‘Mooby the Golden Calf’ is a fictional children’s television character created by writer/director Kevin Smith which is the figurehead of a fictional fast food chain that is featured throughout the View Askewniverse, most notably in the films Dogma, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back and Clerks II and more recently appeared again in 2019’s Jay and Silent Bob Reboot
Moobys set for Jay & Silent Bob Reboot
Gotham star Cameron Monaghan will voice Cal Kestis, the main character in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
‘Cops and Monsters’ is an on-going supernatural police thriller set in a near future Scotland. Created by 34-year old screenwriter and indie film producer Fraser Coull. The series follows the ‘Paranormal Investigation Team Scotland (PITS)’ as they police and protect the supernatural community in a near-future Scotland.
A few years ago and on the eve of the release of Michael Bay‘s Battleship, Huffington Post wrote an article proclaiming that if that film was successful, it was going to pave the way for a new wave of films based on board games. Films based on Ouija, Risk, and Candy Land were mentioned, with a long-running rumour of a Monopoly film also in play. So whatever happened to them? The easy answer would be that Battleship wasn’t successful.
The film was panned by critics and wasn’t particularly well received by audiences either. Yet that doesn’t appear to be an adequate reason. Box Office Mojo reveals that despite is dubious quality, Battleship actually made nearly $100 million, netting just over $303 million worldwide with a $209 million budget. That doesn’t quite match some other Michael Bay action films for profit, but not many studios would turn down numbers like those.
Here’s a closer look at what happened with some of these projects.
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The podcasting medium is now as popular and visible as ever; in-part thanks to big-name podcasters such as Kevin Smith, Adam Carolla, Marc Maron & Leo Laporte. However the majority of podcasts are started in obscurity by people with no previous media/radio experience. So why do people do it?
We talked to a group of podcasters from around the world and asked them what their show is, how they created it and why they do it.
“In poker they say all you need is a chip & a chair to play. Well I learned in podcasting all you need is a laptop & a mic…”
‘Doctor Squee’ (Gallifrey Stands)
“I’ve always believed that podcasting needs the content to attract a listener and then loads of personality, truth and storytelling to keep them listening.”
Jason (7 Days A Geek)
“I love podcasting. I love everything about it. It is such a great medium. It takes work and dedication to build an audience but anyone with passion and motivation can create a successful podcast” –
Scott Holden (ThatmanOnFatman)
It’s the season of love! And what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by looking back at some of our favourite couples from both the big and small screen.
Buffy & Angel (Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1997-2003)
Before there was Bella and Edward (Twilight), Buffy & Angel (Sarah Michelle Gellar and David Boreanaz) set hearts alight with their typical high school romance between a superhero and a brooding vampire (a tale as old as time). Continue reading
The Doctor Who Experience (Cardiff) is one of the largest and most ambitious Doctor Who exhibitions ever staged. Featuring props and costumes from throughout the shows 51 years (both classic and modern era’s).
There are two separate areas of this exhibition.
Firstly an interactive experience which stars Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi, this exclusive adventure – especially written by Joseph Lidster (Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures) and directed by Paul Wilmshurst (Doctor Who) – puts the audience at the heart of an unmissable experience! Continue reading
Here at IndieMacUser we’d like to wish all our readers and friends world-wide a very Happy and Prosperous New Year!
We made a smattering of posts in 2013 but the blog really kicked off and started getting noticed after a lull in posting on August 14th 2014 with the article ‘Kevin Smith, Podcasts & the power of Fandom‘; still our most popular feature to date.
This article received a really great response worldwide and even led to a guest appearance on Kevin Smith ‘fan podcast’ ThatmanOnFatman. Continue reading