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‘Doctor Who’: Trailer For David Tennant’s Return As Tenth Doctor
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Doctor Who David Tennant, Catherine Tate

Though David Tennant has long since departed his role as the Tenth Doctor on the long running series Doctor Who, it doesn’t mean he can’t still reunite with the character from time to time, just as he did for the 50th anniversary special, “The Day of the Doctor.”

Tennant is reprising his role as Doctor number ten for a trio of audio dramas that are set to be released in May of this year. Joining him for this will also be Catherine Tate as his companion Donna Noble.

A lengthy trailer for the three episodes has been released. You can check it out and read more about what they’ll be about below.

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AMC Orders Anthology Series ‘The Terror’ Based On Dan Simmons Novel; Ridley Scott To Produce
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The Terror by Dan Simmons

AMC has given the greenlight to a new anthology series titled The Terror, which will be based on the novel of the same name by author Dan Simmons.

The series is set in 1847 and follows a Royal Naval crew that, while searching for the Northwest Passage, is attacked by a mysterious predator that then stalks the ship. The script is written by David Kajganich, who previously penned The Invasion, Blood Creek, and True Story. He also worked on the script for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s It. Kajganich will serve as showrunner on The Terror along with The Killing and The Whispers writer Soo Hugh.

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‘American Gods’: Ian McShane To Play Mr. Wednesday In Starz TV Series
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Ian McShane

Ian McShane, the star of titles like HBO’s Deadwood (and soon to be seen on Game of Thrones), Lovejoy, Kung Fu Panda, Kings, Coraline, The Pillars of the Earth, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, John Wick, Ray Donovan, and more, has been tapped to take on the role of Mr. Wednesday in the Starz TV series adaptation of author Neil Gaiman‘s Hugo and Nebula Award winning novel American Gods.

McShane is the second major casting for the show, after the long-awaited casting of the main character Shadow Moon was announced at the end of January. The 100 star Ricky Whittle is set for that role.

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‘Big Hero 6’ TV Series To Debut On Disney XD In 2017
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Disneys Big Hero 6

Disney Animation Studios has had some major success in the past. Almost all of them have been recognized for their work by the academy whether it was because of their song or just being a damn good animated film. And almost all of them have been given an animated short or even better, a sequel. Last year, Tangled got a TV series on the Disney Channel, and Frozen‘s success was reward with a sequel and a musical.

Now, it looks like Big Hero 6 will be getting the same treatment in terms of expanding the franchise. According to a new report, the film, which is a loose adaptation of the Marvel Comics’ title of the same name, have its own TV series that will debut on Disney Channel’s sister station, Disney XD. More on the story below.

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‘Quantum Break’ Will Do Something Very New and It Has Some Gamers Worried
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Quantum Break

If you’re a fan of the first couple Max Payne games and Alan Wake, chances are you’re pretty excited about developer Remedy Entertainment’s new game, titled Quantum Break.

But we live in a strange time in the land of video games, a time in which different things are being tried and tested…sometimes with disastrous results. Remedy will be doing something very different with Quantum Break, and it’s sure to worry some who were excited about the game. But unlike things like not even bothering to make a single player campaign or withholding content to try to force pre-orders, Remedy’s decision to do this, for better or for worse, makes plenty of sense.

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‘Finding Dory’ Trailer: Remember That One Time A Fish Swam Her Way Home
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Finding Dory

As beautifully animated as Finding Nemo was, the real star of the show was Dory (voice of Ellen DeGeneres), a regal blue tang fish whose memory lasted as long as she could swim. The character provided the humor in a story about a father searching for his son. But the film didn’t really explore how Dory ended up in Australian waters or how she became so forgetful. Flash forward to 2016, and we are getting a sequel called Finding Dory.

Disney•Pixar has just released a new trailer for the film that takes a look at Dory’s journey across the pacific in search for her family. Along the way we see familiar faces, meet new friends, and learn that aquatic animals don’t like to be poked or prodded by human fingers. Check out the full trailer below.

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‘The Walking Dead: Michonne’ Behind The Scenes Trailer
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The Walking Dead: Michonne

Another new trailer has been released for Telltale Games’ spinoff miniseries for their take on The Walking Dead, titled The Walking Dead: Michonne.

The game follows the popular comic and TV series character and will span three new episodes, based on one of the comic’s storylines in which Michonne departs from the group for a time. The new trailer is a behind the scenes trailer, offering insight from those who worked on the game.

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New ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 6 Behind The Scenes Video “Best Seat In The House”
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Season 6 Game of Thrones Behind the Scenes Video

A new Game of Thrones season six behind the scenes video titled “The Best Seat in the House” has been released online.

The video offers a little peek at the jobs of one of the many crew working on the show around the world each year, the camera operators who have a front row seat to all of the action as it is filmed.

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‘Legends Of The Hidden Temple,’ ‘Hey Arnold’ Returning To Nickelodeon
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Legends of the Hidden Temple

I loved the Nickelodeon game shows of the ’80s and ’90s such as Double Dare, G.U.T.S., Nick Arcade, Finders Keepers, and of course, Legends of the Hidden Temple. Most of them weren’t on the air all that long, but they still had a lasting impact on many people. This nostalgia was re-ignited when Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids (or Nick GAS for short) came along and brought reruns of these favorites with it, and plenty of episodes can still be found to this day on YouTube if the urge to watch them comes along.

But now, in a time where reviving old shows is the popular thing to be doing, it’s been announced that Nickelodeon will be revisiting some of their old favorites. The network has announced new projects based on the aforementioned Legends of the Hidden Temple and also one of their hit animated series, Hey Arnold!. The only catch is, it might not be the kind of revival you were hoping for.

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Book Review: Pathfinder Tales: Pirate’s Prophecy
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Pathfinder Tales: Pirate's Prophecy Book Review

Pathfinder Tales: Pirate’s Prophecy
Softcover | Kindle
By Chris A. Jackson
Paizo Publishing | Tor Books
Release date: February 2, 2016

I’ll read almost anything. After working amongst books for the better part of two decades, being picky seems restrictive. So anytime the great folks here at Geeks of Doom offer me a book to review, I normally accept. Such was the case here, with Pathfinder Tales: Pirate’s Prophecy. This was my first journey into the Pathfinder franchise. Not to say I’m not familiar with it. I mean I know it’s an alternative game system to the D&D that I grew up with, but I’ve never played it, per se. However, I went into it expecting something akin to a role-playing game in prose form. Lucky for me, that’s essentially what I got!

I want to take a different approach with this review, though. I didn’t realize until halfway through the book that it was the third in a series. There were several scenes where I felt I was missing something and, truth be told, I was. So, I’ll review the storyline briefly but I want to talk about the content, as well. As I know next to nothing about the author, Chris A. Jackson, I shall not dwell too long on him at all.

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