The Daily Gamecock

From Game to Cock: 'The Governator,' Tribeca Film Festival, John Travolta

“The Governator”
The Arnold Schwarzenegger/Stan Lee comic book/TV show collaboration is probably doomed to fail, but it’s going to be ridiculous while it lasts.

Tribeca Film Festival premiering “L.A. Noire”
A film festival premiering a video game? Talk about unconventional — and potentially awesome.

FX renews “Archer,” “Justified”
Good thing they did, or else they’d join Kenny Loggins in the “Danger Zone!” If you don’t get that joke, start watching “Archer.”

Broadcast Critics to launch TV awards show
For everyone who loves the Emmys but would rather it air in June.

Harry vs. Jason?
The new “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” poster looks eerily like the “Freddy vs. Jason” poster. Then again, a Hogwarts slasher film would be pretty cool.

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” already being written
That’s called confidence. At least Paramount waited until “Iron Man’s” opening weekend to announce a sequel.

Warner Bros. says “Batman” will live after Nolan
In other superhero news, Batman will begin again after he “Rises” next summer. We’ll cross our fingers for the return of Joel Schumacher (“Batman & Robin”).

Farley Granger dies at 85
We’re sad to see the Alfred Hitchcock vet go. We just hope he didn’t talk with a stranger on a train last week.

Amy Adams to play Lois Lane
First a British Superman and now a three-time Oscar nominee for Lane? Watch out, your pedigree is showing.

John Travolta to play John Gotti
The last time Travolta played a crime boss was in “The Punisher.” Remember that one? Of course you don’t. Nobody does.

HBO cancels “In Treatment”
Producers turn to therapy to cope with the loss. That joke was too obvious.

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