Here’s a little video about the Hollywood effects magic that went into the Russo Brothers’ Captain America: Civil War. Gradient Filming shows all the layered steps needed to bring that summer blockbuster to the big screen and it will surprise you what is and what isn’t an effect in the movie. Check it out below. (more…)
The final trailer for Netflix and Marvel‘s The Defenders has hit the Internet and centers on Alexandria played by Sigourney Weaver. She’s a mystery at this point, but just listen to her explain the facts of life to our four heroes, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones, and Matt Murdock and it’s easy to hear the malevolent undertones clearly. Alexandria is one lady not to be messed with. Check it out below. (more…)
The are strange things afoot in the latest International trailer for director Taika Waititi‘s Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange kinda strange as Benedict Cumberbatch graces the screen as the master of the mystical arts. Check out the new trailer below.
The upcoming Netflix anime film Godzilla: Monster Planet just dropped a new trailer and it is badass! Granted, that shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who is a fan of the world’s favorite behemoth monster, but the film looks amazing. The artwork and animation style make the wait for this release all the more difficult. Check out the trailer after the drop.
Ric Flair, The Nature Boy and Wrestling Legend and Hall of Famer was hospitalized over the weekend with heart-related issues. The first reports were that this was just routine monitoring with Flair’s long time manager announcing there was no need to panic. However, this morning those reports took a much more serious tone as TMZ reported that Flair was placed in a medically induced coma to undergo a surgical procedure. (more…)
There is tragic news from the Vancouver set of Deadpool 2 today as a stuntwoman was killed in an on set accident while operating a motorcycle. Ryan Reynolds and 20th Century Fox have released the statements below. (more…)
It was going to be hard to match last week’s kickass, balls to the wall, super awesome dragon action third act of Game of Thrones. After all, we finally got to see Danny going to war with the Lannisters herself, riding on top of Drogon, and setting countless soldiers ablaze. She also had that massive Dothraki horde as well. Every single frame of that episode was epic and really upped the ante for a show that has consistently amazed us as each episode continues since its beginning. So with such a massive episode last week, how did this week’s episode of Game of Thrones go?
With Disney making major bank off the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the better part of a decade, it was inevitable other movie studios would try to do the same. Universal tried to kickstart their so-called “Dark Universe” with The Mummy just two months ago (they failed). Just as moviegoers have begun to lose interest, Paramount hopes to turn the Transformers series into a shared universe. (Get ready for Bumblebee to have his own standalone movie next year.) Warner Bros. looked like they were best situated to match Marvel superhero for superhero, but stumbled repeatedly over the last few years, finally righting the figurative ship earlier this summer with Wonder Woman. But what’s better than one cinematic universe? Two, of course. Which brings us to Annabelle: Creation, the prequel to the prequel/spin-off of what’s being called the “Conjuring Universe.” Here’s the thing: If Annabelle: Creation, a modestly budgeted, period-set, old-school supernatural flick directed by David F. Sandberg (Lights Out), is any indication, Warner Bros. just might succeed and at a fraction of the comic-book/superhero price.