Geek News on the Radio – March 2, 2015

Arnold Schwarzenegger Returning for TERMINATOR GENISYS Sequel

Devotees of Arnold Schwarzenegger were excited to hear that the former Governator would “be back” to play a cybernetic organism once again in Terminator 5, officially called Terminator Genisys. (Or is it Terminator: Genisys? Is there a colon in there? We have to know these things, Paramount!) And now, according to TheArnoldFans, Schwarzenegger says that he is actually coming back for another sequel after that, also.

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RED SONJA movie Back on Track, New Writer Hired

Brigitte Nielsen and Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in a Red Sonja movie back in 1985, but the She-Devil with a Sword hasn’t appeared on the big screen since. A remake of Red Sonja has been kicking around since 2008, when Robert Rodriguez was going to produce a version starring Rose McGowan. That never happened, and Megan Fox was being considered as a replacement before Amber Heard moved into the lead role with director Simon West at the helm. That was in 2011, and we haven’t heard anything about the movie since then.

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President Obama Talks about Leonard Nimoy’s Death

The world lost an icon today. Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy died at the age of 83, leaving a hole in the heart of the geek community. One of those geeks is apparently President Barack Obama, who penned a nice remembrance of Nimoy today (via Vulture). Regardless of everyone’s personal politics, I think we can all agree that this is pretty cool.

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THE WALKING DEAD Season 5 Finale Will Be an Extended Episode

The Walking Dead Season 5 finale is going to be so epic that AMC is giving it an extended 90-minute episode! The cable network also announced that the finale episode of the season will air on March 29th at 9pm. Here’s a vague description of what the episode will entail.

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SHAFT Reboot Moving Forward at New Line

It has been 15 years since we’ve seen Shaft up on the big screen. The character was last played by Samuel L. Jackson in 2000, and before that he was played by Richard Roundtree in 1971. The hardcore private detective is gearing up to make a comeback. New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to the property. There’s no word on who will play the badass smooth-talking character this time around, and there are also no plot details available yet.

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Hans Zimmer Discusses Superhero Themes for BATMAN V. SUPERMAN

Hans Zimmer has provided some wonderful musical score for superhero movies over the years, like Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy and Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. He’s currently working on Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and when talking to MTV he spoke a little bit about what he plans on doing with the score of the film saying, “I’ve got a couple of ideas.”

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