/Filmcast Ep. 286 – The One I Love

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David, Devindra, and Jeff aren’t fans of the new Batmobile, still love Party Down (now on Hulu), and praise The Killing on Netflix. Plus, David tries and fails to defend the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes films.

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Want to see four Gotham TV spots including one that’s in 3D? Has someone already created an everything wrong with Guardians of the Galaxy video? Whose mask is Jeremy Renner wearing on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron? Could Ant-Man‘s story play into the mega sequel? Do you want Groot‘s cell phone number? What is Robert Downey Jr. teasing on Twitter? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Venom

As great a character as Spider-Man is, his villains are often just as interesting. That’s one of the many reasons Sony is moving ahead with a Sinister Six film before they get back to The Amazing Spider-Man 3. They’re also moving forward with a solo film for one of Spidey’s most popular villains, Venom. That one will be directed by Alex Kurtzman, but we don’t know much about it other than that it is happening.

In a new interview, the director gave an updating saying Ed Solomon will start writing the script soon, and that choosing which character would be under the suit in the film hasn’t been an easy decision. Read the Alex Kurtzman Venom quotes below. Read More »

ghostbusters donuts
Who you gonna call? Krispy Kreme donuts? In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Ghostbusters, Krispy Kreme has announced that they will sell two marshmallow Kreme™-filled Ghostbusters donuts: Krispy Kreme’s Ghostbusters and Stay Puft Marshmallow Doughnuts will be available at participating Krispy Kreme® US locations, while supplies last beginning on September 29th 2014. More details on the Ghostbusters donuts, after the jump.

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Shaun of the Dead score

The films of Edgar Wright are known for their eclectic musical choices, but it’s the pop song choices that are typically revered. The scores are highly underrated, to the extent the score for Wright’s first film, Shaun of the Dead, has never been available anywhere in any format.

That changes this weekend at MondoCon in Austin, TX. Mondo will release the Shaun of the Dead score by Daniel Mudford & Pete Woodhead on vinyl as part of a carnival style, record-tossing booth. There are two editions, too, both with cover art by Jock.

But that’s not all. Previously announced, Mondo will release LPs of Nathan Johnson‘s score to Rian Johnson‘s Looper and Alex North‘s abandoned score for 2001: A Space Odyssey. Both have art by Jay Shaw.

Below, check out looks of all the LPs and read more information about them. Read More »

Eric Tan Star Wars Trilogy

These three Star Wars posters are so beautiful, we figured they needed to be featured twice.

Eric Tan is one of our favorite artists here at /Film but, unlike others, he doesn’t release a lot of prints. That’s because his day job is a designer at Disney. That’s cool on its own, but in the past few years, it means he gets to play in the coolest sandbox of all: Star Wars. Over the past few months, Disney has been sporadically releasing Tan’s posters for Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and this week, he revealed Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Unfortunately, Disney chose to only release these Eric Tan Star Wars posters framed and that makes them quite expensive. But you should check them out below and read more about the beautiful posters. Read More »

Gotham Villains

What character trait does Ben Affleck share with his character in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Which cast member from the original Flash TV show is also returning to the new Flash TV show? Did the writer of The Wolverine like how the movie turned out? Want to see a trailer and images from the new season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Is there a real life Rocket Raccoon promoting Guardians of the Galaxy in Japan? Is Alan Moore coming back to regular comics? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Apple television

Following the Apple announcements last week, Apple head Tim Cook was interviewed by Charlie Rose. (The first hour aired last week and can be watched after the jump, the second part premieres tonight.) During the conversation, Rose brought up the often-talked about Apple television that has been in development at the Cupertino company for years. Tim Cook always knows how to phrase his answers so that they aren’t too revealing, but his response to this question might tell us something about the direction Apple is taking in developing a television.

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