Last week’s episode of HBO and George R.R. Martin‘s Game of Thrones had a controversial scene between Jaime and Cersei that had the Internet and Monday morning water-cooler conversation buzzing. Now George R.R. Martin has weighed in on the scene and the differences between the television show and the books it is inspired by. (more…)
Looks like it’s the end of the road for some of the X-Men.
We all expect some major things to happen in next month’s X-Men: Days of Future Past. Choices will be made, actions will be taken and lives will be lost. With that, we will probably be saying goodbye to some of our favorite characters and the actors who play them. In fact, we might be saying goodbye to a lot of them.
Some may think that a sequel to Ang Lee’s 2000 film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is unnecessary. Others may feel that it is long overdue. Whatever your opinions on the matter, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon II: The Green Destiny will be coming to a theater near you. The latest news from this project is that filming will be starting up fairly soon. (more…)
Writer-producer Simon Kinberg, fresh from the soon to be released X-Men: Days of Future Past, and still working on the Fantastic Four reboot, talked with IGN recently regarding the first of the planned Star Wars “standalone” films that are intended to tide fans over during the downtime separating Episodes VII, VIII, and IX.
The big question? Will these spin-offs have any connection to the Star Wars Expanded Universe of novels, video games, and comic books? You know what to do if you wanna find out: (more…)
Joss Whedon’s upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron is sure to set the box office on fire when it hits theaters in 2015 but the film maker is already creating waves with his latest release. However, you don’t have to wait in line for a midnight showing to catch this one.
Whedon is bypassing the traditional theatrical release model and has released In Your Eyes, which he wrote and produced, online right now. That’s right, you can watch the film at this very moment for the low, low price of only $5. Cheaper than a movie theater and you don’t have to walk on sticky floors.
I have to tell you right off the bat that I haven’t watched a single episode of True Blood. I know, I know, what the hell is wrong with me? It’s just that Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy, Justified, The Big Bang Theory, and a whole lot of life got in the way. So you can imagine that when I had this teaser to cover, that I might be a little confused, but I’ve been confused before. (more…)
Goonies never say die! And apparently neither do Goonie directors. A couple of weeks ago, the news broke that a sequel was in the works nearly 30 years after the release of the original, and although fans might have been excited by the news, the were understandably skeptical. But if you anyone could get The Goonies back together again after three decades it’s original film director Richard Donner, and in a recent, albeit, impromptu interview, Donner let loose several clues that seemed to confirm that Goonies 2 is happening, and that it goes all the way to the top.
There are a lot of questions about the upcoming reboot of Fantastic Four, including will it suck, or will it blow? Kidding aside though, what fans really want to know is what kind of Fantastic Four movie they’re going to get tone-wise speaking; is it going to be moody and serious like The Dark Knight, bombastic and cheery like The Avengers, or out-right silly and over the top like The Mask? Writer/producer Simon Kinberg recently shed some light on the subject. (more…)