Want to see the logo for Captain America: Civil War? What’s the latest rumor about Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman? Has Marvel revealed some Easter Eggs in Avengers: Age of Ultron? Is Jim Lee releasing an awesome Batman exclusive at San Diego Comic-Con? Will Marvel reinvent itslef again after Secret Wars? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Amy Schumer‘s first starring film role, Trainwreck, hasn’t even hit theaters yet but the superstar comedienne is already setting up her next gig. She’ll co-write and star in a mother-daughter comedy at Fox. Paul Feig, the director of Bridesmaids, will produce. In typical Feig fashion, it’s an action comedy. Read more about the new Amy Schumer movie below. Read More »
So far, the trailers for Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four have shown us brief glimpses of the characters’ powers. We haven’t really gotten a chance, however, to visually study each ability. We now have a pretty decent chance to do that in a very odd place. Movietickets.com has released a commercial featuring the Fantastic Four and, for twenty seconds, it’s probably the best look yet we’ve seen from the movie…until it becomes an app commercial. But for 20 seconds, you get a really great look at what Josh Trank has in store for us on August 7. Check it out below. Read More »
This weekend the Disneyland 60th anniversary celebration begins. Some big changes are in store for Disney fans and while a few (like the Hatbox Ghost) have gone live already, others will debut this weekend. Some examples are a brand-new Disneyland parade called “Paint the Night,” a new “World of Color” at California Adventure, a new Yeti on the Matterhorn and a new fireworks celebration called “Disneyland Forever.” Below, you can find videos from many of those updates. Check them out.
UPDATE: We’ve added the full videos of several of these new attractions. Read More »
We’re going to do something a little different with this poster post. There’s an awesome poster available right now called The Defender, by artist Ian Glaubinger. It’s a Voltron poster. But instead of just telling you about it, we talked to Glaubinger about the making of the poster, and the vision behind it. He also provided us with multiple different process shots. Hopefully, you’ll get an idea how one of these limited edition screenprints gets made.
Below, find out all about the making of Ian Glaubinger’s Voltron print, The Defender. Read More »
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Wednesday May 20 ended the three decadeplus television career of David Letterman. The guy is a legend, with a resume of comedy milestones that’s second to none. So how did he go about putting on his last Late Show ever? With a lot of celebrities, humor and heart. Below, you can watch the last David Letterman episode of the Late Show (Stephen Colbert is taking over later this year) and check out some highlights too. Read More »
Growing up, The Goonies was one of those movies I could watch over and over. The sense of adventure that permeated the film satisfied my childhood craving to go out into the world and find something. To become something greater. Lots of other people felt that too, and it’s since become a film revered by many, and one people talk about when they talk about the Eighties.
The Goonies opened on June 7, 1985, almost exactly thirty years ago. To celebrate, Gallery Nucleus outside Los Angeles, CA is presenting a Goonies 30th anniversary art show opening May 23 and running through the official anniversary on June 7. Below, you can see some exclusive images from the show. Read More »
Most of the cast of the original Heroes won’t be back for the currently in-production mini-series, Heroes Reborn, but several of the key characters are returning. You already know that Noah Bennet, played by Jack Coleman, is coming back. As is Hiro Nakamura, played by Masi Oka. Now there’s word Matt Parkman, the telepathic police detective played by Greg Grunberg, is coming back too. Read more of the Greg Grunberg Heroes Reborn report below. Read More »