SXSW 2014: Find Out What The Buzz Is During The Festival's First Day!
We are going to do our best to bring you the flavor of Austin with all of our SXSW updates this year. We’re going to lean on video coverage whenever possible, and help you feel like you are in Austin, enjoying South By right alongside us.
To 3D Or Not To 3D: Buy The Right 300: Rise Of An Empire Ticket
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 300: Rise of an Empire.
This Week In Home Entertainment: Catching Fire And A Paul Walker Flick
This week in home entertainment, we’re throwing you a bit of a doozy, releasing our home entertainment column the day of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire release. All other releases mentioned in the column were released on Tuesday, March 4.
Hero Blend #7: 6 Things You May Not Know About Captain America
From his origins as a propaganda-esque character back during World War II to his reintroduction as a hero lost out of time due to being frozen in a block of ice, Captain America has one of the most complex backstories in the history of the medium, and as a result can be a challenge to get into for new fans. But that’s where the latest episode of Hero Blend comes in.
The 24 Hour Action Sequel Marathon
This week’s marathon is twenty four (and a half!) straight hours of ass-kicking repeat performances. Part one was great, but wait until you see the follow-up! There are kicks and punches, car chases and gunfights, all in this 24 hour salute to following a tough opening act.
Frozen's 5 Most Mind-Blowing Accomplishments
With this in mind – from the Oscars to the $1 billion mark – we reached out to Disney Animation and asked them to share with us some of the movie’s most mind-blowing accomplishments. They came back with so many, that we had to compile them into this list.
How To Do Naval Warfare Without Water And 4 Other Things We Learned About 300: Rise Of An Empire
Last week I had the chance to attend a press event held in Los Angeles for 300: Rise of an Empire and had the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with the film’s director, Noam Murro. During our conversation he revealed a number of interesting stories and details behind the making of the new film, all of which you can read more about inside!
We're Giving Away A Tablet And More In Celebration Of 300: Rise Of An Empire!
In preparation for Noam Murro’s 300, Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures are teaming with Cinema Blend to hand out one (1) glorious prize package for our readers.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: What We Know So Far
Sony’s plan is to have a new Spider-Man movie in theaters every year. But we have to start with Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man 2, first, as it opens in a few weeks on May 2. What do we know about the sequel, so far? Quite a lot, actually.
March Movie Preview: The Muppets, Noah And Wes Anderson Usher In A Great Month Of Cinema
March is the month where both Hollywood and the indie circuit really kick into high gear, parading out big budget spectacles, quirky comedies, action romps and yes, even a Tyler Perry movie.
10 Movies That Will Contend For Best Picture Next Year
There's a barrage of high-profile projects coming out in the next 10 months that can qualify for the Academy Awards, but which 10 features do we feel are fighting fit for Oscar?
This Rotten Week: Predicting 300: Rise of an Empire and Mr. Peabody and Sherman Reviews
With a little awards show happening, we have a couple of movies that will most likely not end up on the red carpet next year. But they aren’t without their own merit. We get a little dose of sensationalized history visiting the folks from 300 and Mr. Peabody.
What Was The Deal With The Black Ribbons At The Oscars?
The ribbons and the slapped-on banner that promises a complete list of those in the film community who passed away this year, relate to Sarah Jones, who tragically died while shooting the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider.
Ellen Was The Oscar Host We Needed AND The One We Deserved
Hiring DeGeneres to host the show was a deliberate move back to “center,” and co-producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron received the show they hoped she’d deliver. It wasn’t edgy. It wasn’t controversial. But it worked.
18 Of The Best And Worst Oscar Moments, In GIF Form
The morning after, we're feeling already nostalgic…and roughed up from too much champagne (okay, it was technically sparkling white whine we got at the grocery store). So let's take a look back at some of Oscar 2014's wildest moments in GIF form.