Browsing Archives of Author »Jason Hunt«

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Targets Adrianne Palicki

August 19, 2014


via The Hollywood Reporter — Adrianne Palicki is the latest addition to the ever-increasing roster of stars coming on board Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for season two. Palicki will play Agent Bobbi Morse, otherwise known as Mockingbird. Her first appearance will be in the fifth episode, something hinted at by Patton Oswalt’s Agent(s) Koenig in […]

Dear Night Vale, Our Intern Survived

August 19, 2014


Having paid homage to the Shape in the Corner that Does Not Speak, we can now share with our dear readers that our Intern Raul has successfully completed his summer internship and is making his journey home to Arizona. We have been forbidden from disclosing a more exact location due to the unexpected consequences of […]

Sharing is Caring. Pass It On!

August 18, 2014


Sure you do! Because your mother taught you to share, right? Sharing is caring. Sharing is good for your karma. And other nice persuasive things go here to emotionally blackmail you into doing something you might or might not already be doing. Sharing us with your friends. We know you have a few. Maybe a […]

Hugo Awards Announced

August 17, 2014


The 72nd World Science Fiction Convention, Loncon 3, has announced the 2014 Hugo Award winners. 3587 valid ballots were received and counted in the final ballot. The 2014 Hugo Award winners were announced on Sunday evening, August 17, at the ExCel Converntion Centre in London, England. The ceremony was hosted by Justina Robson, Geoff Ryman. […]

SOUL CATCHER Gets Film Option

August 15, 2014


Deadline is reporting that Dimitri Villard, producer of Flight Of he Navigator and Once Bitten, is returning to the big screen with Soul Catcher, based on the 1972 novel by Frank Herbert. During the 1980s, Villard had attempted to obtain the rights, but then moved to running his music company, ArtistDirect. Now he’s turning his attention back to […]

H2O: In Which We Discuss Robin Williams, Aquaman, and More

August 14, 2014


This week: the technology cooperated enough for us to get back on schedule. Robin Williams, data mining, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Doctor Who, Guardians of the Galaxy, screenwriting by committee, Star Wars, Star Trek (should Orci direct the next one?), and Babylon 5 (reboot? sequel? wha-huh?) It’s another hodgepodge episode, complete with digressions and diversions. […]

It’s A Marvel Wrinkle — Contest Time!

August 12, 2014


Something we don’t do a lot: contests! So here we go. During our most recent H2O (which you can hear by clicking here), Mr. Harvey and I got to contemplating the casting possibilities for the upcoming Warner Brothers adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time. During the course of the conversation, the idea of Tim Curry […]

H2O: In Which We Discuss A Wrinkle on Pern… (ahem)

August 9, 2014


Apologies for the delay in getting this out this week — we tell the tale of the Gremlins in the Station — but we have finally managed to record (and save) an episode this week before the week was over. This time out, we try to stay a little lighter and talk about the recent […]

The Summer of Marvel Blows Up — LEVEL ELEVENTY-SEVEN 29

August 8, 2014


Guardians of the Galaxy has taken the world by storm, delivering a $1-billion (with a B) year to Disney. Was the movie all that and a bag of chips? And what about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? New cast members with a lot of geek cred. Plus, we talk about the recent DC movie news and how it […]


August 8, 2014


  I miss Bruce Timm. Not because I think Bruce Timm is better, or smarter, or more creative, or any other superlative you can use to fill in the blank. But there has been a definite shift in tone since James Tucker took over as supervising producer for DC Animation, and it’s darker, something many […]

Book Month Flashback: David Weber and the Honorverse

August 6, 2014


This month on Live From the Bunker, we’ve got a little theme going on. For those of you who missed it, “Book Month” is now in play. Almost every night is booked with someone who’s involved in the creation of science fiction and fantasy books. Authors, editors, and even a narrator who does the audiobook […]

Sony Throws Down The Gauntlet… Like a Girl

August 4, 2014


It looks like Sony just beat Marvel and DC to the punch in the (tortoise vs snail) race to deliver a female-led superhero film. Deadline is reporting that after moving The Amazing Spider-Man 3 back to a date after Sinister Six, they are now moving forward on a new Spider-Verse project with a female lead […]

San Diego Comic-Con: Comic Book Movies & TV

August 2, 2014


Continuing our look at the news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con last week, we stop to examine the comic book movies and television that made headlines. Beginning with the major bits: Wonder Woman and (the lack of ) Captain Marvel. DC Comics Zach Snyder made a brief appearance, bringing out Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, […]


August 1, 2014


In case you missed it: this past week on Live From the Bunker, we reviewed a boatload of news from San Diego Comic-Con. Even though we weren’t able to make it out there ourselves, we still want to bring the most comprehensive coverage as we’re able. So we’ve been compiling news (movies here, comics here, […]

H2O: In Which We Discuss San Diego Comic-Con Issues

July 31, 2014


In the aftermath of San Diego Comic-Con, we talk about several things — most notably the fight that’s brewing between SDCC and Salt Lake Comic Con (and by extension, every other Comic Con on the planet), as well as the incidents of harassment and assault that took place over the weekend. Is SDCC getting too […]


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