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Macross Delta Trailer

Macross Δ (マクロスΔ Makurosu Deruta?, Pronounced Macross Delta) is an upcoming Japanese anime television series. It is set in 2067, 8 years after the events of Macross Frontier. Like Frontier, the staff scouted new talent for the anime.

A long long time

A long long time

THE SIMPSONS | The Couch Gag from “Treehouse of Horror XXVI”

Watch the couch gag from this year’s spooky Halloween episode, “Treehouse of Horror XXVI” made it for the famous
John Kricfalusi creator of Ren and Stimpy, the Ripping Friends, George Liquor, and more!

Marty McFly & Doc Brown Visit Jimmy Kimmel Live

Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reprise their iconic characters from “Back To The Future” for a very special appearance on our show.

Star Wars: The Lost Auditions – Sara Jean Underwood

While looking through the Playboy archives, we happened upon 2007 Playmate of the Year Sara Jean Underwood’s lost Star Wars audition tape. She had a different take on some of Star Wars’ most famous characters.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer (Official)

Watch the official trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, coming to theaters December 18, 2015.

Emilia Clarke for Esquire Magazine

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Emilia Clarke, the sexiest woman alive named by Esquire.

The images come as the 28-year-old was named Sexiest Woman Alive by the publication after previously earning the accolade Woman Of The Year from GQ.

Emilia wears nothing but a necklace and a grey bedsheet as she poses on the cover sporting tousled hair and pouting at the camera.

Book Review: Alien: Out of the Shadows by Tim Lebbon

Set after the events of the first Alien movie and book (Alien by Alan Dean Foster), Alien: Out of the Shadows chronicles Ripley docking onto deep mining vessel, Marion, her arrival comes after the miners find aliens on the surface of the planet LV178. Thrust yet again into the do or die situation of thwarting the aliens, Ripley brings her previous experience to help the remaining crew of the Marion.

I am a huge fan of the movie franchise and read Alien by Alan Dean Foster some twenty years ago, but have never read any other interpretations of the franchise by different authors and although the feel of the book was in keeping with the mercenary and disseminated future painted in the original films, thirty-seven years on Ripley doesn’t quite seem the same. In fact one of the things that disappointed me about this fan fiction was that Ripley isn’t the one who saves the day.

The way this story is written it easily slots in between Alien and Aliens, however I enjoy the franchise as much as I do because there are so few straight-talking and logical female action heroines and although Ripley has help in all the films of the franchise, in this novel she lacks the strong survival instinct I come to relate to her.

Source: Book Review: Alien: Out of the Shadows by Tim Lebbon

Sneak peak Star Wars The Force Awakens Trailer