Geek Headlines – December 7th 2017
Here are today’s headlines from the world of geek news.
Entertainment Weekly has released exclusive images giving fans their first look at the upcoming X-Men film which will be tackling the saga of Dark Phoenix. The images tease a mutant funeral, Jessica Chastain’s villain character, space travel, and more. See the fiery photo spread on Entertainment Weekly’s website or in print next week.
Six months after its official announcement by Tim Cook, the promised Amazon Prime Video app is now available for Apple TV. Along with all the perks of Amazon Prime membership, owners of a third generation or newer Apple TV can now stream Prime-exclusive shows like The Man in the High Castle and Bosch direct to their device.
@rianjohnson we @FanthaTracks want to know if you can confirm this cute little creature is #spacegary in #TheLastJedi pic.twitter.com/0if7XRiqog
— Clair Henry (@irishgeekgirl) December 6, 2017
Director Rian Johnson has confirmed that Star Wars: The Last Jedi features an alien creature based on the late Carrie Fisher’s dog, Gary Fisher. A fan spotted the bulldog-like alien in a still from an Empire Magazine photoshoot, and the director confirmed on Twitter that this is indeed “Space Gary”.
Black Mirror has officially announced its Season 4 release date, after teasing episode titles and trailers on social media. The 6-episode season of the acclaimed anthology series will be available for Netflix streaming beginning on Friday, December 29th.
Tonight, December 7th, Universal Pictures will be releasing a trailer for the upcoming fifth installation of the Jurassic Park film series, titled Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. When a volcanic eruption threatens the free-roaming dinosaurs of Isla Nublar, the heroes must find a way to prevent the extinction of the majestic and dangerous dinosaurs.
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