We are now living in a world where Independence Day 2 is happening and a Hemsworth himself will be starring in it with THE JEFF GOLDBLUM, YOU GUYS. Also, our booth babes are in danger. Fanfic Theatre: Twilight x Arrow (?).
Elizabeth Neale returns with Jon Verrall to the show to talk about their Indiegogo campaign to launch season 2 of LARPs: The Series, which will be bigger and better! Also, we are launching a separate campaign for Elizabeth’s personal trailer and Swedish masseur. Find out what’s new with one of our favorite webseries and what kind of goodies you can get if you support their crowdfunding… #getshotinthedick.
Legends Podcast (formerly known Comic Books Legend) actually agreed to do another crossover podcast with us — suckaaahs!… So we bring you, THE SEQUEL. We talk current news, Wing’s French-y-ness and why the Lady Geeks fail at watching television. Theatre Fanfic: Arrow.
HEY, LISTEN! Get ready for a one way ticket to Hyrule on the feels train, because 2 years in the making, The Zelda Project has just released their Live Action Zelda trailer!
Created by the team at The Zelda Project, this teaser was directed by Clinton Jones, with music by Wayne Strange of ZREO, and costumes by Sarah Quillian.
Check out the hunky Wes Johnson starring as Link, with Whitney Moore as the beautifully rendered Navi.
This teaser serves as a prequel to the live action Zelda “Final Battle” movie being produced this year, which will be directed by Tom Grey with music composed by Sonya Belousova, (both of the group Player Piano), based on the final battle between Link and Ganondorf depicted in Ocarina of Time. Some screen capped goodness below:
TheOneRing.net hosted the last Oscar party for fans of the Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit movies this past weekend at the American Legion in Hollywood. Traditionally, the fan parties took place during Oscar night so we can all gather and watch the award show together. This year, the party took place the night before the show on Saturday and I think it is because The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies didn’t get nominated for any categories this year. Boo-urns, Academy Awards!
Either way, it didn’t stop the fans from gathering to appreciate our fandom for one night together in fancy dresses and dwarf gear.