Tiki Talk Talk Show: Nerd News Edition 4/15/13

Bryan Cranston has been added to the cast of Kung Fu Panda 3. His character will be a sort of potion master who creates a special "mist" that makes all the other characters "feel really good" after they inhale it. 

...His character will be a wacky dad who runs around in his whitey tighties a lot.

TrekMovie.com has analyzed a new clip of Star Trek Into Darkness that shows what looks to be the Enterprise crashing into the San Francisco Bay. They believe that it isn't actually the Enterprise saying, "Any subscriber to Nacelles Monthly would be able to tell you there are a number of key differences, notably the nacelles are a different shape than those of the USS Enterprise." Looks like the writers at TrekMovie.com will have a bright future at Starfleet once it is founded in about 300 years.

The Syfy channel has announced several new series including a horror anthology from Jamie Foxx who will be both producing and writing. The horrific element to the show will be watching actors speak dialogue written by Jamie Foxx. 

Disneyland has shut down three rides after several safety violations caused OSHA to fine the park $234K. Apparently one of the workers blew himself up when he accidentally lit the dynamite on Thunder Mountain. 

...One of the yetis on the Matterhorn finally caught a repairman and ate him in front of a family of five.

Billy Dee Williams, aka Lando Calrissian, said he would love to be in the next Star Wars film, though he has not yet been asked to join the project. In a related story Nien Nunb, Lando's copilot in Return of the Jedi, will see a lot of screen time in Episode VII as the filmmakers explore the challenges of living with giant goofy face flaps. 

A new Iron Man exhibit has been opened in Disneyland which allows you to get a look at armor used in the films as well as play a Kinect-like game where you can see what you'd look like in Iron Man's armor. Unfortunately the Imagineers who designed the exhibit said they could not get their "Going 12 For 12 with the Maxim Models" game approved. 

Charlie Hunnam, known for his roles in Sons of Anarchy and the upcoming Pacific Rim, is rumored to have appeared in concept art as The Flash at Warner Bros. Hunnam said he was fine with them using his likeness for concept art, as long as it had nothing to do with Aquaman. 

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