Oscar Isaac Holding BB-8

“Hot Guys Holding BB-8” Is A Trend Just Now and It’s Possibly One of The Most Bizarre Things You’ll Ever See

So, um… It appears that “Hot Guys Holding BB-8” is a trend just now and it’s possibly one of the most bizarre things you’ll ever see (certainly one of the strangest things that I’ve seen in a long time). EW’s Marc Snetiker has created a page on Tumbler that he’s entitled “A poorly Photoshopped story […]

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Darth Vader I am Your Father

This Little Girl's Reaction to The Empire Strikes Back Proves It's The Greatest Movie of All Time

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens has sparked a new interest in the Star Wars franchise. While most fans of the saga have grown up knowing that Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker’s [SPOILER] father, younger generations have still to find out the character’s secret. Christian Perez recently sat down with his daughter Anabelle to […]

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Critters BluRay Review

Is Critters the Best Movie of All Time? Um... No, but it's Still Great Fun!

Films: Critters, Critters 2, Critters 3 & Critters 4 Directors: Stephen Herek, Mick Garris, Kristine Peterson, Rupert Harvey Writers: Stephen Herek, Mick Garris, David Twohy, David J. Schow, Joseph Lyle Released: 1986, 1988, 1991 Cast: Dee Wallace Stone, M. Emmet Walsh, Billy Zane, Don Keith Opper, Terrence Mann, Leonardo DiCaprio, Anders Hove, Brad Dourif, Angela Bassett […]

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10 Articles Guaranteed to Rock Your Inner Geek and Completely Own Your Weekend

10 Articles Guaranteed to Rock Your Inner Geek and Completely Own Your Weekend!

Do you want to read 10 Articles Guaranteed to Rock Your Inner Geek and Completely Own Your Weekend?  We’ll folks, I’ve been hard at work, digging through our dusty files and website data, to find the most popular articles that we’ve ever published. They’re the most read, most shared and most talked about content on our website and they’re guaranteed […]

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Star Wars Episode VII Cast Announced Including Group Picture

The cast of Star Wars Episode VII has been officially announced including the publication of a picture of the cast during their first script reading session: The Star Wars team is thrilled to announce the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII. Actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow will join the original stars of […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie Review

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Does Whatever A Franchise Can

  The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Cast and Crew: Directed by: Marc Webb Written by: Alex Kurtzman (screenplay), Roberto Orci (screenplay) Starring: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx   The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Plot Synopsis: Peter Parker runs the gauntlet as the mysterious company Oscorp sends up a slew of supervillains against him, impacting on his life.   The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie Review […]

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Batman assembles the team in the 1st Justice League trailer (Comic Con 2016)

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), to face an even greater enemy. It's time for The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) to join in on the fun in this SDCC teaser trailer for JUSTICE LEAGUE!

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KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD trailer looks like an ingrown hair on the arse of EXCALIBUR!

Yuck
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Hey folks, Harry here… this interupted my KONG: SKULL ISLAND rewatching and it pissed me off – as this looks like another forgettable wild blind stab at the Arthuraian Legend – but this just looks bad. There’s no aspect of anything I see in this COMIC CON spot that I can even begin to pretend to give a shit about. Maybe you’ll disagree.. Have a look…

Keep it cool,

Harry

P.S. Seriously – wouldn’t you rather watch the brilliance of John Boorman’s EXCALIBUR on the big screen again?

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Wonder Woman goes to war in this chill-inducing first trailer!

The Amazonian princess-warrior Diana (Gal Gadot) leaves her lush tropical island to dwell in our urban cityscapes of glass and steel. Tutored in the ways of the Greek warriors and outfitted with incredible gifts the Goddess bestowed upon her people, she becomes Paradise Island's emissary to civilization…and kick-assery. Witness Wonder Woman in all of her glory in the first trailer straight from SDCC!…
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Prepare for Ragnarok and check out the Planet Hulk armor (Comic Con 2016)

A few months ago we brought you an exclusive scoop about what you can expect to see in THOR: RAGNAROK, and one of the most exciting aspects was the fact Hulk would be rocking his Planet Hulk armor. Yes, things are going to get messy in the best way possible! Fortunately for us, Marvel showed off the goods at SDCC, of which you can see in the picture below!

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Vikings Comic-Con Trailer For Second Half Of Season 4

Today, during the Vikings panels at San Diego Comic-Con, Travis Fimmel (“Ragnar”), Katheryn Winnick (“Lagertha”), Clive Standen (“Rollo”), Alexander Ludwig (“Bjorn”), Gustaf Skarsgard (“Floki”) and Michael Hirst (writer/creator) were all on hand to unveil a sneak peek at the second-half of the fourth season.”The brilliant writing and depth of historical research and authenticity brought to the … …read more

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SUICIDE SQUAD drops 3 minutes & a new Will Smith track upon HALL H at ComicCon!!!

Get ready to peel the paint from your walls
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Hey folks, Harry here… SUICIDE SQUAD is nearly here – and Warners has saved up a special treat for HALL H – a 3 minute reel that includes a new bit of music from our Fresh Prince, Will Smith aka DEADSHOT in the film. Have to say this is looking pretty spectacular. Hope it is. Really really do. Looks a bit batshit crazy too – and that could be awesome…
Thank Squad. The wait is almost over. #SuicideSquad #WBSDCC #SDCC https://t.co/S28CCS5duehttps://t.co/c3s429nFB8

— Suicide Squad (@SuicideSquadWB) July 23, 2016
Keep it cool,

Harry

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Ghost Rider announced for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in this SDCC teaser

If you're digging what Marvel's been doing with their TV shows, than the following news may excite you! While the Marvel Comic Con panel hits later today, that hasn't stopped the powers that be from dropping some delicious news before the real fireworks begin! The character of Ghost Rider will be re-introduced in the 4th season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.! Check out the teaser below!…
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Comic Con’s big WONDER WOMAN trailer looks pretty spectacular!!!

She ain’t wearing satin tights no more!
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Hey folks, Harry here… They’ve decided to let color into the film – and I have to say – I loved Wonder Woman’s Lasso in BATMAN V SUPERMAN, but in this… against the agents of the Kaiser… SO COOL! Also, I love Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor here! Now – take a look:

The film gets released June 2nd 2017 – Can’t wait… but I will.

Harry

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AICN COMICS: Nathan Fillion! Alan Tudyk! Agents of SHIELD! Jim Lee! Ed Brubaker! Can’t make it into

AICN COMICS: Nathan Fillion! Alan Tudyk! Agents of SHIELD! Jim Lee! Ed Brubaker! Can’t make it into San Diego Comic Con? Go to EW’s CON-X right behind the convention center!
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Hey folks, Mark L. Miller aka Ambush Bug here covering the third and final day of the Entertainment Weekly COM-X event! CON-X is a fan-first event located right behind the Convention Center at the Embarcadero Marina Park North in San Diego. It runs from 10am to 10:30pm from Thursday through Saturday and has it’s own lineup of special guests and events. Today, there will be trivia, prizes, music, merch booths, and food with comics and entertainment stars Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, the cast of AGENTS OF SHIELD, Jim Lee and Rob Williams (SUICIDE SQUAD), Ed Brubaker (SOUTHERN BASTARDS), Gerard Way (DC’s YOUNG ANIMAL), Nick Spencer (CAPTAIN AMERICA), and Rick Remender (SEVEN TO ETERNITY), a Harley Quinn costume contest judged by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Connor, and more! This mini-con is open to the public, so if you’re in the San Diego area, there’s no excuse not to be a part of all of the excitement. Find out more about Entertainment Weekly’s CON-X here and tweet them at #EWCONX. Tune in tomorrow for Saturday’s lineup! And thanks to Entertanment Weekly for putting together this con to make the San Diego experience this week all the cooler. This is the last day of this event so don’t miss it!

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South Park Won’t Be Doing A Pokemon GO Episode

Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s delightfully irreverent South Park doesn’t typically forego a chance to put the latest societal or cultural fad through the ringer.The creators revealed at San Diego Comic-Con that they have received numerous requests to cover the latest craze, Nintendo and Niantic’s Pokemon GO (via IGN). To those who requested it, they’ll be disappointed to learn that … …read more

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Horrorella Reviews Steampunk Doc VINTAGE TOMORROWS!

Now available on VOD, I caught VINTAGE TOMORROWS at the Seattle International Film Festival.
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VINTAGE TOMORROWS is a documentary that takes the viewer into the imaginative, beautiful world of Steampunk. Deriving its name from the industrial age and taking cues from the Victorian era, Steampunk’s roots can be found in the science fiction and the vision of the late 19th century – when machines were big, the impossible was more than possible, and we were exploring the boundaries of our imaginations. This documentary focuses on its many genesis points and its path forward by examining many aspects of the culture, and learning just what makes Steampunk special from the people who populate its ranks.

Taking cues from the book of the same name by James Carrott and Brian David Johnson, the film examines Steampunk within the context of being the intersection of history and future. Our past, and where that past takes us. Learning where we have come from, and adding imagination to see where that can lead us. The interview subjects note that much of the allure comes from the optimistic and creative future presented in Victorian times. Though technology and science are moving much faster than today than they have in the past, making our thoughts and ideas that much closer to reality, there is something more soulless about it – particularly when you turn to science fiction. Victorian era sci-fi was about exploring the possibilities, and today, we write about how our technology will eventually be our undoing. Endless possibilities vs a doomed future. It is that optimism, combined with creativity and

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SDCC 2016: Dan Jurgens On Action Comics, And What It Means That Superman is a Dad

Audiences who have been turning out to read DC’s Rebirth publishing initiative have seen a number of differences between this year’s comics and what was being published this time last year, when everyone was talking about DC You.One of the biggest differences, though, started just about a year ago: The return of the pre-Flashpoint Superman, who … …read more

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The Killing Joke Screenwriter Explains Sex Scene

Yesterday, ComicBook.com reported on a new wrinkle to the animated adaptation of DC’s The Killing Joke, namely a sexual relationship between Batman and Batgirl. After the Internet collectively went “Ewwwww” after watching a leaked clip of Batman and Batgirl’s rooftop dalliance, Brian Azzarello explained the new plotline during a screening of the movie at San Diego Comic-Con.”The thing … …read more

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Batman: The Killing Joke’s Tara Strong: “I Would Love to Play Barbara As Oracle”

Last night, fans at Comic Con International: San Diego got to be the first to watch Batman: The Killing Joke, Warner Bros. Animation’s feature-length movie based on the fan-favorite comic from Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.Bolstered with new material that informs the world and fleshes out the story, The Killing Joke is one of the most-anticipated animated … …read more

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Awesome Art We’ve Found Around The Net: Star Trek Special

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the…
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Fourteen Months After AGE OF ULTRON, Joss Whedon Offers Hints About His Next Movie!!

Fourteen Months After AGE OF ULTRON, Joss Whedon Offers Hints About His Next Movie!!
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I am – Hercules!!
“When I finish in a couple of months, the studios will get together for a bidding war or an intervention,” Joss Whedon told a Comic Con audience Friday.
Whedon, who wrote and directed the two highest-grossing Marvel movies ever, says his latest screenplay is:
1) Historical fiction; and
2) Not an adaptation.
Whedon said the project drew at least some inspiration from director Nicolas Lopez’ 2012 Chilean thriller “Aftershock,” starring Eli Roth as an American caught with locals in a devastating South American earthquake. Lopez and Roth co-wrote the movie, based on actual events that followed the 8.8 earthquake that stuck Chile in 2010. It depicts dismemberment, decapitation and escaped prisoners who embark on a rampage of rape and slaughter.
“It’s very disturbing,” allowed Whedon.
Find all of Deadline’s story on the matter here.
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Pokemon Go Players Get Detained When They Accidentally Cross U.S. Border

Two Canadian Pokemon Go players were detained by the US Border Patrol after crossing the border while playing the popular mobile game. The two teenagers accidentally wandered into Montana while searching for Pokemon, drawing the ire of US officials.The two teens were taken into custody and were released after contacting their mother, who was nearby on the Canadian side. … …read more

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Hey, guess what? The Woods is actually a sneaky BLAIR WITCH sequel!

The team behind You’re Next and The Guest made a Blair Witch reboot/sequel and kept it (mostly) secret!
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. The dynamic duo of Simon Barrett and Adam Wingard have given us some really quality genre stuff recently, going back to A Horrible Way To Die, cruising through with the great double whammy of You’re Next and The Guest and finally bringing us to The Woods.
Rumors were swirling around this one going back a full year. It was late last year a trusted source told me Adam and Simon were going to make a big reboot/sequel of a movie with the initials B.W.
At the time I thought it’d be cool if this team tackled Blair Witch, but when the movie was announced as The Woods (complete with poster and trailer) I figured either the people I knew were mistaken or maybe they changed gears somewhere along in production and decided to make it an original horror film.
Last night at San Diego Comic-Con they held their first public screening and wouldn’t you know it… the damn thing actually is a sneaky sequel to/reboot of BLAIR WITCH. Here’s the new trailer for proof!

Kudos to Lionsgate for keeping the secret so well and not buckling when the rumors of this being a Blair Witch movie started surfacing online. That first Blair Witch was a cultural phenomenon. I remember lines around the theater for it and my own first viewing, which was a not exactly legal VHS tape right after it premiered at Sundance and the word hadn’t gotten around yet that it was a fake doc.
It’s hard to tell

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Review: Blair Witch (Comic Con 2016)

PLOT: While searching for a missing relative, a group of college students decide to venture into the woods, a place where three young documentary filmmakers disappeared long ago.

REVIEW: Sometimes a movie carries with it such a deep secrecy that if feels a shame to reveal too much. That is certainly the case of a little movie formally titled THE WOODS. In fact, if you are able to avoid the buzz and…
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The Walking Dead Season 7 panel with video reaction! (Comic Con 2016)

As is now very much tradition, AMC brought The Walking Dead to San Diego Comic-Con in order to premiere a new trailer as well as get reacquainted with the cast and main producers, who are perhaps the most popular people in the entire convention at any given time. In addition to showrunner Scott Gimple, executive producers Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero and creator/writer Robert Kirkman, the panel included…
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Either the world is crazy or you are in first American Gods trailer

Although I know next to nothing about Neil Gaiman's "American Gods", I'm still very much looking forward to the upcoming series, mainly due the incredible presence of Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday and the involvement of Bryan Fuller. For the uninitiated, such as myself, American Gods takes place in a world where gods are real, both new and old, and use the human race as…
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Guillermo del Toro Says Pacific Rim 2 Will Bring Back A Lot Of The Original Cast

Even though Guillermo del Toro won’t be directing the sequel to Pacific Rim, the 2013 action-adventure film that pitted humans in enormous robots against equally enormous inter-dimensional monsters, the 51-year-old horror maestro will serve as a producer, so he’s still keeping tabs on what’s going on. Aside from Steven S. DeKnight now being in the director’s chair, … …read more

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The survivors enter a new world in a Fear the Walking Dead season 2 trailer

AMC's spin-off of the incredibly popular The Walking Dead hasn't quite reached the heights of its big brother, but I did find the first half of Fear the Walking Dead's second season to be an improvement over the first. That first half ended with, per Walking Dead tradition, blood and fire which splintered the group of survivors, some of whom set out on their own. AMC has…
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Game of Thrones panel w/ Season 7 promo and blooper reel (Comic Con 2016)

Even though the new season is still months away from filming and showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss are notoriously tight-lipped, Game of Thrones panels are still a blast. The cast and crew have such a great chemistry and sense of humor that fan Q&As are legitimately fun—even if there’s no new info revealed.

This year the Hall H panel included Benioff and Weiss, along with actors Sophie Turner…
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Rihanna to play Marion Crane in fifth and final season of Bates Motel

Although it's never risen to Hannibal levels for me, I still typically count A&E's Bates Motel among the television series which have successfully and creatively adapted the movies on which they're based. The series wrapped up its fourth season earlier this year and it ended with the promise that we'd be soon be entering PSYCHO territory. During the Bates Motel panel at…
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Dwayne Johnson is ready to kick all sorts of ass in new Fast 8 set-video

We all know that Dwayne Johnson has a seemingly superhuman amount of energy considering he's got just about every second of his life for the next ten years devoted to a variety of projects, all of which he's incredibly excited about, but does he have what it takes to make it through a prison full of angry convicts and guards? I'm betting yes. Production on F. Gary…
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Outdoor 360 Degree VR Footage & Floor Convention Mashup (Comic Con 2016)

Every single year, we at JoBlo love to try and bring you guys the best coverage of the San Diego Comic-Con that we possible can. One of the ways that we always do that is we try to integrate the latest video/interactive technologies into our coverage so that you guys gets to be front and center on the action. With that in mind, 2016 brings us the era of 360 degree VR video which we are currently using and the…
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Guillermo del Toro talks Pacific Rim 2, Hellboy 3 & The Shape of Water

There aren't too many people in the industry who get quite as enthusiastic about movies as Guillermo del Toro does, and listening to the man geek out about films is definitely a treat. Del Toro frequently has a large number of projects under his belt at any given time, but we're wise enough to know that the chances that he'll actually get to all of them is quite slim. Sometimes…
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The Behind the Scenes Pic of the Day – From the Making of Steven Spielberg’s E.T.!

Did you know some of the shots of the kids flying on their bikes was done with puppets? Check out this BTS photo for proof!
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. For those who have been following along, you know that this week has had a sharp focus on Spielberg and King stuff in celebration of the awesome Netflix series STRANGER THINGS. We started with a couple shots of Spielberg hanging with the casts of both ET and Poltergeist, but we didn’t have a straight up ET BTS picture, so I figured that’d be a nice place to end this little mini-run on.
What you’re going to see below is a cool glimpse at how they pulled off some of the flying bike stuff from ET. Some of it was the actors on the bikes comped against the sunset and night sky and some of the wider shots were stop motion kids and bikes. The image you’re going to see below is of the stop motion element shoot.
Enjoy!

I always love seeing how low tech some of this stuff is. The artistry is off the charts, of course, but you got a simple backdrop, some puppets and a few lights and that makes one of the most recognizable cinematic images of my childhood.
I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t help but hear John Williams’ triumphant score when I see that photo.
We’re done with Stranger Things-inspired BTS pics, but we’re not done with cool BTS pics in general. You’ll go batty for tomorrow’s pic. See ya’ then!
-Eric Vespe”Quint” [email protected] Follow Me On Twitter

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The Walking Dead takes a trip down memory lane for SDCC Season 7 trailer

Who meets their end at the hands, or rather the barrel, of Lucille on THE WALKING DEAD?

Oh, we're going to find out soon enough, once Season Seven of the AMC series premieres in October… but that doesn't mean AMC isn't thrilled to draw out the drama and anticipation along the way. At today's Comic-Con panel, a new trailer for Season Seven premiered, and…
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Comic-Con: Season 3 Sneak Peek Of Rick And Morty Released

On Friday, during San Diego Comic Con, Adult Swim unveiled the first look at footage from Season 3 of their original hit animated comedy series, Rick and Morty.DEVELOPING…Rick and Morty is Adult Swim’s most scientifically accurate animated comedy. Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, it catalogues the bizarre misadventures of a bored scientific genius/drunkard and his socially awkward … …read more

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A new Red Band trailer for SAUSAGE PARTY makes damn sure you know this ain’t a movie for kids!

“We’re the non-perishables, motherfucker!”
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I saw a rough cut of Sausage Party (with huge sections of incomplete animation/storyboards) at SXSW and frickin’ loved it. Granted, I have the raunchy sense of humor of a 13 year old, so take that into account, but this totally un-PC, no-shits given vulgar movie done in the style of what we associate with family friendly fair was right up my alley.
They just had a very successful Comic-Con screening and soon it will rolling out to a theater near you… and I imagine there’s going to be a whole lot of confusion and outrage from parents who aren’t paying attention.
We will know this is definitely not a movie for kids, no matter that it looks like one, and to make damn sure you know it the marketing department has released another Red Band trailer.

We’re the non-perishables, motherfucker! Yep, this movie’s awesome.
-Eric Vespe”Quint” [email protected] Follow Me On Twitter

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James Wan’s Aquaman brings back a writer from its past

James Wan's AQUAMAN has found a writer to handle the film's scripting duties, and it only had to look to its past in order to secure the scribe it wanted.

Will Beall, who, once upon a time, was writing AQUAMAN when Warner Bros. was developing several different tracks for the project, has been brought back as the sole pen as he works off a detailed treatment by Wan and Geoff…
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Niantic No Longer Accepting Pokemon GO Gym And Pokestop Requests

It appears the Pokemon GO suggestion box is full.For the moment at least. Developer Niantic initially introduced a support form where players could request a number of things related to the game. These included requesting additional Pokemon Gyms or Pokestops if your area was particularly barren, or likewise requesting the removal of a Gym or Pokestop from your … …read more

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James Wan’s AQUAMAN gets a new (old) writer!

Warner Bros has hired many writers to bring Aquaman to the big screen and it looks like they finally settled on one for the shooting draft.
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. THR has an appropriately timed scoop that I thought I’d share with you fine people this lovely Friday afternoon.
James Wan is one of my favorite working directors. The man isn’t as flashy with his talent as some of the bigger names working right now, but he’s just as skilled at visual storytelling as the best of the best are. His framing and camerawork can elevate a weak script and his talent at picking and directing his actors is obvious to anyone who has seen anything he’s made in the last decade.
If I’m going to be honest, I don’t really give a shit about Aquaman one way or another. He never grabbed me as a comic book character. I don’t hate him, I just don’t have any strong feelings, good or ill, at all. What makes me exicted for his standalone movie is James Wan.
The news is that Wan’s film has taken a big step forward. They’ve finally settled on a writer after WB has hired and dismissed what seems like a dozen of them over the last 2 or 3 years. One of the earlier writers they hired was Will Beall (known for Gangster Squad and Castle). A few writers stepped in after him, but if THR is correct in their reporting it seems like everything is kind of out the window and now Beall is back working directly off of a treatment by Wan himself.
This news doesn’t really change anything for me. My excitement for

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Charlie Hunnam has nothing to smile about in new King Arthur one sheet

Expect a very serious and dour King Arthur film from Guy Ritchie if the new poster for KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD is any indication. 

Featuring Charlie Hunnam front and center with a sword and pose that says "Winter is coming," this first one sheet looks to be leading into our first peek at a trailer for Ritchie's movie, which should premiere over the…
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Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers is Boom Studios Best-Selling Comic Ever

Nostalgia is a powerful thing, as shown by the historically strong sales of the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comic book. During Boom’s panel at SDCC, the publisher confirmed that their Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comic series is their best selling title ever. According to Diamond’s most recent sales data, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers was the 75th best selling comic in June. That might … …read more

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