Want to read the synopsis for the second season premiere of Titans? Interested in seeing a stage production about the life of Spider-Man artist Steve Ditko? Why does Marc Maron have a problem with comic book movies? Why is Stan Lee‘s daughter lashing out at Marvel/Disney? Did you hear that rumor about Pierce Brosnan playing Alfred in The Batman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
You can already get a healthy dose of Paul Rudd on Netflix thanks to Wet Hot American Summer and the prequel and sequel shows that Netflix delivered about a decade and a half after the indie comedy’s debut. Plus, he can also be seen in Duncan Jones’ sci-fi movie Mute. But his next Netflix project will bridge the worlds of comedy and sci-fi.
Living With Yourself is a new philosophical comedy series that finds Paul Rudd partaking in an experimental treatment that will make him a better person. But the result is him being replaced with a new and improved version of himself, giving us two of Paul Rudd for the price of one, and you can see the two different versions of the ageless Ant-Man actor in the Living With Yourself first look photos that surfaced online. Read More »
Every week, it seems like another high profile filmmaker heads to Netflix to make a movie, and this week it’s Alita: Battle Angel and Sin City director Robert Rodriguez signing up for a new project at the streaming service.
We Can Be Heroes will have Robert Rodriguez writing, directing and producing an original story with Isn’t It Romantic and Baywatch co-star Priyanka Chopra Jonas starring, though the story will focus on a group of kids whose parents are kidnapped by aliens, but it’s not just an alien abduction story. Find out more about this We Can Be Heroes movie below. Read More »
Toy Story 4 surprised the hell out of everyone this summer by actually being a very good sequel that somehow put a better period on the end of the Pixar Animation franchise than the already stellar ending of Toy Story 3. But if you missed your chance to catch the return of Woody and Buzz Lightyear, or you just can’t wait to watch it again, you’ll be happy to hear that both the Toy Story 4 Blu-ray/DVD and Digital release dates have been set for early October. Find out when you can bring Toy Story 4 home below. Read More »
Prop Store is one of the world’s leading film and TV memorabilia auction houses in the business, and next month they’re hosting the sixth annual live auction of various movies and TV props in London, marking the largest sale of these coveted items in the United Kingdom. The auction includes Mace Windu’s lightsaber, a radio-controlled ghost trap from Ghostbusters, a complete Batsuit from Tim Burton’s Batman, a Holy Hand Grenade from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and much more. 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, a group of VFX artists take a closer look at the Alita: Battle Angel visual effects to explain why even the most impressive shots in the film don’t always feel quite right. Plus, a user experience expert reviews how viable certain sci-fi operation systems are, like the holorgram screens in Minority Report and the computers Tony Stark uses to create the first Iron Man suit, and another video looks back at The Real Ghostbusters animated series with some things you may not know about it. Read More »
Would you like to see a Birds of Prey spin-off in the Arrowverse? What would the Krypton season three teaser have shown? Who is Marvel Comics’ new superhero team, Doc Justice and the J-Team? Would Jon Favreau like to direct a Marvel movie again? Did Phase Four plans effect the story for Avengers: Endgame? Do the new X-Men comics hints at how they might debut in the MCU? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Fall is nearly upon us, and while the colder weather outside will have you wanting to curl up on your couch to watch your favorite movies and TV shows, you might want to get a jump on certain titles before they leave Netflix next month. The next purge of titles on the streaming service isn’t taking away a ton of amazing titles, but there are still some modern hits, a few Disney animated favorites, one of the best sketch comedy shows in recent memory, and one of Stanley Kubrick‘s finest leaving the library.
Get the full list of TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in September 2019 below. Read More »
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If you’ve grown tired of the same old Mortal Kombat characters facing off in bloody battles whenever a new iteration of the fighting video game comes around, we have some good, weird news.
Mortal Kombat 11 was released for for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One back in the spring. But so far the only characters available to play have been standard fighters from the previous Mortal Kombat games, as well as some new characters. However, when the first piece of downloadable content arrives, it will bring a few surprising characters with it, like Arnold Schwarzenegger as a T-800 Terminator, The Joker and Spawn. Find out more about the added Mortal Kombat 11 downloadable characters below. Read More »
The Walt Disney Company has made some changes to their calendar of upcoming feature film releases, starting with the delay of the live-action spin-off Cruella, based on the villain of the same name from 101 Dalmatians. But the more interesting news is the three Fox titles that Disney will be releasing in 2020, and two of them don’t really sound like they’re going to do Disney any favors at the box office. Get the updated Disney movie release dates and details on each of the projects below. Read More »