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  1. Star Trek: Discovery

    They haven't officially said anything, but The Hollywood Reporter says so. So far there's no new date. CBS did give this official statement that seems like damage control for another delay: Don't get me wrong I'd rather they delay it than rush and botch it. But the various delays and Fuller leaving do leave the impression that they announced this thing without really thinking it through.
  2. Star Trek: Discovery

    I don't think I've ever seen Frain play someone who wasn't a bad guy. One thing I haven't seen mentioned here is that the show has been delayed again.
  3. Couldn't find a general Marvel Netflix or a Defender's thread, so I'll just post this here. Just some information about how they come together.
  4. Video Games: Fantasy's Final '16

    There is going to be DLC, there's a season pass. My understanding is that at least three episodes are planned, one focusing on each of the guys who isn't Noctis. Where Gladio and Prompto's will fit in to the story are pretty obvious, but people have speculated Ignis's will take place partly in Altissia.
  5. Wait, didn't we just get an update that suggested it probably would be out this year?
  6. Better Call Saul

    Anyone know when this is coming back?
  7. I'm way behind but trying to catch up on the third season now that it's on Netflix. On episode 3.20 now and that alley scene with James. We had a whole buildup scene of the Watchdogs training with the automatic weapons. Then during the mission none of them fired a shot because "oh shit he just set that chain on fire and hit a guy with it! The guy we targeted because he has super powers has super powers and it's so shocking to us that we forgot to just shoot him." To a certain extent this is an issue in the films too. I remember thinking about it in the opening of Civil War with Black Widow. All one terrorist had to do was shoot her while she was hand to hand combating. But this instance actually made me laugh out loud because it was just so bad and preceded by that whole gun range scene.
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  9. I'm sitting here trying to figure out what this is in reference to, completely unaware that this came back last night. So thanks for the heads up! Will return after watching.
  10. Star Wars Rebels (All Star Wars Spoilers)

    Ah, that makes sense.
  11. Star Wars Rebels (All Star Wars Spoilers)

    I'd be (pleasantly) surprised if we saw her again on Rebels. I figured the idea of leaving her presumed dead stranded in that temple was to bench her until Vader was dead. It was great seeing them interact, but can they really take that relationship any further without stepping on the original trilogy? The only thing I think they could still do that would have any impact would be to have Vader kill her. If they wanted to go that way I think they already would have. So my hope is they're saving her for the rumored post-ROTJ show. Edit: Just thinking I wonder if it'll eventually be revealed that she was killed by Kylo at the massacre of Luke's Jedi summer camp. I doubt he'd beat her in a fight but one could imagine him surprising her. I agree, but if this is the case Vader's "There will be no one to stop us this time!" line from Star Wars is weird. Who stopped them before? Budget cuts by the senate?
  12. Yeah, three actually makes the most sense I think. But it's still kinda weird they didn't stuff him in the trunk and dispose of him elsewhere. I'd never heard of Carson before the primary season, but that does explain it. I'm assuming his autobiography didn't touch on his odd pyramid beliefs. I've only got the finale left and I can't handle watching it now after 5.9. That last conversation between Dukie and Micheal just destroyed me. Fuck this show.
  13. I've been rewatching this lately. I just finished episode five of season five and I could swear Omar asked another guy "Is this Eddie Cantor?" re: a song on the radio while they were staking out Monk's place. It just seems really random and coincidental since WIlliams would later be on Boardwalk Empire and at one point end up intimidating a fictionalized version of Cantor. Another odd thing was hearing Ben Carson mentioned as a role model. Only because he came off as such a weirdo during the republican primaries. I think my only other new observation was in season two. When Ziggy made his change from "said" to "begged" on the report of his crime, I used to think that was him being genuinely remorseful. Watching it again I'm pretty sure he was trying to make the report sound cooler. Which is probably sadder. Oh also, why did Frank get to keep his hands and face? I get that Serge wasn't there but I thought that was policy. Anyway it still holds up as a great show. I realize these observations don't warrant a thread but I couldn't find an open one.
  14. Alien: Covenant (update: trailer)

    Yeah. Also I forget if this was abandoned as the series went on but I remember reading that originally the idea was Xenomorphs only lived for like a day and then died. So they'd be good for taking over a planet without damaging the infrastructure too much. (other than the acid blood.)
  15. Major plot leaks for Guardians and Ragnorok. All sounds pretty good.