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Boyd Holbrook Plays Unexpected Villain In ‘Logan’
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Boyd Holbrook Plays Unexpected Villain In Logan

Last week Fox kicked off the Logan — formally known as Wolverine 3 — marketing campaign with the title and a teaser poster. Though the film’s plot was wrapped in secrecy, unconfirmed details said that Logan’s healing factor was deteriorating and that the aged mutant was using booze to numb the pain. What we do know is that the film will be based on the “Old Man Logan” story arc written by Mark Millar.

However, it was thought that Mr. Sinister would be the villain of the film given an Essex Corp briefcase was last seen in the facility that gave Logan his metal claws during an after credits scene of X-Men: Apocalypse. Now it appears that Mr. Sinister may not be the main villain, as a new photo has emerged that confirms Boyd Holbrook plays Donald Pierce. More on the story below.

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‘Logan’ Details Reveal Why Wolverine Needs Booze In Dystopian Future
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Earlier today we learned that Wolverine 3 would officially be titled, Logan. Along with the title, film star Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold revealed the first teaser poster for the film that showed an older scarred Logan with his claws unsheathed and holding the hands of a small child. Because the film is based on the “Old Man Logan” story arc, it is assumed that the child in question is his, and that his wounds are defensive ones from protecting said child. Not only that, but a photo of the screenplay reveals that Logan is older and his regenerative powers are diminishing.

Now more details about the film are coming out and it confirms that not only does Logan rely on booze to help ease the pain because his powers aren’t working, but mutant kind itself is in trouble. More on the story below.

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‘Wolverine 3’ Gets An Official Title and Teaser Poster
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For a long time, the press has been calling the third installment of the Wolverine franchise, Wolverine 3. Seems to make a bit of sense considering it all started with X-Men Origins: Wolverine and was followed up by The Wolverine. But like Batman Begins, the sequel title looks to call everyone’s favorite X-Men by another name. Both film star Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold have revealed the official title of the film, which will simply be called Logan. Though that isn’t truly the character’s real name, it is a name that he is commonly referred to by.

There has been plenty of opportunities for FOX to reveal details about the film, but now that they have, they will have five months to show everyone that Logan will be worth the wait. More on the story below, along with the newly revealed teaser poster.

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‘Wolverine 3’ Casts Stephen Merchant and Richard E. Grant
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Hugh Jackman has been playing the role of Wolverine for the past 16 years. The character is the face of the X-Men film franchise, having appeared in all of the films, cameo or otherwise. He even got his own titular spinoff. The actor will, of course, be reprising his role one final time in Wolverine 3. But aside from him, Patrick Stewart was the only other actor to have a role in the film. And now it is about to add some more.

Earlier this month Boyd Holbrook was cast as an original villain not known to the comics. Now according to new reports, Stephen Merchant and Richard E. Grant have been cast in the film. More on their roles below.

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New ‘Doctor Who’ Star Peter Capaldi’s Oscar-Winning Short Film ‘Frank Kafka’s It’s a Wonderful Life’ (Video)
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Because we here at Geeks of Doom are just absolutely mad about Doctor Who – and also because it’s one slow news day – I present to you a short film written and directed by none other than the newest actor to take up the mantle of the avuncular Time Lord from Gallifrey, Peter Capaldi.

Capaldi made Franz Kafka’s It’s a Wonderful Life in 1995 with the cooperation of the BBC. The 22-minute feature was the actor’s first time calling the shots on his own film and later shared that year’s Academy Award for Best Live-Action Short Film with Peggy Rajski’s Trevor. You can watch it here below.

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The Doctor Who TARDISblend 59: The Bells Of Saint John
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Series 7 returns with a new episode of Doctor Who entitled “The Bells of Saint John.” Picking up from the end of the Christmas special, the Doctor (Matt Smith) is in seclusion, contemplating how to find Clara Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman) – the mystery girl dead twice in separate timelines.

Upon finding her through mysterious circumstances, the Doctor finds himself in the middle of a new crisis, in which wireless technology is being used against humans. But by who? And for what purpose?

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The Doctor Who TARDISblend 58: The Snowmen
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Merry Christmas to you all from us here at GeeksOfDoom.com – and we all know what Christmas means, right? That’s right: a brand new Doctor Who episode!

Series 7 continues with the annual Christmas Special of Doctor Who entitled The Snowmen. Seeking refuge and isolation in Victorian London, and protected by some faithful allies, the Doctor becomes a recluse after losing his previous companions. However, as he broods, a new evil plot is hatched by a new foe with connections to some long-ago adventures the Doctor has experienced.

During TARDISblend 58, we analyze the new Doctor Who, which comes complete with new iconic show titles and theme, and the debut (or is it?) of new companion Clara (Jenna Louise-Coleman). We discuss the new elements giving clues to Steven Moffat‘s overarching plots, as well as several cameo references to Classic Doctor Who in this episode.

Also, we have a look at the performances from some of the special guests in this episode by Richard E. Grant, and Sir Ian McKellen. All this and more on the latest TARDISblend!

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Iconic Richard E. Grant Joins ‘Doctor Who’ For Series 7
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Iconic Richard E. Grant Joins Doctor Who For Series 7

Richard E. Grant, mostly known for Withnail and I, and lesser known for being the pimple that took over himself in How To Get Ahead In Advertising, has been announced as a special guest in the upcoming seventh season of Doctor Who. It has not been revealed who he will be portraying at this point in time.

The BBC made the announcement today via their Twitterfeed, beforehand telling their followers that an “iconic star” had been cast in the series.

UK newspaper, The Sun, highly regarded as an organization that excels at making up shit, speculates Grant will be the antagonist in the 2012 Christmas Special.

Being that The Sun is rarely associated with Nostradamus, I’d take that with a boulder of salt until the BBC make further official revelations… (that being said though, The Sun DID accurately report the Queen would be plopping out of a plane with 007 for the Olympics waayyy back in April).

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