These are for the moments that you doubt yourself… the times when you need an extra push… the occasions were you are on the fence and just need that extra umph to help you take the next step over… Here it is, inspirational speeches under 2-minutes.
Finally, what most of the Dragonball fans out there are waiting for… a legit trailer from the live-action movie coming in Spring 2009. Here it is, the Dragonball: Evolution movie trailer.
Will it be good as the animated series? Maybe—to be the optimist, but probably not from the way some people have been leaving comments. Either way, I can’t wait to see it for its CG effects.
Seems that they are getting ready to amp up The Watchmen Movie for 2009, and have apparently added the animated series into iTunes.
Watchmen Motion Comics
Set in an alternate reality mirroring the United States in the 1980s, Alan Moore’s Watchmen is the only graphic novel to earn a Hugo Award, as well as a spot on Time Magazine’s list of 100 best English-language novels. Now you can enjoy this classic saga in its motion comics form, as it examines the nature of modern vigilantism, crime, and the decay of many norms in society. Download the first episode or buy a Season Pass and get all 12 chapters, as they’re available, for just $19.99.
For those who haven’t seen the free “webisodes” a couple of weeks back written by Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Toy Story, etc.) and features Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie MD) and Nathan Fillion (Firefly), Hulu seems to have put it up for free (vs. $3.99 from iTunes).
All I can say is that this flick is going to be sick! Here’s the promo reel.
It seems that the promo reel that was on Brightcove has expired. Update the post with one from Youtube.