Ever since the announcement of Christian Bale leaving Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic there is a huge buzz around the topic of who will pick up the role of the Apple tech guru. Ashton Kutcher proved in his tenure in the role during Jobs (and, let’s be honest, well before that), that he is not the man Hollywood wants to return to step into Steve Jobs’ venerable shoes.
If you really know video production inside and out, know Adobe After Effects, and Final Cut Pro, can shoot, and light dynamically, then Marvel wants to hear from you. The company is looking for a production person that is listed as an After Effects Animator/Final Cut Pro Editor, but a complete breakdown of the skills shows you need production skills as well.
Sometimes you just can’t make up this stuff.Â The Australian government is looking for a Tardis Operator.Â Unfortunately, the government is only paying $65K a year on the low end; I guess the perks of traveling through time and space make up for the chump change salary.Â Nowhere in the job description does it say anything about having to be a young cute female, or having to deal with Daleks on a regular basis.Â Damn Daleks. Thanks for the link Hercules! via APS Jobs
For most of Battle for the Cowl, readers havenâ€™t been privy to the actual gang warfare between Two-Face, the Penguin, and Black Mask.Â In The Underground, The Riddler and Catwoman get a first hand look at what is going on, and for Gotham it isnâ€™t pretty.Â It may not even be pretty for those who pick up the issue.
Hoping to cut costs and keep the company afloat, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. not only announced it may cut 800 jobs, it is also canceling orders for The Simpsons and The Martha Stewart Show.Â Martha I can understand, as that seems to be more of a method of torture than entertainment, but to deny our America’s Hat brethren the antics of those silly yellow people, is simply no way to run a television network. The pubcaster also said it will lower license fees and order fewer episodes of such popular Canadian TV series as “The Border,” “Being Erica,” and “Little
It canâ€™t have been that long ago that I praised X-Factor as being one of my favorite comic books. It must have been even less time than that that I announced, even though the artwork by Larry Stroman was giving me heart palpitations, I would continue to buy the book for Peter Davidâ€™s writing. Yeahâ€¦ what was I thinking?
Here’s another clip from Hancock, showing Will Smith trying to be politically correct in a crisis situation. I still get the feeling this is going to be a great superhero flick, showing what happens when the nut jobs push for a kindler gentler hero that too constrained by rules to be effective. via Yahoo! Movies
Or – “The Fair Witch Project.” The Legion of Super-Heroes covers a lot of different takes on heroism, but the one thing that they all seem to share is the affinity for science.Â From the “ultra-energy” that imbues Jo Nah, to Wildfire‘s transformation to pure antimatter, to the accident that empowered Lighting Lass and her brother, theÂ vagaries of scienceÂ (or at least the strange comic book version thereof) have served as the origin of many Legionnaires.Â Indeed, with the bright and shiny future setting, that’s as it should be.Â So today’s Historical subject is an anomaly from the get-go, holding the