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This Week In Home Entertainment: Transcendence, Heaven Is For Real And More
With numerous high profile actors, a script that made the Blacklist in 2012 and a pretty high budget, Transcendence had all of the makings of a blockbuster success story. In fact, due to director Wally Pfisterís prominent past working on Christopher Nolanís well-received films, Nolan even signed on to executive produce the story.
Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Almost Took Place 100 Years Later
If Matt Reeves didn't jump on Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes when he did, we might have gotten an entirely different movie. Read on to see how Reeves fought for a Caesar-friendly storyline.
Adam Sandler's Pixels To Feature Donkey Kong, Pac Man, Other Video Game Icons
We're seeing this licensing issue pop up in several movies now as the line between film and advertisements is starting to vanish. These specific video game characters already popped up, along with newer ones, in Wreck-It Ralph, and a similar tactic was used in The Lego Movie, which utilized Lego versions of Batman, Superman, the Ninja Turtles and NBA players among other familiar brands.
Will Luc Besson Make The Professional 2?
Like so many things fans can't get enough of, there's been speculation about a potential sequel to The Professional for years. But what does Besson say about this possibility? The answer might surprise you.
Uncharted Movie Finally Filming Next Year
Uncharted fans finally have something to celebrate as the movie version of the popular video game is at long last going into production early next year.
Matthew McConaughey Considers Black List Script The Company Man
Matthew McConaughey is attached to The Company Man, a biopic previously known as the Untitled Ed Wilson Project. The script by Andrew Cypiot first earned buzz when it snagged a spot on the coveted Black List, a collection of screenplays bouncing about Hollywood that have earned praise but haven't scored production deals.
Monty Python Live (Mostly): 5 Reasons You Need To Find An Encore Screening
Assuming you guys arenít getting your geek on in a completely different way at this yearís Comic-Con, Monty Python Live (mostly) should be the only thing youíre looking forward to doing this week, and here are five reasons why you need to gather a group of your closest Gumbys and see it while you still can!
Mark Ruffalo Seeks A More Philosophical Direction For A Solo Hulk Movie
The Hulk has had two shots at the big screen so far, and while both films have their fans, neither is exactly beloved. By the time Mark Ruffalo suited up to play Bruce Banner in The Avengers, fans had already become divided on the issue of who the Hulk and his human alter ego really are.
Batman v Superman Will Not Be Set In The Same Universe As The Arrow And Flash TV Shows
With Warner Bros. and DC Comics currently in the process of building up their comic book movie status, many have wondered if the companies are considering incorporating characters from Arrow and the upcoming Flash show. Today we finally seem to have a firm answer,
Jurassic World Unveils A Special San Diego Comic-Con Poster
Because Universal Pictures doesn't have a presentation scheduled at Hall H this year, it's very unlikely that we will be getting the chance to see footage from Jurassic World this week - but that doesn't mean that the gigantic geek fest won't have any dinosaur presence.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Extended Clip Delivers 5 Minutes Of Footage
Fresh off of its extremely well-received press screenings this past weekend, Marvel Studios' Guardians Of The Galaxy is only adding fuel to the fandom fire with each passing moment! There is only a little over a week to go before the movie opens, and the world seems ready for the film that once seemed a tough sell for some viewers. However, there might be some out there who need more than a little convincing.
Learn The History Of San Diego Comic-Con In Just 4 Minutes
How did a basement event with 300 people sprawl to a sold out spectacular that dominates pop culture conversation across television and the internet for a solid week each summer? That's precisely the question the video above answers while giving us a look back at the history and earliest days of San Diego Comic-Con.
Idris Elba Looking To Reunite With Guy Ritchie For King Arthur Adventure
If you drooled over Guy Ritchie's flashy adaptation Sherlock Holmes, be prepared to thrill over his next re-imagination of an English icon with Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur. Casting of the adventure has begun with a bang as Idris Elba is eyed for a role.
Star Wars: Episode VII's Big Reveal Isn't Just An X-Wing, But A Entirely New Kind Of X-Wing
This morning, when Abrams pulled his camera back to reveal a full-blown X-Wing Fighter, you can imagine the debate that raged around the Internet as rabid Star Wars enthusiasts tried to figure out which model Abrams and his crew had constructed.
Benedict Cumberbatch Is A Temperamental Genius In Imitation Game Trailers
The Imitation Game stars Benedict Cumberbatch as renowned English mathematician and logician Alan Turing, who essentially turned the tide against the Germans in World War II by cracking their Enigma code. But as the trailer above hints, this was far from the only conflict brewing in Turing's life.