90s shows that should have their own spin-off for this generation!

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With the anticipated premiere of Girl Meets World coming on the Disney Channel this fall, it will tie in together this generation and the kids of it’s previous show Boy Meets World. Now, we can have some common ground. Boy Meets World was introduced to us in 1993 and gave us Cory … Continue reading

Check out ‘Shatner’s World’ at a theater near you!

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William Shatner’s one-man show Shatner’s World is coming to a theater near you! Now you could experience the one man show that has gotten raved reviews! The critically acclaimed show is now on sale to be shown on Thursday, April 24th as part of Fathom Events. William Shatner is an American TV … Continue reading

Malcolm McDowell Q&A for ‘Star Trek: Generations’

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Last night marked the end of The Malcolm McDowell Series of Q&A Screenings with Star Trek Generations. The Alex Theatre and Glendale Arts Prospect House Entertainment honored the legendary actor by featuring three of his greatest films – A Clockwork Orange, Time After Time and Star Trek: Generations. The Q&A … Continue reading

Virtual Diva Hatsune Miku to open for Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP Ball Tour

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For an international pop star, Hatsune Miku’s done alright for herself. She had a sold out concert during Anime Expo 2011. She’s been on commercials for Toyota and Domino’s. Heck, she’s even got her own Kids React. The catch? She’s not a real person. Hatsune Miku is a vocal synthesizer from … Continue reading

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ 4 historical connections

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier is an entertaining and poignant comic book film. It illustrates how Steve Rogers is integrating into modern society after being frozen since World War II, and how Cap’s greatest generation values don’t seem in line with Nick Fury’s cold modern tactics. But perhaps the best part … Continue reading

The Book of Mormon coming to Orange County, CA!

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The Book of Mormon is coming to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa right near the infamous South Coast Plaza. The Book of Mormon is Trey Parker and Matt Stones’ first dive into the musical genre, creating a religious satire musical which tells the story of two young Mormon … Continue reading

Interview with John Barrowman for The Hollywood Show

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John Barrowman. You may recognize him from Doctor Who, Torchwood, Frisky Business/Animals at Work, Anything Goes, and most recently, CW’s Arrow. He is a household name and face in the Geek world. He’s become a fixture at shows, conventions, fan events and anything that is geek. This weekend, he is going … Continue reading

The 2014 Labyrinth of Jareth XVII Masquerade Ball is near!

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The annual Labyrinth Masquerade Ball is heading this way again at the historical Park Plaza in Los Angeles. This year, it will be during fourth of July weekend – Friday, July 4th and Saturday, July 5th. Sypher Art Studio would like to welcome you to their spectacular ball! The Labyrinth of … Continue reading

Catching Pokemon on Google Maps is a reality now

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Google has been known to cook up some great April Fool’s Joke in recent years. I personally think this year they’ve outdone themselves. Tapping into our nostalgia and visceral desire to collect things, Google invested their cutting edge augmented reality technology that enables aspiring trainers to catch… Pokémon. Yes, this … Continue reading

DreamWorks animator turns son’s home videos into nerd magic

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Don’t you wish you had a dad who works in the visual effects department? Well, this lucky kid here has a dad, Daniel Hashimoto, who works at DreamWorks Animation, and he turns simple home videos into something really extraordinary. It includes Batman, LEGOs, lightsabers and space adventures. In the first video, … Continue reading

Call of Duty Championship 2014 – Day One

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Fantastic day here in Southern California. Chris and I are here at the L.A. Live tent, doing coverage for the highly competitive Call of Duty Championship 2014. Out here on this end of the gamerverse, eSports teams from around the globe are vying for the $1 Million Prize Pool, plus … Continue reading

A Noise Within’s Macbeth now showing in Southern California

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If I told you the Scottish Play was my favorite Shakespearean play, aside from Taming of the Shrew, it may reveal a bit of where my mind is at. So I won’t say Macbeth (The Scottish Play) is my favorite. If you’ve gone through high school, your English teacher may have put … Continue reading

More on-set photos of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch for Avengers: Age of Ultron

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There are more on-set photos of Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Quicksilver and Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch for next year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, courtesy of JustJared. We get a good look at Aaron as he runs around looking pretty beefy. Although the outfits for the characters are different, they try … Continue reading

A Kickstarter to revive one of Southern California’s beloved arcade

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Arcades have a special place in my heart. The dim lights, flashing colorful screens, and rows of quarters lined up on the marquee. Despite all the quarters they’ve taken from me, they were some of the fondest times in my childhood. Beating people and trash talking them in public holds … Continue reading