Ant-Man and the Wasp Featurette

Ant-Man and the Wasp are at it again in yet another new featurette showcasing the upcoming Marvel film. The sequel to Marvel’s light and frothy Ant-Man comes on the heels of all the d0om-and-gloom of Avengers: Infinity War, and might just be what fans need right now. Watch the Ant-Man and the Wasp featurette below.

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Stranger Things Featurette

If Netflix’s Stranger Things is functioning correctly, you’re not consciously noticing all of the show’s little details that fill out the backgrounds of its 1980s-set world. But industry veterans are currently putting in their votes for this year’s Emmy Awards, which means Netflix actively wants to showcase all of the work that goes into creating Hawkins, Indiana and the spooky world of The Upside Down.

Check out this Stranger Things featurette that reveals how the show’s production team built those tunnels in season 2, and how a Sears catalogue is one of the most important assets in bringing the sets to life. Read More »

Infinity War behind the scenes

Avengers: Infinity War is loaded with VFX – landscapes, costumes, and even entire characters like Thanos are conjured up via computer effects. If you’ve ever wanted to see what the raw footage, void of post-production effects, might look like, feel free to marvel at the Infinity War behind the scenes video below.

Spoilers ahead if you’re one of the only people who hasn’t seen this yet.

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Jurassic World Without Special Effects

Ever wonder what a big special-effects driven blockbuster might look like before the effects get added? Wonder no more! A video showcasing Jurassic World without visual effects is here to make you feel awkward!

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mindhunter video

One of the memorable aspects of the David Fincher-produced serial killer drama Mindhunter is the incredible performance of Cameron Britton. Britton plays real-life serial killer Ed Kemper, and his work on the show is chilling and attention-grabbing. In a new Mindhunter video, Britton shows us his transformation into the character.

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Bumblebee Featurette

Last week brought the first teaser trailer for the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee. The film focuses on the vocally-challenged, signature yellow Autobot who has been a cornerstone of the entire franchise right alongside Optimus Prime. Now, Bumblebee finds himself on his own in what is something of an origin story for the character as he goes on an adventure that happens decades before the first installment of the Transformers movies.

A new Bumblebee featurette has arrived with a focus on director Travis Knight, the man who has done wonders with stop-motion animation at LAIKA. After directing Kubo and the Two Strings and having his hand in LAIKA’s other projects such as Coraline and ParaNorman, Knight hopes to bring some of that mesmerizing storytelling to the Transformers universe. Read More »

Tag Movie Clip

Don’t be surprised if you see adults regressing back to their childhood after they see this summer’s comedy Tag.

The feature directorial debut from television and stand-up special director Jeff Tomsic follows Ed Helms, Hannibal Buress, Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner and Jake Johnson as a group of five friends who have been playing a game of tag intermittently for around 30 years. Based on a surprisingly true story, the film brings a mix of stylized action and comedy together for a movie that could be the sleeper hit of the summer. Read More »

Incredibles 2 Featurette

If you can’t wait to see Pixar Animation bring back The Incredibles for another round of superheroics, we have something that might hold you over until then.

A new Incredibles 2 featurette has arrived online to set the stage for the animated sequel that brings back Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl along with their kids Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack as they deal with the unique trials and tribulations of being a family where everyone just so happens to have super powers. There’s plenty of new footage on display here, but it borders on the point of showing a little too much, so if you’re already sold on this movie, then you might not want to watch. Otherwise, enjoy! Read More »

Black Panther VFX Breakdown

Visual effects have become so advanced that many times it’s difficult to tell what is real and what is created in post-production. Digital effects can be used to create digital doubles of actors, create entire environments, or make any of these things disappear from any given shot.

When it comes to Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters, you’d be hard-pressed to find a movie that didn’t have some kind of visual effect in it somewhere. And in the case of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, they’re all over the place. While many of these visual effects can be easy to spot, some are quite seamless, especially in the fast-paced car chase through South Korea. Check out the Black Panther VFX breakdown of this sequence below to see what we’re talking about. Read More »

christopher nolan memento video

Memento wasn’t Christopher Nolan‘s first film, but it was the film that put him on the map. In a vintage interview, Nolan breaks out the chalkboard to break down the complex narrative structure of Memento.

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