The demon Bughuul continues to menace families in Sinister 2, which sees the return of original writers Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill and features a new director, Ciaran Foy (Citadel) after Derrickson went over to Marvel to make Doctor Strange. There’s also a new cast, including Shannyn Sossamon, James Ransone, and Robert and Dartanian Sloan, playing characters caught in a nightmare of film footage and the evil it depicts. Check out the Sinister 2 trailer after the break. Read More »
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Marvel has finally revealed a character poster from Avengers: Age of Ultron‘s most mysterious character, Vision. Played by Paul Bettany, he’s created by Ultron using Tony Stark’s J.A.R.V.I.S technology. What happens from there, we don’t really know. Marvel and Disney have kept the character incredibly well-concealed. Case in point, this poster comes several months after the other Avengers: Age of Ultron character posters were revealed. We saw more toys of the character than actual full body images, so this is pretty exciting.
Below, check out the Avengers: Age of Ultron Vision poster and read more about the character. Read More »
When Eastenders actor Ben Hardy was cast in X-Men Apocalypse, everyone thought he was playing Angel. Bryan Singer even posted concept art of Angel in the movie, but there was no mention of Hardy. Reports denied the actor was playing the winged X-Man, creating some confusion. Now, the director has confirmed Hardy is Angel, and he’s even revealed some new concept art to illustrate the character. Check out the X-Men Apocalypse Angel concept art below. Read More »
Marvel fans have held their breath waiting to see the final costume design for Daredevil that will appear in the character’s Netflix series which debuts as soon as the calendar turns to April 10. (That is, all thirteen episodes will be available at midnight tonight.) Last night, an image leaked that purported to show the suit, and now Netflix has released a video confirming the image. Check out the Daredevil red suit via an official video below. Read More »
Brad Bird has finally turned his attention from tomorrow to the incredible. The director is finishing up Tomorrowland, the film he chose to do over Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and has started to look towards his next project. Thankfully for him, his next project was kind of revealed over a year ago. That’s when Disney CEO Bob Iger told investors Pixar was beginning work on The Incredibles 2 and, now that Bird is free again, it seems he’s begun work on it. Read More »
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After a leaked image and a dude’s photo on Instagram, 20th Century Fox has finally released an official image of The Thing in Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four. It comes alongside two other images that push a very interesting, sci-fi vibe for the film. Check them all out below. Read More »
With his dark, brooding nature and penchant for shadows, Batman is everything a cowboy isn’t. But what happens if you mash the two archetypes together? You can the Square Enix Batman Timeless Wild West figure currently available for pre-order. Check it out below. Read More »
IMAX film stock is large. And that means, it needs a larage light to shine through it in order to project on those massive screens. We rarely think about that kind of thing when we’re watching a movie but the light bulb in a projector could not be more important. Especially an IMAX projector.
So what does an IMAX lightbulb look like and how do you change one? A new video shows you the process and it’s pretty fascinating. Check out the IMAX lightbulb video below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 by David Chen
David, Devindra, and Jeff wonder why Showtime announced Twin Peaks at all, praise the audacity of The ABC’s of Death Part 2, and get in an intense debate about House of Cards: Season 3. Be sure to read up on why Netflix’s nostalgia is squelching creativity and why House of Cards insults your intelligence.
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