Posts From Holly Amos

Netflix streaming removals and additions for July 2015

Every month contracts that Netflix has with certain movie studios and television networks end and programming is removed from its streaming service as a result. The silver lining is that new

Knott’s Berry Farm’s Summer 2015

If you’re a Southern California resident (or have plans to be in the neighborhood this summer), Knott’s Berry Farm has unveiled some fun new attractions for the season for the

Chris Hemsworth joins Ghostbusters reboot

In an inspired and fittingly gender-bent casting decision, Paul Feig announced via his Twitter account today that Chris Hemsworth has been cast as the receptionist in the all-female reboot of

Asteroid named after Leonard Nimoy

The late great Leonard Nimoy has been immortalized by way of an asteroid being named in his honor. Asteroid 4864 has been renamed 4864 Nimoy in honor of the great

Stone Brewing’s Hop-Con to return to SDCC 2015

What geek doesn’t love some fancy beer brewed by some fellow geeks, eh? Last year, we attended The Stone Brewing Company’s Hop-Con 2.0 (read about all that fun here). This

Netflix streaming removals and additions for June 2015

Every month contracts that Netflix has with certain movie studios and television networks end and programming is removed from its streaming service as a result. The silver lining is that new

Nintendo’s new VP of Sales is Bowser

Nintendo has a new VP of Sales, and his name is Bowser… Doug Bowser, actually. But what an apt name! Nintendo has made several positive and encouraging comments in their

Father creates adorable Honey Lemon cosplay for daughter

In a gesture worthy of Father of the Year, Brandon Lee has created an incredible costume for his daughter of the character Honey Lemon from Big Hero 6, complete with

Charlize Theron to star in The Coldest City

A film adaptation of Antony Johnston’s graphic novel The Coldest City is on the way and is now set to star Academy Award winner Charlize Theron. The rights to the

TMNT 2 gets a new Shredder with Brian Tee

Variety has exclusively reported that Paramount Pictures has signed actor Brian Tee to the iconic role of Shredder in its forthcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, replacing Tohoru Masamune, who

Netflix streaming removals and additions for May 2015

Every month, contracts that Netflix has with certain movie studios and television networks end and programming is removed from its streaming service as a result. The silver lining is that new

Penelope Cruz joins the cast of Zoolander 2

In the tradition of really, really ridiculously good-looking people, Ben Stiller announced via his Instagram Friday that Penelope Cruz has joined the cast of Zoolander 2 in the form of

Netflix to get another season of Arrested Development

Series producer Brian Grazer has confirmed that there will be another season of Arrested Development on Netflix during an appearance on The B.S. Report with Bill Simmons. Although there hasn’t

Live-action Winnie the Pooh in development

Disney has announced that is developing a live-action version of its beloved franchise Winnie the Pooh. They’ve hired writer-director Alex Ross Perry to pen the adaption for the silver screen,

Netflix streaming removals and additions for April 2015

Every month, contracts that Netflix has with certain movie studios and television networks end and programming is removed from its streaming service as a result. The silver lining is that new

Sharknado 3 gets a title and premiere date

Despite a labor strike on set over the past few weeks, the third installment of Syfy’s Sharknado franchise has received a title and air date. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Jack Huston cast in The Crow remake

James O’Barr, the creator of graphic novel The Crow, which was adapted into a film in 1994, has confirmed that Boardwalk Empire favorite Jack Huston has been cast to the

Checking out Long Beach Comic Expo 2015

This past Saturday and Sunday saw the Long Beach Comic Expo come to town. Since I reside in the Long Beach area, I’m always excited to attend. As always, there

The Science Channel’s Are We Alone? Week

The Science Channel will engage in their 4th annual Are We Alone? Week this coming Monday, March 2nd. The event will run through Friday, March 6th and will air both

Netflix streaming removals and additions for March 2015

Every month, contracts that Netflix has with certain movie studios and television networks end and programming is removed from its streaming service as a result. The silver lining is that new