While Paul has been hard at work diligently updating this wonderful blog, I’ve been doing nothing but aimlessly exploring the internet. Fortunately, it has not been an exercise in futility. I’ll be posting some of the best links the interwebs has to offer every week on our blog. Here are the fruits of my labor.
– Bruce Timm, who you may know as one of the co-creators of Batman: The Animated Series, produced a spectacular animated short for the Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary that harkens back to Batman’s roots. – And while you’re at it, check out Darwyn Cooke’s great Batman Beyond short as well. – Here’s a cast photo from Quentin Tarantino’s highly anticipated reading of The Hateful Eight (which is apparently going to be filmed after all!). – In Your Eyes, a new film written and produced by the king of the nerds Joss Whedon and directed by Brin Hill, is available to rent now for only $5 on Vimeo. – Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs film may trade David Fincher and Christian Bale for Danny Boyle and Leonardo DiCaprio. – When you have some time, check out this fantastic video series chronicling the history of world cinema. – Comic-Con’s little brother, WonderCon, took place this past weekend in Anaheim. Check out some of the best cosplayers from the event courtesy of Tested. – Watching Game of Thrones with your parents can get pretty awkward. It’s nice to know that HBO understands our pain. – Sin City: A Dame To Kill For is actually. really, hopefully, finally coming to theaters in August and it has a short new trailer. – Entertainment Weekly gave us our first look at Bryce Dallas Howard in Jurassic World. – We here at The Screen Watcher’s Guild are always looking to give back. So, if you happen to own a VHS copy of the Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock hit film Speed, please send it over to this man. He’s trying to collect every VHS copy of the film, but he might be better off collecting copies of Speed 2: Cruise Control since he’d probably just have to visit a few land fills to find them all. – That’s all for now Screen Watchers, but we’ll leave you with another great video from the folks over at Screen Junkies. It’s a cut of The Wolf of Wall Street featuring just the “F” words…well, not the ones you might think.