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Try This 24 Hour Marathon Of Non-Oscar Movies
We’ve picked you (yeah-huh, you) to host the 24 Hour Non-Oscar-Thon. Twenty four straight hours of movies from last year that the Academy refused to nominate in a single category this year.
Pacific Rim Gets The Honest Trailer Treatment
The Rim trailer is pretty funny. I laughed at the futuristic Altoids that block cancer. But Rim is such a big, fat in-on-the-joke endeavor that it can’t be slapped down to size by a few swipes at its “credibility.” It’s a damn blockbuster about robots punching monsters in the face.
This Week In Home Entertainment: The Heat, Pacific Rim, Vikings, Defiance And More
Halloween hasn’t even happened yet, and we’re already at the first wave of huge releases set for the Holiday season. No, really. This week’s Hi Plains Drifter and The Untold History of the United States would look great in Dad’s stocking. Besides, what woman wouldn’t want a Blu-ray copy of the 10th Anniversary Edition of Love Actually? that comes complete with a heart-shaped ornament, just to prove it’s supposed to be a stocking stuffer.
Pacific Rim Now Ranks As 2013's Highest-Grossing, Live-Action Original Film
Pacific Rim earned $407.3 million worldwide. Currently, it is the 10th-highest-grossing film worldwide in 2013. But as ComicBook.com points out, “Of the nine films ranked ahead of Pacific Rim worldwide, eight of them were either sequels or based on pre-existing books or comic book characters."
Pacific Rim Will Fight Its Way On To Blu-ray, DVD And Digital In October
This summer, Guillermo del Toro gave us a big summer blockbuster and a brand new story with Pacific Rim, a tale set in the 2020s in a time when humanity is deadlocked in a fight with a species of monsters known as the Kaijus, a species which has reached Earth via an inter-dimensional portal. Now, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing Pacific Rim on to a variety of formats, including Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on October 15.
Hollywood Studios Resolve Their Fight With China
The 2% tax was applied in response to a 2012 negotiation between the U.S. and Chinese governments that, according to the Times, “eased restrictions on the number of foreign movies allowed into China under its quota system [and] also gave studios a larger slice of box-office revenue, increasing their take from as little as 13% to as much as 25% of ticket receipts.”
Is Elysium's Cyborg Suit Possible? Believe It Or Not, Yes
I wondered how close we were these kind of scientific breakthroughs, and so I turned to my childhood friend and cousin Jim Salvia, who went from being a brainy kid to an electrical engineer who while getting his PhD at Stanford worked on the technology that now allows quadriplegics to operate computers with their brains.
Charlie Day Was Supposed To Be The Villain Of Pacific Rim 2
We're more optimistic than ever that a sequel to Pacific Rim is possible, thanks to a big opening in China that boosted its international gross enough for Warner Bros. to chalk it up as a hit. So while we wait for the sequel to actually start moving, we can dig through some hints about what director Guillermo del Toro is planning to figure out what might happen. But don't assume he won't change his mind
Pacific Rim Sequel Looking Likely After Big China Opening
We told you earlier this week that all hopes for a Pacific Rim sequel resided in China, where the monsters vs. robots film was opening this week and could potentially make enough to push it into "worldwide hit" territory. Today the numbers are in, and it's good news for the jaegers-- Deadline reports that Pacific Rim made $9 million on its Wednesday opening alone
Pacific Rim Sequel Depends On China
the massive market that has urged many big movies to cater themselves to its audience could tip the scales in favor or success and a potential sequel. If the Guillermo del Toro-directed epic can make just $50 million in China, BoxOffice.com editor-in-chief Phil Contrino believes Warner Bros. will open the door for del Toro to do a Pacific Rim 2.
'Monsters Are My Pals': Guillermo del Toro Builds The World Of Pacific Rim
Prior to the new film’s release, I had the chance to sit down one-on-one with del Toro to talk about everything that went into the making of his latest movie, from the size of the expanded world, to his contributions to the original concept, to finding material that he is really passionate about. And could At The Mountains of Madness have a future at Legendary Pictures? Read on to find out!
Watch Pacific Rim's Opening And Closing Credits, Now Online
What I love about the credit sequences being online is that we now have the ability to crank snippets of Ramin Djawadi’s heroic score on a loop. Put that energetic anthem on in the background, and you’ll be three times as productive as normal today, I guarantee it.
Weekend Box Office: Despicable Me 2 On Top Again As Pacific Rim Takes A Monster-Sized Stumble
America's bizarre love affair with unfunny "comedies" reared its ugly head again this weekend as the sequel that no one should have wanted, Grown Ups 2 hit theaters and did better than the first one did.
Why A Pacific Rim - Godzilla Mash Up Can And Should Happen
Adam Frazier, a writer for Geeks of Doom, shared an excellent idea after our Rim screening – combine the rebooted Godzilla series with Del Toro’s new Rim universe for an Avengers-style mash up of monsters and Mech heroes. Could it work? Frazier and I discuss.
Operation Kino 122 Review: David Burns Pacific Rim To The Ground
This week we're coming to you live from the Shatterdome, as we review this week's rock-'em sock-'em jaeger vs. kaiju adventure Pacific Rim. Does it live up to the many monster movies that inspired it? Has Guillermo del Toro made a film worth the five-year wait? Will David ever like a single blockbuster that comes out this summer? All that, plus your answers to our lightning round question about when animals attack