Spider-Man 3 on DVD in October
Marvel.com says that the third Spider-Man film will come out on DVD Oct. 30:
Sony Pictures Entertainment is releasing the film—which already grossed a whopping $888 million worldwide in the box offices—in six different arachtastic ways that are sure to get your Spidey-juices flowing! At the top of the list is the “Spider-Man High Definition Trilogy” pack delivering all three films on Blu-ray disc—imagine all the Goblin, Doc Ock, Sandman and Venom-ous glory in HD. Go on. Imagine it. It’s quite nice. The three-pack is the only shot fans will have at owning the first two Spider-Man films in the tasty hi-def Blu-Ray format, so true-believers better pounce! For those who want the trilogy but don’t have the drool-worthy HD capabilities, never fear: the package will also be available on standard DVD.
If you already have the first two films of the saga or only want the tertiary chapter, it will also be released in single- and double-disc editions in both Blu-Ray and standard format DVD.
Old Superman meets new Superman
Dean Cain will play a villain on the upcoming season of Smallville, which begins Sept. 27. Cain will play Dr. Curtis Knox, a villainous killer.
Speaking of Superman, you can check out a clip from the upcoming Superman:Doomsday DVD here.
Can Jason Bourne beat Batman?
Even though I still continue to enjoy the songs off the first two Simpsons soundtracks (“Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?”), I haven’t been as faithful a watcher of the show over the past few seasons. So I’m not sure if the latest soundtrack, due Sept. 18, is going to appeal to me.
The Simpsons: Testify features songs from seasons 10 through 18 of the Simpsons. In addition to the cast, it’ll also feature music by “Weird Al” Yankovic, David Byrne and Jackson Browne. And Kelsey Grammer as you know who, which might be reason enough to get it …
Set your Wiimote for “stun”
Joystiq hits the nail on the head in their blurb about Star Trek coming to the Wii …
Listen up, Trekkies. Ever since its first public unveiling, we know you’ve been dreaming of using the Wiimote as a phaser (set to stun, we hope) in a Star Trek video game. We know, some of those other nerds keep going on and on about lightsabers this and Dark Sith Lord that … but we both know where the real action is. Phasers.