Is there a budding Drew Struzan waiting to be tapped by Abrams to help promote next yearís Star Wars sequel? Letís scan through a few of our favorite fan-made one sheets for the next Star Wars.
Well, it looks like we've reached the worst movie weekend of the year. But thatís okay. It just means we get a little time to go outside and enjoy the fresh air. Or if not, maybe you just go see Guardians of the Galaxy again. Either way, what weíve got coming here is no bueno. Itís the identical. And thatís it.
In this story, a moviegoer talks about how their autistic younger brother identified with Drax The Destroyer. As part of his condition, he cannot comprehend metaphors; much like Drax's literal mindedness in Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Looking to Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, If I Stay and As Above So Below for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of killer crime dramas, tender tearjerkers, and horror stories about the dangers of curiosity.
The summer of 2014 has been a fascinating season for the comic book genre as a whole, but itís even more interesting when you notice that in the past few months weíve seen three very distinct looks into the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse.
Ghostbusters changed me that summer. I started using the jokes I learned in that movie (as well as in Splash, Romancing the Stone, Police Academy, Beverly Hills Cop, Revenge of the Nerds and everything else I could sneak on HBO) in my every day life. But Ghostbusters changed my mom that summer, too.
And the summer is almost over. How can I tell? For one thing just take a look at the movies coming out. One can time the seasons by the cinematic strength of the box office. One look at this weekís slate of films and I know we are zeroing in on Labor Day. Itís a dude from November and people above and below.
After a dearth of big releases for several months, TV and movie sets are at a high. This week, IFC has releases a skinny, funny and recyclable set with Portlandia: Season 4. If you are looking for a set thatís a little more excessive, The Walking Deadís fourth season set also comes in a Limited Edition thatís meant to look pretty on a shelf.
Sometimes these overseas remakes are little more than a new cast, a new tongue and a cultural tweak here or there. But sometimes the new versions of these tales are downright unrecognizable. How savvy are you at spotting the source material?
When will we finally get a Wonder Woman movie? The infamous Amazonian will be introduced in Snyderís movie when it reaches theaters on May 6, 2016.
Considering seven separate categories, To 3D Or Not To 3D evaluates the full scope of the 3D viewing experience. Think of it as a consumer's guide for your movie-going, complete with a viewers poll where you can weigh in on how you plan to see Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.
These are the under-the-radar films that really deserve an extra look. They earned rave reviews (and rightfully so), so close out the summer season with one Ė or all Ė of these underappreciated gems, which are in theaters or on VOD as we speak.
Some rumblings have been going around about the original Star Wars trilogy finding its way, in all of its unaltered glory, to Blu Ray in the near future. While this might not be the easiest prospect, there is hope.
As Disney has its own live-action remake of The Jungle Book in the works with Jon Favreau at the helm to rival Warner Bros' Jungle Book: Origins, we've created a helpful image guide to keep straight the who's who of it all.
Clearly Thanos isnít as big of a menace in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as some would have you think he is. In fact, it looks like theyíre really saving him for The Avengers 3 more than anything, save for a couple of appearances and mentions used to push the story along to the eventual Infinity Gauntlet storyline.