Predator: Hunting Grounds recently brought the film franchise back to the video game world with a first-person shooter game that allows you to either be part of a team of soldiers on various missions in the jungle or a Predator who kills the soldiers one-by-one. Now that the game has been out for a little while, some downloadable content is on the way, and the first downloadable bonus content for the game will be very exciting for fans of the original Predator, because it’s bringing back Arnold Schwarzenegger as Dutch. There’s even a whole backstory about where he’s been since 1987. Read More »
Bottleneck Gallery is back with a new batch of collectible prints to cover your walls with some gorgeous pop culture art. This time, they’ve got artist Hugh Fleming delivering a golden adventure in the form of a new Indiana Jones print for Raiders of the Lost Ark. And for those who might prefer their action and adventure in space, Tom Walker has created a trio of The Mandalorian prints featuring the bounty hunter and some of his allies, each with a different color scheme. See them all below. Read More »
Brahms: The Boy II was lucky enough to open in theaters before the coronavirus pandemic shut them all down. But the horror sequel will find more of an audience at home now that it’s available on digital and is set to arrive on Blu-ray/DVD next week.
With the home video release just around the corner, we have an exclusive Brahms: The Boy II deleted scene to share with you, featuring Katie Holmes panicking about the strange experiences she’s had with the creepy doll called Brahms. Plus, for all you horror fans who like free stuff, we’re giving away several copies of Brahms: The Boy II on Blu-ray. All you have to do is follow the instructions below to enter. Read More »
The Harry Potter franchise wouldn’t be the global phenomenon it was today without the book that started it all, Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone (The Philospher’s Stone when it was first published in the U.K.). And while we’re all stuck in quarantine, everyone has taken to revisiting things they love. And all the stars and featured players of the Harry Potter franchise are doing the same, through the Harry Potter at Home initiative launched by J.K. Rowling back in April.
The chosen one himself, Daniel Radcliffe, kicked things off with a video reading of the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone earlier this week. And picking up the baton for the second chapter is adult Hermione from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Noma Dumezweni.
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Andy Serkis, a guy who knows a thing or two about The Hobbit, is about to devote himself to a 12-hour live-stream for charity. Tomorrow, May 8, Serkis will live-stream himself doing a continuous reading of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit from start to finish, a task that is likely to take about 12 hours. And it’s bound to be more entertaining than the Hobbit trilogy movies.
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Even though there’s a LEGO version of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry available as a massive playset, it’s unfortunately scaled to microfigures instead of the standard Harry Potter LEGO minifigures. But over the past couple years, LEGO has been releasing small chunks of Hogwarts, allowing builders to combine them into a larger set. That tradition is continuing with a new trio of Harry Potter LEGO sets bringing to life a few new areas from Hogwarts, including a secret location and a spot outside the castle. Read More »
Star Wars Day has come and gone, but for super-collector Steve Sansweet, every day is an opportunity to celebrate the beloved sci-fi saga. That’s because he’s the owner of the largest collection of Star Wars memorabilia in the world, officially documented by Guinness World Records. The collection is housed in California in a facility known as Rancho Obi-Wan, and in honor of Star Wars Day earlier this week, a virtual video tour of the massive collection of over 500,000 Star Wars items has been made available. Read More »
Daniel Radcliffe will always be thankful for his time spent leading the Harry Potter franchise, but the actor is undoubtedly happy to have moved on from the wizarding world. The multi-billion dollar franchise has afforded him a lot of freedom to take on whatever roles he wants, whether it’s a peculiar indie like Swiss Army Man or a wild action thriller Guns Akimbo. But in these uncertain times, Daniel Radcliffe realizes everyone needs a little inspiration, which is why he’s taken the time to get involved with the Harry Potter at Home initiative with a new reading of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Read More »
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Bottleneck Gallery has a new collaboration with Eyeland Prints showcasing artist Ben Harman’s latest additions to his ongoing classic Disney castle series. But that’s not all, because if you prefer the darkness of Gotham City, artist Mark Chilcott also has you covered with a batch of new Batman prints, each one featuring a different version of The Caped Crusader in the stunning cityscape he protects every night. Check out the new Ben Harman Disney castle prints and Mark Chilcott Batman prints below. Read More »
Roger Deakins, the cinematographer behind Barton Fink, No Country For Old Men, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Blade Runner 2049, 1917, and so much more, now has his own podcast. Co-hosted with his wife and collaborator James Deakins, the podcast – titled Team Deakins – features the cinematographer talking about the tricks of the trade, including lighting, location scouting, and more. Think of it as a film school for your ears.
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