When Neil Patrick Harris takes a hiatus from How I Met Your Mother, he won’t be sitting on his laurels.Â Instead he’ll be running around with the three apple high Smurfs in the Raja Gosnell Smurfs movie.Â The news reports don’t state what live action character he will play, and NPH doesn’t strike me as a Gargamel-type.Â If I were to put my money on the role, I would say he’ll be playing one of the ‘mericans who is trying to get one of the lost Smurfs back to his tribe.
In conjunction with the release of the third explosive issue of Mass Effect: Redemption, Dark Horse Comics announced today that they will be donating 5,000 copies of the first issue of this popular series, which has sold out across the country, to U.S. Armed Forces troops around the world.
Archie Comics wanted to share that the company has updated its website to be more interactive and experience the Archie Cmics characters and universe in a totally different way.
The new ArchieComics.com site, which includes custom visual themes, expanded downloadable content, interactive games, and a new library of video and audio content, presents Archieâ€™s broad collection of characters and stories in a fresh, accessible format that welcomes readers to experience Riverdale in a whole new way.
Acclaimed writer Garth Ennis and fan-favorite character Sergeant Stiles are back in March 2010 for another run on “Battlefields”! This time, Stiles is taking the helm of a Firefly in “The Firefly and His Majesty.” In this sequel to the critically acclaimed “The Tankies” storyline, it’s 1945 and Stiles has been promoted from Corporal to Sergeant. With his Firefly, a British version of the Sherman Tank, and a high-velocity gun, Sherman is set to tear apart any German Tiger tanks in his own way – but this time, the Germans have an ace up their sleeveâ€¦the fearsome King Tiger tank!
I’m on a kick lately where I am actively seeking out modern art that has a retro movie poster feel to it.Â Ron Salas created today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day entry with this mock poster for Johnny Recon by Mitch Gerads and Scott Dillon.
We’ve reported about the third Ghostbusters movie, and the news that Venkman would die in the film.Â If you missed Late Night with David Letterman this week, you missed Murray confirming the story.Â If you listen closely, you’ll hear him almost dismiss the possibility of the movie getting made.