The last time I saw the 2003 Daredevil movie was 2003. I didn’t like it then and I’m pretty sure I don’t like it now. To be honest, I don’t remember much about it. Its memory faded faster than I could walk out of the theater. That’s what bad movies do. But Daredevil has since, somehow, never left the public consciousness. In the past decade, it’s become the punchline of every superhero movie joke there is. Plus, it continues to have all these odd connections to today’s popular culture. (Affleck playing another superhero, Affleck marries Garner, etc.)
One of the biggest modern connections is the fact Marvel finally got the character back and turned it into a Netflix series which will be released this weekend. That makes it the perfect time for Screen Junkies to remind us why the Daredevil movie is so bad with an Honest Trailer. Check it out below. Read More »
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Want to see the brand new Avengers: Age of Ultron TV Spot Robert Downey Jr. has been teasing? Who is Ed Skrein playing in Deadpool? What does the Russo Brothers directing Avengers: Infinity War mean for Marvel at large? How does one of Robin’s alter ego’s play into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? When does Batkid Begins hit theaters? Is the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to late night TV? Which villains are possible for the second season of Daredevil? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Sometimes logistics force a filmmaker’s hand. Originally Kevin Smith was aiming to shoot Mallrats 2 in 2016, after Clerks 3, Hit Somebody, and Moose Jaws. However, Smith and his team found a mall they can shoot in and seriously mess up that won’t be around next year. Because of that, he just announced he’s going to make Mallrats 2 next. Read more about Mallrats 2, including news on more returning cast members, below. Read More »
When a THX intro plays in front of a movie, you know you’re in for a treat. The movie may be terrible but you know that it’s going to look and sound great. That knowledge made the old school THX intros a sort of comfort blanket for film fans. A guarantee of quality in an industry where crap is often good enough.
Now, a new intro is out there and it’s a bit more ethereal than we’re used to. There aren’t any mechanical flowers or flying robots; it’s just a journey into deep space. Check out the new THX intro below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 by Angie Han
Game of Thrones‘ Jon Snow has plenty of good qualities. He’s clever and strong, loyal and courageous to a fault. And even his less pleasant traits make sense in context. You’d be a wet blanket, too, if all of your loved ones were dead and ice zombies were coming for everyone else.
All in all, his intense personality makes him pretty well suited for his current job as a brother of the Night’s Watch. But as Seth Meyers learns to his chagrin in this hilarious clip from Late Night, it also makes Jon a pretty terrible dinner party guest. Watch the Jon Snow dinner party sketch after the jump.
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On a pretty regular basis, we see photos of high-end collectible figures. Most of the time, they are a 1:6 scale, and based on superhero characters. Many of those superheroes were created by Stan Lee. Well, add all those facts up and it’s about damn time this is happening. Stan Lee is getting his own 1:6 scale collectible figure by Das Toyz. And it’s just too funny. Check out images, video and find out more about the Stan Lee action figure below. Read More »
Is Marvel getting ready to shoot some Captain America: Civil War stuff in Boston? Can you see Avengers: Age of Ultron a week early in Los Angeles? How does Jared Leto look pre Joker and Suicide Squad? Want to see the WonderCon trailer for The Flash? What is Deadpool shooting outside? Which villains are coming to Gotham in season 2? Has the music for the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer been completed? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Monday, April 6th, 2015 by Angie Han
At this point, there’s still no telling who’ll wind up in control of Westeros at the end of HBO’s Game of Thrones. But it takes just five minutes to find out who’ll rule over Jesteros, the Sesame Street equivalent.
In an adorable skit, Ned and “Grover Bluejoy” preside over the “Game of Chairs” to decide on the kingdom’s next king or queen. It doesn’t go quite as planned — but then again, neither did the plans for succession on the real Game of Thrones. Watch the Game of Thrones Sesame Street parody after the jump. Read More »
It’s a Fast and Furious world, we’re just living in it. This past weekend Furious 7, the seventh film in the franchise, set the all-time April U.S. opening weekend box office record with a haul of $143.6 million. That also happens to be the 9th highest opening weekend of all time. Plus, the film grossed another $240 million overseas, for a grand total of $384 million worldwide on opening weekend. It looks to be on track to be the first $1 billion film in the franchise.
One of the many reasons for the large gross was a curiosity over how director James Wan handled the passing of his lead actor, Paul Walker. In our interview with the director, he talked about the decision in detail. Below, you can read that, and see a music video for the song used in the film. And if that’s not enough Fast and Furious for you, there’s even a brand new Fast and Furious 8 rumor. Read it all below. Read More »