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Geek News on the Radio for October 29th, 2018

‘Star Trek’ Animated Comedy Series Warping to CBS All Access!

CBS has announced plans for Star Trek: Lower Decks,”  an animated comedy set in the “Star Trek” universe coming to the CBS All Access streaming service, according to TV Guide. The series will focus on the lowest ranking crewmembers on one of the least notable ships in Starfleet – essentially the exact opposite perspective of most Star Trek shows.

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Star Wars: Boba Fett movie is ‘100% DEAD’ confirms Kathleen Kennedy

STAR WARS may have one of the most divided fanbases of all time. New information about the rumoured Boba Fett movie has undoubtedly put fans into a tailspin again…

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Wonder Woman 1984 delayed for DC reboot to REPLACE Batman and Superman actors?

THE WONDER WOMAN 1984 release date has been pushed back seven months and a shock report claims Warner Bros will rewrite the ending to include a Flashpoint-style timeline change which will allow the studio to replace stars like Ben Affleck’s Batman and Henry Cavill’s Superman.

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Marvel won’t say otherwise, so let’s just assume Katherine Langford is Kate Bishop in Avengers 4

Frank Grillo is never going to be allowed to talk about a Marvel movie again after he seemingly confirmed that some of Avengers 4 will take place in the past, but since nobody else will tell us anything about the movie, we’re just going to have to start offering some more wild theories in order to satisfy our eternal hunger for Avengers content. This time around, the thing we know very little about is 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford, who—according to The Wrap—has joined the cast of Avengers 4 in a mysterious, unannounced role.

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A new Kickstarter project will publish an undiscovered novel that inspired The Thing

John Carpenter’s The Thing is a classic science fiction horror film that has scared audiences for decades. But the film was inspired by an earlier story published in the 1930s, “Who Goes There?” by noted editor John W. Campbell Jr., and it turns out that that there’s more to that story. A researcher recently discovered an unpublished, novel-length manuscript of the story, and a small press is using Kickstarter to publish it.

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