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 Reaction to “No I AM Your Father” Will Remind You Why You Love Star Wars

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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Get Your First Look at Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Toys In “Go Rogue” Stop-Motion Shorts

The reveal of the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story toy line is upon us…from a team of Star Wars superfans who wrote, shot and directed a series of stop-motion animated shorts starring the toys as the leading cast.The four-part series debuted moments ago, and you can check it out here, along with some photos pulled from the short.Written, directed and produced … …read more

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Exclusive DC Cover Art Reveal: The Flash #7, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #5

One of the interesting aspects of DC’s twice-monthly shipping schedule is that it isn’t only variant covers we’re getting to see at relatively the last minute anymore.Each month, many of DC’s books are coming out twice, with only one cover appearing in the Previews magazine and other official outlets where the solicitation text is printed or released. And … …read more

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ROBOT CHICKEN-ish Short Created To Make You Buy ROGUE ONE Toys!!

Top Secret Imperial Building Instructions!! ROBOT CHICKEN-ish Short Created To Make You Buy ROGUE ONE Toys!!
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I am – Hercules!!
A total of four of these have been crafted by fans to promote the “Rogue One” action figures and whatnot going on sale Sept. 30.
Wouldn’t it be odd if these turned out to be more entertaining than the movie landing in cinemas Dec. 16?
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Cool Videos: Justice League gets the hilarious weird trailer treatment

One of the complaints directed towards Zack Snyder's BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE was a lack of humour, something which he seems to have addressed for the upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE as the San Diego Comic-Con teaser contained more "light" moments than the entirety of BVS; however, there's always room for more. Aldo Jones has given the JUSTICE LEAGUE teaser his Weird Trailer…
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New Doctor Strange video provides a clue to the villains intentions

Marvel will soon be opening our minds to the world of magic when the Scott Derrickson directed DOCTOR STRANGE hits theaters later this year. We've discovered plenty about The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) and Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor), as well as Doctor Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) himself, but we still don't know too much about Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) and what he hopes…
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Alicia Vikander Says Tomb Raider Remake Will Focus On Lara Croft’s Origin Story

It’s been nearly twenty years since Tomb Raider was created, and the franchise is still thriving. With over ten video games, the series has become one of the world’s most recognizable action-adventure titles. Of course, the franchise was first thrust into the global spotlight when Angelina Jolie signed on to play Lara Croft on the big screen. … …read more

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The Behind the Scenes Pic of the Day: From the ’90s Jonathan Hensleigh HULK movie that never was!

We almost got a Hulk film in the late ’90s and it would have been suuuuuuper weird.
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with today’s BTS pic, another goodie from the archives of effects dude Steve Johnson.
The crowdfunding for his tell-all book about the glory days of make-up effects is wrapping up soon, so if you want a copy click on the cover below and pre-order!

Today’s picture is interesting in that it’s early effects work for a film that ended up not happening. In the late ’90s Jonathan Hensleigh tried to launch a Hulk film that was weird as hell. Gale Anne Hurd was producing (she later went on to produce both the Ang Lee and Louis Leterrier Hulk films) and it came close to happening. Not close enough.
In the film the Hulk fought radioactive bug men and the below is a life-sized build for one of these Hulk Bug people. You can tell even by the look on the faces of the guys in this picture that they knew this was silly as shit.

We got one more image for you from Mr. Johnson’s stacks and it’ll karate kick you in the face with its awesomeness. See ya’ tomorrow for that one!
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Stick Out Your Tongue & Open Your Mind to this DOCTOR STRANGE Featurette !!!!

By The Demons of Denak we are getting closer!!!
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Hey folks, Harry here twisting in the agony of this movie not being in theaters yet. DOCTOR STRANGE has me in knots. I need to know whether to be mean to Massawyrm or congratulate him. The announcement of the RICK & MORTY writer doing some additional shoot stuff to punch up the humor a bit – and RICK & MORTY is much funnier than most conversations with Massawyrm, so that makes tons of sense to me. But I really really really need to see the film. If I have been dissatisfied with a single aspect of the MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE – its the obnoxious adherence to pure science as an explanation… That ain’t my Marvel Universe. Magic abounds in the Marvel Universe – and it’s fine time for the magical realms to be unleashed proper.

Way too brief, but with a bit of concept art we haven’t seen!

Keep it cool,

Harry

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt calls the conclusion to The Dark Knight Rises “perfect”

Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, particularly THE DARK KNIGHT, often winds up on a great many lists of the best comic-book movies of all time, but that's not to say that the series is completely immune to valid criticism. One aspect which comes under fire from fans is the ending to THE DARK KNIGHT RISES which, spoiler alert, found Batman/Bruce Wayne faking his death…
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Quint talks with The Jungle Book’s Production Designer about world-building!

And a little bit about his work on The Dark Tower flick!
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Today marks the release of Disney’s The Jungle Book on Blu-Ray, which is cool for me because that meant I got to jump on the phone with a couple people who helped make the movie. I’ve already posted my chat with star Neel Sethi and now I have something a little nerdier for you guys.
Christopher Glass was the production designer on The Jungle Book. You don’t often hear from these guys, but knowing how atypical this production was I thought he’d have some solid insight on how The Jungle Book came together. And he absolutely did.
A production designer is responsible for the design and building of sets and props, so how does a production designer do his or her job on a film that is done almost entirely against bluescreen? You’ll see that Glass was even more hands on here than he has been on a regular production.
Oh, and Glass just finished work on The Dark Tower, so you better believe I asked him about that process, too.
This one is a real deal nitty-gritty behind the scenes look, not the typical light and airy talk. I find it fascinating and I hope you guys will, too. Enjoy!

Quint: It’s a pleasure talking to you. We don’t often get offered the chance to talk with Production Designers. As someone who grew up reading about the behind the scenes of movies in mags like Fangoria and Cinefantastique, it’s really cool to get the chance to talk to a production

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New blood-soaked trailer for Rob Zombie’s horror flick 31

You know how some directors have certain quirks and motifs that show up in all their movies? Stanley Kubrick with angular compositions, Steven Spielberg with absentee fathers, Michael Bay with misogyny?

Well, add gore, clowns, and Sheri Moon Zombie in revealing outfits to the list of quirks that seem to show up in (almost) all of Rob Zombie's films. Not that I'm complaining, mind you. You do you, Mr….
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Travis Fimmel and Kate Bosworth join heist flick Finding Steve McQueen

Misleading title aside, FINDING STEVE McQUEEN actually sounds really interesting. It's a 70's-set heist movie that involves Nixon (yet, still somehow not Steve McQueen) directed by Mark Steven Johnson (of DAREDEVIL and SIMON BIRCH "fame"). It stars Kate Bosworth, Travis Fimmel, William Fichtner, and Forest Whitaker. The movie itself is

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Travis Kimmel and Kate Bosworth join heist flick Finding Steve McQueen

Misleading title aside, FINDING STEVE McQUEEN actually sounds really interesting. It's a 70's-set heist movie that involves Nixon (yet, still somehow not Steve McQueen) directed by Mark Steven Johnson (of DAREDEVIL and SIMON BIRCH "fame"). It stars Kate Bosworth, Travis Fimmel, William Fichtner, and Forest Whitaker. The movie itself is

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Colton Haynes Joins Scarlett Johansson and Kate McKinnon in Rock That Body

Colton Haynes, best known for his roles on Arrow and Teen Wolf, will join an ensemble cast including The Avengers’s Scarlett Johansson and Ghostbusters’s Kate MicKinnon for Rock That Body, Deadline reports.Lucia Aniello (text) is diecting the film from a script from Aniello and Paul W. Downs. The film is currently in production with an eye toward a June 2017 release date. Rock That … …read more

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The Jungle Book’s Neel Sethi talks to Quint about being Mowgli!

The young actor hates mud, dislikes the Dallas Cowboys, but loves food conversations with his director, Jon Favreau.
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I conducted my very first interview when I was still a freshman in High School. That’s 21 years of doing this, thousands of interviews, ranging from 3 minutes to 3 hours in length, and I still haven’t quite cracked the kid actor interview. I get along with kids, so I enjoy talking to young actors, but they can be some of the most difficult interviews.
Thankfully young Neel Sethi was one of the better child actor interviewees. I’ve had some kids that respond literally with yes or no to everything. It can be like asking your own child how their day at school was, trying to start up a conversation and getting “It was okay” back.
Sethi, on the other hand, jumped right into it. In fact, he starts the interview by grilling me about football.
I had the chance to speak with Neel over the phone while he was out promoting the Blu-Ray release of The Jungle Book (out today!) and the below chat is pretty quick and not as in-depth as I would have liked, but you get a good sense of Neel as a person, I think. We talk a bit about Bill Murray, Jon Favreau, a possible Jungle Book 2 and the ultimate question about Texas football.
Enjoy!

Neel Sethi: Hi, Eric. I have one question.
Quint: Shoot.
Neel Sethi: You’re from Texas.
Quint: I am.
Neel Sethi: So, the Dallas Cowboys or the Houston Texans. Please answer this the right way.
Quint: I gotta go with the Texans.
Neel Sethi: Alright! Hoo,

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Bruce Willis & Hayden Christensen team up for generically-titled First Kill

Man, I want a Bruce Willis who gives a shit back. It's not like he can't still give a great performance (just look at the recent MOONRISE KINGDOM). It's just that he seems content to do basically two-day walk-ons in Rebox action movies while half-comatose. Even during action scenes he seems bored.

This brings us to FIRST KILL, which also stars Hayden Christensen. The…
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Captain America: Civil War Deleted Scene Featuring Black Panther And Black Widow

A newly released deleted scene from Captain America: Civil War features a core member of the Avengers and one of the newcomer heroes to the franchise who made their debut in the film.Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanov (better known as Black Widow) sits alone with Chadwick Boseman’s newly introduced T’Challa (better known as Black Panther) at the German Ops Center which … …read more

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Venus Lashes Out in this Goddess of Love “Liar” Clip

Terror Films has released a clip for the erotic thriller Goddess of Love. The clip, titled “Liar,” shows the character Venus (Alexis Kendra) and the object of desire. Feeling rejected, she acts out her anger, in a destructive manner. Goddess of Love is a film from director Jon Knautz. Starring Alexis Kendra, Woody Naismith and Elizabeth Sandy, this title has been reviewed on 28DLA, here: A Goddess of Love Review on 28DLA. The “Liar” clip is hosted below.

The synopsis, from Terror Films, talks of an eccentric woman. She finds the man of her dreams. But, her dreams are soon squashed, when she is left for another. Venus stalks both characters as she seeks revenge, for the brutal break-up.

Goddess of Love will be available in October. On October 7th, this title will be hosted on many video platforms, including: Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, VUDU, XBox, Playstation and iTunes. Fans of thrillers can find more details on the release, below.

Release Date: October 7th, 2016…
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Karen Gillan joins the cast of the Jumanji sequel

Last week Dwayne Johnson confirmed that the upcoming JUMANJI film, also featuring Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Nick Jonas, was not a reboot but a continuation of the story. That's a bit of a relief, as it's nice to know that the filmmakers aren't taking the "easy way out" and will be honoring the first movie to some extent. Filming is gearing up to start in Hawaii…
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Duncan Jones speaks candidly about Warcraft’s failure and a sequel

WARCRAFT didn't exactly break the mold of video games-turned-films, but it does have its audience (mostly in China). Still, the film hardly churned out the profits studios were hoping for, and director Duncan Jones acknowledges as much in a recent interview with Thrillist. It's a good read, for those interested, and while he doesn't come out and bash WARCRAFT or anything like that, he…
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Capone talk the perils of family with THE HOLLARS director/star John Krasinski

Capone talk the perils of family with THE HOLLARS director/star John Krasinski
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Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. Actor John Krasinski told me outside of the interview below that when he came to Hollywood, he did so with his mother’s full support, but she also recommended that he give himself two years to find enough work to make a living, and if that didn’t happen, he should pursue other options. Two years passed, and although he managed to nabbed a few small roles in films (like KINSEY) and television series, it wasn’t enough to sustain a decent living. Deciding to wait out the small remainder of the year and then head back to his native Boston. And two weeks after his original two-week deadline, he booked the role of Jim Halpert on NBC’s “The Office,” where he remained for nine seasons. Krasinski told me this story as an example of how close and supportive his family has always been. Even so, he still saw a great deal of his family in the story of THE HOLLARS, his second film as a director (working from a screenplay by Jim Strouse, who also did PEOPLE PLACES THINGS and THE WINNING SEASON), about a dysfunctional family that has terrible communication, fights all the times, but still manages to hold it together and stay close. Krasinski managed to squeeze in a few film roles during his time on “The Office” and beyond, including parts in Christopher Guest’s FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION; Nancy Myers’s THE HOLIDAY and IT’S COMPLICATED; Bill Condon’s DREAMGIRLS; LICENSE TO WED;

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Robin Givens Cast As Riverdale’s Mayor — And It’s Josie McCoy’s Mom

Chuck and God’s Not Dead 2 actress Robin Givens has been cast as Sierra McCoy in the forthcoming CW series Riverdale.Sierra is the mother of Josie McCoy, the lead singer of Josie and the Pussycats. She is also, as Deadline reports, the mayor of Riverdale.Here’s how they describe Givens’s character:”McCoy is not only the powerful and fabulous Mayor … …read more

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Stranger Things’ Shannon Purser Joins CW’s Riverdale

Following her breakout role in Netflix’s Stranger Things, it seems that Shannon Purser is joining another sure-fire hit. In an exclusive report, Entertainment Weekly has announced the up-and-coming actress will star in The CW’s Riverdale.Riverdale, which is based on the characters of Archie Comics, is set to premiere later this year to fans’ delight. According to EW, … …read more

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We Interview Anya Taylor-Joy, Kate Mara & Luke Scott about Morgan!

The feature film debut from Luke Scott – son of Ridley – is a unique and fascinating bit of science fiction and horror. This is an impressive creation from Scott, one that offers up an incredible cast. You have both Anya Taylor-Joy and Kate Mara, with terrific support from Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, Michelle Yeoh, Brian Cox, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Paul Giamatti….
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Review: Zoom

PLOT: Three stories – an employee at a sex doll factory gets breast implants; a famous director decides to make an arthouse movie; a beautiful model starts writing a book – are inextricably linked together in startling ways.

REVIEW: ZOOM is a thoroughly unexpected surprise, a movie that is – at the moment – completely under the radar. For what reason, I don't know. It's clever, weird, extremely…
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Brad Bird gives an update on the “very actively moving” Incredibles 2

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 12 years since THE INCREDIBLES graced the silver screen, giving audiences what’s widely regarded one of the best superhero stories. It may have taken a few years more than we’d like, but writer/director Brad Bird is finally working with Pixar on a sequel. He took a moment to give a small update to Entertainment Weekly regarding the status of THE INCREDIBLES 2, of which…
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Exclusive Marvel Preview: Genndy Tartakovsky’s CAGE! #1

Marvel Comics has provided ComicBook.com with an exclusive first look at CAGE! #1, the first issue of the long in development four-issue miniseries from writer/artist Genndy Tartakovsky, the creator of Samurai Jack, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Hotel Transylvania.CAGE! is a miniseries that uses Tartakovsky’s distinctive cartooning style to bring Luke Cage back to his roots, which … …read more

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Watch our Oscar “Best Picture” Retrospective for 1996 (video)

In this continuing series we take a look at the Oscar nominations of years past, examining the flicks that were nominated, as well as the pic we feel got snubbed among all the other candidates. Love 'em or hate 'em, the Oscars usually highlight the best films from each year (although there are plenty that get overlooked) and it's always fun to look back and see what was popular for any given…
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Cool Videos: Perfume commercial directed by Spike Jonze is insane

What happens when you ask the director of HER and WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE to direct a perfume commercial? Well you get a very dramatic, probably black and white, montage of sexy people being all sorts of sexy. Wrong! You get the weirdest thing you’ll watch all day. The Spike Jonze-directed commercial for Kenzo perfume is four minutes long and has a woman (played by Margaret Qualley of THE LEFTOVERS)…
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The Incredibles 2 Director Plans To Take Characters In A New Direction

Pixar fans have been waiting patiently for another Incredibles film while franchises like Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Cars have received in some cases multiple sequels.That changed last year when Director Brad Bird announced that the long awaited Incredibles 2 would be his next film after his original project Tomorrowland wrapped filming. Details about the film have been rather scarce, but … …read more

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Scott Gimple Says The Walking Dead Cliffhanger Was For The Audience

“All of this is on behalf of the audience,” says Scott Gimple on choices made by The Walking Dead’s writers.It couldn’t be further from a secret that Internet comment sections have been raging over the cliffhanger ending to the show’s sixth season but Gimple and his team have unquestionably stood behind their decision. In fact, they somewhat expected varying responses, so … …read more

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Terminator 2 3D re-release poster hints Arnold will be back in 2017

Remember back in 2014 when James Cameron said he was planning to do a 3D re-release of TERMINATOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY? How about in 2015 when it was announced it would be coming out in August 2016 to mark the film’s 25th anniversary? Yeah, well, August is practically over and we are no closer to seeing that re-release than we are the AVATAR sequels.

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Release date for A Monster Calls pushed back to the heart of awards season

There’s no harsher sting than when the release date for a movie you’re dying to see gets pulled out from under you and moved to a later date, leaving you to lie on the ground wondering what you’re going to do with your now empty life. The only way it could be worse is if it happens when the date is so close you can lick it, which is what happened to one of the most anticipated…
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Until Dawn Forces Players to Make Difficult Choices: A Video Game Review

Developers: Supermassive Games and Sony Computer Entertainment.

Director: Will Byles.

Writers: Graham Reznick, Larry Fessenden, Justin Villiers, Will Byles and Pete Samuels.

This writer and gamer is continuing to catch-up on some of the exclusive releases on the PS4. Until Dawn, a horror survival game, was originally released just over a year ago (August 25th, ’15). Developed by Supermassive Games and Sony Computer Entertainment, the game plays out much like a horror film as you control up to eight characters. Your decisions decide on whether each character survives. This game also allowed this player to use “motion controls” for the first time. This experience had its highs and lows. As well, the game introduces you to a psychoanalyst. He will question you and out your fears. The more you tell him, the scarier the game becomes. Meanwhile, you will need to search under every rock, to determine what happened to two other missing characters and another group of hospitalized miners….
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Christopher Walken As Kirk’s Ancestor?? The Secret Plans For STAR TREK Following 2002’s NEMESIS!!

Christopher Walken As Kirk’s Ancestor?? The Secret Plans For STAR TREK Following 2002’s NEMESIS Disaster!!
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Star Trek Movies Ranked By Gross (domestic grosses in millions) $257.7 Star Trek (2009) $228.7 Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) $150.8+ Star Trek Beyond (2016) $109.7 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) $92.0 Star Trek: First Contact (1996) $82.2 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) $78.9 Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) $76.4 Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (1984) $75.6 Star Trek: Generations (1994) $74.8 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) $70.1 Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) $52.2 Star Trek: The Final Frontier (1989) $43.2 Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
Star Trek Movies Adjusted For Inflation (adjusted domestic grosses in millions) $299.1 Star Trek (2009) $283.8 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) $250.0 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) $236.4 Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) $232.4 Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) $197.0 Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (1984) $179.6 Star Trek: First Contact (1996) $156.2 Star Trek: Generations (1994) $154.9 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) $150.8+ Star Trek Beyond (2016) $127.2 Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) $113.8 Star Trek: The Final Frontier (1989) $63.7 Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
It was seven years between the unprecedented flop that was 2002’s “Star Trek Nemesis” and the 2009 J.J. Abrams reboot that became by far the most successful Trek movie in history. Those

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AICN COMICS PODCAST checks out BLUE BEETLE REBIRTH! CAPTAIN MARVEL! INVINCIBLE! MOSIAC Prelude!

AICN COMICS PODCAST checks out BLUE BEETLE REBIRTH! CAPTAIN MARVEL! INVINCIBLE! MOSIAC Prelude!
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Mark L. Miller aka Ambush Bug here. On this week’s episode of our latest and greatest podcast, our Poptards host Johnny Destructo joins Optimous Douche and the lovely Slai to talk about BLUE BEETLE REBIRTH #1 (w – Keith Giffen, a – Scott Kolins, 13:13), CAPTAIN MARVEL #8 (w – Ruth Gage & Christos Gage, a – Kris Anka, 24:29), INVINCIBLE #130 (w – Robert Kirkman, a – Cory Walker, 35:05), and the MOSIAC Prelude (w – Geoffrey Thorne, a – Khary Randolph, 44;55) while I was celebrating my 21st birthday for the hundredth time! As always, that sweet, sweet jack@$$ery is sporked in free of charge!
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I’m So Excitedf! Family Guy To Recreate Iconic Saved By The Bell Scene With Mark-Paul Gosselaar

In the Saved by the Bell episode “Jessie’s Song,” which is the ninth episode from Season 2 and originally aired in November 1990, Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley), the smartest member (though, Screech was the true class valedictorian) of the Bayside crew, is having a hard time keeping up with her studies and Hot Sundae, her … …read more

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Says The Dark Knight Trilogy Had The Perfect Ending

When The Dark Knight Rises hit theaters back in 2012, fans wondered whether Christopher Nolan would ever return to expand the franchise. After all, The Dark Knight trilogy ended with Sgt. John Blake walking into Bruce Wayne’s top-secret Batcave after he resigned from Gotham’s Police Force. And, for course, that’s not even to mention the fact that … …read more

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The Behind the Scenes Pic of the Day: From the Making of Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds!

Effects guru Steve Johnson shares a cool practical effect cut from Spielberg’s War of the Worlds!
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Welcome back to the work week! We continue taking advantage of Steve Johnson’s archives with some cool practical effects pictures, some of which will appear in the book he’s putting together with Sandy Collora about the effects industry.
The project is completely funded via their Kickstarter, but there’s still a few days left on it, so you can pre-order your copy now by clicking below and contributing to the campaign!

Today’s photos take a peek behind the scenes of Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds. It was supposed to be another flick, but I’m waiting on clarification on that before I run with it. I was saving these for later because they’re awesome, so you’re not getting the short shrift.
I’ve got two pics for you. First up is something that was an idea from an earlier draft of the script that was ultimately cut before they began filming. It’s a Martian pod that was supposed to incubate some of the invading forces. The idea was they essentially dusted the earth with this sort of pollen that formed these pods. Looks really damn cool to me and a little closer to the colors and feel of the George Pal movie.
Check it out:

Awesome, right? Johnson said they were contracted to build a bunch of them (a job that would have made Johnson and his team about $3 million) before the plug was pulled. Spielberg went primarily CG with the creatures, but Johnson and his co-workers did end up building over

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