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stone cold vs justin bieber

09 October 2010 - 11:49 PM

matt hardy will restart his omega promotion

04 October 2010 - 09:50 PM

from his official twitter page

In the next 6 months, Im restarting OMEGA & also opening up an OMEGA wrestling developmental school. Excited about both-its gonna be great!

OMEGA was the promotion that Hardy started and ran along with his brother Jeff. Friends and wrestling stars like Hurricane Helms and Shannon Moore also competed in the promotion as well.

new live action wonder woman tv series announced

02 October 2010 - 07:16 PM

After years of trying to get DC's Amazonian Princess, Wonder Woman, to the big screen, there's now some serious movement to get her on the small one.

According to THR's The Live Feed, freakin' David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, Boston Legal, The Practice) is developing the modern day reboot of the super-strong, scantily-clad comic book heroine for Warner Bros. Television! For years, the likes of Joss Whedon and Joel Silver have attempted to get a Wonder Woman movie off the ground, but it never worked out. So now it looks like the character is returning to the medium that brought her great fame in the 1970s, via the classic (albiet very cheesy) Lynda Carter series.

There are no more details as of yet, including a possible network, but that doesn't mean that we can't kick off a storm of rampant internet speculation! Who will play her? What will her new costume look like? Will the storylines be faithful to the comics? And what will a guy like David E. Kelly -- known for his dialouge-heavy legal series -- do with an action-oriented character like Wonder Woman?

If our fond memories of Lynda Carter are correct, this

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star wars saga is going 3d!

30 September 2010 - 03:34 AM

Star Wars Finally Hits 3D
Reach out and touch Jar Jar.

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by Richard George

We've been hearing for months - even straight from George Lucas himself - that Star Wars should receive the 3D treatment. This evening word has come that work has indeed begun on converting the entire Star Wars franchise into the new format.

Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox are planning a relaunch of the six Star Wars films beginning in early 2012. One film would be released in that same timeframe per year, starting with The Phantom Menace. The report mentions that each adaptation would take about a year, and that the release schedule could be affected by the financial performance of each movie. (Something tells us that's not going to be a problem.)

The availability of 3D tech has been one of the reasons Lucas has been holding out. The Reporter mentions the availability of properly equipped theaters as well as televisions have affected the timetable, as Lucas wants to make sure as many people see the re-releases as possible.

For the latest on Star Wars in 3D, stay tuned to IGN Movies.

Read more: http://movies.ign.co...l#ixzz10yL7ofMg