jessica jones season 2 featurette

Jessica Jones is unlike any female superhero we’ve seen before. And it’s thanks to the fantastic women in front of and behind the camera that we’re getting to see her for a second season in Netflix’s Jessica Jones.

The newest featurette for the best Marvel Netflix series spotlights the women of Jessica Jones. Not just its incredible, multi-faceted characters played by Krysten Ritter, Rachael Raylor, and Carrie-Anne Moss, but its bold creator and showrunner Melissa Rosenberg.

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Star Wars The Last Jedi Visual Effects Featurettes

Most of the hype for the Oscars, as usual, surrounds the nominees for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress, but the technical awards deserve some attention too. Case in point: Industrial Light and Magic has been showing off all the hard work they put into Star Wars: The Last Jedi with its impressive array of visual effects.

A few new Star Wars The Last Jedi VFX featurettes have surfaced online showing how Andy Serkis was turned into Supreme Leader Snoke, how the climactic Battle of Crait was created, and the immense amount of detail that went into one massive digital set extension. Read More »

ready player one contest

Real VR has nothing on the Oasis on Ready Player One. But alas, the completely immersive technology in Steven Spielberg‘s upcoming science-fiction movie is decades away from existence.

But you can get a little taste of what it would be like to enter the virtual world of the Oasis with a new Ready Player One contest: the Join the Leaderboard sweepstakes.

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Molly's Game Aaron Sorkin Interview Clip

Last year, The West Wing and The Social Network writer Aaron Sorkin made his directorial debut with the true story of Molly’s Game. Based on the memoir of the same name by Molly Bloom and adapted by Sorkin himself, the film follows a young woman as she goes from an Olympic athlete to running an exclusive high-stakes private poker game catering to Hollywood’s finest, athletes, billionaires, politicians, and financial titans.

Molly’s Game is nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay at the Academy Awards, and before the movie arrives on home video this spring, we have an exclusive treat for you. Aaron Sorkin sat down for an interview about making his directorial debut and how it compares to the experience of writing a film and letting someone else bring it to life on screen. Read More »

Star Wars Sound Design Documetnary

The home video release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be chock full of special features that dive into the making of the movie. Not only is director Rian Johnson providing commentary, but there will be a feature length documentary going behind the scenes of the film’s production. But since that won’t be available until next month, a new 26-minute documentary short about the sound design and sound mixing done for the film will have to hold us over.

ABC News was given extensive access to Skywalker Sound, and they’ve put together a fascinating and revealing documentary called The Force of Sound that dives into the creation of the sound effects for a movie that is literally out of this world in a galaxy far, far away. Want to know how the sounds of the Porgs were created? What do foley artists use to make the sound of BB-8 rolling on the ground? This is the documentary for you. Read More »

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In Thoroughbreds, two childhood friends reunite, and promptly bring out each other’s destructive tendencies. The black comedy stars indie film stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke. Below, a Thoroughbreds clip introduces you to “the technique.”

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Wondering about the who, which, and whatsit of A Wrinkle in Time? Well, the newest clips, TV spots, and featurettes for the upcoming Disney sci-fi film are here to answer your questions. Kind of.

Specifically, your questions about Mrs. Who, Mrs. Which, and Mrs. Whatsit, the celestial beings played by Mindy Kaling, Oprah Winfrey, and Reese Witherspoon, respectively. While the marketing for the film has been focused on Storm Reid‘s Meg Murry, we can now gain a better idea of who these glamorous, inhuman beings are.

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Thor Ragnarok Deleted Scene

Thor: Ragnarok is now available to buy on digital download, and that includes all of the special features that come with it. Besides the new Team Darryl short film featuring The Grandmaster coming to Earth and moving in with Thor’s old roommate, fans have taken notice of a certain deleted scene that brings back a Marvel Cinematic Universe character from beyond the grave.

In order to effectively discuss this Thor Ragnarok deleted scene, we’ll have to dive into spoiler territory for another Marvel Studios movie, so if you’re not caught up on the MCU, then you may not want to read any further. You’ve been warned! Read More »

Star Wars The Last Jedi Visual Effects

We just found out Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be arriving on digital download on March 13, 2018 and on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray disc on March 27, 2018. The release will feature all sorts of special features, including a full director’s commentary and a feature length documentary about the making of the film. But before that, we’ve got something else cool for hungry Star Wars fans.

Industrial Light and Magic has just released a short video about the visual effects that went into creating the opening space battle, where the Resistance tries to hold off First Order fighters while bombers slowly make their way over the surface of the massive Dreadnought. This The Last Jedi visual effects breakdown shows how footage entirely generated with visual effects was combined with green screen set coverage to create the exciting action sequence. Check it out. Read More »

Making of Early Man

Even though Black Panther is the talk of Hollywood right now, there’s another movie that opened last weekend that deserves our attention, and that’s Aardman Animation’s latest production Early Man.

In an age when computer animation is so prominent, stop-motion animated has gone by the wayside. But thankfully studios like Aardman Animation are keeping it alive be creating fantastic feature length adventures using clay models that move frame-by-frame. Early Man is one of those films, and you can take a look at the step-by-step process of how this film is made with an extensive batch of behind the scenes featurettes below. Read More »