As you prepare for The Invasion this weekend, we have a fun giveaway for everyone.
Thanks to the people at the WB, who were kind enough to send a few Invasion promotional t-shirts as giveaways!
Simply leave a comment on this post, or email me at angela (at) scifichick.com with “Invasion Giveaway” in the subject line and you’ll be entered to win. Contest ends Monday, August 27th. I’ll draw the names randomly on August 28th. Winners will be notified via email and this website.
The Invasion begins August 17th.
Go see the movie this weekend and check back on the 25th to see if you’ve won!
See below for more movie clips.
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A while back, Karl was kind enough to send a link to this site that I thought you might all get a kick out of: www.aliensurvivalguide.net
The site gives info on how to survive an alien invasion, describing how you can defend yourself in different situations, a brief history, and how to tell if you are a target for alien abduction. These and other fun tidbits are a great way to waste some time on a lazy Friday!
Perfect little site to get you in the mood for the upcoming movie Invasion, starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig.
SciFiWire gives info on the villains for the upcoming Iron Man movie:
Jon Favreau, director of the upcoming Iron Man film, hinted that the villains in the first of a hoped-for film franchise would grow out of the technology that allows playboy industrialist Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to become Iron Man in the first place.
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For those of you who haven’t heard yet, J.J. Abrams announced that the rumors are true that Zachary Quinto (known for his portrayl of Sylar on Heroes) will be playing young Spock in the upcoming Star Trek XI movie. And Leonard Nimoy will be playing his iconic role as well. Hopefully, more than just a short cameo.
Looks like Kevin Spacey will be in the next Superman sequel. Superman: Man of Steel is supposedly set for a 2009 release. Two years away yet. It’s just torture to even read news items like this.
In Monday night’s episode, Kyle has embraced his gifts and finally sets about using them to help people. Namely his love interest, Amanda. This is his first real “case.” And he not only helps out the victim by sacrificing something valuable to him, but he actually helps out a thief as well. Kyle is truly every bit the boy scout that Clark Kent is. I just hope they don’t go the same route with the relationship with Amanda as they do with Lana in Smallville. The “will they, won’t they” thing gets old really fast. Especially, when in Smallville, you know they don’t end up together.
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