Reggie’s Take began over six and a half years ago and I’m pleased to welcome a new contributor to my website, who will be bringing his own Take to movies, television and more.
Are you a fan of the movie “Die Hard”? Do you see it as a Christmas movie or a movie that takes place during Christmas? Well whatever side you fall on a new book coming out will continue the debate.
So what happens when you take a hero and a villain from an 1980’s kids cartoon series and put them in the roles of Baby and Johnny from a 1980’s Patrick Swayze movie? Commercial gold!
If you are a long time follower or just started you may have noticed a change and we are proud to announce that we have a NEW look.
If you’re a regular follower of Reggie’s Take than you may or may not of noticed some additional content to the site that has recently been added.
The creative team from Bat In The Sun have released there latest super power beat down pitting Marvel against DC in a battle of two of heroes.
Its a bird, its a plane, its a rare copy of the first comic to feature Superman and it recently sold at auction for nearly a million dollars.
Harrison Ford while flying his vintage World War II plane reported problems before crash landing on a golf course.
If your not a follower of my Facebook page as well then you might of missed out some stuff that you won’t find here.
Casey Kasem a well known DJ who created the the American Top 40 and voice actor who provided the voice of Shaggy Rogers from 1969–1997 and then again from 2002-2009 died on Sunday at the age of 82.
Sony has released images from Rocksteady Studios’ highly-anticipated new video game Batman: Arkham Knight which features Batman himself and a villain created in conjunction with DC Comics.
This posting marks Reggie’s Take 500th post since creating my site here on WordPress.
The actor best known for his role in the Fast & Furious franchise, has died at age 40 in a car collision in Southern California.
Matt Ferguson created a series of 11 posters with a silhouette of all the Doctors in celebration of The 50th anniversary.
Posters from the animated series “The Simpsons”. More exactly posters for some of there Tree-house of Horror episodes.
A Los Angeles gallery is currently running a a show called Young Guns of Print and if your a “Lord of the Rings” fan then this might interest you.
Check out some of the post that were only made to Reggie’s Take Facebook page over the last week or so.
If you thought after the 2009 reboot of Star Trek that you would never see Old Spock, Leonard Nimoy on screen with the New Spock, Zachary Quinto again….well your in luck.
The man who created one of television’s most iconic villains, Larry Hagman, died Friday at the age of 81 from complications of cancer.
George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy discuss the future of Star Wars, Disney and the new movies. I found it interesting on Mr. Lucas’s decision for selling to Disney. See the video below.
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“The Big Bang Theory” is getting a visit from Stephen Hawking.