Putting the January into a Winter-Spring Romance
As you Beatles fans are no doubt aware, 9/9/09 is a big day. Not only will Harmonix release The Beatles Rock Band for the Playstation 3, XBox 360, and the Wii but EMI/Capitol will release the entire Beatles catalog...remastered. You can read one of the first reviews of the set at ToneAudio. (ToneAudio)
A quick update on the save the UCLA Arts Library petition (AKA: Where Drew Morton Gets All His Books). As of last night, the petition was locked because library management has decided not to close the library during the 2009-2010 school year. I thank you all for signing and for making my academic year a hell of a lot easier. (Petition Site)
The Seth Rogen/Michel Gondry adaptation of The Green Hornet has been pushed back five months to Christmas 2010. (Dark Horizons)
Brad Brevet at Rope of Silicon has a review of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, soon to be remade by Guillermo del Toro. I appreciate how his piece draws attention to one of my favorite developments on the home video market, the Warner Bros. Archive Collection. (Rope of Silicon)
Now that Disney has purchased Marvel, how would a Beauty and X-Men's Beast crossover sound? (Spout)
Having trouble finding the proper song to slash your wrists to? The Onion's AV Club has 36 suggestions. (AV Club)
The hipster-level readings on Spike Jonze's adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are are off the charts! Just check out the soundtrack's art work and track listing, helmed by the Yeah Yeah Yeah's Karen O. (The Playlist)
Rockstar Games has released the box art for "Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City." Sony, when will we be seeing this on the Playstation 3? (IGN)
Speaking of PS3 owners, the long awaited Blu-Ray of David Fincher's Fight Club has officially been given a November release date. (Amazon)
Damn, all this PS3 talk has me jonseing for some video games. Anyone up for some live-action "Paperboy"?
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