All 10 episodes of the first season of Space Force arrive on Netflix tomorrow. It marks the return of Steve Carell to television comedy, and he’s joined by The Office co-creator Greg Daniels. There’s a good chance you’ll be hunkered down on your couch to binge Space Force since there’s not much else to do, and to ensure that you don’t get hungry, the flavor makers at Ben & Jerry’s have created an official Space Force ice cream called “Boots on the Moooo’n.” Find out what’s in the pint below. Read More »
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 edition, take a look back at the goofy action comedy Surf Ninjas starring Ernie Reyes Sr., Ernie Reyes Jr., Rob Schneider, and Leslie Nielsen. Plus, find out everything you need to know about every iteration of the Batmobile, from the classic 1966 version to the military-grade Tumbler from The Dark Knight trilogy. And finally, find out how to make Totchos from Woody’s Lunch Box from Disney theme parks. Read More »
Henry Cavill‘s Man of Steel might fly again. Cavill hasn’t played Superman since 2017’s Justice League, and there’s been some talk that the actor might be done with the role. But a new report indicates Warner Bros. is in talks with Cavill to play Supes once again – but not in a Man of Steel sequel. Instead, the plan is to have Cavill’s Superman in other DC-related films.
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Will anymore DC Universe shows coming to HBO Max like Doom Patrol? How did a Popeye‘s chicken restaurant make it into the Supergirl movie? When will Marvel’s The Avengers video game be debuting some new gameplay footage? How would James Gunn feel about David Ayer releasing his version of Suicide Squad? How long has the Spider-Man spin-off Jackpot been in the works? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
As the streaming wars rage on, consumers are reaping the benefits of having loads of new content to sift through every month on their various streaming services. We’re here to help, so we’ve highlighted five of the best shows and movies coming to Disney+ and Hulu in June 2020 below if you’re looking for a recommendation. But if you’re like me and you enjoy seeing all of the options available to you, we also have the full lists of new (and old) content coming to both services over the next month. Read More »
Following in the footsteps, or rather the punches and kicks, of the Boss Bitch Fight Challenge, the stop-motion animation studio LAIKA has created their own rendition of the viral TikTok video sensation that has taken the internet by storm. The video begins with LAIKA’s first big screen character Coraline being thrust towards the camera to knock back a Funko POP from The Boxtrolls, and that’s where the animation kicks in, featuring clay, cows, cubes of ice, lemons, and much more taking shots at each other. You can watch it for yourself below. Read More »
Since film festivals from South by Soutwest to Cannes have been forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube are teaming up for We Are One: A Global Film Festival, a free online collection of films from around the world that includes live-action narrative and documentary features and shorts, as well as a selection of animated films, festival panels and discussions, VR content, musical performances and more. It all begins on YouTube starting May 29 and running through June 7. So what movies will be available through the We Are One film festival? Find out below. Read More »
After starring in director Lee Chang-Dong’s international hit Burning in 2018, actor Yoo Ah-in starred in a Korean financial thriller called Default, but his next movie may well be another crossover success. He’s the star of a new genre thriller called #Alive, in which he plays a guy who finds himself seemingly trapped in a high rise during a zombie apocalypse. But he’s not alone: there’s a girl (Shin-Hye Park) living in a nearby building, and the two battle the frothing hordes to get to each other. Check out the first trailer below.
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The clumsy inventor Wallace and his loyal dog Gromit have been gracing our screens for more than 30 years. Aardman Animation’s crowning achievement, Wallace & Gromit feel like it’s been a part of our cultural landscape forever, due in part to the unchanging stop-motion animation and the classic slapstick situations the duo put themselves in. There’s something so reliable about Wallace & Gromit — the duo always look the same, in their doughy claymation style and early 20th century sweater vests; they always get into outsized scrapes involving Wallace’s latest Rube Goldberg invention; and they always come out of their latest misadventure all right.
But Aardman is changing things up in a big way for Wallace & Gromit. The studio is introducing the first Wallace & Gromit augmented reality adventure with Wallace & Gromit: The Big Fix-Up. That’s right, Wallace’s Rube Goldberg devices are about to get interactive.
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As we approach the two and a half months of quarantine from the coronavirus pandemic, we’re waiting to see whether Christopher Nolan’s Tenet can shoulder a burden no other film has had to carry in the modern era: can this one film save movie theaters from oblivion? The action thriller is currently slated to open in July, and while AMC has promised to open its doors in time, one of its biggest theatrical competitors, Regal Cinemas, has not yet made that same commitment.
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