A wonderful interview by The Guardian with Joss Whedon. He’s so very candid and personable. It’s easy to see why he’s the greatest Nerd of us all!
Moments like these are what make being a Nerd such a wonderful thing. Thank you Mr. Stewart for sharing your story and for bringing awareness to both women in abusive relationships and veterans suffering from PTSD.
It’s been more than five years since the tragic end to the promising life and career of Heath Ledger. In this video we see a glimpse of the diary he created to help prepare for what many consider to be his defining role as the Joker in Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight”.
- Take a Peek Inside Heath Ledger’s Joker Diary (geektyrant.com)
- Take a Quick Look at Heath Ledger’s Joker Diary from THE DARK KNIGHT (collider.com)
- Heath Ledger’s Diary from the The Dark Knight Is Sad and Scary (gawker.com)
- Heath Ledger’s Joker Diary (firewireblog.com)
- First Look At The ‘Joker’ Journal Heath Ledger Kept (excelsizeus.wordpress.com)
- Viral Videos: Best Movie Monologues of All Time (rr.com)
- Batman’s Lambo: “Dark Knight” production designer talks about Lamborghini’s role in new film, how Tumbler was created (motortrend.com)
- Heath Ledger’s Dad Shares Entries From Son’s Joker Diary in Documentary (gossipcop.com)
- VIDEO: Heath Ledger’s Joker Diary From THE DARK KNIGHT Revealed (comicbookmovie.com)
- Check Out Heath Ledger’s Joker Diary From ‘The Dark Knight’ (news.moviefone.com)
Emma Dibdin from DigitalSpy.com got the chance to sit down with Michael Shannon who plays Superman’s nemesis General Zod in the upcoming film Man of Steel. The veteran actor had some high praise for the man who will don one of the most iconic roles in comic book history.
Joss Whedon has more than proven himself to be a gifted writer and director. With such amazing credits as Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog on his docket he’s more than earned his geek cred. That’s without even mentioning his brilliant take on The Avengers. If he wants to helm a Bat flick, we day welcome to Gotham sir!
With no Peter Parker to hold him back, Otto Octavius continues his life as the “Superior” Spider-Man in this first look at Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli’ issue #11. However, what will he decide to do when Mayor J. Jonah Jameson calls on him for help at the Raft?
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