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Dolph Lundgren portayed a Soviet-bred knockout monster in "Rocky iv" but in this special Humans From Earth episode (recorded in front of 600-plus fans) the brainy action hero proves he also knows his way around a punchline.By Nerdist Industries.
 
The best kind of bad visits this week as "Sin City 2" villain Powers Booth reflects on 35 years of making memorable malevolence for Hollywood cameras.By Nerdist Industries.
 
Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance singer, "Umbrella Academy" writer) and Eddie McClintock ("Warehouse 13" star) become fast friends during this week's episode of Humans From Earth, the podcast recorded in front of a live audience at Hollywood's historic Egyptian Theatre.By Nerdist Industries.
 
Comics legend Frank Miller, the fire-breathing maverick behind "Sin City." "The Dark Knight Returns," "300" and "Wolverine," gives a rare live interview in this special episode recorded at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles.By Nerdist Industries.
 
Filmmaker Josh Boone ("The Fault in Our Stars") will be directing a feature film version of Stephen King's "The Stand" and this week's edition of Humans From Earth has the exclusive first interview about his plans for the dark bookshelf classic.By Nerdist Industries.
 
Geoff Boucher is joined by husband and wife Kyle Newman, director of FANBOYS and Jaime King star of STAR WARS:THE CLONE WARS, HEART OF DIXIE and SIN CITY. They talk about the upcoming films SIN CITY 2, and BARELY LETHAL as well as Harvey Weinstein, British accents, Frank Miller, R-rated animation, and STAR TREK onesies.…
 
Special guest Eli Roth swings for the fence in this latest episode of Humans From Earth. "Hostel" filmmaker Roth riffs on Germany, Gummy Bears, fake heads, cannibals, Texas evangelicals, death scenes, kinky vampires and new scientific data about his own blood-loving brain!By Nerdist Industries.
 
Scott Wilson of The Walking Dead visits with a truly lively world view and his killer resume (In the Heat of the Night, In Cold Blood, The Ninth Configuration) in this fifth episode of the podcast!By Nerdist Industries.
 
Clark Gregg, Marvel’s intrepid agent of intrigue, brings his laser sharp wit and fanboy earnestness on board this episode of Humans From Earth. Gregg also opens up a different sort of dossier with details about his new directorial effort, “Trust Me”, which he also stars in.By Nerdist Industries.
 
The Russo brothers of Ohio are the newest sensations sent onto the field by team Marvel thanks to the critical and commercial success of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”. In this episode of Humans From Earth, the cinema-loving sibs talk about secret formulas, surprise twists, and yankee-doodle color scheme for their newly minted career vic ...…
 
Never one to slink away from a firefight, Geoff talks with Bob Orci who is anything but neutral. Orci has been a lifelong fan of star fleet and the co-writer of the two latest silver screen voyages of the Starship Enterprise, now he awaits his next mission, one that puts him in the captain’s seat/director’s chair vacated by J.J. Abrams.…
 
Humans From Earth, a stellar new pop-culture podcast hosted by Geoff Boucher, makes its debut with special guest Jon Favreau and fellow Nerdist podcaster Gil from Mutant Season.By Nerdist Industries.
 
This is an interview conducted by Leonard Sultana for An Englishman In San Diego, on Friday 18th April 2014, and is another in a series of interviews titled ‘Icons Of Con’! Now, that might seem like a rather grand title but we feel that the subjects that we get to talk to – con commentators, comics industry insiders and pop culture celebrities ...…
 
Mild-mannered reporter by day, Geoff Boucher has swooped in to San Diego this week to cover the grand gala of all things pop culture -- Comic-Con International 2010. For the rest of the week, hordes descend on the city to the south to consume, converse and kvetch about the latest and greatest in comics.…
 
With summer so close you can almost feel it kissing your skin, we look at a couple of ways you might want to lose yourself in the season -- reading and at the movies. Books editor David Ulin talks about some of our picks for the 92 days of summer. And Hero Complex blogger Geoff Boucher breaks down "popcorn month" at the movies. And we talk tech ...…
 
This week, we touch on the mercurial stock market with Business columnist Tom Petruno, get a dispatch from the oil-slicked gulf region, hear from Pakistan on possible ties to the Times Square bomb, from Sacramento on how it could become tougher to be a teen in California and about a San Diego rasta man's battle with the tax man. Then we get our ...…
 
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