We do, however, splice stuff over from the science team quite often so it’ll appear like it on our site. Trust us, you’d rather them writing about it than us, that team really knows their stuff.
We kind of decide based on what we, as the writers, watch and what the audiences latches onto. Like, I know Katharine loves The Expanse and so we do coverage on that. But she is probably the only one who is up to date on it so if she’s busy on something else, that might fall to the side. Where a show like GOT, pretty…
I was thinking Arroway’s Vega just because of the setting and the view. You can’t beat a beach with a view of the cosmos. Plus, who knows what’s around those corners. Could be anything.
Just because it’s fresh in my mind, Vega from Contact.
Oddly, I don’t listen to any movie or entertainment podcasts. I listen to Jim Norton’s the Chip Chipperson Podacast and that’s it.
The second part. I think if he was actually going to be in those movies, he would have very specifically and clearly said he was going to be in those movies. His answer was vague and it didn’t have to be. The timing of the post and the Comic-Con panel just demanded it be addressed in some fashion.
I just bought Splatoon 2 last night as I wait for Mario Odyssey. But I put about 125 hours into Zelda and about 80 into Horizon Zero Dawn before that.
I ask that of all my prey. I just like the sound of it.
Gin and Tonic or wheat beers.
Robotech is optioned somewhere so, you’re too late on that one unfortunately.
I avoid them if I can. Unfortunately, our jobs mean most of the time, we can’t. So I’ve learned to comes to terms with knowing a lot about a movie or show before I watch it. And I find, if the stuff was marketed well, there’s still plenty of surprises. Spider-Man Homecoming is one example where I thought I knew…
The question of longer TV recaps is one that’s been brought up a few times here and it’s just a question of how much time it takes vs. how many readers actually click on them.
It’s only strange because Marvel and others have set a prescient of announcing things so far in advance and the Internet has become so used to it.
Kotaku. I get paid to watch movies and TV and stuff but video games still feel like such an alien world to me, it would be super fun to play in. Literally.
I love them too. Sometimes I love them so much, even a not-so-great movie can be saved if its got time travel in it. One that comes to mind that maybe you haven’t seen is called Synchronicity directed by Jacob Gentry.
I’m the only one who likes Ready Player One so, maybe me?
I’d reread the books first and foremost. Or at least flip though and do a greatest hits. But, if we have to pick movies, I’d rewatch the Lord of the Rings trilogy. That’s how an epic book adaptation can be done right.
I think, without a doubt, Whedon will be honoring his vision. But after the success of Wonder Woman, the possible departure of Affleck as Batman and the constant reshuffling of the Universe, I think that’s just one of the things he’d trying to do with the film. I think it’s going to be a Zack Snyder movie with Joss…
Wow, what a super specific question. Love it. Completely honest - I have heard both sides from decent sources. That he’s done it but it didn’t get through approvals and that he’s never done it. All things considered, if I had to guess, I think it’s the latter. A fan pipe dream. I hope I’m wrong though.