Valles Caldera: The Science will be uplinked to the Public Television satellite on Thursday, November 29, 2012.
By contacting your local PBS station and requesting the documentary be screened in your area you help by showing audience generated interest. It only takes a few voices for programmers to download and schedule the show.
So here is what you can do between now and November 28th, 2012:
- Use the following link: http://www.pbs.org/about/faq/station-finder/ to find your local PBS station.
- Call or email them & tell them that you want to see: Valles Caldera: The Science. You can provide them this information as well: NOLA: VRCA 000, Feed Date: November 29, 2012: 12:30 – 1330 ET HD 05.
- Pass this info along to your friends and family across the nation so they can see the documentary too!
The stations listen to their viewers and we’d love for you to be able to see it! Please contact us if you need help locating your station.
We really appreciate your interest and time – Thanks!
Seriously - this is one awesome movie. Check out the website to see some clips of this majestic location.
New Dark Knight Rises Trailer above! If you haven’t been to http://thedarkknightrises.com, you’ve missed the viral campaign. Basically, people tweeted photos of bat-graffiti from around the world to #tdkr07202012. View the images here: https://twitter.com/#!/search/%23tdkr07202012/grid/photos.
All the locations were cataloged by the Gotham City Police Department in an effort to find Batman. You can view all locations at the DKR home page.
I’m not a fan of 3D hype, but I may have to make an exception for Jurassic Park…
We’re usually sceptical over the potential merits of a 3D re-release. The Phantom Menace was a recent case in point, with no amount of flashy visuals compensating for the fact it’s still a poor film. However, we’re willing to make an exception when the film in question is Jurassic Park…
The First Full Trailer For Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’
“The Fire Rises!”
Warner Bros. has released the full trailer for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, and its ‘s now online in glorious HD over at apple too. If you haven’t’ seen this trailer yet, do yourself a favor and clear your schedule for the rest of the day because this deserves your time right now.
‘The Dark Knight Rises’ is the final Batman film from Christopher Nolan and stars Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Marion Cotillard, and Gary Oldman & Michael Cain. ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ hits theaters next summer on July 20th, 2012.
Okay, so in case you didn’t know, the original Ghostbusters is being re-released this month in theaters. Yeah, I know right? Awesome. It looks like tickets will only be sold for Thursday night showings. I don’t know why - that doesn’t exactly make sense to me, but that’s what the Facebook page is telling me, and Facebook never lies.
Anyhoo, skip on over to the website (just click the picture) - because even if you can’t or have no desire to see one of the best science fiction comedies ever made, the website is silly and fun (though the siren of the GB ambulance gets a little annoying). I mean, who wouldn’t want to shop at Ivo Shandor’s Fine Collectables??
David Cronenberg’s The Fly sequel is ready to go
David Cronenberg has written a sequel to The Fly and is waiting for Fox to decide whether they want to make it.
Pressed about rumours of a Fly remake at a recent Dangerous Method junket, Cronenberg said.“The Fly is not exactly a remake, it’s sort of a sequel, kinda…”
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Ohhh my goodness…
This makes me so excited. I know there’s a lot of people out there that don’t like her costume - and all I can say is after doubting him for two movies, I trust Chris Nolan. More pics at the link.
Mugglenet.com has some extra special details on the upcoming book by publisher Harper Collins entitled, Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey, set to be released in the US and the UK on October 25, 2011. Here is an exerpt from the press release from Harper Collins:
Harry Potter Page to Screen is the complete history of all eight ‘Harry Potter’ films. With 1200 photographs, sketches, and diagrams, the book will provide unbridled access to every aspect of the film-making process. It will tell the stories behind each individual film and cover the design and technology behind all the astounding effects. This book pays homage to how one film became eight, how a few months became a decade, and how one author’s fantasy became the project of many individuals’ lifetimes-told by the people who were there, the people who made the magic real.
Yeah. I want this book. Like a lot. Read the rest at the link: Mugglenet.com
image by me, please don’t steal it.
MovieWeb.com has some great new shots of Anne Hathaway in her Catwoman getup for The Dark Knight Rises, the upcoming movie in the Christopher Nolan Batman franchise. Filming is currently taking place in Los Angeles after rapping in Chicago last month. See more great photos by clicking on the image above.