Monthly Archives: June 2014

Happy Monday!

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better”
–Albert Einstein

Good Luck Today!

Happy Throwback Thursday!

It’s Thursday. Therefore, it’s time to throw it back for some fun:

Perfect word play!

“Heroes in a Half Shell” with Some Serious Turtle Power

“Man, I love being a turtle!”

Recent movies (ie-The Lego Movie) and television shows (ie-Girl Meets World) that feature nostalgic stories and characters have made a point to make them appeal to a new generation of young fans, as well as bring back dedicated fans from the past generation known as Millennials. Not only does this kind of entertainment spark fond memories of playing with toys (cough: action figures), pretending to be superheroes with friends and reminiscing about the glory of TGIF, but it bridges a gap between those in our mid-to-late 20s and our young nephews, nieces and/or children of our own.

One such venture is the anticipated action flick Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from Transformers guru Michael Bay. The first trailer gave fans a glimpse at Donatello, LeonardoMichelangelo and Raphael and a small taste of the overarching story. However, the second trailer just released reveals the tone of the film and an entirely new level of action beneath the surface in the sewers of New York City.

An epic battle awaits everyone’s favorite turtles:

Get your best “Cowabunga!” ready for August 8th.


A Blog 400 Posts in the Making

This is the 400th blog post on Jimmy’s Daily Planet!

It’s surreal to contemplate where this blog began and it’s surreal to imagine where this blog will continue to go in the future.

A sincere thank you to all who read it!

There are countless things to write about and reflect on for what’s to come post-400. However, after being guided to a behind-the-scenes look at 2015’s much-anticipated Jurassic World starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard by a loyal reader, embedding the following music clip just seemed right on this special occasion.

It is my honor to present to you a beloved John Williams masterpiece from my favorite movie of all-time:

“Life finds a way…”