks like we have Lois Lane with the announcement of Academy Award nominee Amy Adams being cast in the role.
“There was a big, giant search for Lois,” Snyder said. “For us it was a big thing and obviously a really important role. We did a lot of auditioning but we had this meeting with Amy Adams and after that I just felt she was perfect for it.”
Snyder declined to discuss the precise prominence of Lois in the story or any plot details about the film but he said the role is “a linchpin” to the project and that he considers it essential that Lois — an FDR-era creation – arrives on screen in 2012 with contemporary appeal and spirit.
“It goes back to what I’ve said about Superman and making him really understandable for today. What’s important to us is making him relevant and real and making him empathetic to today’s audience so that we understand the decisions he makes. That applies to Lois as well. She has to be in the same universe as him [in tone and substance].”
Oh and these guns are loaded!
I have no idea why, but all Superman news makes me think of that shirt.
Just goes to show you people don’t really read reviews – Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules 40% (on Rotten Tomatoes) and Sucker Punch 21%!!. At least Limitless broke 50 with 68%, so that’s not so bad.
1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules $24.4 Total: $24.4
2. Sucker Punch $19.0 Total: $19.0
3. Limitless $15.2 Total: $41.2
4. The Lincoln Lawyer $11.0 Total: $28.9
5. Rango $9.8 Total: $106.3
6. Battle: Los Angeles $7.6 Total: $72.5
7. Paul $7.5 Total: $24.6
8. Red Riding Hood $4.3 Total: $32.4
9. The Adjustment Bureau $4.2 Total: $54.8
10. Mars Needs Moms $2.1 Total: $19.1
Personally I think this movie is looking absolutely amazing and very faithful to the comic books, so I’m pumped. Plus you can hear Tommy Lee Jones say “Adolf Hitler” so it looks like we will possible have Nazis in Captain America: The First Avenger (something fans seem to be complaining about)
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! NBC breaks new barriers – again – with the comical “Outsourced” portraying, in extremes, the office lives of Indian workers in a remote call center. Fulfilling orders of whoopee cushions and foam fingers while addressing cultural stereotypes the show’s cast has become a favorite with late night viewers. KP speaks with actor Parvesh Cheena at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about his role as the socially-awkward “Gupta” on the show, why he thinks the show could not have been made 20 years ago, and the impact the jokes and situations have had on its viewers. Also known for the series “Help Me Help You” and the “Barbershop” movies, Parvesh has earned roles on “Sons of Tuscon”, Criminal Minds” and My Name is Earl”, just to name a few. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
EA announced that the next Madden NFL game will have a fan picked cover. All 32 teams will be represented in the pick, but one will front the cover. Thing is, the cover is cursed, so either vote for your favorite player or the next superstar likely to be crippled… the choice is yours.
You can vote on the espn site from today until April 27.
The New York Post said yesterday that Stephen King is possibly in talks to write for AMC’s The Walking Dead this season. That last bit was somewhat of a bummer, I figured they already had the scripts and would start production soon, still I take this as good news overall.
Stephen King is in talks to write for the surprise hit TV series “Walking Dead” this season, according to reports.
King is an unabashed fan of the series and called it one of the 10 best TV shows of 2010 in Entertainment Weekly.
The horror writer already has a strong connection to the series.
Its creator, screenwriter Frank Darabont, adapted King’s “Shawshank Redemption” and “The Green Mile” for the movies.
The series was supposed to be only a limited series of six episodes when it debuted last fall.
But it was an instant hit and cable channel AMC quickly asked for a new, longer season, now set to begin sometime this fall.
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! “Gleeks” everywhere know actress Dot Jones as head football coach “Shannon Bieste” from the hit series on FOX. “Married with Children” fans will remember her, on the same network, as “Lola”, “Al Bundy’s” nemesis of the “No MA’AM” movement. Over the years, she has performed on notables including, “Hawthorne”, “10 Things I Hate About You”, “Lizzie McGuire” and “Nip/Tuck”. No matter which, we all remember how talented Dot is in bringing a character to life. KP speaks with Dot Jones at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about her career in sports (first shot put, then as a professional arm wrestler), how she transitioned into acting, and what the role on “Glee” has come to mean to her. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email email@example.com. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Well, I guess we’ll stop seeing the “#1 Movie in the World” Battle: Los Angeles commercials now that it’s slipped down to the third spot.
1. Limitless $19.0 Total: $19.0
2. Rango $15.3 Total: $92.5
3. Battle: Los Angeles $14.6 Total: $60.6
4. The Lincoln Lawyer $13.4 Total: $13.4
5. Paul $13.1 Total: $13.1
6. Red Riding Hood $7.2 Total: $25.9
7. The Adjustment Bureau $5.9 Total: $48.7
8. Mars Needs Moms $5.3 Total: $15.4
9. Beastly $3.2 Total: $22.2
10. Hall Pass $2.6 Total: $39.5
11. Gnomeo and Juliet $2.3 Total: $93.6
12. Just Go With It $2.3 Total: $98.0
Battle: Los Angles won the the box office in its opening weekend with a trong debut of $36 million.
1. Battle: Los Angeles $36.0 Total: $36.0
2. Rango $23.0 Total: $68.6
3. Red Riding Hood $14.1 Total: $14.1
4. The Adjustment Bureau $11.4 Total: $38.4
5. Mars Needs Moms $6.8 Total: $6.8
6. Hall Pass $5.1 Total: $34.9
7. Beastly $5.0 Total: $16.9
8. Just Go With It $4.0/$93.9
9. The King’s Speech $3. Total: $129.0
10. Gnomeo and Juliet $3.5 Total: $89.0
11. Unknown $3.3 Total: $58.4
12. I Am Number Four $2.2 Total: $50.4
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! When “In Living Color” debuted on FOX it was with controversy and what would come to be called an all-star cast: The Wayan Family (Keenon, Marlon, Shawn, Kim, Dwayne), Jamie Foxx, Jim Carrey, David Alan Grier and Tommy Davidson. Even the “Fly Girls” danced their way into the hearts of America, including notable Jennifer Lopez. 127 episodes later, the show has gone down in history as a classic with the likes of “Second City TV” and “Saturday Night Live”. In the movies, Tommy starred with cast member Jamie Foxx in “Booty Call” as two friends looking for some love from the beautiful Vivica A. Fox and Tamala Jones. Appearances also include the late great Bernie Mac. KP speaks with the talented Tommy Davidson at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about his experience as a cast member on the controversial show, the working relationship between so many talented people, and some “behind” the scenes stories from “Booty Call.” Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! Zombies have been a mainstay for comic fans ever since the first brain was eaten by the undead. With zombie fans came zombie movies, and now zombie television shows. AMC sets the bar high with “The Walking Dead”, the story of what comes next when Sheriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) wakes up in a hospital after a zombie epidemic. The story grows, literal to its comic roots, to include a sampling of society and a talented cast of actors, including Jon Bernthal. With credits including, “Eastwick”, “The Pacific”, and “The Ghost Writer”, Jon is well-experienced for the challenging role. KP speaks with Jon at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about his role as “Shane Walsh”, what the fan reaction has meant to him as an actor, and what he likes to watch when he’s not on the set. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email email@example.com. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! “NCIS” fans total in the millions, and when a second show was announced many were concerned about “the curse of the spin-off” where the second is never as good as the first. Happily, “NCIS: Los Angeles” has not suffered but prospered. Ratings are through the roof for CBS and many attribute the cast as the reason why. Actress Renee Felice Smith joined the cast full-time in season two as the spunky “Nell Jones”, counterpart to “Eric” (actor Barrett Foa) in the “Opps Center” of the NCIS: LA clubhouse. KP speaks with Renee at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about the differences between the two shows, how she got cast for the part, and how she thinks she may handle her next job after being on such a hit. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Last year, parent company PepsiCo vowed to reduce added sugar per serving by 25 percent and saturated fat by 15 percent in its products over the next 10 years. A single serving of Cap’n Crunch contains 12 grams of sugar (which nutritionists say is almost half of the recommended daily intake) and it looks like because of this the cereal is no longer being actively marketed by Quaker (PepsiCo).
Once the #1 breakfast cereal Cap’n Crunch has fallen off a bit. Pressure from the White House and health activists is having an effect on how PepsiCo and other food companies push sweet sweet sugar products to kids. Sales of the cereal were down 6.8 percent in 2010. Overall cereal sales were $6.42 billion, down 3.25% versus 2009.
Maybe we’ll see less fat kids…. my guess in no, we won’t. I’m sure kids will find something else to overeat that’s covered in sugar.
Oh a side note, I loved Cap’n Crunch as a kid so this is sort of a bummer.
Rumor has it that after Marvel releases The Avengers, they will be gearing up for another superhero film and developing a big screen version of The Inhumans.
Most of you don’t have a clue I’m sure how the Inhumans are, here is the short version –
At the beginning of the Kree-Skrull War, millions of years ago in Earth time, the alien Kree established a station on the planet Uranus, a strategic position between the Kree and Skrull empires. Through their work at this station, they discovered that sentient life on nearby Earth had genetic potential invested in it by the alien Celestials. Intrigued, the Kree began to experiment on Earth’s then-primitive homo sapiens by splicing Eternals’ DNA into Cro-Magnons.
Their goal was apparently twofold — to investigate possible ways of circumventing their own evolutionary stagnation, and to create a powerful mutant race of soldiers for use against the Skrulls. However, although their experiments were successful in creating a strain of humanity with extraordinary abilities, the Kree abandoned their experiment for reasons which are not yet clear.
Their test subjects, the Inhumans, went on to form a society of their own, which thrived in seclusion from the rest of humanity and developed advanced technology. Experiments with the mutagenic Terrigen Mist gave them various powers, but also caused lasting genetic damage and deformities. This led to a long-term selective breeding program to try to mitigate the effects of these mutations. Their city of Attilan has frequently been relocated and, as of 2005 stories, rests in the oxygen-bearing Blue Area of the Moon.
code! Bo Hopkins has starred in more than 100 films, with classic titles including, “The Wild Bunch”, “American Graffiti”, “White Lightning” and “Midnight Express”. He’s also appeared in dozens of television shows including “Gunsmoke”, “Dynasty”, “The Rockford FIles”, “The A-Team” and “Murder, She Wrote”, just to name a few. KP speaks with the historical actor at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about the expanse of his career, the countless names that he has worked with, and what he likes to watch when he’s not on the set. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email email@example.com. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
While promoting his upcoming film, Kill the Irishman, Ray Stevenson talked about the fact that Marvel has reacquired the rights to the vigilante superhero from Lionsgate, allowing them to go ahead with a new Punisher film if they choose to.
Cinema Blend has the scoop –
Stevenson says that he’s even talked with Marvel about doing another Punisher but admits, “It’s way out of my hands.” If the opportunity arises though, he’d love to reprise his role as Frank Castle. He says, “If it’s on my path to do him again, I’ll definitely do my best.”
I know shocking, who knew, actually to be honest I thought this happened last week. Turns out it didn’t, unless I’m a time traveler or can see into the future and I refuse to rule that out just yet.
So yesterday Warner Brothers Television announced that they have decided to fire actor Charlie Sheen from the their hit show Two and a Half Men. The decision comes after an extended period of strange behavior by the actor… really if you didn’t know this part already, but anyway. I’ll just let the assosiated press sum it up for you-
Charlie Sheen was fired Monday from “Two and a Half Men” by Warner Bros. Television following repeated misbehavior and weeks of the actor’s angry, often-manic media campaign against his studio bosses.
The action was taken after “careful consideration” and is effective immediately, the studio said in a statement. No decision has been made on the show’s future without its star, said Paul McGuire, a Warner spokesman.
The actor, who has used TV, radio and social media to create a big megaphone for himself, was not silent for long.
In a text to The Associated Press, Sheen responded, with the F-word and “They lose,” followed by the word “Trolls.” Asked if he planned to sue, Sheen texted back, “Big.” As for his next move, Sheen texted, “A big one.”
A call to his attorney, Marty Singer, for comment was not immediately returned.
And the story gets a little bit better, it seems Charlie Sheen’s laywers want to lay some blame around, and they are pointing it right at Chuck!
The letter that spelled out Charlie Sheen’s termination from “Two and a Half Men” attributed much of the issue to his off-screen problems, but a lawyer for the actor believes the situation is much simpler–it comes down to showrunner Chuck Lorre “conspiring with Warner Bros.” to drop the actor from the show.
“You know how many times Charlie has had drug and rehab problems in the past? This is about the hostility between Chuck and Charlie that has gone on for years,” Sheen’s attorney Marty Singer says in an exclusive with The Hollywood Reporter.
According to Singer, beyond any personal conflict the executive producer might have with Sheen, Lorre also has a financial interest in “Men” taking a backseat to his other CBS series “The Big Bang Theory” and “Mike & Molly.”
He explains, “We believe Chuck Lorre has a better deal and stands to make more on his other shows than on Two and a Half Men, so he has an interest in making those shows flourish at the expense of my client’s show,”
Lorre’s attorney Howard Weitzman, however, tells THR, “That’s not a winning argument…The conspiracy theory is a pure fantasy.
“Chuck is very concerned for Charlie’s health. We all believe Warner Bros. did the right thing given the situation Mr. Sheen created.”
WB litigator John Spiegel reiterates the “health” aspect of Sheen’s termination, explaining, “This is not about Chuck Lorre. It’s about a serious health issue that has rendered Charlie Sheen unable to perform the essential duties of his position.”
All I have to say is, they better not mess with Chuck or Big Bang Theory or somebody will get a smack!
Paramount’s Rango, the animated Western starring Johnny Depp and directed by Gore Verbinski, lassoed this year’s biggest three-day opening so far with $38 million.
1. Rango $38.0 Total: $38.0
2. The Adjustment Bureau $20.9 Total: $20.9
3. Beastly $10.1 Total: $10.1
4. Hall Pass $9.0 Total: $27.0
5. Gnomeo and Juliet $6.9 Total: $83.6
6. Unknown $6.6 Total: $53.1
7. The King’s Speech $6.5 Total: $123.8
8. Just Go With It $6.5 Total: $88.2
9. I Am Number Four $5.7 Total: $46.4
10. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never $4.3 Total: /$68.8
11. Take Me Home Tonight $3.5 Total: $3.5
12. Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son $3.3 Total: $33.2
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! Fans of “The Office” know Creed Bratton for playing the fictional version of himself on the show, but may not realize he’s the same Creed Bratton that played guitar on stage for “The Grass Roots”. The talented actor / musician has made many appearances on stage and screen over the years and does not disappoint in today’s interview. KP speaks with Creed at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about the hit television show, his illustrious career across the mediums, and about an idea he has for an angora cod piece – perhaps an idea left over from work on “Feelings”, “The Loving Things” or “Chasin’ the Ball”. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Sponsored by http://StylinOnline.com – Watch this episode for a promo code! Fans may recognize the beautiful Sasha Pieterse as “Amanda”, the fire-starter from NBC’s “Heroes”, or the spell-casting “goth girl” in “Good Luck, Chuck”. Getting her start as “Buffy” on the revisited “Family Affair”, Sasha is setting things on fire – again – as “Alison” on ABC’s “Pretty Little Liars”, a weekly that details the trials and tribulations of four teenage girls combatting an unknown foe. KP speaks with Sasha Pieterse at the SAG Awards gift suite in Hollywood about her role on “Pretty Little Liars”, what fans can expect from their second season, and what she likes to watch as a movie and television fan. Get every episode as soon as its posted – free! Subscribe in YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/iamstylin. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email email@example.com. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.
First we saw a brief glimpse of the Red Skull being played by Hugo Weaving in the last released trailer for Marvel’s upcoming superhero movie, Captain America: The First Avenger. Now we get a much better shot right from Entertainment Weekly and I must say, pretty epic!
Now if he has ultra white teeth like our Captain America Red Skull T-Shirt, I’m sold.