For now we share the incredible words of advice Fassbender offered Gleeson (a metaphorical Padawan under his storied co-star if nothing else) about his venture into the complicated world of space sagas.
The intriguing indie The One I Love is earning plenty of buzz for its central secret. Even after its rousing world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, critics raved about this inventive take on romantic comedies, yet wouldn't expose the clever cut-up's sly secrets. However, without spoiling anything, we can tell you one of secrets even those who seen it have missed.
Leading up to the release of Divergent on Blu-ray and DVD, Summit-Lionsgate released a deleted scene that shows one of the Dauntless initiates suffering a severe eye wound... to put it mildly.
From the prototype Captain America shield hidden in Jon Favreau’s Iron Man to the blink-and-miss-it reference to the Avengers Tower in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Marvel Studios movies are always jam packed with Easter Eggs – and the newly released Guardians of the Galaxy is no exception.
Before signing off, I asked Simon Pegg if he knew when he would begin filming the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise, where he’ll reprise his role as Benji Dunn. Pegg shared a few key details.
Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier only hit theaters last month, so I don’t think anyone was expecting a home release announcement anytime soon. In a surprise move the company dropped the box art and some of the extras for the Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital release of The Winter Soldier.
Summit announced today that Divergent will arrive on Blu-ray, DVD, Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View on August 5. Those who don't want to wait that long will have the opportunity to get the digital HD copy two weeks early, as that's set to arrive online July 22.
You may already own a DVD copy of the classic canon flick, but on October 7, Sleeping Beauty will be hitting Blu-ray, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere for the very first time.
Starring The Killing’s Joel Kinnamon, Gary Oldman, Michael Keatman, Abbie Cornish and a whole host of other prominent names, the movie made for a pretty good watch in theaters, and soon the action flick is springing onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, thanks to a collaboration between MGM Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Everything is awesome—or it will be, as soon as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases this winter’s The LEGO Movie onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital. The movie won’t actually be released into homes until this summer, however.
Believe it or not, there is a museum in Iceland that is entirely dedicated penises. Founded in 1974, the Icelandic Phallological Museum is home to over 280 specimens collected from every different kind of creature you can think of. Except for one: human. Even stranger, this open spot generated a race of sorts between two men who wished to be immortalized forever as the representation of the human penis in the museum.
While Martin Scorsese’s new film is a riot onscreen, for the actors, participating in the movie’s madcap scenes was a lot more difficult and involved than audiences might expect. But don’t take my word for it. Check out the exclusive Blu-ray bonus clip from Best Buy’s VAM release of the film, above.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is headed onto Digital platforms tomorrow. If you’d like to get a sneak peak at one of those entertaining segments, you can check out the exclusive “Green Screen” clip
For those willing to wait just a few more days, Paramount Home Media Distribution has announced it will release the sequel onto Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on April 1. Digital copies of the flick will be available much earlier, starting on March 11.
This week, Paramount Home Media Distribution has let fans in on when they can get their hands on Martin Scorsese’s latest, The Wolf of Wall Street. The movie is hitting Blu-ray and DVD on March 25. However, if you’re more of a digital copy sort of person, you can purchase the movie early, beginning on March 18.