This is Nerd News for Wednesday November 7th 2018.
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Wolverine: The Long Night is Marvel's first scripted podcast.
The first 9 episodes are available now at WolverinePodcast.com.
With only one episode left a second season has been announced.
Richard Armitage will return as Logan, along with Bill Irwin as Jason Wyngarde, Bell Heck as Remy LeBeau, and Blair Brown as Bonnie Roach.
The second season will be released in winter of 2019 and it will be called Wolverine: The Lost Trail.
Does Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald break canon?
There is a young Professor Minerva McGonagall in the latest movie.
This latest movie is set in 1927, but many Harry Potter fans will tell you that Minerva McGonagall was born in 1935.
How is she in a movie when she hadn't even been born yet?
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Nerds Drink Whiskey recently announced that our Christmas party on December 8th will feature the most nerdy whiskey we can find.
Just in time Star Trek has announced Montgomery Scott Blended Scotch Whiskey.
Yes this is a Scotch named after Scotty from the original Star Trek.
CBS Consumer Products have officially licensed the blended scotch whiskey.
The plans are to have it on the selves just in time for our Christmas party on December 8th.
A James T. Kirk Bourbon Whiskey has been out since this past summer.
In the worst news ever department: There is a rumor that Matt Smith might play a young Sheev Palpatine.
So my least favorite Doctor might be my all time favorite villain?
This could mean that J.J. Abrams is making something from Legends into cannon.
In Star Wars Legends Palpatine used Essence transfer to clones in order to cheat death.
This could also be an interesting twist since in Legends Palpatine tries to overtake the conscience of Anakin Solo.
In current cannon Anakin Solo is called Ben Solo, which is of course Kylo Ren.
I want to try something new for Nerd News.
About once a week I will pose a question to everyone to chime in on.
The question is simple: Is it nerdy?
HBO has announced that the long promised Deadwood movie is officially in production.
The film will begin ten years after season three ended.
Almost the entire cast has returned with Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant, Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, Dayton Callie, and many more.
The shows' creator David Milch wrote the movie too, so this should excite fans to no end.
Although everyone on the Nerds Drink Whiskey podcast are fans of the show, is it nerdy?