In addition to revealing a time-travel element the series has, DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns said some familiar faces will show up on Krypton. The post Syfy’s Krypton to Feature Brainiac, Adam Strange & More DC Favorites appeared first on CBR.
DC Comics boss Geoff Johns revealed that the new series will also take place in both the present and past. read more
According to DC Comics’ Geoff Johns, the Shazam film will not star Dwayne Johnson, who plays Black Adam in a solo film. The post Shazam: DC’s Geoff Johns Says Dwayne Johnson Not in Film appeared first on CBR.
DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has finally revealed whether or not we can expect to see The Rock as Black Adam in Shazam.
At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, John Hodgman hosted Syfy's Great Debate where Orlando Jones, Aisha Tyler, Adam Savage, John Barrowman and io9 co-founder Charlie Jane Anders debated a variety of classic nerd conundrums. And, somehow, Savage's answer to the eternal Star Wars or Star Trek question brought down the whole room. More »
“You know, I went north all those years ago, as a romantic young crusader and artist, and I imagined that in Alaska I could step outside my own culture — which is patently ridiculous. But somehow I was able to draw music from the air and the earth, and that has served me well. Even […]
The composer tweets: ‘Voila! Completed manuscript of new opera Girls of the Golden West. 2 yrs of panning for nuggets. Time for a break.’ Elsewhere, in an interview with John von Rhein of the Chicago Tribune, he sounds gloomier: ‘It can be a challenge to fill those enormous halls with an entire program of just […]
"One thing that disturbs me is that the friends I have dinner with — people who bear the same intellectual, social and political interests as I — don't listen to my music. Very few of them even listen to Beethoven. They listen to — I don't know — James Taylor or the Gipsy Kings. I […]
San Francisco Opera is holding an audition on July 31 for adult extras to appear in Elektra, Manon and the new John Adams opera next season. Auditions start at 6 p.m. at the War Memorial Opera House. No previous experience required, it says, and you don’t get asked to sing. The catch? You don’t get […]
As it was doing an inventory of its wine cellar, the Liberty Hall Museum in New Jersey came across some eye-popping labels: "Imported 1796." The wine was ordered to celebrate John Adams' presidency.
Circus clown/ Arby's pitchman/ mayoral hopeful Bo Dietl is on Twitter making statements about what things will be like when he's mayor. There's some teacher at John Adams accused of allowing a student to sit on his lap, and Bo is outraged. Show More Summary
Since watching Musica Surfica, I've thought a lot about intersections between classical music and the sea. I'm not going to bang on about that today, but I did want to share one of my most treasured oceanic musical discoveries, Become...Show More Summary
The sixth president, long derided as a hapless elitist, is suddenly relevant again 250 years after his birth.
The sixth POTUS, who was born 250 years ago today, was a fan of skinny-dipping—and pet alligators.
Adam Weinstein, Task and Purpose Security, Time to go small? Capt. John Sidney McCain III, U.S. Navy (retired), has flown on and off a lot of carrier decks. And he thinks they’re getting too damn big. McCain — the longtime Republican...Show More Summary
On the occasion of his 250th birthday, the making of our sixth president in his own words
On this date 250 years ago, Abigail Adams gave birth to her second child and first son. No letters or diary entries survive from the Adams household that month. Decades later, Abigail’s husband John mentioned the event in his autobiography:The Year before this, i.e. Show More Summary
John Clayton Adams - Bringing Home the Sheep by Irina John Clayton Adams or J. Clayton Adams (1840 – 20 June 1906) was an English landscape artist.
In 1796, a family in New Jersey stocked up on wine, in anticipation of celebrating America’s second president, John Adams, who would take office in March 1796. More than 220 years later, three cases were still in the wine cellar of what...Show More Summary
Authored by Joe Hildebrand and John Adams via News.com.au, AUSTRALIA has missed its chance to avoid a potential “economic apocalypse”, according to a former government guru who says that despite his warnings there are seven new signs...Show More Summary