Star Trek Continues "The White Iris" Is Back on YouTube

After almost 3 weeks of waiting the popular fan series Star Trek Continues has their latest episode, “The White Iris”, back on YouTube. The episode debuted at Phoenix Comicon on May 30th and went live online the next day.  It seems though that somehow wires were crossed and the episode was pulled by YouTube (although it was still available on the Official Star Trek Continues website and Vimeo) under investigation…

Arnold Schwarzenegger Pranks Fans in Hollywood

Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum is famous the world over for its realistic looking wax replicas of real people.  But one figure was a bit more than realistic as some tourists found out the hard way! It’s all in good fun and for a good cause as Arnold Schwarzenegger wanders Hollywood and Highland taking selfies, posing with fans and occasionally scaring just a few unexpected passersby. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w81g199L8YA&w=560&h=315] He did it…

Live Action Akira Fan-Made Trailer is Awesome!

When I was growing up there were two types of Anime Fans.  The kind that understood Akira (or claimed they understood it) and those that didn’t. It was almost like a test when you were asked “Do you understand Akira?”  You only got one chance at it.  You didn’t come to understand Akira later – you just understood it, or you didn’t. If you said yes you were met with…

Renowned Actor Sir Christopher Lee Dies at 93

“I think acting is a mixture of instinct, imagination and inventiveness. All you can learn as an actor is basic technique.” – one of the most memorable quotes from Sir Christopher Lee. From his beginnings as one of the Horror Masters to James Bond, Star Wars to Lord of the Rings and even Heavy Metal singer, Sir Christopher Lee spanned the decades, generations, genres and mediums to become one of…

First Trailer for Ridley Scott's "The Martian"

When a storm on Mars forces the evacuation of the exploratory crew, Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is somehow left behind.  With no way to contact Earth or his crew mates (although he does eventually do just this) he must figure out how to survive for at least four years, til another mission arrives. The Fox film is based on the book by Andy Weir, with a screenplay by Drew Goddard….

Interview with Vic Mignogna of Star Trek Continues

Producer and Actor Vic Mignogna took a moment out of his busy schedule to speak to Video Jouzu the day before Phoenix Comicon 2015 began about Star Trek Continues’ 4th Episode “The White Iris” Vic Mignogna: To be honest with you its a dramatic and emotional, personal episode and so I was a bit worried by how it was going to be received.   Especially since the last one, the…

Greetings Starfighter! A Sequel to the Cult Classic "The Last Starfighter"?

Last year my favorite classic tale of a trailer park boy turned Starfighter and yours, received some well deserved extra attention when an updated fan trailer hit the web. Several people started talking about a sequel to the first movie to use all visual effects, including Star Wars Anthology screenwriter Gary Whitta and Seth Rogen. Turns out the movie isn’t just a fan favorite it’s a favorite in Hollywood too. …

Billie Lourd is Not a Young Princess Leia in The Force Awakens

There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the casting of Carrie Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  Most of it has surrounded the possibility that she would play a young Princess Leia in a flashback of some kind. But during an interview with ET in which she was discussing an upcoming show that she will be in, called Scream Queens, Lourd confirmed that…

SyFy and Amblin Join Forces for "Brave New World"

Trying to show they aren’t all about Sharknado and Pirahnaconda  SyFy has made several announcements in the last month to make high profile original movies, series and mini-series.  From Wes Craven’s “People Under the Stairs” to Arthur C. Clarke’s “Childhoods’ End”.  Today they announced they are partnering for the second time with Amblin Television to produce a series based on Aldous Huxley’s novel “Brave New World”. First published in 1932,…