Galactic News Feed – 3-31-15-2

Good news, everyone: Harrison Ford is out of the hospital

According to, the legendary actor was seen driving around Los Angeles this past Saturday (March 28), just over three weeks since the March 5 incident in which he crash-landed a vintage World War II plane on a golf course in Santa Monica, Calif.

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Demon attack’ reported at textile factory

Operations came to a standstill at the Kasumi Apparels facility in Matsapha a week last Friday when two workers who inexplicably collapsed began screaming and writhing around on the floor.

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What NASA Learned from Orion Space Capsule’s 1st Test Flight

During that unmanned mission, known as Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1), Orion orbited Earth twice and then came zooming back to our planet to test out the capsule’s heat shield and other key technologies.

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Simon Pegg addresses those Idris Elba in Star Trek 3 rumors

That’s not true. No, no, no. I heard there’s a rumor he’s been spoken to about stuff, so he may be in the film but he won’t be a Klingon (laughs). Or maybe he will!

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Galactic News Feed – 3-31-15-1

Leonard Nimoy’s son mounting new documentary For the Love of Spock

Dubbed For the Love of Spock, the project will be helmed by Nimoy’s son Adam and narrated by Zachary Quinto, who played Spock in 2009’s Star Trek and its sequel Star Trek Into Darkness. The timing will see the film dropping around the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series’ 1966 debut.

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Aliens and UFOs at world’s deepest lake

Since ancient times, the vast Lake Baikal has been known as deeply mysterious, but in the closing years of the Soviet era, and since, it has been the location of a number of alleged sightings of aliens and UFOs.

Initially these were covered-up by the authorities of the USSR, but later they were revealed by the Russian media.

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Huge Tubes Under the Moon’s Surface Could Hold Entire Cities

Living in lunar tubes would eliminate many of the problems associated with living on the moon’s surface. Temperature would be a manageable (if brisk) -20 C to -30 C, and the lava walls and roof would protect people and structures from taking a pummeling from airborne space junk.

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Arrow/Flash Spinoff Enlists Arthur Darvill To Play Rip Hunter

Described as a roguish time traveler who hides the strains of being responsible for history itself behind a facade of charm and wit, is the first of 3 DC characters that previously have not been exploited in TV, to join the new project.

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TSP – March 30th 2015

On this Edition of The Splash Page; New characters revealed in Naruto spinoff,  Could we see Mark Hamill team-up with another baddie in the next season of Flash, Russo’s good for the MCU?, Constantine might come back to NBC, and Holy Animated Movie Batman (1966).

‘Naruto’ spinoff unveils new character art

The first illustrations have surfaced for Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month, the miniseries by Masashi Kishimoto debuting in the April 27 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.

Posted on Comic Natalie, the character designs depict Naruto’s son and Sasuke’s daughter Boruto (Bolt) and Sarada (Salad), who appeared in the final chapter of Naruto, as well as Naruto himself. Kishimoto concluded his fantasy-adventure epic in November after 15 years.

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