At last, spring seems to have sprung. I went tip-toeing through the tulips raging about Batman V. Superman: Grimdark Grimdark Grimdark yesterday, which was delightful.
Renay and I continue our Adventures in Xena with “Remember Nothing.”
The tenth was Daisy Ridley’s birthday, and, to celebrate, Mark Hamill tweeted this very important picture of Rey’s Jedi training.
Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt are reuniting for a new project. Stop screaming, Clare from the summer of 2012!
Thor: Ragnarok has gained Tessa Thompson (YES) but lost Natalie Portman (NO but I respect that).
So how about that Dr. Strange trailer, eh? I’ll let Chris Bird, the greatest Dr. Strange fan I know of, tackle this one.
Television Without Pity is going to be resurrected by its new owners, Tribune Media. I wonder how it’ll fare, now that recap culture is largely dead.
Bryan Fuller’s Star Trek is going to be an anthology series, hopping along the prime timeline. I love this show more every time I hear something new about it.
It’s starting to look like Alden Ehrenreich is going to be young Han Solo, which… okay. He is the best dude on that shortlist for this part.
“Shoes” is ten years old (kids, ask your parents); Noisey interviews comedian Liam Kyle Sullivan about one of his finest creations.
Anastasia—Don Bluth’s exasperated concession to princess movies—is coming to Broadway. Heart, don’t fail me now.
Added: The Jewel and Her Lapidary by Fran Wilde (via the Book Smugglers)