Just when you thought we’d go a day without more Batman vs. Superman rumors… Someone goes and tweets something. Earlier today Umberto Gonzalez tweeted that a huge scoop from the Zack Snyder Man of Steel sequel was looming. What followed was… well another tweet. An intriguing tweet, I won’t argue that but still. The following is from film producer Daniel Alter, hit the jump to see the less than 140 character rumor du jour. (more…)
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We’ve known for a while now that AMC plans to take the last decent show they have left and spin it off into a second TV show so that
Robert Kirkman can buy a house boat fans will see more of the zombie apocalypse. A second Walking Dead TV series? About what? How different could it be from the current one? Well by the sounds of it, it might be taking the prequel route. (more…)
Let’s start by saying that Guillermo del Toro‘s Pacific Rim was the pure definition of a popcorn movie. Mindless meaningless fun meant to dazzle and entertain without asking the viewer to get to invested into it. The kind of movie you just sit back, relax, turn off the higher functions and enjoy; right? Wrong. We are nerds and that is not what nerds do.
Get ready to nitpick!
The fine folk over at CinemaSins have turned their acerbic wit to the giant-robo-on-giant-monster epic to compile nine minutes of the movies most egregious errors. Truth be told, it is really hard to argue with some of these (and personally I loved the crap out of Pac Rim,) check it out for yourself after the jump. (more…)
Now that the dust has begun to settle on the internet shattering announcement that Disney/Marvel Studios will be teaming up with Netflix to bring an astonishing four Marvel properties to the small-on-demand screen it looks like the TV shows are starting to take shape. Well one at least.
Well, that is if you are a fan of the DC Animated Universe. Tim Daly‘s web series, The Daly Show, has a new episode in which the former voice of Superman faces off against thé voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy. The short (that was written and directed by Ben Shelton) is replete with the usual humor we’ve seen from the show before, but with a certain edge to it this time. That edge being Kevin Freakin’ Conroy saying that line from The Dark Knight Returns.
Your move Ben Affleck/Henry Cavill. (more…)
Time for your weekly dose of the fantastic fandom based art to hit the web this week with your Nerd Art Dump. Each and every week we pick and choose through the masses of prints and pics on the digital frontier to give you nothing but the best to fill your geek needs. So on with the dump! ABOVE: Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks is often fodder for the homage/pastiche treatment, however World’s Finest Diner by Ian Navarro might just have become my all time favorite. I know this won’t happen, but if the powers at WB wanna base that whole Batman vs Superman movie off this image I am totally ok with that. The conflict could be over who picks up the cheque! (more…)
The Man of Steel Live Fan Event just wrapped up over on Yahoo, a Q & A session promoting the films DVD/Blu-ray release next Tuesday. Obviously the lion’s share of the 60 plus minutes was spent talking about that movie, however rumor had it that we would see some new information on its still untitled sequel. So what did we we learn? (more…)
With it now being more or less common knowledge that the Dinobots will be in the upcoming robots in disguise fourquel (or quadquel which sounds almost like it could have been a Decepticon,) Transformers: Age of Extinction, one has to wonder how Grimlock et’al will work when Michael Bay gets his hands on them. Well, we might have an answer and I am not going to lie… It might be pretty damn cool.
JoBlo has revealed a (blurry) picture of some promotional art (allegedly) from the movie via an unnamed (yet apparently reliable) source that shows… well, you’ll just have to see it for yourself. It’s up after the jump. (more…)
Okay, I am not even going to pretend this is an actual deleted scene from The Phantom Menace. It’s not, no matter how hard we all wish it was. Credit goes to YouTuber withmorten2 for creating the following slightly altered 75 second scene from Star Wars: Episode I in which no one’s favorite Gungan meets his untimely fate very early in the film.
See George? You can go back and edit good things into those movies… Watch it after the jump. (more…)
It looks like DC Comics CW based TV universe is about to gain a new resident. What costumed vigilante will be joining the now established
Green Arrow and the forthcoming Flash on the small screen? Could it be Batman? Maybe Superman or Wonder Woman? Nope, the truth might surprise you a little. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that DC/CW are teaming up to develop new TV series based on Hourman. A character that has been around since the golden-age through a few iterations. (more…)