Jurassic… World?

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Well the on and off again, long-rumored follow-up to Jurassic Park 3 is confirmed, and even has a release date, June 12, 2015.

As far as story details? Pretty sure this is all rumor at this point. But sounds like it’ll be set in present day, on everyone’s favorite dino-island, Isla Nublar. Supposedly, after several attempts, Jurassic Park is up and running, and completely safe until, you know, it’s not.

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TRAILER: ROBOCOP

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After who knows how long a time of worry from initial news that this remake was happening, to leaked set photos of a cyborg costume that screamed Christopher Nolan Batman… the first trailer for the Robocop remake has been released.

And I have to be honest… it doesn’t look half bad. Don’t get me wrong, still skeptical as hell… just not as much. Check out the trailer after the jump!

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Looks like DC isn’t done with 52 changes just yet…

That’s right boys and girls. Looks like LOBO is getting an overhaul. And if you’ve been reading DC, and are thinking, “Didn’t he already show up in the new 52?!”

Yes he has. But looks like that guy is a fake, and what the story is actually about.

According to DC Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, he has the following to say about the new Lobo…

This Lobo is equal parts strong, vicious, and driven. There’s a darker and more logical idea about what a force of nature like him is capable of. After all, this is someone who can infiltrate high society, fly a space ship, and adhere to a very specific moral code that’s not your typical anti-hero one. Oh, and, this one-shot takes place very far away from Earth. And when I say very far away, I mean it takes place literally on the other side of the galaxy.

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Stars Come Out for Autism…

Katy Perry took the stage for Comedy Central’s benefit Night of Too Many Stars benefiting autism. But Perry didn’t take center stage, that honor went to Jodi DiPiazza, an autistic girl who made a breakthrough through music. Jodi joined Perry on “Firework”, playing piano and singing with Perry in front of a huge audience at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

The special airs on Comedy Central on October 21st.

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