Emma Watson introduces the latest trailer for 'Noah', while the first reactions from critics and audiences have popped up online. The post ‘Noah’ Trailer with Emma Watson Intro; Early Critic Reactions appeared first on Screen Rant.
Titanfall comes out today, one of the first heavily hyped games of the new console generation. How heavily hyped? The TV show is already in the works, and honestly? It looks pretty good. Before you ask, yes, this is live-action, or at least there’s a guy in an outfit running around in an actual physical location.
“Bullsht.” Smosh Games and Screen Junkies got together to make an Honest Trailer about a video game instead of a movie. How did it take so long to start doing this? Their first honest game trailer is about (of course) Mario, the guy we’ve seen do just about every job except plumbing. They decided to tackle the Mario Kart franchise in particular.
Connecticut is America’s most passive-aggressive state. If you don’t believe us, who’s burning video games to admittedly no end whatsoever? Connecticut. Who’s calling 911 to complain about their cable going out? Connecticut. What’s the only state where a meth-dealing priest doesn’t get fired? Connecticut. Show More Summary
“Get away from her, you doodyface!” Carsten Riewe built this costume based on the “Caterpillar P5000 Power Loader” from that awesome fight scene in James Cameron’s Aliens. He and his one-year-old daughter wore the Power Loader costume to the Karneval Parade in his hometown in Germany last month. Riewe says it took him 100 hours to finish the baby Power Loader costume.
A couple of years ago it was announced that there would be a new Cosmos series, patterned after the 1980 series by Carl Sagan, this time featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson. I’m on record as being a huge fan of the original series — I would say that it’s one of the most influential TV series […]
The Last Of Us is getting a movie, as wrong-headed as that idea is. But really, if inFamous were going to hit screens, it would have happened by now. So we’ll just have to settle for this ad for inFamous: Second Son to know what might have been… but hey, it’s a really good ad.
Robert Rodriguez just tweeted the first trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (AKA Crotch Injuries Aplenty, Part Two), set to The Glitch Mob’s “Can’t Kill Us” off their new album. We also have a few pictures of Josh Brolin playing...Show More Summary
Screen Rant visits the set of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' and chats with Anthony Mackie about playing Falcon, joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe and hopefully, The Avengers. The post Captain America 2 Set Interview: Anthony Mackie Talks Falcon & The Avengers appeared first on Screen Rant.
Just in case you’ve been thinking that Thor: The Dark World was pretty light on filler scenes and needless conversation, Marvel has been releasing some deleted scenes to let us know how the movie might have looked if it was several minutes longer. Show More Summary
South Park: The Stick of Truth came out yesterday, unless you’re in Germany. The Germans are still waiting while their copies have all the swastikas digitally removed. Other countries are getting censored versions with these two scenes...Show More Summary
So the JoCoCruiseCrazy IV was amazing. I have many feelings and memories and pictures to share, but I’m in this sad little bag of post-cruise ennui, and until I can get past it, here’s a video that the amazing Molly Lewis shot on the cruise.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is out today, but gamers in Australia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East will be getting a censored version. Specifically, two scenes involving anal probing and abortion were censored. Now The Escapist...Show More Summary
'Batman vs. Superman' costume designer Michael Wilkinson talks about his approach to redesigning Wonder Woman for the big screen. The post ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Costume Designer Talks ‘Relevant’ Wonder Woman appeared first on Screen Rant.
A followup to the equally catchy remix of Breaking Bad seasons 1 and 2, this newly released mashup from YouTuber placeboing draws on memorable scenes from the show's final three seasons to yield one highly addictive earworm. This should go without saying, but here be spoilers. Read more...
How It Should Have Ended has returned with another animated alternate ending to a big budget movie. They’ve already provided improved versions of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaaaaaug as well as World War Z, Iron Man 3, and Thor: The Dark World. Show More Summary
Joel Silver sat down for an interview with Coming Soon and one of the more interesting aspects is the tale of Terry Gilliam’s version of Watchmen that we almost got. From Slashfilm: When it finally opened in 2009, Watchmen had been developing for decades under a great many different people. Show More Summary
If you’ll allow me to get personal for a second, it was about a year ago that I sat by my grandmother’s bedside as the final stage of Alzheimer’s Disease deteriorated her health to the point that her “do not resuscitate” order kicked in and she was, well, not resuscitated. Show More Summary
Brad Willis is a writer, reporter, and aspiring author. His personal blog is Rapid Eye Reality. Let’s just deal with the elephant in the room right from the start, because it can get stompy, and I don’t want anything to get broken. I can hear you muttering at your screen, “Brad Willis? Who the hell [...]
Lionsgate may have horribly mismanaged their theatrical promotion for Dredd, but the film still had fans and did great DVD sales from word of mouth. Dan loved it and I suggested the tagline, “Everyone gets shot in the face.” That’s high praise, by the way. Show More Summary