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BREAKING: The first trailer for the new Star Wars series, The Book of Boba Fett literally just dropped as I was putting this week’s Week in Geek together. WATCH IT NOW. There’s also an official poster for the show, which airs from December 29th on Disney+.
Ariana Grande’s Creature from the Black Lagoon Halloween costume is SO extra.
To the surprise of absolutely no one, a sequel has been confirmed to the film entitled Dune: Part One which ends with a story only half told. The sequel will open on October 20, 2023.
These animatics for the first episode of Star Trek: Prodigy are GLORIOUS. The series is available now on Paramount+ (so hurry up and give it to the UK as well).
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*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.
APL has dropped a range of limited edition sneakers inspired by Dune. I’m all about the TechLoom Defender Atreides, perfect for scrabbling across the damp moss of Caladan.
Boutique Christmas list-botherers Folio Society has reprinted their gorgeous three-volume set of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation featuring 12 new illustrations.
Yours for £120 UK (approx $164 US)
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