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Samara + 1 requested by salarians

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Samara + 1 requested by salarians

+ Lukasz Nowicki

Lukasz Nowicki

Posted 1 month ago by thecosmonaut.
+ theredherb:

"If it Bleeds, We Can Reboot Sequelize it”: Writer/Director Shane Black is Remaking Predator
This falls outside of my typical wheelhouse of “ONLY VIDEO GAMES” but this parcel of news tickled my nerdies too much to go on unwritten about.
Despite Hollywood’s fervor, the entire catalog of 1980’s cinema has not been remade yet. I know, you’re thinking, “I’m pretty sure they already rebooted all of the ‘80’s.” I thought so, too! But after a quick Google fact check, it turns out we’re about twelve movies shy from doing so; as such, 1987’s sci-fi horror classic Predator is next up on the re-chopping block.
With Predator ranking on my short-shortlist of childhood movie faves, I’d be quick to write off Fox’s reboot/make as another hollow cash grab. Except… they chose exactly the right director to helm this project.
Some directors adopted the stylings of ‘80’s flicks; Shane Black was borne from it. As a writer, Black gave us the first two Lethal Weapon's and — closer to home for me — the motherfuckin' Monster Squad. Later in his career, he’d take his penchant for character emphasized plotting behind the lens with Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Marvel’s Iron Man 3 (which, hate me if you must, is my favorite Iron Man).
And, even more perfect, the man’s closer to the source material than anyone — he was actually in the original goddamn Predator:
Fox has enlisted Black to write up a treatment for the remake while Monster Squad's co-writer, Fred Dekker, will draft the official script. I'm almost too excited to see what Black and Dekker (Ha! That was accidental) bring to this infamous hunter's universe.
The only factor that could spoil the fun is the studio forcing a PG-13 rating on the remake. At that point, you could cast Justin Bieber as the fucking Predator for all I care — you’ll have already shit on the series. Still, Shane Black’s the man to make this movie work if it truly needs to happen.
UPDATE: Director Shane Black has clarified to pundits that his Predator will not be a reboot or a remake, but an “inventive sequel” that expands on the creature’s already existing mythology. I’m doubtful we’ll see a direct sequel to 2010’s Predators, but I’m interested in seeing how Black continues the mythos.

theredherb:

"If it Bleeds, We Can Reboot Sequelize it”: Writer/Director Shane Black is Remaking Predator

This falls outside of my typical wheelhouse of “ONLY VIDEO GAMES” but this parcel of news tickled my nerdies too much to go on unwritten about.

Despite Hollywood’s fervor, the entire catalog of 1980’s cinema has not been remade yet. I know, you’re thinking, “I’m pretty sure they already rebooted all of the ‘80’s.” I thought so, too! But after a quick Google fact check, it turns out we’re about twelve movies shy from doing so; as such, 1987’s sci-fi horror classic Predator is next up on the re-chopping block.

With Predator ranking on my short-shortlist of childhood movie faves, I’d be quick to write off Fox’s reboot/make as another hollow cash grab. Except… they chose exactly the right director to helm this project.

Some directors adopted the stylings of ‘80’s flicks; Shane Black was borne from it. As a writer, Black gave us the first two Lethal Weapon's and — closer to home for me — the motherfuckin' Monster Squad. Later in his career, he’d take his penchant for character emphasized plotting behind the lens with Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Marvel’s Iron Man 3 (which, hate me if you must, is my favorite Iron Man).

And, even more perfect, the man’s closer to the source material than anyone — he was actually in the original goddamn Predator:

Fox has enlisted Black to write up a treatment for the remake while Monster Squad's co-writer, Fred Dekker, will draft the official script. I'm almost too excited to see what Black and Dekker (Ha! That was accidental) bring to this infamous hunter's universe.

The only factor that could spoil the fun is the studio forcing a PG-13 rating on the remake. At that point, you could cast Justin Bieber as the fucking Predator for all I care — you’ll have already shit on the series. Still, Shane Black’s the man to make this movie work if it truly needs to happen.

UPDATE: Director Shane Black has clarified to pundits that his Predator will not be a reboot or a remake, but an “inventive sequel” that expands on the creature’s already existing mythology. I’m doubtful we’ll see a direct sequel to 2010’s Predators, but I’m interested in seeing how Black continues the mythos.

Posted 1 month ago by thecosmonaut. Tagged with Show all posts tagged with "predator".predator, .

feriowind:

:V originally from my kaiju clock, but yeah, will be turning these guys into stickers! might include a breach sticker, and possibly some other misc. things too idk

they’re also transparent ahuuhuuhuu

Posted 1 month ago by thecosmonaut.

Alien: Isolation, due October 7th.

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Camera: Canon MP560 series
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Posted 2 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ vortisaurus:

so I have to tell you all the story behind this picture, because when it happened I was absolutely floored (and it has forever convinced me — as if I needed much urging — that Sylvester McCoy is an amazing human being)
my little sister is one of the sweetest little Classic Who fans you’ll meet — and yes, yes the Fifth Doctor cosplay was entirely her idea, because she wanted to dress as her favorite Doctor. She knows her stuff (and was deftly mentioning Praxis gases to con vendors who asked about her celery) and absolutely adores all the Classic actors as only a 9 year-old can
anyways, at DCC she decided to spend her own money to get Peter Davison’s autograph — quite a massive investment for someone with an allowance of a dollar a week (she’s got it hanging on her wall now, by the way). She was a bit disappointed she couldn’t afford Sylvester’s as well, but wanted to get her Doctor’s for obvious reasons
similarly, my middle sister and I opted for pictures with Mr. McCoy, so we went to his booth after talking to Peter. We both paid for and took our pictures (which I’m still personally elated by) while my littlest sister stood a bit shyly off to the side.
As we moved to leave, Sylvester held up a hand, looked at her, and asked “would you like one too?” to which she nodded, looking a bit confused. He motioned to my other sister to give the volunteer her phone, told said volunteer “I’ll be taking this one with my friend here,” and this photo is the result. All three of us were practically tripping over ourselves to thank him, to which he just smiled, waving as we said goodbye.
I hope he knows that he absolutely made our day — particularly the day of the little nine-year-old who got to get a picture she couldn’t afford herself, and was grinning from ear to ear as she told our mom later that day that she “actually got to meet TWO Doctors and Seven says I’m his friend!”

vortisaurus:

so I have to tell you all the story behind this picture, because when it happened I was absolutely floored (and it has forever convinced me — as if I needed much urging — that Sylvester McCoy is an amazing human being)

my little sister is one of the sweetest little Classic Who fans you’ll meet — and yes, yes the Fifth Doctor cosplay was entirely her idea, because she wanted to dress as her favorite Doctor. She knows her stuff (and was deftly mentioning Praxis gases to con vendors who asked about her celery) and absolutely adores all the Classic actors as only a 9 year-old can

anyways, at DCC she decided to spend her own money to get Peter Davison’s autograph — quite a massive investment for someone with an allowance of a dollar a week (she’s got it hanging on her wall now, by the way). She was a bit disappointed she couldn’t afford Sylvester’s as well, but wanted to get her Doctor’s for obvious reasons

similarly, my middle sister and I opted for pictures with Mr. McCoy, so we went to his booth after talking to Peter. We both paid for and took our pictures (which I’m still personally elated by) while my littlest sister stood a bit shyly off to the side.

As we moved to leave, Sylvester held up a hand, looked at her, and asked “would you like one too?” to which she nodded, looking a bit confused. He motioned to my other sister to give the volunteer her phone, told said volunteer “I’ll be taking this one with my friend here,” and this photo is the result. All three of us were practically tripping over ourselves to thank him, to which he just smiled, waving as we said goodbye.

I hope he knows that he absolutely made our day — particularly the day of the little nine-year-old who got to get a picture she couldn’t afford herself, and was grinning from ear to ear as she told our mom later that day that she “actually got to meet TWO Doctors and Seven says I’m his friend!”

+ jump-gate:

RX-87-2

jump-gate:

RX-87-2

Posted 2 months ago by thecosmonaut.

Star Wars Episode VII adds Lupita Nyong’o and Gwendoline Christie to the cast

+ plutodirt:

Dmitry Vishnevsky

plutodirt:

Dmitry Vishnevsky

Posted 2 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ theredherb:

2014-SAMUS ARAN 
by Daniel Vandrell Oduber

theredherb:

2014-SAMUS ARAN

by Daniel Vandrell Oduber

Posted 2 months ago by thecosmonaut.

myoventea:

Some space concepts - playing around with mood/colour.

Posted 2 months ago by thecosmonaut.
+ Isar Díaz

Isar Díaz

Posted 2 months ago by thecosmonaut. Tagged with Show all posts tagged with "Godzilla".Godzilla, .
+ Happy Towel Day, you hoopy froods.

Happy Towel Day, you hoopy froods.

Gareth Edwards, Director of Godzilla, Tapped to Helm Star Wars Spinoff

Rumors surrounding the new Star Wars films have been orbiting the franchise like the forest moon of Endor. Fans are reportedly waking up in cold sweats from nightmares full of over-used CGI and shoddy 3D animation. Inquiring minds are led to wonder: is there anything that can quell their well-founded fears?

The answer to that question may rest two years down the road but, for now, Sith Lords and Jedi’s alike can rest easy, as famed director Gareth Edwards has taken up the mantle of directing one of the new Star Wars spinoffs. The subjects of these standalone films are still gestating in the rumor mill — Boba Fett and Yoda have both been suggested as potential candidates but, as it stands, we know just as much about the films as we did before.

This news may come across as anticlimactic for those who haven’t seen Edwards fantastic film Monsters, but rest assured, friends — this movie is going to be in good hands. And, hey, since Abrams likely won’t have his paws all over it, there’s a good chance we’ll be able to see what’s happening in the film instead of squinting around various, unnecessary bursts of lens flare!

The first of the Star Wars spinoff films is set to hit theaters on December 16, 2016.