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Conspiracy movie to Conspiracy reality: A day in the life of…(4/17)

Posted by goldwriting on April 17, 2008

1 – The upcoming X-Files sequel has now received its new moniker: X-Files: I Want to Believe. Not bad actually, much better than the one I thought of: X-Files: Boogedy Booegdy. [via Film School Rejects]

2 – One of the best things about comic books being made into movies is the release of movie generated action figures. Here is some pics of the new figures from The Watchmen. Not really sure how I feel about the Nightowl one, but Rorschach is going on my shelf right next to my sweet collection of Jeff Goldblum figurines. [via Film School Rejects]

3 – I’m a big fan of David Bowie, but almost never as much as when he was rocking the space-age persona of Ziggy Stardust. Now Bowie is set to release one of the most memorable live performances from Santa Monica via 1972. Let’s get the Spiders from Mars together, it’s about to get galactic! [via Starpulse]

4 – Continuing with the theme of things I am a big fan of, Stephen King has decided to make a totally separate site only about The Dark Tower series. The culmination of fact and fiction in one story is the backbone to King’s entire career, even though it is still going, and anyone who hasn’t experienced it should begin right away. Admittedly, The Gunslinger, the first book in the series, is a little tough to get into, but push on and you shall be rewarded, sai Gunslinger, for the journey is one of the most important you shall ever take. [via Lilja’s Library]

5 – I’m fairly sure this video speaks for the majority of the nation. [via Defamer via YouTube]

6 – What does Jon see in that second frame? Why does it scare me so much???. [via Garfield Minus Garfield]

7 – We’ve seen Snake Eyes, now here’s Scarlett from the upcoming G.I.Joe live action movie. I’m feeling a little better about this every day. [via ComingSoon via JoBlo]

8 – Turing 18 years old can be a great time for anyone, but for Emma Watson it holds an even bigger banner in her life. She now has control over the $20 million dollars she has made in the first five Harry Potter films. Yep, color me envious. [via Perez]

9 – If Hitler’s speeches were actually like this, I’m fairly sure he would have had more of the world on his side, or at least a contingent in South Central. [via GorillaMask via SpikedHumor]

10 – Errol Morris, the master documentary filmmaker behind The Fog of War and Thin Blue Line, is back with the world’s first “non-fiction horror movie”, Standard Operating Procedure (which arguably would be a fantastic title for any horror movie). His new doc details case by case and line by line the treatment of the prisoners in Abu Ghraib, so be prepared to gain a little more distaste for those in power right now. Evidently civil liberties and humanitarian rights are only things that randomly popped up in their Alpha-Bits. [via JoshSpear]

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