Week in Geek is The Companion‘s weekly digest of all the latest trailers, announcements, controversies, spicy memes, and more. Not everyone has the time or inclination to sit on social media all day staying on top of this… but we do and we need to justify the time we’ve wasted.
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What We’re Talking About
Appearing at GalaxyCon earlier this month, Stargate alumni Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, and Ben Browder chatted about our AI project and the forthcoming reunion performance with Brad Wright.
Torchwood‘s John Barrowman, seemingly allergic to making good decisions, took to Twitter to repeatedly tell M. Night Shyamalan (and Universal Pictures) that his new movie, Old, is “utter s–t.” Be quiet now, John.
Not only has Star Trek: Lower Decks revealed some familiar half-faces are popping in for Season 2, but Season 3 has already been confirmed.
We may have a bit of a wait for The Mandolorian to return, but a new art poster for San Diego Comic Con@Home shows Grogu and Luke building a lightsaber.
Hey! Here’s the new Luke and Grogu piece I created for my pals @intltrends It’s called “Size Matters Not”. Man, you guys, I feel so lucky to be able to play in such a wonderful galactic sandbox. #starwars #TheMandalorian #grogu #LukeSkywalker pic.twitter.com/b8oIjtDHLM— Russell Walks (@Russellwalks) July 24, 2021
What We’re Watching
She’s back, and it’s about time! Doctor Who Series 13 promises a single ongoing story and the first teaser trailer gives us a glimpse of the new companion, a new recurring character, and the ominously titled Swarm.
The first trailer for the new animated series Star Trek: Prodigy is so beautiful I could cry. The environments are Clone Wars-level and the voice of Janeway? C H I L L S.
What We’re Buying*
*These aren’t sponsored, we don’t get a cut, and nobody sends us freebies. It’s just some cool stuff we’re lusting over hard.
Turn your eyes skywards to witness Mondo’s beautiful double-LP gatefold John Williams score for Superman: The Movie (1978).
The splatter vinyl is limited to 1,978 and even pre-orders of the regular black wax are already sold out so prepare yourself for a bidding war on eBay in August.
Face it, these Fright-Rags Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure socks will just make your life better, won’t they?
Absolutely living for this Super 7 Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers long-sleeve celebrating the gloriously goofy villains of the series.
Get yours for $40 (US) – approx £22 (UK).