Your Pop Culture Week in Review – Friday, March 27th

Giving you a short week in review on what’s going on in pop culture.

giphyX-Files is Reopening their case files.  David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have confirmed to return to the series, reprising their roles as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully that they left 13 years ago, due to the overwhelming Netflix interest, as mentioned by The Verge.  Per Entertainment Weekly, Fox Television will be shooting 6 episodes starting in June.  No air date yet.

Some fans aren’t as thrilled as you might think about it’s return – via Pop Tech Jam.


Wanna Chimichanga? Ryan Reynolds released the official full costume for his Deadpool movie on twitter today, making fans all over lose their minds!  Currently scheduled for release next year, fans are ecstatic about the way the film is holding true to the character, per IGN.  If you are one of the few who have not seen the original leaked test footage that birthed the Deadpool movie, go ahead and enjoy!

FullSizeRender3We’ve got your toast right here! Ever since Buzzfeed came out admitting their toast obsession…

Hi, my name is Buzzfeed, and I’m a toast addict.

…everyone has been jumping on the $3 toast bandwagon, except for hipsters, who are now saying they were into toast before it was $3 a slice, but we at TMI know the truth about it, and call them out, unless they’re a bipolar California native who unintentionally created the craze, so we’ll just sit down.

1$_V?_Job Name00-DAYMN, Spectre’s Trailer is LIVE!
The new 007 trailer Spectre dropped today, continuing the storyline from where Skyfall left off. Based on an evil organization from the Ian Fleming novels (SPECTRE was never a stand alone book like Casino Royale) Daniel Craig reprises his role as the super spy, James Bond. This will also be the first Bond film where the Bond girl is older than the spy, but if it’s Monica Bellucci, I don’t think any sane man would say “no” to her.
No word yet on a release date, but he does, I mean it does look good.

Downton-Abbey-calls-it-quits-after-series-6Downton Abbey is being demoed.  Say your goodbyes to your beloved Downton Abbey now.  They’ve announced that the next season, slated to air beginning this September, will be their final.

Truthfully, after the (SPOILERS) shocking death of Dan Steven’s character Matthew Crawley, many fans stopped watching the show, or stayed to watch the roller coaster of events around another fan favorite couple John Bates (played by Brendan Coyle) and Anna Bates (played by Joanne Froggatt).  Their last season will mark their sixth on the air.  For more about this, check out the USA Today piece.