by Sean Naraborough
I’m currently working on an article about The Last of Us being turned into a film, and was nearly finished with it, until the story of Maisie Williams possibly playing Ellie in the film adaption came out, and screwed everything up. This story came to fruition after during a Comic-Con panel where the makers of the film adaption teased that Maisie was in talks to play Ellie. More speculation was caused with the fact that Maisie and Neil Druckmann, the writer of the game and film, were having conversations over Twitter. A couple of people I know who are both fans of The Last of Us and Game of Thrones are very excited that Arya Stark could play Ellie. Now, I don’t watch Game Of Thrones (Yes, I know, I’m an idiot. Voice your anger below), but I know Maisie is one of the stand out actresses from the show. The fact that I know who she is without watching the show is a credit to how good of an actress she is.
by Sean Naraborough
Even though, I’m really excited for The Avengers: Age of Ultron, after seeing the pictures and plot details last week, I am starting to have my worries. There aren’t many but they are big concerns.
by Sean Narborough
This past Monday, I was sent to a press screening to see the new Transformers film and I’m happy to say I was right: Michael Bay is still useless. Even though I’ve seen some of Bay’s other films, I am going to be focusing on the Transformers franchise and how he is slowly destroying a brand I once loved.
It's the middle of 2014 as as you wrack your brains as to how quickly the year has gone, it's time to celebrate the goodness that has descended onto our screens already. So far, the cinematic fares have been so impeccable, it's easy to claim 2014 as one of the best years of cinema. And the treats just keep on coming, with
So join the I'm With Geek film team as they reminisce on their favourites and herald those that they are looking forward to.
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