The King's Man Special Look

If you forgot there was going to be yet another Kingsman movie, that’s okay – I’m sure many others did as well. The film, a prequel called The King’s Man, has had its release date shuffled multiple times – and not just because of COVID-19. The flick was originally due out in 2019, but is now set to open this holiday season. For those who need the reminder, there’s a new The King’s Man special look below that goes behind the scenes of the upcoming Matthew Vaughn movie.  Read More »

Tom Cruise has been known to hang off the side of planes and even HALO-jump out of them on occasion. In Top Gun: Maverick, he’s moved from the side of the plane to the cockpit — and the camera has gone with him.

A new video sheds some light on the Rialto, a camera extension system developed specifically for this movie, which enabled the filmmakers to put not one but six cameras in a fighter jet with Cruise.

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Loki Sylvie Featurette

After the identity of the time-hopping Variant criminal on Loki was revealed in the show’s second episode, this week allowed us to spend more time with the female version of the God of Mischief. Well, at least it seems like she could be Lady Loki, but the character played by Sophia Di Martino prefers to be called Sylvie, which could make her a different character altogether.

A new Loki featurette shines a light on the new character’s mischievous ways, and it also hints at what’s to come in the remaining three episodes, including the fate of the Sacred Timeline. Read More »

Candyman Juneteenth featurette

Remember Candyman? We’ve been excited about director Nia DaCosta‘s modern take on the 1990s horror classic for years, and after being delayed due to the pandemic, we’re finally only a couple of months away from being able to see it for ourselves.

The film doesn’t come out until the end of August, but to celebrate Juneteenth, Universal released a new Candyman featurette in which DaCosta talks about what the newly federally recognized holiday means for the Black community and how some of those feelings are explored in her new take on this property. Read More »

nobody clip exclusive

Nobody, the movie that turned Bob Odenkirk into an action star, is now on digital and headed to Blu-ray next week. In honor of the home media release, we’re debuting an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip that shows off how the film’s brutal, bloody bus fight sequence was put together, first in a pre-visulation stage and then on set.

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black widow featurette action

For years, fans have been asking Marvel when they were going to make a standalone Black Widow movie. And for years, the Marvel response has been, “Eh, we’ll get around to it eventually.” Eventually is now, because Black Widow is headed to theaters and Disney+ in July (although it really feels like Marvel waited too long for this one, but I digress). Tickets for the film are now on sale, and with that news comes a new behind-the-scenes featurette that showcases all the big, loud, explosion-filled action in the movie.

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the sandman easter eggs

This week, Netflix revealed a first look at its highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s The Sandman comics — kind of. Rather, we saw a behind-the-scenes preview given by none other than Gaiman himself, who toured the U.K.-based Shepperton Studios where the fantasy-horror series is being made. And in that behind-the-scenes video, Gaiman was introduced to all sorts of props and pieces of concept art as he explored the set.

But were there any Easter eggs or details we could glean from the short behind-the-scenes video? More than you think.

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Ghostbusters Afterlife Behind-the-Scenes

Yesterday was Ghostbusters Day, and we were all expecting some hot Ghostbuster content to go along with that since Ghostbusters: Afterlife is headed to theaters this year. But, oddly enough, there really wasn’t much to talk about. Even odder still is the fact that today, not yesterday, we’ve got a brand new behind-the-scenes video about Ghostbusters: Afterlife. This would’ve been perfect for Ghostbusters Day, Sony Pictures! Just putting that out there!

In any case, the featurette isn’t so much about Ghostbusters: Afterlife as it is about director Jason Reitman following in the footsteps of his father, original Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman.

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the sandman behind the scenes

When Neil Gaiman conceived of the twisted, terrifying, expansive world of The Sandman more than 30 years ago, it was limited to the pages of a comic book — and to his own strange mind. But soon we’re going to get an idea of what it’s like to step into Gaiman’s dreams with Netflix’s The Sandman TV series, the long-awaited screen adaptation of Gaiman’s award-winning comics. But could real-life even begin to replicate the wild wonders of the the Sandman comics? According to Gaiman, who introduces this new behind-the-scenes sneak peek released during Netflix’s Geeked Week, they get pretty close.

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WandaVision VFX Reel

We’re about to get a new Marvel series on Disney+ (that would be Loki), but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce about WandaVision. Remember WandaVision, kids? I’m sure you do – it was a big deal when it dropped onto Disney’s streaming service back in January (Was it really that long ago? Yikes). While WandaVision has come to a close (unless we get a second season; I’m using a lot of parentheticals in this story), why don’t we take a look back at all the hard – and often invisible – VFX work that went into creating the series?

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