Thursday, April 9, 2015

9 to 5 Reunion, GISHWHES & More Clone Wars

Saw a trailer for a new Netflix series called Grace and Frankie. If you haven't heard of this series it stars some AMAZING actors. Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin in the leading roles and Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston playing their gay husbands. Here's a brief description of the premise of the series:  The series follows long-time rivals Grace and Frankie, who are brought together after their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married.

I'm a HUGE fan of 9 to 5 so I'm super excited to see these ladies back together and I'm hoping we get to see a cameo by Dolly Parton because that would be just perfect.

While at NerdStrong today friends mentioned the word GISHWHES. I didn't have a clue what they were talking about. They explained that GISHWHES, which stands for, The Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen! Is part art, part silliness, part kindness, part adventure and 100% fun. You’ll do things you never thought possible and if you win, you and your team will be taken on a trip of a lifetime with Misha Collins to the jungles of Costa Rica.

They are currently building a team and I said I would check it out and possibly sign up and join them. It's pretty crazy as it's a week long scavenger hunt from August 1st to the 8th. I'm still considering it and it seems like it would be a blast. If you want to check it out for yourself.. click HERE.

There was news back in 2014 that we might be seeing an Incredibles 2 but now word has come that writer Brad Bird that he is currently writing The Incredibles 2. Which means if he's done in a few months it will take at least several years for the film to be made so we won't be seeing it released until 2017 or 2018. I guess that's something to look forward to.

Star Wars Celebration announced today that they will be screening a 4 part "missing" Clone Wars episodes from the ill fated sixth season. The story is called "Bad Batch", telling the story of how Captain Rex and company rescued Echo, it will screen exclusively at Star Wars Celebration. The unfinished episodes (similar to the Utapau arc that appeared on feature complete, final voice performances, specifically by Dee Bradley Baker, who voices the elite clones of “Bad Batch” group. The screening will take place at the Digital Stage on Friday, April 17, at noon. A Q&A with Filoni, Baker, and writers Brent Friedman and Matt Michnovetz will follow. I'm super excited to see this as I still miss The Clone Wars cartoon.

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