Welcome to Tuesday! If you’re coming home from a convention, we hope you had the best time. If you’re not coming home from a convention, then you’re lucky, because we have a great video below that will make you feel like you haven’t missed anything. Not to mention, we’ve got plenty of news from the world of Doctor Who, which started filming yesterday.
- Inspector Spacetime needs your (Kickstarter) help.
- MegaCon speed dating and cosplay.
- The films you’re unsure of: I Am Legend 2, Akira live action, and Kick-Ass 2.
Every day Stubby the Rocket jets around the internet looking for links of interest. When Stubby finds these links, they get put in our handy Links of Interest section and sometimes on our Twitter and Facebook! Here are today’s:
- Elementary– the U.S. version of Sherlock is really, really going to happen. Sherlock producer Sue Vertue lays down even more smack on recent casting developments.
- Is John Carter doomed before it even releases? Early buzz is making some believe the studio might be in write-off land…
- Darth Maul is back on The Clone Wars. But now he sounds like a cast member of Being Human!
- io9 covers a panel from Gallifrey One which reveals the amazing origins of Doctor Who back in the 1960s.
- Inspector Spacetime actor wants to make Inspector Spacetime a webseries, without the help of Community!
- Doctor fight? Sylvester McCoy talks to Blogtor Who and states that Matt Smith is a “12 year old child.”
- Mark Millar updates his fans on the film version of Kick-Ass 2 and other projects.
- Live-action Akira film projects will never die!
- More set-pics from the first day of Doctor Who filming.
- Someone has remade the most frustrating part of Goldeneye. Not the Bond film, the N64 videogame. Check it out.
- Awesome new picture of Thor and Agent Coulson kicking it in the Avengers.
- What will I Am Legend 2 be called? I Am Additional Legend? I Am Legend 2: The Legend Continues? In any case, Will Smith is in talks for a sequel.
- MegaCon speed dating report!
A video collection of some of the better cosplay from this past weekend’s MegaCon:
Stubby the Rocket is the voice and mascot of Tor.com. Stubby is waiting for Stubby cosplay to start showing up.