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Archive for June, 2006

Return to Krypton scene cut from Superman

by on Jun.12, 2006, under Movies

Bryan Singer told SCI FI Wire that he cut a rather interesting scene from Superman Returns because it didn’t fit the movie – but isn’t sure where the scene may show up. The scene features Superman returning to his home planet of Krypton – to find it destroyed. For whatever reason, Singer doesn’t think it will end up on a DVD – but perhaps in 3D IMAX: “I think it would be coolest in 3-D, because of just stuff that’s flying around.”

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Len Wiseman talks about Underworld 3, Die Hard 4

by on Jun.07, 2006, under Movies

Got this in email: Len Wiseman, creator/producer/director of the Underworld movies, gave an interview to iFMagazine where he mentions he will be directing Die Hard 4, and will NOT be directing the next Underworld movie but will write and produce.

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Battlestar Galactica Season 2 soundtrack released June 20th

by on Jun.06, 2006, under Audio

The soundtrack for the second season of Battlestar Galactica is coming out from La-La Land Records on June 20th, featuring the talents of composer Bear McCreary. Read More for the full press release – review coming soon. And Jamie Bamber (Captain Lee “Apollo” Adama) should check out Celebrity Poker Showdown on Bravo. Missed it? It will be on a hundred more times…

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Hasbro shuts down “G.I. Joe: The Epic Saga” site

by on Jun.05, 2006, under General News


On May 30th 2006, Benny and Rafi Fine received a ?Cease & Desist? letter from Hasbro, Inc.. The company demanded they take their popular Internet series ?G.I. Joe: The Epic Saga? off of their website at for the use of Hasbro?s action figures and logos which constitutes copyright infringement.

The letter states the videos must be taken down by June 9th, 2006 at 5pm EST, and the Brothers plan to comply. In a time that Internet rights are such an issue, the shutting down of the series only strengthens fears that the web is not a place for free expression. If the Fine Brothers? toy-size comedy satire is at risk, where they made no monetary gain, then what is next.
?G.I. Joe: The Epic Saga? is a trilogy of feature films split up into mini-series format to accommodate the online community. It stars figures from G.I. Joe, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and more. The series had been running for one year, and two of the three feature films were released before the letter was received. To the dismay of the films? fans, it appears the third film will not be allowed to see release.

The videos can be seen until June 9th, 2006 at

The Cease and Desist Letter from Hasbro:

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