Shaun of the Dead Animated

The Disney Channel is quickly becoming something geeks need to keep an eye on. If having a brand new Star Wars series on it this week wasn’t enough, their long running hit Phineas & Ferb continues to attract in A-List geek talent. They’ve already done Star Wars episodes, Marvel episodes, Damon Lindelof wrote an recent Lost-themed episode, and soon Simon Pegg and Nick Frost will appear as their Shaun of the Dead characters Ed and Shaun. What could bring those two iconic character to the show? You can watch the Shaun of the Dead animated clip below and find out. Read More »

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Phineas and Ferb Shaun of the Dead

The Cornetto trilogy is done for good, but some of its characters will live on. For a few minutes, anyway. Shaun of the Dead stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are set to reprise their roles for an episode of the Disney Channel series Phineas and Ferb.

More details about the Phineas and Ferb Shaun of the Dead reunion after the jump.

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Harrison Ford played Han Solo

Everything from actual on-set news and casting, to television and merchandise is in this edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following:

  • Harrison Ford is injured on the set of Star Wars Episode VII.
  • Lawrence Kasdan is again rumored to write Boba Fett spinoff.
  • Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars gets a premiere date.
  • Gareth Edwards talks his Star Wars spin-off, which will be shot in the UK.
  • See a new image of the Hot Wheels Darth Vader Comic-Con exclusive.
  • John Boyega‘s father may have a role in Episode VII.
  • The Abu Dhabi Episode VII sets are likely to be preserved.
  • Lego Star Wars Lightsaber Set gets 10,000 supporters.
  • Buy a replica of Han Solo‘s Bespin Outfit.
  • Four new Star Wars art pieces will be out Friday from Acme Archives.

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Angry Birds Star Wars II

If Star Wars Angry Birds wasn’t nearly evil enough for you, there’s good news: The sequel will allow you to join the Dark Side. Oh, I’m sorry, I meant the Pork Side. Which seems like kind of a cannibal-y thing for them to call themselves, but what do I know? I’m not an evil egg-stealing pig. Also after the jump:

  • Peek at some art from the Phineas & Ferb Star Wars special
  • Seth Green explains what’s going on with Star Wars Detours
  • Did NASA find a frozen Han Solo on the surface of Mercury?
  • Michael Giacchino reinterprets “The Imperial March”

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Harrison Ford on Conan

Harrison Ford has been pretty good about keeping his lips sealed with regard to Star Wars Episode VII, but would he break his silence for $1,000? Conan O’Brien finds out. Also after the jump:

  • Ford thinks modern fandom would’ve ruined Star Wars
  • Get details on the Star Wars / Phineas & Ferb crossover

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Will Powers actually make it to FX? What does the new opening to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles look like? Want to read some interpretations of the ending of The Dark Knight Rises and ideas for a reboot? Which character has to have a movie before Justice League comes out? Which prop replicas come in the new Avengers box set? What did some costume designs for The Amazing Spider-Man look like? Does Christopher Nolan have advice to whoever makes the next Batman film and what does the Man of Steel trailer sound like with John Williams‘ score? Read about all of this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.
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