Star Wars Land

As construction on Star Wars Land has gone vertical in Anaheim, we are beginning to learn more information about Disneyland’s upcoming immersive spaceport experience. The ride queues for the land’s two E-ticket attractions will feel less like a long line and more like a storytelling experience that brings park visitors through many different environments. Also, word has it that the Stormtrooper Battle Escape ride will involve you having to abandon your ride vehicle mid-ride and make a run for it away from oncoming First Order Stormtroopers. All this and more in the latest Star Wars Land update, after the jump.
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Let The Right One In tv series pilot

Update: Doctor Who and Happy Valley director Euros Lyn has been hired by TNT to direct the pilot of a television series based on Let The Right One In. Lyn also directed episodes of Daredevil, Black Mirror, Sherlock, Torchwood and Broadchurch. Learn about the Let The Right One In tv series, after the jump.

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jay roach Intelligent life rewrite

Earlier this summer, Selma director Ava DuVernay departed from the Steven Speilberg-produced Intelligent Life. The Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly-written Amblin science fiction story is now being rewritten by Jay Roach, who is also being eyed to direct the movie. Hit the jump to learn more about the Jay Roach Intelligent Life news.

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Walt Disney and Disneyland tv series

Agent Carter Showrunners Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters have sold an hour-long dramatic television series pitch to Disney-owned network ABC, that is “based on the Disney theme park mythology.” As a Disneyland fanatic, this excites me, even though I can’t quite comprehend what this even means.

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x-men: Apocalypse deleted scene

20th Century Fox has released a new X-Men: Apocalypse deleted scene which shows how Tye Sheridan‘s character Scott Summers got his X-Men name Cyclops and also came into his iconic visor. Hit the jump to watch it now.

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Russian Rogue One poster

Over the weekend at a Russian Comic Con, Disney revealed a new Russian poster for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Not only is the poster cool, but it may give us a clue as to what rating to expect when the movie hits theaters in the U.S. Hit the jump to take a look at this cool Russian Rogue One poster and learn more.

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At Star Wars Celebration Europe, DisneyXD released the first trailer for Star Wars Rebels season three, revealing not only Thrawn’s return to Star Wars canon but also that we’d begin to see some of the Rogue Squadron. The next episode of Star Wars Rebels is titled “The Antilles Extraction,” and as you might expect from the name, this will be Wedge Antilles introduction to the series.

DisneyXD has released a new clip from the upcoming episode, alongside some new images. See Wedge Antilles in Star Wars Rebels after the jump.
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bottleneck gallery nycc

Bottleneck Gallery continues to kill it with their pop culture art prints. The gallery will be debuting a slew of new prints at New York Comic Con later this week. Want to get a sneak preview of some of these prints? After the jump, you’ll find Star Wars prints from Matt Ferguson and Raid71, as well as Jock‘s 28 Days LaterMatt Ferguson‘s Arena Star Trek print and Alice X. Zhang‘s Suicide Squad giclee. I’ve also rounded up some of the great Bottleneck prints which have premiered elsewhere, including Ise Ananphada’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Tom Whalen‘s South Park.
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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events teaser trailer

Netflix has finally released a teaser trailer for their upcoming television adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. Based on the bestselling children’s series by Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket), this new series will follow the adventures of three orphaned Baudelaire children adopted by their cousin Count Olaf, who is after their family inheritance. You might remember director Brad Silberling‘s 2004 film starring Jim Carrey failed to start a movie franchise. Neil Patrick Harris plays Count Olaf in this version of the adaptation and Netflix believes they might be the medium to bring this 13-part book series to life.

Hit the jump and see the first Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events teaser trailer, and learn about the series’ truly unfortunate release date.
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Westworld premiered this week on HBO, and I very much enjoyed the first episode of Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy Nolan‘s expensive and beautiful small screen adaptation. But I was left with many questions, though not many of the plot-specific mysteries that Jacob Hall brings up in his extensive Westworld spoiler review. I’m more interested in his first question: How does this park actually operate?

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