Page 2: Batman, Stanley Kubrick, Predator, Anna Faris, The Shining, Star Wars, Watchmen, Scott Pilgrim, Harry Potter, Godfather, Black Swan
Posted on Wednesday, June 29th, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
AICN posted this awesome vintage behind the scenes photo featuring George Lucas and the star destroyer model on the set of Empire Strikes Back.
Netflix and Open Road Films announced “a multi-year agreement to bring movies distributed theatrically by Open Road Films exclusively to Netflix for digital streaming in the “pay TV window,” after their release on DVD.”
Admiral Ackbar tattoo.
Apple has begun issuing refunds to angry users who bought Final Cut Pro X.
The Godfather… recreated in… Bacon?
Pajiba lists their 10 most anticipated films of 2013.
Mr. Whaite created this video game illustration for The Shining.
Movie tie-in games are commonplace these days, but back in the early ’80s when video games were still in their infancy, they were few and far between. On 22nd May 1980, Pac-man was launched – the next day, Kubrick’s The Shining was released. Both contain mazes, ghosts and chasing. If Warner Brothers had licensed Midway to make a movie tie-in game at the time, the advert may have looked like this…
Listverse lists the Top 10 Movies About Unusual Families.
Yet another poster for Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
The Hunger Games won’t be in Hall H at Comic Con this year.
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