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Vlog: Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of November 9

This week we talk about the upcoming Disney Plus streaming service.

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Vlog: Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of September 28, 2019

This week we talk about a third Spider-man movie co-produced by Sony and Marvel, Madame Web movie, Spider-man and Black Cat getting married, Ghostrider cancelled on Hulu, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge theme park, and the El Camino movie, and so much more.

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Disney, Pixar’s Coco set to come to life at Plaza Theatre with El Paso Symphony Orchestra

To celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the El Paso Symphony Orchestra is giving new life to one of Disney/Pixar’s most beloved films: Coco.

“We are so thrilled to bring this unique film and event that celebrates the traditions, love for culture and family that our community holds dear!” says Ruth Ellen Jacobson, Executive Director.  “Being able to present it on Dia de los Muertos day, Saturday, November 2, 2019, made perfect sense.”

Conductor James Welsch will lead the El Paso Symphony Orchestra performing Michael Giacchino’s beautiful score on the Plaza Theatre stage, while the award-winning film plays on a screen above the orchestra.

The film Coco is set during the Diá de los Muertos, the Mexican holiday of remembrance.  It tells the story of a boy named Miguel and his music-filled journey to the “Land of the Dead” where he meets his ancestors and uncovers a hidden secret about his family.

The special performance is scheduled for Saturday, November 2, 2019, 7:30pm at the Plaza Theatre. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 13, 2019 at 10am.

Ticket prices are $60, $55, $45 and $25 plus fees.

Tickets may be purchased online, at the symphony’s website, at the Plaza Theatre box office or by calling the EPSO office at (915) 532-3776.

The El Paso Symphony Orchestra is supported in part by the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Presentation licensed by Disney and Pixar.

Vlog: Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of August 17, 2019

This week we talk about Batman #77, Sony keeping Spider-man, Matrix 4, Spidey & Black Cat marriage, Keaton Batman suit auction, Hellboy wrestling in Japan, Spawn #300, Krypton cancellation, Superman 14 & Supergirl 33 recall, Marc Maron hating superhero movies, Breaking Bad movie, Bloodshot movie, Star Wars #75, Dark Crystal Age of Resistance, Rambo Last Blood, and so much more.

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TNTM: Disney Plus streaming service to debut The Mandalorian

Disney’s streaming service, named Disney Plus, is set to go live November 12, 2019.  The streaming service will be the online hub to watch all of Disney’s family-friendly and much of its mass-audience entertainment.

There will be content from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar, and National Geographic. Disney has already started to pull their existing content away from Netflix to make it only available through Disney Plus.

An added bonus is 30 seasons of The Simpsons thanks to the recent Fox takeover.

Not only will you get to watch all the already released movies and shows, but they are developing brand new series that will be exclusive to Disney Plus.  The series that is grabbing a lot of attention from Star Wars fans is “The Mandalorian“.

The series is set five years after the events of Return of the Jedi.  It will follow a lone Mandalorian beyond the reaches of the New Republic. It is written and executive produced by Jon Favreau.  Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Nick Nolte, Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Carl Weathers, Omid Abtahi, and Werner Herzog have all been cast to star in the series.

The first season will be eight episodes.

Mandalorian warriors are recognized by their iconic armor.  They are often characterized as a multi-species warrior people who often work as mercenaries and bounty hunters.

Mandalore is an independent planet  located in the Outer Rim in the sector and system of the same name.  The Mandalorian people are characterized as wary of and reluctant to aid the Empire.  Mandalore is an important planet due to it’s large deposits of beskar, a lightsaber resistant metal.

The term Mandalorian is not uttered once in the movies.  Mandalorians are used extensively in other Star Wars books and series.  They are so popular that a sanctioned costume club, The Mandalorian Mercs, was formed.

The Mandalorian Mercs Costuming Club set the standards of Mandalorian costuming based on canon movie references (Boba and Jango Fett) as well as canonical comic-book references, book references, television shows, and computer games.  I figure this is a good time to delve into the history of one of the most popular Mandalorians, Boba Fett.

Boba Fett is universally called a Mandalorian bounty hunter.  Interesting fact, he is not of Mandalorian lineage.  Boba’s father, Jango, was born to a family of farmers on the world of Concord Dawn located in the Mandalore sector.  His parents were killed by the Death Watch during a civil war.

Due to Jango’s displays of bravery, he was taken in and raised by the Mandalorians.   Jango would rise up the ranks and eventually became Mand’alor, leader of the Mandalorians.

Thanks to Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones we know Jango was selected as the source material for the cloners on Kamino to reproduce what would would become the first Stormtroopers.  Part of Jango’s payment for this was he received an unaltered clone to raise as his son.

That clone was Boba Fett.

Boba Fett’s first real appearance was September 24, 1978 in the San Anselmo Country Fair parade.  If you’re wondering why Star Wars characters were marching in a parade 20 miles north of San Francisco, well… 52 Park Way just happened to be the epicenter of Lucasfilm at the time.

When he marched in that parade he was still an unknown character to the general public.  An assistant film editor for the Star Wars films named Duwayne Dunham was picked to wear the Boba Fett outfit because he was the right size.

The first appearance of Boba Fett in moving pictures was in the animated section of Star Wars Holiday Special. The story-line is set after the events of the original film.  Chewbacca and Han Solo are trying to get back to the Wookiee home world of Kashyyk to celebrate “Life Day”.

The Empire is searching for members of the Rebel Alliance making it difficult for Han and Chewie to make it back.  Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), Harrison Ford (Han Solo), Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca), Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia), Anthony Daniels (C3-PO), Kenny Baker (R2-D2), and James Earl Jones (Darth Vader) all reprised their roles for this special.

It also starred Bea Arthur, Art Carney, Harvey Korman, and the band Jefferson Starship.  (Little trivia for ya Bea Arthur’s character, Ackmena, is one of the first LGBTQ Star Wars characters recognized as canon).

The Holiday Special is widely recognized for it’s extremely negative reception.  It has never been rebroadcast or officially released on home video.  The animated short featuring the appearance of Boba Fett is the only part of this video that is not atrocious.  Boba Fett went on to appear in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983).

Even though he only had a handful of lines in those movies, he achieved cult status.

Hopefully this little bit of backstory will help you appreciate The Mandalorian more when it debuts in a few months.  It’s hard to tell a story about Mandalorians without at least mentioning Jango and Boba.

They are the two names that pop into your mind when someone mentions Mandalorians or Star Wars bounty hunters.  They are by no means the only prominent Mandalrians.  If you read any of the Expanded Universe books or watch the Star Wars cartoons, most notably Clone Wars and Rebels, you will discover so many more interesting Mandalorians.

Disney Plus will be adding to that list with their new series.  Cross your fingers that we see a Boba Fett cameo or reference!

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Video: TNTM – Star Wars The Mandalorian by Jon Favreau

Disney is starting their own streaming service. They will be pulling all their old titles under the streaming service eventually when broadcast contracts expire.

Disney will also be developing original content for their streaming service. One of those shows will be “The Mandalorian” directed by Jon Favreau. Disney is throwing a lot of money at this project and Favreau is a proven director, so we have high hopes for this series.

For those not steeped in all things Star Wars, Mandalorians are what Jango & Boba Fett are. They are a legendary race of warriors originating from the planet Mandalore and it’s moon, Concordia.

Jon Favreau’s Mandalorian will be Lucasfilm’s first live-action Star Wars television show. It is set during the years between the fall of the Empire and the rise of the First Order. The Mandalorian should be a good gap filler between the major Star Wars movie releases.

The only negative is it will only be available on the Disney Play streaming service. That will require the purchase of another streaming service membership.

Are you looking forward to the Mandalorian? Let us know in the comments.

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Video: Daily Nerd Brief September 21 2018

All the Nerdy News that is fit to know for Friday!

MOVIES

Captain Marvel trailer has most views in 24 hours for a Marvel movie
Disney announces Star Wars movie slow-down

TV

Alan Tudyk to star in Resident Alien series
Michael B Jordan to portray John Clark in Tom Clancy series
Star Trek: Short Treks coming to CBS All Access
Kristen Bell to portray title character in Hulu’s Veronica Mars
Jordan Peele will be host on new Twilight Zone
Stargirl cast Brec Bessinger as title character on DCU Streaming
Daredevil season 3 out on October 19th on Netflix
Big Mouth season 2 premieres October 5th on Netflix

COMICS

James Bond 007 #1 to feature Oddjob
Batman: Damned #1 second printing will edit out Bat-penis

COLLECTIBLES

Diamond Select’s Marvel Premier Venom Statue Returns
Ragnarok Gladiator Hulk 1/6 scale action figure from Hot Toys
Psylocke Premium Format figure by Sideshow Collectibles
HBO & Funko will have pop-up shops in Manhattan during NYCC

GAMES

Sony is getting out of hand-held game market
PS4 Spider-man sold 3.3 million copies in first 3 days

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Daily Nerd Brief September 4 2018

The long Labor Day weekend is over and I have some nerdy news to share with ya!

MOVIES

Wizard of Oz Dorothy’s ruby slippers found after 13 years missing
New Die Hard movie will be named “McClane”

TV

Adventure Time final episode confirms romantic relationship
Mega City One TV series in development
Gotham season 5 will introduce the Batcave

COMICS

Marvel Comics drop trademark pursuit for “Monsters Unleashed”
Asgardians of the Galaxy #1 on shelves tomorrow

OTHER

Disney California Adventure replacing Bug’s Land with Marvel attractions

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Video: Daily Nerd Brief September 2 2018

I got your Sunday edition of the Daily Nerd Brief. This is a 3 day weekend for a lot of you (Labor Day). There isn’t a whole lot of new stuff to report, but here is what I found for ya!

MOVIES

Jennifer Garner to star in “Peppermint”
Summer movie attendance up this year

TV

Amazon developing series based on Garth Ennis “The Boys”
DC Universe streaming will film Swamp Thing in North Carolina

COMICS

Power Rangers Shattered Grid story-line ended
Hawk & Dove and Spectre getting their own titles

OTHER

Disney’s Star Wars Land Cantina will serve alcoholic beverages
Chris Jericho made surprise appearance at All-In

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The Wondering Latina – Coco: More Than A Movie

When I first went to the see the film Coco, I made sure to take my niece. I wanted her to have the experience of seeing our culture reflected on the big screen. The funny thing is, I ended up being the one in tears at the end of the film.

To see things that were familiar to me, the music, the clothes, the food…not as a side item, or the butt of a joke, but as the main attraction and done not with ridicule, but with pride; I cannot explain the surge of joy and pride that filled my heart in the first 5 minutes.

There was so much more to that film than I had even realized. The entire movie has an undertone theme of “crossing.” The central character Miguel accidentally crosses to the other side, some ancestors are denied access at the toll and are unable to cross. It was hard to miss that undertone, that even in our death, we will be subject to “declaration,” “pathway,” and “crossing.”

Then there was the beauty of memory. I think that was my biggest take away from the film.

I remember crying when the one guitar player disappeared because no one “remembered” him anymore.  By the time we reach the end (spoiler alert) and ‘Mama Coco’ dies, I was an emotional mess, she remembered her father’s song and thus he lives on, she lives on, in the memory. I remember immediately thinking of my loves one, just in case.

Watching the movie was an experience, within the experience. I couldn’t fully focus at first because, like a child at Disney, I was in awe, the music, the colors; the fact that is was an all-Latino cast meant familiar speech, the rhythm in which the family spoke to each other…all of it, was home.

In this weird time of a post-election Trump’s America, as a Mexican-American, I am exhausted. Since the presidential campaign, I walk around not sure of who I will encounter. Speaking Spanish, being proud of my Mexican culture and identity can now be seen as an act of rebellion, but for many of us, it just simply “is” – it is just being.

Watching the Oscars last night at the moment that live performance with Gael García Bernal sang “Remember Me” the theme song from Coco, I felt the same lump in my throat and the tears begin to well up. This is the first time (in my life) I can remember seeing images of Mexico displayed in honor of a nomination at the Oscars.

Again it was filled with beauty and sophistication, the dancers in ‘Traje de Charro’ and traditional “Ballet Folklóricoattire. This is the Mexico that I think of when I think of Mexico.

Although we still have miles to go with equal representation in media; I think many of us had tears throughout the night. To hear the young actor, Anthony Gonzalez (who voiced the main character ‘Miguel’) hold an Oscar, give his speech in English and say “Viva Mexico!” filled my heart with pride.

Guillermo del Toro brought the win for ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Picture’ making it the 4th year – of the last five years – a Mexican director takes home the top honors (with the exception of 2017).  Alfonso Cuarón began the legacy winning ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Film Editing’ in 2014, Alejandro González Iñárritu took ‘Best Director’ / ‘Best Picture in 2015 and another ‘Best Director’ in 2016. 

Plenty of A-lister Latinos made appearances, Gina Rodriguez, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Benjamin Bratt, Salma Hayek…to name a few. The tribute to “unsung heroes” performed by Common and Andra Day, included activist/icon, Dolores Huerta and international celebrity Chef, José Andrés – who most recently flew to Puerto Rico to aid in the rescue efforts, providing millions of meals to the island – were among those that were honored.

Throughout the entire show every time I heard The Shape of Water or Coco get an award or mentioned in a category, I was at home screaming HECK YEAH! Judging from my social media feeds, I wasn’t the only one.  It was a beautiful night of pride and victory.

For many of us, Oscar night was about so much more. It was about breaking stereotypes and finally having some visibility and recognition. It was about freely embracing our identity, about unity and inclusion rather than exclusion.

It is about saying to the world – and the man sitting in the White House – we are not all “rapist and criminals.”

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TNTM: Disney DuckTales reboot

Disney DuckTales getting a reboot

Growing up we didn’t have on demand TV channels or streaming on the internet. We had to be in front of the TV when the show originally aired or you missed it. Your only hope was it would be in a re-run.

Disney had a stranglehold on after-school cartoons. There was Chip & Dales Rescue Rangers, Tailspin, and DuckTales. These cartoons took the favorite Disney characters and re-imagined them. They added a few new characters to the mix and voila, you had Disney Gold.

DuckTales was probably the best of the Disney after-school cartoons. The cartoon followed Scrooge McDuck and his nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie as they went on lots of different adventures.

Good news if you are one of those folk that miss the old Disney after-school cartoons. They are rebooting DuckTales! The biggest news is Scrooge McDuck will be voice by David Tennant. You might recognize that name as the Tenth Doctor on Doctor Who. There will be one-hour movie called Woo-oo! on August 12. They will be running this movie on a marathon schedule until the regular episodes begin on September 23.

Hopefully Disney will be able to capture lightning in a bottle again with DuckTales. This will introduce the new generation to these great characters. Get your kids interested in this new series and then break out the old seasons of the original and re-live the magic.

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‘Snow White’ Added to 10th Annual Plaza Classic Film Festival

Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is considered one of the greatest animated movies ever made — and it’s coming to the El Paso Community Foundation’s 10th annual Plaza Classic Film Festival.

It’s the 80th anniversary of the animated classic, which was Walt Disney’s first feature-length animated film.

This marks the first time Snow White will be shown at the Plaza Classic Film Festival.

The 10th anniversary edition of the Plaza Classic will run from Aug. 3-13 in and around El Paso’s Plaza Theatre. Organizers said the festival will be bringing back some of their “greatest hits” and “showing a lot more movies we’ve never shown before.”

On Thursday, in honor of their birthday, organizers announced 10 more titles they’ve lined up for this summer. In addition to Snow White, they’ll be screening:

Romancing the Stone (1984)

The Unsinkable Molly Brown, with El Paso native Debbie Reynolds (1964)

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978)

Cronos (1993)

The Secret of NIMH, directed by El Paso native Don Bluth (1982)

An American in Paris (1951)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Festival passes are on sale now by clicking here. Individual tickets go on sale in early July.

Gallery+Story: Kids-n-Co New Production of ‘Disney’s Mulan Jr.’ Opens Saturday

Not all Disney heroes are royalty. Fa Mulan is a girl worried about her ailing father, and takes his place as a warrior in the army, saving not only her father, but China as well.

Disney’s Mulan Jr. features music and lyrics by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel, Stephen Schwartz, Jeanine Tesori and Alexa Junge; music adapted and arranged and additional music and lyrics by Bryan Louiselle; book adapted and additional lyrics by Patricia Cotter. Disney’s Mulan Jr. is based on the 1998 Oscar-nominated Disney film “Mulan” and the story “Fa Mulan” by Robert D. San Souci.

Disney’s Mulan Jr. is a heartwarming celebration of culture, honor and the fighting spirit. With hit songs and a story packed with action, humor and heart, Disney’s Mulan Jr. brings ancient China to life with a modern sensibility.

The Huns have invaded, and it is up to the misfit Mulan and her mischievous dragon sidekick, Mushu, to save the Emperor. Defying the village matchmaker, Mulan takes up arms and disguises herself as a boy in order to spare her father from having to serve in the army.

As the great battle with the Huns approaches, Mulan must choose between revealing her true identity as a girl or saving all of China with her clever plan.

The show is directed by Skyler Carreon, with musical direction by Laura Sambrano.

KIDS-N-CO.’S production of Disney’s Mulan Jr. opens Saturday, May 27 and continues weekends through June 11 at First Presbyterian Church, 1340 Murchison.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2:30 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $7 for adults, and $5 for children, students, senior citizens and military.

 

Alamo Drafthouse to Host Beauty and the Beast “Feast,” Sensory-Friendly Shows and More

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Montecillo celebrates one of Disney’s most anticipated live action remakes, Beauty and the Beast, with a delectable four-course feast and screening, a photo booth and month-long menu specials.

Starting Thursday, March 16, 2017, the original animated Disney classic is coming to life in a live action version directed by Bill Condon and starring Harry Potter’s Emma Watson as Belle. The Alamo Drafthouse will have a Beauty and the Beast themed photo-booth awaiting guests as they arrive in the lobby and that is only the beginning of the celebration.

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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST menu specials at The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. / Photo by www.hlkfotos.com
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST menu specials at The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. / Photo by www.hlkfotos.com

inspired menu will be featured during every screening at Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo in the month of March. The food and drink menu items include the “Croque Maurice”, a spin on the classic French bistro sandwich, and the “The Transformation”, a refreshing gin and sparkling wine-based cocktail with a “Wand’ sidecar of black currant liqueur.

In addition, the screening of Beauty and the Beast at 7pm on Wednesday, March 29 will be accompanied by a four-course feast. As the story of Belle and the Beast unfolds on the screen, you will enjoy an immersive cinematic experience that includes “”Hot Hor D’Oeuvres” buttery flaky hor d’oeuvres, “Gray Deliciousness” roasted eggplant, “Beef Ragout” savory beef short rib, and a “Pie and Pudding” sweet flamed cherry pie to top it off.

Kyle Alvarado, Creative Manager for Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo, says that the anticipation for immersive movie experiences is rapidly building in El Paso. “We are excited to introduce our movie feast concept to El Pasoans with a film as magical as Beauty and the Beastand we can’t wait for our guests to experience the hard work and creativity of our culinary team.”

Tickets to the four-course Beauty and the Beast Feast screening on March 29 can be purchased here. Tickets to regular screenings of the film at the Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo can be purchased here.

Also, the Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo will be offering “Alamo For All” screenings of Beauty and the Beast. These screenings are sensory friendly, open to all ages and the house lights will be left a little higher and the sound turned down a little lower.

Click here to view all “Alamo For All” screenings available at the Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo.

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