Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Garber Is Sinestro!

Victor Garber stars in the new Green Lantern animated movie as Sinestro, the dastardly villian. I have yet to see the cartoon, but I hear it is great fun. Christopher Meloni stars as Green Lantern, and the cast also includes Trisha Helfer (Battlestar Galactica), Michael Madsen (Kill Bill), and Olivia D'Abo (an Alias alum). Be aware: if you are buying this for your kiddos, it is rated PG-13 for violence.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Garner's "Ghosts" Coming to DVD

Jennifer Garner's film "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on September 22. The standard DVD will include both widescreen and full screen versions. No word yet on any extras.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Jen Signs ABC Development Deal

Jennifer Garner has signed a "first look" development deal with her old network, ABC. Her production company, Vandalia Films, will give ABC first choice of developing any TV projects it is working on. Garner hopes to team up with past writing partners to develop female-driven TV series.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Gervais Lies to Jen

Here's preview for Jen's next movie, "The Invention of Lying, with her former Alias guest star Ricky Gervais.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

The rare Syd and Vaughn action figure 2 pack!

This rare item from Mirage Toys has been fairly hard to pick up, but we had the chance to score a few from a dealer, and we are making them available to you! The figures and package are in great condition, with only minor flaws. We can ship this priority mail anywhere in the U.S. for $30. I know that's pricey, but since we got these on the secondary market, we had to pay a premium for them. This is for U.S. fans only and payment must be made by PayPal. Email us if you'd like one!

Garber Back on Broadway

Victor Garber is starring in a revival of the Noël Coward comedy Present Laughter. The show begins previews on January 2, 2010, at the American Airlines Theatre with an official Broadway opening on January 21.

Garber, a four-time Tony nominee, plays Hollywood matinee idol Garry Essendine, who gets mixed up with an odd cast of characters as he tries to leave London for a trip to Africa.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Rachel Nichols Now in Pocket Size!

From all the looks of it, the new G.I. Joe movie is gonna stink, and that's my PG language. People in an early screening hated it, and they dropped the "Real American Hero" part, because they thought international movie-going audiences still hate America. The Joes wear no American flags, and their base of operations is in Belgium. These left wing Hollywood liberals sold out the red, white and blue for money. Even though I'm a Joe fan, I won't be going.

They did get 2 things right though: Ray Park as Snake Eyes and Rachel Nichols as Scarlett. Here is a pic of the new Scarlett figure, with some great artwork of Rachel. Enjoy!