Dan Didio: Best & Worst of DC Comics — Funk’s House of Geekery

I am sure every comic fan has now learned that after 18 years the Co-Publisher and former VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics, Dan Didio was released from his position. By all accounts this decision came down from the new corporate overlords at DC’s parent company Warner Bros. While we could sit here for days arguing […]… Continue reading Dan Didio: Best & Worst of DC Comics — Funk’s House of Geekery

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Scarlett Johansson is back in black as Marvel’s superspy Black Widow — EW.com

Scarlett Johansson readies for battle the way a veteran doctor scrubs in for surgery or an astronaut gears up for her eighth space flight. Hair drawn back in a tidy braid, she barely glances down at Natasha Romanoff’s familiar black catsuit as she buckles every buckle and zips every zipper with rhythmic efficiency. 1,947 more… via… Continue reading Scarlett Johansson is back in black as Marvel’s superspy Black Widow — EW.com

Scarlett Johansson breaks down a decade of Black Widow’s best scenes — EW.com

It’s been 10 years since we first met Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff, handily taking down Happy Hogan in Tony Stark’s boxing ring. Over the last decade, she’s evolved from morally conflicted superspy to avenging hero and, ultimately, the sacrificial savior of the universe. 877 more words via Scarlett Johansson breaks down a decade of Black Widow’s… Continue reading Scarlett Johansson breaks down a decade of Black Widow’s best scenes — EW.com

SCRIPT MOVIE: Women Of Steel, by Marilyn Lee

A gripping tale of three women, unrelated seemingly, tell their stories of experiencing life traumas and what they did to change themselves to make themselves better, working through their traumas to become successful. Part of the life experiences include experiences with the paranormal. CAST LIST: Narrator: – Steve Rizzo Anna: – Val Cole Rachel: –… Continue reading SCRIPT MOVIE: Women Of Steel, by Marilyn Lee

Winning SHORT Sci-Fi Screenplay Reading: Voosch And Helina, by Joe Kourieh

In the far future, the world is engulfed in a war with genocidal implications. One young soldier, faced with an innocent victim, juggles the pressures of duty and conscience in his many arms. CAST LIST: Human 2: Nick Hendrik Human 1: Peter Valdron Narrator: Justine Christensen Helina: Rebecca MacDonald Gaard: Thomas Fournier — Producer/Director: Matthew… Continue reading Winning SHORT Sci-Fi Screenplay Reading: Voosch And Helina, by Joe Kourieh

Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading: Pandora’s Adversaries, by Jason Harley

My story addresses the dangers of anti-feminist sentiment, or the irrational hatred of any identifiable group, for that matter. There is a terrific opportunity here for a strong female hero in LENA, the protagonist. The story is heavily character driven and requires minimal special effects. The battle of wits between LENA and GRIFFIN, the antagonist,… Continue reading Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading: Pandora’s Adversaries, by Jason Harley

Winning Sci-Fi TV SPEC Screenplay of BLACK MIRROR: Matchsticks 2.0., by Shane W Smith

“Perfect is the enemy of special. ” When the government starts to use data mining software in order to identify genetically imperfect citizens, the software’s lead designer must come to terms with what it means to be perfect, and decide what kind of life he wants for his children. CAST LIST: Sally: Rebecca MacDonald Brad:… Continue reading Winning Sci-Fi TV SPEC Screenplay of BLACK MIRROR: Matchsticks 2.0., by Shane W Smith

SCI-FI Festival 1st Scene Reading: Beautiful Surfaces, by Drew Robinson

In a world where aging has been eradicated, the heir apparent to the immortality industry discovers problems with the anti-aging drugs and finds herself caught in a conspiracy that threatens not only those she loves but also the very fabric of this new, everlasting society. CAST LIST: Man: Bill Poulin Narrator: Sean Ballantyne Yona: Hannah… Continue reading SCI-FI Festival 1st Scene Reading: Beautiful Surfaces, by Drew Robinson