Tuesday, 24th January 2012
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Nintendo fans around the world can take a breather. Maybe?
If you happened to read the latest edition of Wired, you might have read an interview with Shigeru Miyamoto, longtime Nintendo CEO and creator of epic franchises like Mario,and The Legend of Zelda, in which he supposedly revealed plans to retire.
Written By Jordan Kahn
The VGA’s are once again right around the corner and Spike is asking loyal fans to vote for, among other things, the Best DLC of the year. Now, normally the Best DLC category wouldn’t be half as exciting as the main “Game of the Year” and “Best Shooter” categories, but this year Jace Hall is getting a nod, as part of a cast and crew that includes Veronica Belmont and James Urbaniak, for Fallout: New Vegas ‘Old World Blues’ DLC.
Jace appeared as the voice of the toaster in the DLC Keep Reading
Jace Hall, host of the Jace Hall Show and an avid member of the Internet community, learned on Monday that his social security number and address had been used by a criminal to add themselves as an authorized signatory to one of Hall’s credit cards.
Once added, the criminal had the credit card company FEDEX overnight a new card with his name on it to a location in Las Vegas.
The criminal then purchased more than 10 thousand dollars worth of merchandise and services.
Hall quickly learned from the credit card company that the name the criminal added to his account was “Jeremy Williams” and that the newly issued ‘extra’ credit card was sent to 3117 North Walnut Rd. Apt. A, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89115.
After canceling that credit card account, Hall made a request to fans Keep Reading
For those of you that missed the episode in season 4, Jace and Ice-T were joking that Ice-T should be a character in Gears of War 3, all while lamenting over a bottle of Snapple that had suddenly gone astray. ICE-T said during his appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Keep Reading
For those of you that have been asking where you can buy the Jace Hall Show, wait no more. The 4th season and all of its amazingness is now available on iTunes in High-Definition.
Season 4 features Jace catching up with old friends like Stan Lee, Ted Price from Insomniac Games, Cliff Blezinski, MMA Superstar Cung Le and more! We also meet some new friends (enemies) for Jace including IGN.com’s Jessica Chobot, Audrina Partridge, the manliest man of all men, Isaiah Mustafa aka, The Old Spice towel guy and even President Obama? Keep Reading
Say what you will about Zack Snyder doing the new Superman movie (will it be as dark as 300 and Watchmen?) but let us first just say this…where the hell is Superman’s codpiece? Why is he not wearing a cape? Judging by the outfits it’s clear Snyder is giving us a completely different take on the Man of Steel, and because of this, the reaction has been mixed to say the least.
Pictures of Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Superman’s old man, were leaked to the Internet faster than Supes turned the world around and saved Lois 34 years ago. Tiberius of GeekTyrant.com remarked, “It has Snyder written all over it” but “I prefer the white costume worn by Marlon Brando.”
There was also mixed reaction to leaked pictures Keep Reading
Stan Lee was told that he could play one video during his appearance at Comic-Con, and he chose his debut on the Jace Hall Show Season 3, Episode 3.
Jace originally thought he was going to discuss a big project idea with Stan and to build off the success of ABC’s “V” but it turns out that Stand and Gil Champion, of Pow Entertainment, had other ideas.
Check out the fan reactions to the clip:
And the original Episode itself:
After putting Producer Todd Roy’s feet to the fire, Brandon Wolfe, from TripleBear.com interviews Jace Hall on his experience in the business, from Chadam to V. Check out the interview, and his site, and give Brandon some props.
Brandon over at TripleBeard was nice enough to take some time and do a phone interview with me for his new blog.
Brandon just started his blog and he can use some love. So please check out the interview and if you like his style (and I will say he did his homework on me) please check out some of his other interviews. I think he’s hitting up Jace next!!!!
Thanks – Todd
YAY – two things I like coming together: Playing WOW and The Jace Hall Show
Behind every successful star stands a savvy, creative, inspired producer. In the case of TV and video game producer Jace Hall (The Jace Hall Show), that producer is Todd Roy. Todd pretty much epitomizes today’s casual yet completely gung-ho WoW player — only he does it from a perspective that includes rubbing elbows with some of the most well known figures in gaming and geekdom today. We talked to Todd about finding time for WoW while working a Hollywood-paced schedule, cracking up over Stan Lee’s infectious laugh and whether or not Olivia Munn really is that hot in person … All after the break.
The amazing Lisa Poisso wrote up a nice little article about my World of Warcraft habits and what I do for and my experience with The Jace Hall Show. Hope you give it a read and find it a tiny bit funny! Thanks Todd
ARTICLE QUOTE:” I admit it. This father-of-two wants to bike over to Jace Hall’s house, knock on his front door and ask his mother, “Can Jace come out to play?” The executive producer for ABC’s V has manufactured a pretty fantastic lifestyle for himself. After helping create some of your favorite video games (Justice League Heroes), he’s segued into television production with ABC’s promising alien-invasion series.”
Very cool for our little internet show to get covered by such a mainstream news site!
ARTICLE QUOTE: “Jace Hall, an executive producer for “V,” recently took time to answers questions regarding how the show compares to its predecessor, the challenges in producing a sci-fi drama, and what viewers can expect from “V” in the coming months.”