BIll & Ted's Excellent Adventure Print

Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, but artist Matt Ryan Tobin and the collectible art house Skuzzles wanted to celebrate a little early.

A new Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure print will be available tomorrow, and needless to say, it’s simply excellent. But that’s not all, because the sequel Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey has a limited edition print you probably missed. You can check them both out and find out how to get them below. Read More »

Star Wars The Last Jedi Music-Only

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this special Star Wars: The Last Jedi edition, director Rian Johnson breaks down a scene from the sci-fi saga sequel. Plus, a featurette takes a closer look at the Star Wars The Last Jedi music-only version of the film available to watch on digital, and discover some of the biggest revelations from The Last Jedi novelization recently released. Read More »

Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie Simon Pegg

It’s still hard to believe, but Quentin Tarantino is committed to making a new Star Trek film for Paramount. The Pulp Fiction filmmaker allegedly said he would only sign on to the film if Paramount approved an R-rating. But Star Trek franchise mainstay Simon Pegg says he knows some details about the Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie, and doesn’t think it will be R-rated after all.

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westworld season 2 plot

We may have just gotten a head start at unraveling the mystery of the Westworld season 2 plot.

Plot details have understandably been scarce for the HBO science-fiction series, with showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy attempting to maintain the veil of mystery that has surrounded the show since its first season. But in a new interview, Nolan and Joy may have just given us our first major hint for season 2.

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Forces of Destiny season 2

Of the many ways Disney builds their Star Wars brand outside of the theater, Star Wars: Forces of Destiny may be one of the best. It’s a campaign made up of animated shorts, toys, and kids’ books that are all intended to bring some extra attention to the franchise’s female characters. We wrote about the first season of animated shorts last year, and now Disney is back with Forces of Destiny season 2.

Star Wars actors Daisy Ridley, Lupita Nyong’o, Kelly Marie Tran, and more lend their voices to the animated versions of their characters, and this batch is especially notable because it features the return of Mark Hamill voicing Luke Skywalker. Check out all eight episodes below.

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Matrix reboot

Writer Zak Penn has been offering updates on the potential Matrix reboot since March of last year. Now, Penn, who is out on the circuit promoting Ready Player One, has offered new details, telling us where his The Matrix reboot currently stands.

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Star Wars The Last Jedi Documentary

In this edition of Star Wars Bits:

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi takes over SXSW
  • JOhn Boyega isn’t a fan of Finn’s fight with Phasma
  • Mark Hamill dream casts a young Luke Skywalker
  • Dave Filoni hints that Jacen Syndulla may return
  • And much more…

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Ready Player One reference

Update: In a new interview, Steven Spielberg clarified his comments about being able to secure rights to Star Wars franchise so he could reference it in Ready Player One. Our original article follows, as well as video of Spielberg explaining how Lucasfilm cooperated after all.

Ready Player One is jam-packed with references to the pop culture of yesteryear, but an early version of the script featured a huge shout-out to a certain 1977 sci-fi classic which director Steven Spielberg ended up cutting out. And it may not be from the movie you’re thinking about. Discover the story about the one big Ready Player One reference that was abandoned, and learn which huge film franchise Spielberg and his team could not secure the rights to below. Read More »

Exploring Wrinkle in Time Femininity

After seeing A Wrinkle in Time, I was overwhelmed by the fact that this is an entire blockbuster movie that acts as a celebration of women. Even more special and unique is that women of color are always at the forefront of this movie, with director Ava DuVernay leading the charge.

A Wrinkle in Time is very much a movie for children and everyone clearly made the choice to remove most of the darker themes and scenes from the book to create a charming family film. Less focused on being a exact mirror for the book, DuVernay has made A Wrinkle in Time into more of a modern fairytale. A fairytale by women, for young women.

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Westworld season 2 images

HBO has released a new batch of Westworld season 2 images. There are plenty of familiar faces, but these photos also give us our first look at Get Out actress Betty Gabriel in the show. She’s about as far from Georgina as possible here: she’s traded her maid outfit for some body armor and a high-powered rifle. Let’s take a closer look and see what these images might tell us about the new season. Giddy up.
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