First off Happy 20th to world of Harry Potter. And if you’ve been under a rock for the last 3 days - you can type Harry Potter in Facebook and your type your house and amazing things happen.
Han Solo - so it turns out it was Han Solo - Alden Ehrenreich himself that went to Kathleen Kennedy with his concerns about the film.
Super NES Classic - if you want it - pre order this way to go!
it has 21 games including the unreleased Star Fox 2. And it’s $79.99.
Banksy back in the news.
So last week it might have been revealed that 3D from Massive Attack just might in fact be Banksy. There are so many things that point to this. But even more last week - Goldie - a British DJ - did an interview talking about art and Banksy. And let the name Rob drop. And 3D’s name is in fact Robert. So did Goldie let it drop the true identity of Banksy.
Here’s some facts:
3D started as a graffiti artist and their art is very similar.
Banksy art pops up where Massive Attack tours at the same time.
3D is friends with Banksy and they have a bunch of common friends
Banksy loves Massive Attack’s music
And Goldie said the name Rob
But then Goldie tweeted that he and Rob are having a good laugh over it. #coverup
So either he is or he isn’t.
Deadpool 2 has begun filming. Ryan Reynolds instagrammed a pic from the first day of filming.
Did you know that Peter Parker was in Iron Man 2. It has been confirmed that in Iron Man 2 the little boy at the Stark Expo is in fact Peter Parker! He’s been there from the very beginning!
Hellboy - it’s gonna be rated R and not so much with the CGI.
Director Neil Marshall has said he gets to make the movie he wants to make because he gets to make an R Rated Hellboy. It’s not like I’m going to force it to be R-rated, but if it happens to come out that way, just because of my own sensibilities, then fine. And nobody’s going to stop us.
Nerd of the Week:
Jamie Foxx - without him, we might not have Ed Sheeran. Ed Sheehan slept on on Jamie Foxx’s couch for 6 weeks back when Jamie had a radio show. Jamie Foxx took him to an open mic night"It was like 800 black people, all black, just the best musicians," Foxx said of the show.
He explained that his musician friends were initially incredulous that Sheeran would do well in such an environment."So all of a sudden I say, 'Ladies and gentleman, Ed Sheeran!' He pops out, with red hair and a ukulele," Foxx continued. "It was just like a movie. I said, 'Well, let's see what the kid has.' And he went out there on that ukulele — got a standing ovation in 12 minutes. And the rest was history."