Peter and Kitra have only four hours to experience Universal Studios Hollywood, so what did they decide to do? How many rides and attractions can you accomplish on a busy Summer day at Universal?

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Jurassic Park Mondo

A couple of years ago, Mondo – the company best known for selling stylish pop culture art – expanded out into creating board games, including one based on the John Carpenter film The Thing. The company has released a few other games since then, but perhaps none as interesting as Unmatched, which is a collaboration with Restoration Games. The tabletop/card game is a game system in which players move miniatures around on a board while using cards to attack and defend, and the game’s title comes from its ridiculous match-ups of characters: Robin Hood vs. Bigfoot, for example.

Soon, some of the characters from Steven Spielberg’s 1993 classic Jurassic Park will become playable characters in Unmatched – yes, including the film’s raptors. Get the details about this new Jurassic Park Mondo collaboration below. Read More »

The Walking Dead movie trailer

We knew there was a Walking Dead movie on the way – three of them, in fact – but until today, we were all under the impression that those films were supposed to be made-for-TV movies which would debut on AMC, the same network home of the zombie series.

But today at The Walking Dead Comic-Con panel, we got a game-changing update: The Walking Dead movie is actually coming exclusively to theaters, courtesy of Universal Pictures. Check out the first trailer for the film below.
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Jurassic Park Shaving Cream Cryo Can

Last summer, we learned Chronicle Collectibles would be releasing one of the most well-known props from Jurassic Park. No, it’s not a dinosaur, but it just might have the stuff you need to create your own dinosaurs.

The Jurassic Park shaving cream cryo can that Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight) uses to steal dinosaur DNA from InGen is now available for pre-order from Chronicle Collectibles, and it looks even better than we thought it would. Check out the Jurassic Park shaving cream cryo can below. Read More »

Hobbs and Shaw Featurettes

The end of summer needs a little energy. Thankfully, Fast and Furious is doing us the favor of presenting us with the blockbuster treasure that is Hobbs and Shaw. The action franchise spin-off will bring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham back together as their characters from the Fast films are reluctantly forced to work together. But even though Hobbs and Shaw may not like working with each other, Johnson and Statham love it, and that’s especially true when director David Leitch is in charge.

See them all enjoying their jobs in a batch of Hobbs and Shaw featurettes below, and discover the one joke Idris Elba thought was a little too on the nose to make it into the movie. Read More »

Good Boys Red Band Trailer

The raunchy side of comedy is usually reserved for the likes of high school and college. But the next generation is growing up faster and faster these days, and kids in middle school can be total jerks. That’s why we’re not surprised that Superbad writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have taken a nasty dive into adolescence by producing the R-rated comedy Good Boys. And it’s clear that the movie’s Bean Bag Boys (Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon, and Keith L. Williams) are not ready for everything growing up has to offer, especially when it involves, drugs, parties, and totally misunderstanding sex. Read More »

Ghostbusters Halloween Horror Nights Maze

There’s going to be something strange in your neighborhood if you head to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios this fall. The theme park has announced a new Ghostbusters Halloween Horror Nights maze opening at both Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort for the special spooky holiday event that happens every fall. Watch a cool teaser trailer below and find out what the new maze will entail below. Read More »

yesterday script changes

Yesterday, the latest film from director Danny Boyle, had one of the all-time great movie premises: what if a struggling musician woke up to realize that the rest of the world had forgotten the music of The Beatles? The movie hit theaters at the end of last month and has made $68 million worldwide so far on a reported $26 million budget – not exactly a runaway hit, but not a failure, either.

Now writer Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Four Weddings and a Funeral, About Time) is sounding off about some of the alterations Boyle made to the screenplay, and you can judge for yourselves whether you think these Yesterday script changes improved or worsened the final product. Warning: spoilers ahead. Read More »

We rode Jurassic World: The Ride. We encountered baby Raptors and triceratops and explored all the new merch. And today completes our initial adventures to Jurassic World as we take a look at the new food options. Universal Studios Hollywood has completely revamped the menu for the Jurassic Cafe and built a new bar with the puntastic name Isla Nu-bar. What did we think of the new food and drink options? Watch our latest video to find out!

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invisible man cast

Oliver Jackson-Cohen is about to get transparent for The Invisible Man. The Haunting of Hill House star has landed the titular role in Blumhouse’s horror reboot, which also stars Elisabeth Moss. Leigh Whannel is directing this new take on the tale, which subverts the original story about a mad scientist who ends up turning himself invisible.

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