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Episode 23: Snakes On A Podcast

Posted on 17 February 2011 by TH3 No08

This week on Noob Radio Richard and Christian discuss the forthcoming theatrical release of “The Dead”, wonder how the computer gaming industry still exists after years of piracy and give you all the details on how to get involved in Geek Weekend #2. All this and much much more on this weeks episode of Noob Radio…

Here’s this weeks rundown, enjoy…

quick hits…

Movie News…
Jonathan and Howard Ford

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Marvel Studios Once Again Developing The Black Panther

Posted on 21 January 2011 by Christian

Marvel taps Mark Bailey to pen The Black Panther adaptation.

THR is reporting that Marvel Studios has hired Mark Bailey to pen an adaptation of The Black Panther that will be produced by Kevin Feige. The Black Panther (aka) T’Challa King of Wakanda, is a long time member of The Avengers who will themselves, be hitting the big screen next summer. The Black Panther first appeared in 1966 in the pages of The Fantastic Four.

Bailey, who’s credits include The Last of the Tribe: The Epic Quest to Save a Lone Man in the Amazon may seem like an odd choice for The Black Panther to some. Marvel expects Bailey to bring realism and grittiness to the project.

The Black Panther was reacquired by Marvel in 2005 when it absorbed many character licenses from Lionsgate. In 2003 Lionsgate bought Artisan who had previously acquired the rights from Columbia who had planned on making a Black Panther film during the 90′s with Wesley Snipes attached.

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National Film Registry Announces 25 New Additions To The Archives…

Posted on 29 December 2010 by TH3 No08

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

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