LIVE! Day 3 Of SDCC: Warner Bros’s Panel!

Warner Bros is up first with an amazing panel!

They have a lot of films to show us in 2018!

Plus a lot of DC announcements on the way!

 I can’t wait to see all of the trailers! I also can’t wait to see what they announce!

No predictions want to go with a clear mind and get hyped!

Here is the live blog for the panel!

First off we get an epic montage of previous Warner Bros films. Audience screams at Wonder Woman and BVS footage.

Up first is Ready Player One!

Steven Spielberg takes the stage and shows us the first trailer for Ready Player One!

Here is the first trailer for Ready Player One from SDCC!

This movie takes place in the future 2045 to be exact!

The trailer starts with the protagonist who lives in a place called The Stacks in Ohio.

This looks beautifully both visually and the music and the world of the Oasis is amazing

There are cameos of Freddy Kruger,Deadpool Harley Quinn,The Iron Giant, Duke Nukem! Heck even The Ostrich from Joust!

We get an awesome huge scorpion fighting a bunch of users!

Also we get an intense race scene where cars and buildings are destroyed and it blew me away!

In the end a key unlocks something! What is it?

Also this is giving me a Tron Legacy vibe which I love! I also like that they threw in Akira’s bike and the Delorean from BTTF!

Speilberg and Ambien is making an amazing comeback with this movie! This could even be Spielberg’s best movie yet!

If this movie is like the book then it will be fantastic!

Basically the creator of the Oasis forces people to find an easter egg through a big video game and find keys to find more clues and find the egg! It’s awesome! This movie will be full of easter eggs!

Can’t wait for this movie!

The footage looks spectacular and the CGI is so realistic. I want to dive into the Oasis!

Im going to say it but this could be the best film of 2018 and revive the Young Adult genre!

The cast is blown away as well!

Tye Sheridan said: “I was obsessed with virtual reality and when I heard about this project I thought ‘Holy shit. Steven Spielberg is doing a VR movie? I can’t wait to see that!’

Steven Speilberg said: “Will they let me get away with putting my other movies in this movie without getting called vain? What made me want to tell the story was the kind of world 2044 gives to people. It’s so dystopian, people were leaving the country and then VR comes along and gives people another option. A suit gives feedback that gives touch, sensuality, and pain.”

Also The Iron Giant plays a big role in this film! That’s awesome!

Ready Player One blasts into theaters on March 30th 2018!

Next up is Blade Runner 2049!

We get new footage!

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.” Intercut the original film with Blade Runner 2049. 2019 Decker escapes, 2020 a new model of Nexus 8’s rushed out to keep the company viable, 2022 EMP detonated on the west coast, a disaster with global ramifications. In 2023, replicant prohibition goes into effect, 2025 genetically modified food technology from the Wallace Corp ends the food shortage after the blackout 2030 Wallace helps passed prohibition repeal. By 2049, Los Angels changed dramatically, life on Earth has reached limits, society divided between two classes, replicant and human with humans on the lower rungs. All humans that could have left Earth for the colonies. “Everyone had a part to play, sometimes to love someone you gotta be a stranger,” Harrison Ford says to Ryan Gosling.

Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling join the director on stage

Denis Villeneuve wanted to direct Blade Runner 2049 so that no one else “Would f#ck it up!”

Ridley Scott helped him but also let him do his own thing but was always there to give him advice.

When a fan asks Ford if they will answer any questions about his character he said ” It doesn’t matter what I think!” The audience laughs.

We get even more footage!

Ryan Gosling and a lady in white descend into what looks like a yellow pyramid. “A gift from Mister Wallace to the world. The outer colonies would never have flourished without the technology.” The stairs have replicants — long life Nexus 8 models — on either side in glass cases. One of them moves inside the suspended goo. Now the camera is on a bunch of glass balls with damaged something inside from the blackout. The lady puts the ball in a computer and suddenly the screen lights up with Tyrell Archives. Harrison Ford’s eyeball in close up with static lines of dialogue “The photo of the girl” It’s lines from the original film. Ryan watches without emotion. The room is so cold, the woman has cold breath as does Gosling. Someone is trying to provoke Deckard. The lady is now hitting on Gosling, she is clearly a replicant. She works for Mr. Wallace though and Gosling is all business.

Blade Runner 2049 comes into theaters October 6th 2017

After some audience questions we move on.

Next up is Justice League!

Here is the arrival of the Justice League cast!

Here is the Justice League panel!

Here is the new Justice League trailer!

We open with someone going through a metal detector with a gun and briefcase. Then Wonder Woman busts in and dodges bullets like a champ. Someone hits her in the head with a gun and it doesn’t phase her. Then she’s at work working on a sculpture. “A world without hope” on the front page of the newspaper in the aftermath of Superman’s death. The Bat symbol is turned on and Batman answers the call. We move to an island, it’s Themyscirya. “Something is coming” and the mother box opens, suddenly Steppenwolf is here. Moving on to Aquaman and the throne, Cyborg in a broken window, a lakeside house with Batman inside, Flash breaking through a window, (the Justice League really hates windows, you guys) Steppenwolf using a fire whip and shredding the land. “Miss the days of exploding wind-up penguins,” says Alfred. “This is crazy,” says Aquaman. They’re having a meeting like they’re about to steal a fast car. The Flash has never been in battle “Just pushed som e people and run away.” “Relax Alfred, I’ll take it from here,” says Cyborg “Do I know you?” Alfred responds. Wonder Woman fighting Steppenwolf one-on-becauseusee she’s a DAMN GOD. The team standing together in front of what looks like City Hall, The Flash throwing Wondy her sword, Aquaman riding a winged henchman down to the ground like a BAMF. “That’s rude” says the Flash as the rest of the team vanishes while Gordon is talking. Oh no, Alfred is in danger. Wait, no. Alfred was sent to get Superman or Green Lantern. But which one is it?

Yep I am even more excited for this film than I should be but that trailer was fantastic. Stephenwolf looks badass, I love Ezra Millers Flash, Ray’s Cyborg is starting to grow on me a lil bit, and I think Jason Mamoa’s Aquaman is perfect! Also seeing the amazonians return was nice as well

Also Ben Affleck isn’t leaving Batman anytime soon and he loves playing him and those articles were lies! He says: “I am the luckiest guy in the world. Batman is the coolest part and I’m so thrilled to do it. It’s f*cking amazing and I still can’t believe it after two films,”

We also got a new Justice League poster that looks like a comic book cover!

Justice League assembles on November 17th 2017!

We get the full slate of upcoming DCEU films!



.Suicide Squad 2 and 3!

.The Batman

.Justice League Dark

.Green Lantern Corps

.Flashpoint which is rumored to fix the mistakes of BvS!

.Wonder Woman 2

.Harley Quinn Vs Joker

.Gotham City Siren


.The Flash

No Man of Steel 2 news yet. 🙁

Also Jason Mamoa screaming “The King Is here!” and Ezra Miller being Edward from FMA made my day!

Here is the Aquaman panel!

We get Aquaman footage!

Opens with the director saying hello and then we see the Aquaman concept art of the guards, and Atlantis. It’s very high tech looking, to be honest. It’s kind of an origin story. Arthur and Merida on a boat, then a bunch of guys on sharks with saddles because hell yeah. It’s like battle ready King Triton’s castle in here. Opens with radio playing old timey music as two white dudes fish in a dingy. One guy catches something but it starts pulling their book. Music is very Fallout franchise. The boat is now diving under the water before fisherman finally gives up the pole and saves himself. But there’s manta ray looking ships floating just underneath. It’s a whole armada that looks VERY kraken-esque. You can see where sailors would think theses ships were sea monsters. Then we see Momoa without his armor but armed with a sword in a sunken ship that has red crystals?

We also see Aquaman fight his own brother Ocean Master and Ocean Master’s army in the trailer! Awesome!

It’s hasn’t been released online but when it does I will update this page!

The cast of Justice League takes the stage!

The Flash and Cyborg get their powers from accidents just like in the comics and they are dealing with traumatic family issues and they come together to save the world.

Aquaman isn’t welcomed in land or sea and hangs out on the tides and Ezra jokes about moving him to the batcave.

Jason jokes about Aquaman saying:  “He’s just a big onion, we’re peeling the layers”

Cyborg’s actor Ray talks about how great Joss Whedon reshot the film: “Joss is a great guy and Zack picked a great guy to come in and finish up the film,”

The panel ends!

Wow Ready Player One and Justice League blew me away!

Maybe the DCEU can compete with Marvel!

What was your favorite moment in the panel?

What do you think of Ready Player One?

What do you think of Justice League?

What do you think of Blade Runner 2049?

I’m Josh

and I will see you later covering Marvel’s panel LIVE!






  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Yeah that’s is a lot of explanation for me. Wow!

  • Duke


  • sailor monsoon

    I’m super excited for it

  • Duke

    It’s you, me, and Joshua that are excited for RPO. Everyone else seems to hate it (trailer or book or both).

  • Duke

    Armada was pretty good actually.

  • William Dhalgren

    I never said I didn’t want Spielberg to make any movies. Re-read what I wrote, Josh.

    Here Are my reasons:

    1. 80s references. The book relies HEAVILY on them, the only point of which are to allow Cline to shit out at the world how much he knows about 80s pop culture (hardly a virtue worth noting) and act as a gimmick to lure in nostalgic old Gen Xers like me. They don’t serve the story or make any larger comment on the world Cline has attempted to create. There’s scarecely a page without them, and Cline feels inclined to explain the more obscure ones, as if he’s doing his version of showing off at a party. Plenty of writers reference art, literature, and their creators, but good writers know that you never pause a novel to explain those references. You trust the reader to either get the references or make a note and look them up later. And the references ALWAYS serve the story in some larger way – not just to show how knowledgable the writer is on a subject. (For an example of pop-fiction that understands this, see just about any Harry Potter novel.)

    2. Data dumps. Any professional writer or even English Major will tell you that exposition is not the way to inform your reader about the world or characters you are introducing them to. Cline pauses throughout the book to tell rather than show (through action) the reader what’s happening and why exactly it’s happening. This is a faux pas in film as well. It’s one of the reasons people hate Harrison Ford’s voiceover in the theatrical release of Blade Runner – it talks down to the reader (viewer in this case) and treats him as if he can’t be trusted to figure out what’s going on on his own. And, really, it points to the writer’s failure in the construction of his own creation.

    3. Wade Watts is an annoying twat. He’s been called a Mary Sue over and over again. Essentially, Wade is Cline’s way of injecting himself into the story and treating it as some kind of bizarre wish fulfillment where a nerdy, socially awkward Cline gets to be the hero as a result of his superior knowledge of subjects that were scorned by his peers in junior high and high school. Besides that, Wade is just an insufferable, elitist douche.

    4. Cline’s “dystopia” is a warmed over rehash of better-constructed dystopias created by much better writers (William Gibson, Neal Stephenson). The mechanics (and morality) of Cline’s world are inconsistent and don’t make much sense, and that might be excusable if he didn’t try to inject some kind of lame social commentary into the narrative.

    5. Deus ex machina. This was the thing that put me off more than anything else. Almost EVERY chapter ends with a deus ex machina. Cline has clearly not thought through the implications of his plot. A skilled writer would not have painted himself into a corner in nearly every chapter, but, even if he had, he would have caught any such examples on revision. Barring that, any marginally skilled editor would have caught all of this before the book ever made it to print. If the novel’s plot was supposed to be structured like a video game, any suspense Cline might have built in is summarily destroyed after a few chapters of Wade magically finding his way out of every single conflict. He never loses. He’s never in any danger of losing. None of his friends are ever in any danger. There is absolutely zero suspense. And I don’t know about you and Duke, but when I play video games, a lot of the fun comes from the suspense in knowing that my character could die and be set back to the start of the level if I fuck up. That never happens in RPO because Cline isn’t a skilled enough writer to either plot out that kind of suspense or he’s completely blinded and caught up in the wish fulfillment scenario he’s created for himself; he’s made himself into a God in the novel and God’s don’t have flaws. It’s annoying and pathetic.

    As Duke has pointed out, I’m sure there are plenty of badly-written novels that get published. But I personally have not read any as bad as this one. I’ve read self-published fiction better than this. I’ve read fiction written by college students far better than this. But the thing that sets this book apart from other poorly-written, published novels, is how universally well it was received. The masses are gonna like what they’re gonna like. You don’t have to look much further than pop music and blockbuster films to see that. But this novel was positively reviewed by major publications (including The New York Times). It’s awful. No lit professor would publicly defend this book.

    The seeds of a competently fun book are in here somewhere. Cline knows how to get the reader turning pages and he knows how to have fun with pop-culture. There are some GOOD ideas in here. Unfortunately, those are all sacrificed on the alter of hubris and commercial appeal. The novel, as it stands, should have been revised many, many times until the kinks were worked out. A good editor could have helped this book be better. For reasons I am at a loss to explain easily, that didn’t happen.

    That enough explanation for you, Josh?

  • sailor monsoon

    But i agree.
    RPO feels floaty too but it’s an artificial world.
    Justice league isn’t, so it just looks incredibly fake

  • TheGreenMalice

    True story.

  • Duke

    No but based on the dialogue I’ve read it’s worse.

    Twilight gets unreadable with book 2.

  • sailor monsoon

    Because he wrote a book that’s nothing more than nostalgia bait.
    The plot is literally held together by “remember this thing? Remember how awesome the 80’s were? Back to the future sure was rad” if your entire book is no more than the tag “matrix meets Charlie and the chocolate factory” you wrote a shitty book.
    And yes, the book encapsulates everything wrong with Hollywood.
    2015 proved that Hollywood can make huge blockbusters simply by reminding people of things they used to love.
    Jurassic world
    Force awakens
    Peanuts movie
    Terminator genisys
    That’s all RPO is.
    Nostalgia porn for nerds

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Why does he hate Cline so much? He is just an author with a best selling book. With really messed up lines.

  • sailor monsoon

    1. He’s not mindlessly hating something if he didn’t give examples. I guarantee he has many reasons
    2. He specifically said he wants the film to fail because of cline. He didn’t mention Spielberg at all.

  • sailor monsoon

    You’re crazy

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Your basically telling us that you hate a book without any reason. You just mindlessly hate it. You also are saying you want this movie to fail so Steven Spielberg doesn’t make any more films. Just give us reasons and stat giving us reasons why you hate the book. Because all your giving is plain ol BS!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Yeah your right.

  • William Dhalgren

    I have not read 50 Shades. Have you?

  • Duke

    Idk a lot of moms are quite fond of 50 Shades of Grey. Is that universally well received enough for you?

    *looks for the door*

  • William Dhalgren

    Of course, you have examples, right? Whatever they may be, I doubt any of them were as universally well-received as RPO.

  • Duke

    Please there are a lot of badly written books worse than RPO that made it to publishing

  • William Dhalgren

    I couldn’t disagree more, Duke. It’s embarrassing that a book this bad ever made it past an editor.

  • William Dhalgren

    “Think about what you say before you say it?”

    You might want to work on your self awareness, Josh.

  • Duke

    PREACH JOSHUA! Couldn’t agree more!

  • Duke

    RPO is a great book. I read it faster than any book in the last ten years.

  • TheGreenMalice

    You are a crazy person. Watch that RPO trailer again. Literally everything is “floaty” it even has the Snyder speed ramping… Technically it’s a virtual world, so it doesn’t need to be grounded, but you are crazy if you think it is.

  • sailor monsoon

    He had adventures of tintin, war horse, Lincoln, and bridge of spies since crystal skull and BFG never had a chance.
    That Oscar curse son

  • sailor monsoon

    I’m not even talking about the cool factor.
    Just comparing the CGI of both films and justice league feels floaty.
    It doesn’t feel like the characters are standing on real ground.
    Everything feels fake.
    I instantly buy the CGI of RPO.
    Even with a giant scorpion and an exploding freddy Krueger, i buy it more than justice league

  • TheDeadFellow

    Correction: HARDCORE HENRY is the best video game movie ever made.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Wow all this negativity to Ready Player One.
    Why is it such a bad book? Because it takes place in a video game world? Or something else? Also don’t worry Steven Spielberg is making huge changes from the book in this adaptation to fit his style so you don’t have to worry about that. Also if this film fails miserably. We may never get another Steven Spielberg film ever again. Think about what you say before you say it. Cline’s writing isn’t that bad. It’s not Twilight or 50 shades bad. It’s ok. The book is good not great like everyone says but good enough and enjoyable. The movie probably will be better than the book because of Spielberg. A sad commentary of the state of Literature? In my opinion books are getting better and more complex stories than ever before. Literature is improving itself every year.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    I know she is going to find her father and if they are doing the remake then give us gruesome and funny deaths! Also her having to pull stuff stabbed into her body.

  • TheGreenMalice

    Yes, that is the joke that I made.

  • William Dhalgren

    RPO is an embarrassingly-bad book. That it is so highly-regarded is a sad commentary on the state of literature. It could be a better movie, but I almost hope it fails miserably so that we never have to be subjected to Cline’s writing ever again.

  • Joshua Martyniouk
  • Joe Newman

    I think they’re going off the remake game, so there definitely should be.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Tomb Raider is going to either need a lot of CGI or a lil CGI depending on the story. Hopefully she finds and artifact and fights some monsters.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Im already in love with the movie! The trailer just makes it better!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Ok I don’t believe you never heard of Spielberg and I should re read the book it’s really good.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Or A.I Berg

  • TheGreenMalice

    Apartments are basically already stacked houses…

  • TheGreenMalice

    I agree, I am just judging this teaser. I am hoping for Minority Report Berg, not Crystal Skull Berg…

  • TheGreenMalice

    Simmer down, I read the book, and Spielberg? Never hear of the guy.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Tron was based on a book?
    The only one I can think of is Assassins Creed.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Woah! Hold your horses! The book has fantastic characters and the story they go on is awesome. The movie will rely on both characters and nostalgia equally. Heck this movie will have a villain in this film which wasn’t in the book but fits into the story perfectly. Speilberg’s has a great track record and it won’t be a mess it will be a fun ride through video game history.

  • Kemosabe

    Spielberg’s got a pretty decent track record so I’m not worried.

  • Kemosabe

    I think he’s just living in a high class trailer park so you never know anything is possible, Joshua! We just have to wait and see.

  • How dare you.

  • Kemosabe

    (insert dissenting opinion)

  • (insert political statement)

  • TheGreenMalice

    I disagree, I think the pop culture nostalgia is jading everyone. I get it, it’s cool… but I think if the film relies on that, and not the characters, it will be a mess.

  • Joe Newman

    Probably want to make sure the CGI looks good.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Will apartments be replaced by stacked houses in 2045?

  • Kemosabe

    There’s some pretty cool VR already out there. I imagine things will be pretty insane in 2045.

  • You could give this trailer another whirl.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Yeah Crystal Skull was dissapointing, and The BFG which was good wasn’t a hit at the BO. This will be a huge hit for him and a great comeback!

  • TheGreenMalice


    Edit: That wasn’t a book…


    Edit: that was a board game…

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    I can imagine someone doing that in 2045.
    But the wait will be totally worth it!

  • TheGreenMalice

    Coming Soon: Josh “The Boss’s” Rectal Optimism! Just bend over, and insert pill!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    It will be confirmed soon. I hope it won’t replace the solo Flash film.

  • Kemosabe

    You can just wait for 2045, Josh!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Guys I have a problem!

    I can’t stop watching the Ready Player One trailer and I don’t know how to stop it!

    It’s so addicting!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    It would make a lot of money!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Im not sure about all the pop culture stuff because they will probably still have it’s moments. But most of it yes. But kept the WB pop culture moments. I guess we will see but it going to be faithful to the book for sure!

  • sailor monsoon


  • sailor monsoon

    The CGI looks far better than justice league

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    I wish the Oasis was real I would totally go there if it was!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    That makes sense but man if they showed off Tomb Raider the audience would have went wild! Also im surprised unlike last year they didn’t release the aquaman footage online. I wonder why?

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    One but if this movie is a big success maybe even more. Their are a lot of books about going into a video game.

  • Sort of like what they did with X-Men Origins: Wolverine, if I remember the timey-wimey stuff correctly.

  • Kemosabe

    That’s so crazy it just might work.

  • Joe Newman

    I think it is because they are trying to make sure the DC brand isn’t tarnished and to get fans excited. It worked for me.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Spielberg is back motherfuckers!

  • Kemosabe

    How many movies fall into that category, Joshua?

  • Kemosabe

    And sell it.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Exactly it’s not realistic and looks like a Virtual Reality game! It looks like a video game and this movie will be the best video game movie ever made that was based on an awesome book.

  • Oh I didn’t even read those reports.

  • I wish we could bottle your optimism.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    That’s so far a rumor not confirmed yet.

  • My first thought was if they were going to use it to retcon BVS.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    This is different they spent 2 and a half years trying to get this film right! Which means they spent a long time getting the CGI right and the CGI isn’t as bad as it could have been. Its supposed to look fake it’s a virtual world! It’s not supposed to look realistic. Plus I think the movie will have half CGI scenes and half Practical effect scenes. So people who love practical effects can watch the movie. Trust me it will be really good don’t worry about the CGI. Speilberg is amazing when it comes to movies.

  • Kemosabe

    I didn’t think they’d jump right into that storyline but what the hell I hope it rocks.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Wish they shown us Tomb Raider,Meg,Jungle Book, Concept art for Godzilla 2, and released the Aquaman footage online.
    But yeah they showed off Ready Player One which looks fantastic BTW! Justice League also looks better than it was before which is a great sign!

  • Me neither. It would just be par for the course.

    EDIT: I just expect the worst with the DCEU at this point, so I’m not disappointed again.

  • Kemosabe

    I haven’t seen anything to indicate he would leave.

  • Fingers crossed.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    I don’t think Matt Reeves is going to leave. WB will make him stay!

  • If Matt Reeves leaves I think he will.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    He even loves playing Batman!

  • As far as the DCEU is concerned, I didn’t love Wonder Woman, but I’m thrilled that they finally got a shot in the arm.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    I think that scene was half cgi half practical still the CGI looks amazing imo. Justice League also looks a lot better than it was

  • Joe Newman

    WB really killed it this year. Hopefully that means they are back on track.

  • Once the CGI is finished

    People always say this and I never see much difference between the trailer and the premiere.

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    2.5 years for a fantastic adaptation of Ready Player on! Is totally worth it!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    You just got a tease! Speilberg will put his special stylein this like he does in every other film. Once the CGI is finished expect this movie to blow you away and be a fun joy ride!

  • Joshua Martyniouk

    Yep they are doing a Flashpoint movie to cover up the mess BVS made!
    Interesting choice! Hope they are still doing a solo Flash film.

  • Kemosabe

    Iron Giant? A DeLorean? Pure Imagination playing in the background? I had no clue what I was getting into with this movie but now I never want to leave.

  • I was actually pretty underwhelmed by that RPO trailer. I sort of glaze over on complete CG scenes these days.

    EDIT: WB doubling-down on that Wonder Woman success, I see (not that that’s a problem).

  • TheGreenMalice

    I completely disagree. If this didn’t have Spielberg or Amblin Entertainment written on it, I would have guessed anyone else could have done it. The animation looks just like the Justice League trailer minus the pop culture cameos.

  • Joe Newman

    Cool. He got his faith back.

  • sailor monsoon

    Trust Spielberg

  • Duke

    Affleck just announced at the panel he’s not leaving.

  • Joe Newman

    Are they seriously doing Flashpoint!?!? I’m so stoked and was just talking about how it would be good way to get around Affleck leaving if he does.

  • Duke

    Duke not happy.

  • sailor monsoon

    They apparently worked on it for 2.5 years

  • TheDeadFellow

    Spielberg’s usage of CG looks INCREDIBLE. It’s weird how you can tell it’s by him just the way it’s done.

  • TheGreenMalice

    I am not too sold on the action. Outside of the clear references to other properties, it looks like everything else. I am holding out hope that the action is less of a focus than the characters.

  • sailor monsoon

    I think he cut out almost all of the pop culture moments from the book.
    He’s adding all new shit

  • Duke


    I’m there opening night. RPO is an awesome throwback pop culture book. I hope they secured the rights to Family Ties, and Ferris Bueller, and War Games and every other major movie that played a part in the book.

    Spielberg looks to have captured the environment of the real world and the OASIS.

    BTTF delorean! I am so sold (as if I wasn’t already)

  • sailor monsoon

    Spielberg motherfuckers!