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Stan Lee’s New Song “Ode to Geek”

Hey there. Did you catch Stan Lee’s new video with the Ode to Geek song? Published on 5 Aug 2015, Stan Lee originally wrote “Ode to Geeks” (to the tune of Yankee Doodle) for his Lifetime Achievement Award at the first ever 2013 Geekie Awards. Composer and music director of The Geekie Awards, George Shaw created an original tune for Stan’s words and an virtual choir via the internet sings those rousing words.   In case you missed it, here it is: Here are lyrics: Let us praise those who are geeks and pity those who aren’t. We’re a very special clique all else is just abhorrent. Only geeks know what is in, that’s why we’re so admired. You could hear geeks speak all day and never once be tired. That’s why I’m so proud tonight because I’m with my peers. All of those who aren’t geeks are crying in their beers. So here’s a toast to all things geek, so hip, so in, so clever. My heart is filled, I can’t speak, but I’ll be geek forever. You can download the song here: http://ldr.fm/GVGwV A Look Behind the Scenes http://youtu.be/O0JKiAbK-bE Stan’s original Ode to Geeks speech at The Geekie Awards Subscribe to GeorgeShawMusic: http://goo.gl/EqNXpe http://georgeshawmusic.com http://facebook.com/georgeshawmusic Tweets by georgeshawmusic Lyrics by: Stan Lee Music Composed by: George Shaw Video editing & Animation Patrick Williams Produced by George Shaw Closing video shot by Eric Gladstone Orchestra conducted by: George Shaw Music performed by Irvine Young Concert Artists Recorded at: Sonic Fuel Studios Orchestra recorded by Josh Margolis Keith Ukrisna IYCA Executive Director Albert Wu Special thanks to: Yuka Kobayashi Darren Passarello Jeffrey Gee Chin James Parris Gary Blake Gwynnifer Henning Singers Cinema Chimp CMYRita8 crazychaos9 Daisy Ramirez Erik A. Williams Jacob Ritter Jesse Godfrey Joanne Tech Lover Mastersnakeeater123 MattSchulz MeloVlog Fun and Games with MOBrien Methodist Bass Mortimizer MrETV20 Ning Jaranilla patrickrkwilliams Payton Ward Ryan Jacinto TheBlackDemon1996 TheViolinMan19 Wade Wilson Yetlanezi Malacara Simon Reason (MovieMayhemReviews) adam blackman bluegu55 BrownSkinnedGeek BrunoKrishna Urzì Christine Carpenter Christozoic SamHouston Sir Knightingale Sophie Ng Jing Yi StefanieWoodburn Tammy Budine taonf Photo Credit: “Stan Lee 1975 cropped” by photo by Alan Light. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Sarah Michelle Gellar Joins The Cast Of Star Wars Rebels

You probably know her best as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but sci-fi fans can now look forward to Sarah Michelle Gellarin a new role: as the voice of a recurring character on season two of “Star Wars Rebels,” the popular Disney XD series. Gellar’s involvement with the series was announced recently by Disney. Taking place between the events of Revenge Of The Sith and the original 1977 Star Wars film, Star Wars Rebels tells the story of the starship Ghost and its crew as they try to keep one step ahead of the ever more powerful Empire. Season one drew over 49 million viewers and seems poised to become even more popular in its second season, with series creators saying that fan favorites like Darth Vader and Ahsoka Tano will become recurring characters. “Star Wars Rebels” takes place between episodes III and IV of the blockbuster space saga, and follows the ragtag crew of the starship Ghost as they attempt to evade the growing Empire and its agents. In season two, the series will feature recurring appearances by fan-favorite characters including Darth Vader and Ahsoka Tano. The show reached more than 49 million viewers in its first season. Disney has not yet announced what role Gellar will be playing on Star Wars Rebels, but executive producer and supervising director Dave Filoni is excited about her involvement, as is Gellar, being a fan of the series herself. “We’re thrilled to have Sarah Michelle Gellar on board for season two. Her passion undoubtedly comes through in the voice recording sessions,” said Filoni. Gellar will be in good company. The cast includes her husband Freddie Prinze Jr., Steve Blum, Taylor Gray, David Oyelowo (from “Selma”), Tia Sircar and Vanessa Marshall.

The Day The Earth Stood Still

monsterman:“The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)”Source: madonaperra.tumblr.comstill the best  . . .

“The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)

Source: madonaperra.tumblr.com

still the best  . . .

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