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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Announcement!

Warner Bros. has announced that it will be releasing the new trailer online for the second installment of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Tuesday, October 1st at 7 a.m. Pacific / 9 a.m. Eastern!! “The second in a trilogy of films adapting the enduringly popular masterpiece The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit: The Desolation ...

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Silent Knight. . .Unholy Knight!

DC Comics has a rather unusual promotional teaser for its Batman Black and White #2 comic series. The story, called “Silent Knight. . . Unholy Knight!” and written by Michael Uslan and Dave Bullock among other writers for this series, is presented in black and white like an old silent film, replete with film captions and old time orchestral music. ...

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Journey to Aresmore

One thousand years ago, our world was connected to a land of myth and magic, the world of Aresmore.  These two worlds were separated by an evil wizard who closed the portals joining them.  Or so he thought.  If you want to see what happens next, you can fund the project through Indigogo.  And to whet your appetite, check out ...

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Battle of Phobos: Mavericks Pt. 2

Mavericks Pt.2 The Titan Deception Hail and well met again Free Folk!  We are back with the final review for the second book of The Battle of Phobos: Stretti. This time we again follow the adventures of charming rogue extraordinare Jack Wilgress.  This time he isn’t on a simple rescue mission though.  Through threats and manipulation, our hero has been ...

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DC & Warner Bros. Gearing Up For Three New Series

Comic book heroes have almost become a staple for blockbuster films in recent years, but for anyone wanting to see more superheroes on the small screen, DC and Warner Bros. have heard your pleas! First up, the Flash is getting his own spinoff from The CW’s Arrow...or is at least having the idea mulled over. Before his own series is given ...

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Lightsabers Are Real! Sort Of…

Before anyone gets too excited, the scientists responsible for this discovery have no plans to use their research to create actual lightsabers (yet), but it’s still fun to think about. A scientific team led by Professor of Physics Mikhail Lukin (Harvard) and Professor of Physics Vladan Vuletic (MIT) have created a brand new state of matter that binds photons together ...

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Author Noble Smith Joins the Legendarium Team!

Legendarium Media is pleased to announce the name of our newest reporter – Noble Smith! “I am very excited about joining the Legendarium Team. Fantasy and science fiction have played a huge part in my life, as well as shaping me as an author. I am thrilled to be able to share my thoughts with Legendarium’s readers.” – Noble Smith ...

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Age of Ultron Teaser!

The teaser for Avengers:  Age of Ultron has made it’s way to the internet people! Check it out below!   As you see, there isn’t much there, except of course that whole Iron Man helmet turning into Ultron’s head bit.  This certainly confirms the speculation that Tony Stark will somehow create Ultron.  Will Ultron be JARVIS gone bad?  A mutation ...

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Episode VII News Haul!

The vigilant folks over at Latino Review have a bunch of Star Wars related news for us this week! First off, a source for the site has confirmed that partial shooting will take place in Las Cruces, New Mexico, along with Los Angeles and London. The deserts of New Mexico could definitely provide some gorgeous landscapes for Tatooine if Abrams ...

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Abrams Wants His Star Wars Movies to "Feel Real"

Many of us go to the movies as escapism from work, financial worries, commitments we really don’t want to think about, and interpersonal drama. It seems that lately even the movies have retreated into themselves to escape the real world. Where movies used to have an earthly weight to them (look at Hitchcock’s suspense thrillers and dramas or Steven Spielberg’s ...

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