Thursday, May 12, 2010
Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the web:
Vamps in 3D: Dario Argento is set to start filming his upcoming film, Dracula, in 3D. The film aims to be a faithful translation of Bram Stoker’s classic novel. Shooting will begin in January and take place in Italy.
[via Slash Film]
Who needs a resume? This guy got a job by taking out Google Ads:
More superpowers on TV: ABC has picked up No Ordinary Family, a show about a family who develops superpowers after a plane crash. (Sounds like LOST meets Heroes.) The show will air next season and stars Michael Chiklis (The Shield) and Julie Benz (Dexter).
[via The Hollywood Reporter]
Yoda Cloud: See it can I.
More on Spielberg’s dinos: EW had more details to share about Steven Spielberg’s upcoming FOX dinosaur series, Terra Nova:
(The show)begins in 2149 A.D. The scene: a large group of settlers are preparing to leave the apocalyptic world they live in to time travel back millions of years via a massive, high-tech contraption. Their goal is to see trees, enjoy a blue sky, eat real food – basically, to start over in this so-called Eden. But what they find is unlike anything they were expecting.
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