/Film’s Peter Sciretta and Ben Pearson are currently in Las Vegas, Nevada attending CinemaCon, the convention for movie theater owners. In addition to their podcast coverage of the panel presentations from the major studios and their video tour of the movie posters and standees on display, the duo ventured onto the convention show floor to see if they could find the newest innovations in movie theater concessions – but mostly to subject Ben to taste-testing the weirdest foods they could find. Take a look below.
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The final season of Game of Thrones is coming in April. If you’re a hardcore fan of the HBO fantasy series, then you might already be planning your own premiere party. But don’t wrap up the grocery list just yet, because there’s one item you’re gonna want to get ahold of for your gathering.
HBO and Brewery Ommegang have announced an official Game of Thrones beer that will arrive early in April, just in time to celebrate the final season premiere of the series on Sunday, April 14. It’s called For the Throne, and you can find out all about it below. Read More »
Hellboy already received an official whiskey a couple years ago. But Big Red likes his booze, so it should come as no surprise that Mike Mignola‘s hellish hero has inspired a new series of six craft beers from Oregon’s Gigantic Brewing Company. Starting in March, there will be a new beer released roughly every seven weeks that pays tribute to a specific character from the Hellboy comics. Below you can find out more about the Hellboy beers, including when you can get them, and how you can be the first to try them. Read More »
We’ve seen whiskey inspired by recent movies like Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Blade Runner 2049, but a new smooth bourbon whiskey is on the way that pays tribute to a fan favorite movie from all the way back in 1987.
Silver Screen Bottling Company and Fox Studios are partnering to release Dutch Bourbon Whiskey, inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s lead character Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer from the sci-fi action classic Predator. Find out how to get your hands on this Predator whiskey below. Read More »
For years, every studio in Hollywood has wanted to cash in on the cinematic universe craze. Now that fervor has spread beyond Hollywood and reached…the cereal industry? General Mills, the food company behind ubiquitous brands like Cheerios and Cocoa Puffs, wants to launch the cinematic universe you’ve been craving all this time: a General Mills Cereal Monsters universe. Seriously.
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Last year, the pop culture fanatics at FYE made the dreams of Rugrats fans come true by releasing a real life Reptar chocolate bar filled with green frosting. It was a fun way to cash in on the nostalgia for the fan favorite Nicktoon of children of the ’90s, but it sounds like they may have heard the cries of some fans who were hoping for a more authentic recreation of the cartoon treat.
FYE is releasing a new and improved Reptar bar that is actually in the shape of the Godzilla rip-off that Tommy Pickles and his friends were so obsessed with on Rugrats. And the good news is that the candy concoction is still filled with frosting that turns your tongue green. Find out how and when to get it below. Read More »
There’s already a documentary being filmed about the last Blockbuster Video store in operation in the United States up in Bend, Oregon. And that’s about to get a little more exciting with the unveiling of an official Blockbuster beer.
The 10 Barrel Brewing company, owned by Anheuser-Busch, is releasing a limited edition Blockbuster inspired beer that will be released at a special block party at the surviving video store. And there are only a handful of places you’ll be able to get it after that. Find out more about the Last Blockbuster beer below. Read More »
CNN will bid goodbye to Anthony Bourdain with a shortened seven-episode final season this fall. The final season of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is set to air on its parent network in fall 2018, months after the beloved globe-trotting chef tragically passed away in June.
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San Diego Comic-Con is full of special experiences and installations, trying to convince fans to check out the latest movies and TV shows that Hollywood has to offer. However, this year’s convention had a surprising installation that came out of left field but was welcomed with open arms just the same.
Inspired by the 1993 sci-fi action blockbuster Demolition Man (starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock), the fast food chain Taco Bell decided to make good on the prediction made by the film for the year 2032, when the movie takes place. You see, in the future, Taco Bell apparently won what is dubbed the “franchise wars,” and every restaurant in the merged metropolis of San Angeles is now a Taco Bell. So Comic-Con was treated to an upscale Taco Bell dining experience that is way fancier than anything you’ve ever gotten from their drive-thru, and we checked it out first-hand. Read More »
In 1993, Warner Bros. released Demolition Man, a sci-fi action film that starred Sylvester Stallone as a present day cop who’s cryogenically frozen until being thawed out in the future to apprehend his greatest nemesis. It’s somehow terrible and wonderful at the same time.
It’s been 25 years since the film came out, and to celebrate, Warner Bros. is planning a Demolition Man Comic-Con pop-up at next month’s convention in San Diego. And if you’ve seen the movie, you probably know where this is going: yep, Taco Bell is going to be involved. Read More »