I have not watched the TV series, so I don’t know how directly the two are linked. I may be discussing things here that will spoil the show. I won’t know until I watch it, which I’m going to because the book got me hooked.
When I was in high school, I was really pretentious. I read pretentious books because I was the brainy one and that’s what brains did. (Oh stereotypes, how true you often are).
Fortunately, I grew up and got over that phase and now I love reading stuff like Spartacus. It’s bloody, violent, vulgar and full of sex. And that’s just in the first chapter!
Recently, I was lucky enough to have a chat with Paula Brancati from Degrassi: The Next Generation. You can check out my interview with Paula by clicking here. During our conversation she told me she is starring in a movie called Moon Point. Moon Point is this adorable story about a 24-year old Darryl who goes on a journey in a wagon attached to the back of his friend’s electric wheelchair, to find his one true love. Along this journey he meets new friends and fun characters.
This Thursday, February 2nd is the Canadian release of Moon Point. The movie will officially be in theaters for a week long run in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on February 3rd â€“ February 9th at the AMC Movie Theater at Yonge and Dundas Square.
For my fellow Americans, if you want to see this movie as much as I do, then make it known by liking Moon Point on facebook/MoonPointMovie and twitter @MoonPointMovie.Â Post comments, show your excitement and maybe just maybe the creators and producers can get this movie to premiere in the states. In the mean time check out the trailer below.
Los Angeles radio personality and Kevin Smith’s Babble-On co-host, Ralph Garman, had made it his mission to get Adam West a star on the walk of fame in Hollywood. I actually remembered when he started this project because I listened to his morning radio show religiously for many years.
I love Adam West. I still think he was the best Batman EVER!
If you’ve been paying attention to our social network pages, you should know by now that we are celebrating our 5th Year Anniversary in Los Angeles, California this year on February 25th! This is our first event… ever. We’re doing our best to put together something awesome and fun for everyone with the help of our friends, Comikaze Expo and Ogeeku.com! So stayed tuned for more information and make sure to follow us on twitter or like us on Facebook for quick announcements.
Happy Chinese New Year! The Lady Geeks delve into something only women tend to do: zodiac, astrology signs and horoscopes predictions. Anyone know a good psychic? We also find out our best celebrity matches from CelebMatch.com! Fanfic Theater: My Little Pony.
Annie Violet and I found each other on Twitter. When I first saw her Twitter profile, I admit it – I almost dismissed her as a spambot mostly because she had a super sexy photo on her profile (sorry Annie! Don’t judge by their profile photos, kids). But something made me take a pause and I decided to read a bulk of what she had written on Twitter. I quickly realized this girl was one of my Lady Geek sisters.
IÂ try to not judge other women who work in a certain industry. I judge them by their character and Annie and I have always had pleasant Twitter encounters – like getting excited about The Hobbit trailer. In other words, she’s a sweetheart. A Lady Geek has every right to take her clothes off in front of the camera and still be allowed to read the Lord of the Rings between takes. Dammit. Can’t blame a lady when she has a cute bum that the world needs to see. In this interview, Annie talks about the dichotomy of her work as a model and her nerdy side.