Now that the new season of Clone High (20 YEARS IN THE MAKING!) has finally premiered its first two episodes, we can openly talk about what everyone has pretty much known since an unfinished edit of Season 2, Episode 1 got out a few months ago: Ghandi’s not in it.
Previously, on a VERY SPECIAL Clone High, the entire nation of India got fumed over the portrayal of “Ghandi” in an American cartoon and MTV responded by freezing all the clones in a meat locker, seemingly forever. What would happen next?
I said I’d write a post about every bit of new Clone High information we can get and I meant it. The first trailer for the first new season in twenty years for one of the best shows in existence was released this morning, and you’re all going to sit down and watch it no matter what other urgent matters you have in your lives.
A new trailer for Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse just showed up in the middle of the night. No other articles seem to be written about it yet, because I’m the only one up who can do it — at 1:55 AM on the West Coast. Presenting a POPGEEKS EXCLUSIVE, at least until somebody from a larger website gets out of bed…
HBO Max has finally set a premiere window for the return of Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s Clone High, originally seen on MTV twenty years ago for one brief but brilliant and glorious season. They confirmed at WonderCon this weekend that the show has been set to return “this spring.” As of March 21, it’s officially spring…so if HBO Max says they’re going to be releasing it then, I guess that could be any time from tomorrow until the end of June. But probably not tomorrow.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller are responsible for some of the most innovative and entertaining movies and TV shows of the last 20 years. The Lego Movie was their movie, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse was all theirs, and their first creation, Clone High, still rules. They announced their next feature today, which takes their career to its logical conclusion: a movie about a bear hopped up on cocaine.
Who’s behind the dimension-hopping shenanigans in the anticipated sequel Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse? Director Christopher Miller revealed the answer today. He’s a very Dalmatian-looking man.
We thought Sony Pictures “Into The Spider-Verse” was incredible, and fortunately, so did the Academy. The Oscar Phil Lord and Chris Miller won for the feature have boosted their statuses even higher than when they created “The Lego Movie,” and Sony wants more — so they locked them down.
The Star Wars universe may be getting bigger, but it’s been having some interesting problems as of late, not the least of which was the departure of Chris Miller and Phil Lord from the Han Solo anthology film that’s set to arrive next year. Despite having a lot of hype behind them going in, their sudden departure shocked the world. And now, finally, we’re hearing part of the reason this happened. As the two talked to Vulture and said: