Indiana Jones and the Cameo of Weirdness

Sighted: A possible spoiler cameo appearance in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Seen on movieweb, which has a guy at CinemaBlend scared, and the peeps at Moviehole thinking it’s a slow week in Hollywood. Is this rumor Close to home? Could it be that Indy Encounters this? Does the Kingdom Of the Crystal Skull have absolutely nothing to do with the Soviets or the Third Reich? Would Spielberg and Lucas be so unkind?

And in other news, talks up the upcoming “Indiana Jones Heritage” trading card set, coming from Topps in early 2008 – going for a Retro feel to the cards highlighting the first three films, with autographs.

And the tour of Volume 2 of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones continues with an in-depth look at Disc 2: Demons of Deception. Indy, as a courier and spy, witnesses the ongoing horror and futility of war in the Battle of Verdun, and then on leave tangles with Mata Hari in Paris. Documentary topics include the Battle of Verdun, Marshal P

This can’t be good…can it?

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of the world tilting off its axis, as news spreads on the interwebs that yes, the Dragonball Z live action movie is a go. Among the rumored cast members are Justin Chatwin (from the War of the Worlds movie and Lost) as Goku and James Marsters, (of Buffy and Angel fame) as the villain. James Kyson Lee (Ando from Heroes) reportedly auditioned for the role of Yamcha.

My only question is, will Goku’s power level be over nine thousand?

TV Goodness

A few, small TV tidbits to share:

– SciFi has finally announced what everyone else seems to have known for a while now: Paul McGillion is back on Stargate Atlantis.

Kristen Bell is rumored to be heading on over to Lost

– Can Heroes live up to expectations in Season 2?

– Ron Moore decides to stay on with NBC Universal a little longer, but not so much with the sci-fi.

Flash Gordon not only shows promise, but already gets a DVD. We’ll have to see. I’m kinda fond of that 80’s cheesy version.

Checking in with Harry Potter

ew-harry.jpgThe new Entertainment Weekly is chock full of Potter, including Daniel Radcliffe’s thoughts on the new book.

The HP week in review