An Arcades in Movies supercut has been posted online chronicling arcade games in cinema from the year 1975 to 1994. And to add something extra, I’ve included a gallery of photos of a young Steven Spielberg and his arcade collection from the 1980′s as well as details on a forward the young filmmaker wrote in a book on arcade video games. Check out the Steven Spielberg arcade game collection photos and more, after the jump.
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What you’ve got to love about Twitter are the windows it opens. The way a single tweet can just set your imagination on fire with possibility. Monday night, that happened twice. First as a joke, and then as a photo.
The photo featured Star Wars Episode VII director J.J. Abrams with his two co-stars, John Boyega and Daisy Ridley. It made you dream about the conversations being held between these three. Then, in the background, was someone else. Another famous director who, earlier that evening, made you wish if you could be one place in the world last night, it was with him. Edgar Wright tweeted that he too was hanging out with Abrams. Read More »
For the second time in as many weeks, Zack Snyder tweeted a photo linking his movie, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, to Star Wars. During Comic-Con, Snyder posted a photo of his Superman, Henry Cavill, dressed as a Sith. Then weekend, he did it again, tweeting a photo of Batman walking on sand dunes with R2-D2. It looks great, almost like Ben Affleck dressed as Batman was posing with the droid. But a second tweet pulled back the curtain to reveal the truth. Check out the Batman Star Wars info below. Read More »
I’m not really sure what this photo means, or if it’s just some playful pre-Comic Con fun, but either way I thought it was worth sharing. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (yup, that’s still the title) director Zack Snyder tweeted a photo of Man of Steel star Henry Cavill in a black hood holding a light saber with the hashtag #superjedi. We’re pretty sure this has nothing to do with a Star Wars crossover (two different studios and well, never gonna happen) but the backdrop of the portrait suggests Superman’s new black robe look has something to do with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which is expected to appear at the Warner Bros Comic con panel later this week. See the full Super Jedi photo after the jump.
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Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have begun work on the pilot episode of AMC’s small screen adaptation of Preacher, based on the comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. Today Seth Rogen has tweeted a photo showing that work has started on the pilot episode with Breaking Bad‘s Sam Catlin who will serve as the series showrunner. See a photo of the Preacher pilot episode outline board after the jump.
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It’s not quite as exciting as our first look at Superman in Man of Steel or Batman and his Batmobile, but we now have an semi-official look at Henry Cavill as Clark Kent in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
While the actor has been caught in a few fan and paparazzi photos, a new image has just gone online from the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund. Cavill supports the charity, which helps the families of serving and retired Royal Marines, and posted a photo to help raise awareness. It just so happens, in this photo, he’s on the set of Zack Snyder‘s upcoming sequel and dressed in his work clothes as a Daily Planet reporter. Check out the Clark Kent Batman v Superman photo in full below. Read More »
Thursday night in Hollywood, Magnolia Pictures hosted the premiere of the incredible documentary Life Itself. Directed by Steve James, the film tells the story of legendary film critic Roger Ebert. Along the way, it helps us think about not only Ebert’s legacy, but our own love of movies and ultimately our own lives. It’s a beautiful film that opens in theaters and on demand July 4.
Scrolling through Twitter, I noticed something at the Life Itself premiere that touched my heart. Someone at the premiere had left a seat open for Ebert, who passed away in April of 2013, just four months after James started filming. The simple gesture brought a tear to my eye because of just how much Ebert meant to myself and fellow film critics, fans and audiences all over the world. If it had that effect on me, we thought it might have a similar effect on you. Read More »
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LEGO has released a tiny brick recreation of the now-famous Star Wars Episode 7 script reading. LEGO released the image on twitter with the text “You’ve met the actors, now meet the Minifigure cast of @starwars Episode VII! #LEGOStarWars #StarWarsVII” Hit the jump to see the photo side by side with the original image from the Star Wars Episode VII script reading.
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