Blizzard Entertainment has revealed this awesome new television commercial via the official World of Warcraft You Tube account, featuring none other than the legend himself, Chuck Norris as a Hunter. Check it out…
Chuck Norris didn’t break a sweat filming the newest World of Warcraft television spot. Instead, he made the director cry and then cooled himself with the tears.
This World of Warcraft television commercial debuted on CBS during the first half of the Chargers-Bears NFL game Sunday, November 20, 2011.
We already knew that Marvel Studios and Warner Bros. were scaling back on the big movie presentations, but I’m pretty sure that the majority of us were still hoping for a surprise of some sort. A last minute panel for The Avengers? An early look at The Dark Knight Rises or Man of Steel perhaps? Nope! While there are a fair few decent panels, and plenty on offer for TV fans, the usually awesome last Sunday of the event looks set to be a quiet news day here on CBM!
SUNDAY, JULY 24
10:00-11:00 Archaia Entertainment and The Jim Henson Company: The Early Works of Jim Henson Screening with Special Tale of Sand Discussion
Jim Henson was a creative genius responsible for some of the most iconic properties today, including The Muppets, Fraggle Rock, and The Dark Crystal. But what was he like leading up to that success? Archaia and The Jim Henson Company explore his early works and creative process, complete with archival, rarely seen footage, brought to you by Henson archivist Karen Falk. Then, get an advance look at Tale of Sand, the new original graphic novel coming in September, based on a never-before-seen screenplay written by Jim Henson and his longtime collaborator, Jerry Juhl. Falk, Archaia editor-in-chief Stephen Christy, and A Tale of Sand artist Ram
It looks like Stephen Kings (IMO) best work is finally gonna get the Hollywood treatment it’s fans have always clamored for. Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the book will make its way to the big screen via a Warner Bros. and CBS Films co-production. What’s yet to be seen is the size and scope of the story to be told. Stephen King’s “The Stand” is a monster of a book that could probably be turned into a 24 episode tv series. There are a ton of characters that come and go as well as major story arcs that just couldn’t be told in even a trilogy of
This week on the podcast, Richard and Christian discuss Arnold Schwarzenegger’s future film choices, Anne Hathaway being cast in the upcoming Batman sequel, as well as all the winners from this years Golden Globe Awards. All this and much, much more on this episode of The Noob News.
Welcome to the show outline, here’s the rundown…
Apparently Arnold has reported that he’s currently reading 3 scripts 1 is CRUSADE with Paul Verhoeven.
Looks like Quentin Tarantino is getting back into the Kill Bill game soon. He posted on his twitter earlier Kill Bill Volume III followed by “The Bride Shall Fight Once More”. Looks like he’s prepping to shoot with a 2013 release date. I love Q.T.’s work especially Kill Bill I and II.
Over the weekend the precursor to the Oscars, The Golden Globe Awards took place with the Hollywood Foreign Press handing out it’s awards for television and film. Other than Ricky Gervais destrying everyone with his witty yet acerbic banter, it was business as usual. Here are the list of winners from this years awards…
Full list of winners:
Best Motion Picture – Drama: ‘The Social Network’ Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical: ‘The Kids Are All Right’ Best Director – Motion Picture: David Fincher, ‘The Social Network’ Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama: Colin Firth, ‘The King’s Speech’ Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama: Natalie Portman, ‘Black Swan’ Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical: Paul Giamatti, ‘Barney’s Version’ Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical: Annette Bening, ‘The Kids Are All Right’ Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Christian Bale, ‘The Fighter’ Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture: Melissa Leo, ‘The Fighter’ Best Animated Feature Film: ‘Toy Story 3′ Best Screenplay – Motion Picture: ‘The Social Network’ Best Original Song – Motion Picture: ‘You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me,’ ‘Burlesque’ Best Original Score – Motion Picture: ‘The Social Network’ Best Foreign Language Film: ‘In a Better World’ Best Television Series – Drama: ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Best Television Series – Comedy: ‘Glee’ Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama: Steve Buscemi, ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Best Actor in a Television Series – Comedy: Jim Parsons, ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama: Katey Sagal, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy: Laura Linney, ‘The Big C’ Best Supporting Actor – Television: Chris Colfer, ‘Glee’ Best Supporting Actress – Television: Jane Lynch, ‘Glee’ Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: ‘Carlos’ Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: Al Pacino, ‘You Don’t Know Jack.’ Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: Claire Danes, ‘Temple Grandin.’
Here’s a couple of cool screen shots from The Hangover 2 featuring a dishevled Ed Helms, a nearly bald Zack Gafanakis and a sweaty (but still cool in his sunglasses) Bradley Cooper. The plot of this movie has been held pretty close to the chest so far but it looks to involve a monkey on a wire (see second picture). This is on my list of must see movie for 2011 and if it’s half as funny as the first one it will be awesome.
In the follow-up to the record-breaking hit comedy
Exciting news for ps3 owners who own a 3d tv, with the VUDU video subscription service you can now stream 3d stereoscopic movies on your playstation 3. They’ve started with a slow roll out including Chicken Little and Bolt, but also include several 3d trailers to try out the techonlogy.
Here’s the first look at Andrew Garfield as the new Spiderman. I like the look of the costume. The texture and material looks very cool. I was expecting a more spandex style fabric but this is very nice. It certainly looks better than the first look we got earlier today of the Sinestro costume.
This comes courtesy of the french site Cineheros. The actual character and suit designs looks all digital and fake much like the other green lantern suits but he does look like the comic version of Sinestro. I’ll try and hold off judgement of this movie until i see it but i’ve been a bit underwhelmed by the what I’ve see of it so far…
This week on thenoobnews.com podcast Richard and Christian discuss James Bond 23 getting greenlit, DC online Universe’s 50 million dollar gamble to take on world of warcraft, as well as all the Hobbit casting news you can stand. All this and much much more on this episode of The Noob News…
hows things, did you watch the cape premiere? watch it here
tosh.0 gives antoine dodson a webredemption in his season premiere…
It looks like Johnny Noxville and Andy Samberg could possibly be joining Australian actors Shane Jacobson as the newest iterations of The Three Stooges. Deadline reports that the actors are on a short list for The Farrelly brothers on again, off again, on again film which at one time had Jim Carrey, Sean Penn, and Benecio Del Toro attached. For pure slapstick funny (which is what the 3 Stooges were) I take Noxville and Samberg over Penn and Del Toro any day.
Here at thenoobnews we’re all big fans of the web series. Short pieces of entertainment spread out over a couple of weeks that keep you coming back again and again is always in high demand and it looks like we’ve found another one for you to check out.
The webseries “Bite Me” was created by the makers of the video game “Dead Rising 2″ as a piece of viral marketing but it turned out to be a pretty cool series. Anyways the latest episode was just posted. Enjoy…
Each year the National Film Registry adds a small group of films to it’s archives to preserve them and keep them safe in their vaults and this years crop includes several notable films as well as a few head scratchers. I don’t know what the criteria is for being picked for the NFR but the films really seem to be all over the board ranging from the early days of film, “Newark Athlete” (1891), to the more modern fare “Study of a River” (1996).
There are a few standouts that should draw the attention of the readers of thenoobnews.com including “All the President
This Week on thenoobnews.com podcast Richard and Christian discuss the impending death of Indiana Jones, the Playstation Networks huge Tuesday demo drop, as well as a their favorite movies, games, tv shows and comics. All this and much much more on this episode of the noob news.