For awhile it seemed that the box office did what the Cursed Earth and the Angel Gang couldn’t which is to stop Judge Dredd. But you can’t keep a good Judge–or Karl Urban–down despite the checkered performance of Dredd in movies. The character’s first appearance was in 1995’s Judge Dredd, which was such a wasted […]
As I mention in my latest video (below the text), the most recent trailer for Star Trek: Beyond (I don’t care that there’s no colon, I’m putting one in anyway) looks pretty interesting. There’s a lot going on–maybe even a bit too much because from a narrative standpoint I have no idea why things are happening […]
Take this with a HUGE grain of salt, but according to Superherohype Karl Urban is talking to venues like Netflix to continue the story of Judge Dredd in the television space. I have no idea if this is true, but it’s a great idea because Dredd, while underwhelming in theaters in 2012–financially speaking, because […]
“A Very Entertaining, Though (Seemingly) Unoriginal, Voyage Of The Starship Enterprise” Let me say for the record I am not a Trekkie. While more people are probably into the work of Gene Roddenberry I preferred Gerry Anderson and shows like “Space: 1999,” “UFO.” and “Space Precinct.” That ’s not to say that I didn’t respect […]
The image to the right is the one of the last from the trailer for Pete Travis‘ “Dredd,” and it looks like Karl Urban has nailed the look, though in the comics he generally appears thinner, almost gaunt, though other than that, he looks good. What Danny Cannon’s 1995 version did right–for the most part–was […]
For anyone who still has a bad taste in their mouth from the 1995 version of “Judge Dredd,” starring Sylvester “I AM THE LAW!!!” Stallone, here’s a picture of Karl Urban as the famous (and perhaps infamous) embodiment of the law in Mega City One.