Netflix has released an official trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, a sequel to their prequel Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and the original 2001 movie Wet Hot American Summer.
The sequel was confirmed by Netflix last year, and it takes place a decade after the 1981-set movie and prequel series, when the campers have a reunion to catch up.
You can read more about Ten Years Later and check out the trailer below.
Hacktivist Written by Jackson Lanzing & Collin Kelly
Art by Marcus To and David Cutler
Colors by Ian Herring
Letters by Deron Bennett
Covers by Marcus To Archaia Entertainment
Release Date: July 16, 2014
Cover Price: $3.99
The revolution will be streaming.
Hacktivist is the story of Ed Hiccox and Nate Graft, two billionaire entrepreneurs who started a decentralized social networking site called YourLife. The idea is to keep information secure on the user’s own devices while still allowing them the communication power of Twitter or Facebook. Behind the scenes, however, the two use the YourLife servers to masquerade as a hacking collective known as “Sve_Urs3lf.” They have been helping revolutionaries in Tunisia organize and disseminate information for the Arab Spring uprising.
When the CIA comes around knocking for access to the servers, and “Sve_Urs3lf,” to supposedly help with the Tunisian uprising, the business partners and life-long friends Ed and Nate come to an ideological crossroad. Nate likes the dollar signs attached to the agreement, but Ed is cautious. He knows that absolute power corrupts absolutely and doesn’t want the government in his server room. Ed wins the argument, but the war is just getting started.
The Gold Box spotlight deal of the day over at Amazon today is Charmed: The Complete Series DVD box set for only $85.99 (that’s 55% off the list price of $189.98).
Note, this deal is only for today, Thursday, October 13, 2011, until 11:59pm PST while supplies last.
This limited edition 49-disc DVD box set contains all 8 seasons of the television series Charmed and comes with a bonus disc of special features, including interviews with the show’s stars Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan, all in a special Book of Shadows packaging.
The LA Times was able to speak to Dan Aykroyd recently and many good bits of information in regards to Ghostbusters 3 came of it.
One of these bits was that not one, but maybe even two females might be joining the team of new Ghostbuster recruits, and Aykroyd pegged Eliza Dushku and Alyssa Milano as two he would love to see take up the parts. Aykroyd simply states “I think they’re amazing, and I’m excited about the whole idea of getting this done,” so by no means did he say that they were in it, just that they were great choices — especially with Milano having voiced a part in the upcoming video game.
Well, apparently this made its way around the web pretty quickly, and had many thinking that the two lovely ladies were going to be in the movie, and unfortunately, that’s not the case…yet. Via their Twitter accounts, both Dushku and Milano denied the reports. This is definitely not to say something won’t come around in the future, but for now, they’re both unaware of anything happening.