They're on the move, scrambling on paws and wings to find refuge from a planetary catastrophe. No, I'm not talking about the computer-generated birds and beasts fleeing the flood in the blockbuster movie Noah. As a scientist, I see many...Show More Summary
We've seen big movies throw big Google Hangouts before, but The Amazing Spider-Man 2 wants you to get your wallets out for this one, too. On Monday, the cast of Sony's May 2 blockbuster and director Marc Webb will host the first ever...Show More Summary
You're always looking ahead in today's blockbuster world. It's not enough to have one huge movie. You've got to plan for the sequel as well. So while a select group are psyched for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, some are looking beyond the film, seeking the truth behind The Amazing Spider-Man 3. Show More Summary
It's been almost 20 years since Jon Favreau's breakthrough movie. Writing Swingers, he thought it might get him some acting work; he never imagined the career he would have behind the camera. Now, after tackling a few blockbusters and helping set the Marvel cinematic universe on its current trajectory, Favreau... More »
Another blockbuster movie, another disappointing movie tie-in game. Captain America: The Winter Soldier - The Official Game wears out its welcome before you can even finish saying the title. The post Captain America: The Winter Soldier – The Official Game Review appeared first on 148Apps.
He’ll blow your minds – and ear drums – with his new album “Hart Beats.” In celebration of Ride Along on Blu-ray and DVD on 4/15, here’s some exclusive outtakes and promotions from the blockbuster movie! Turn the pages for
Pharrell produced Alicia Keys’s Kendrick Lamar collab “It’s On Again,” the big first single from the soundtrack to the would-be summer blockbuster The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Pharrell also had more to do with the movie’s soundtrack, and his contributions include a collaboration with the deeply random duo of Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and film-score A-lister [...]
Do you remember the blockbuster movie "Inception"? Well, this video from Daniel Eastvold is a whole lot like that, with levels upon levels upon levels upon levels... but with a single dog named Holiday barking instead. Yeah, that's right: Dogception. Via Tastefully Offensive
Gareth Edwards’ new Godzilla is winning the unofficial marketing war of somehow selling audiences on his upcoming blockbuster without giving away the best parts of the movie. Even though we have seen multiple trailers and TV spots for Godzilla, it feels like we haven’t seen a crystal-clear image of the titular beastie. Show More Summary
They weren't summer blockbusters. They aren't massive cult hits either. They're simply superb dramas, amusing comedies, and perfectly middle-of-the-road thrillers from the 90s that could easily add some cinematic thank you, finally! without giving away the streaming game.
Ad hoc is our movie, television, and general nerdery podcast where a bunch of geeks get together to talk everything from the best flicks of 80s to the current blockbusters in the theater. This week Georgia, Guy, Rob, Rene, and Dave,Show More Summary
Rita Ora is known for her singing, not her acting. But the British songstress already knows the cardinal rule of blockbuster movie making. Tease... don't tell. Ora, who did eight auditions the land the role of Christian Grey's sister...Show More Summary
Dystopian fiction ruled the night as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire captured the top prize at Sunday's 2014 MTV Movie Awards, to no one's surprise. The blockbuster film picked up the golden popcorn-shaped statuette for the evening's biggest award, Movie of the Year. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Last year, the MTV Movie Awards moved up its broadcast date from June to April to incorporate a summer movie plug-fest. Sunday night's show cemented that change, as clips from anticipated blockbusters debuted at the madcap ceremony.
Because awards season never ends, it's time for the 2014 MTV Movie Awards are here. Conan O'Brien hosted the annual celebration of blockbusters and tween favorites (holler, Bella Thorne and Tyler Posey), where "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "American Hustle" tied for the most nominations with eight. Show More Summary
Submitted by Elaine Magliaro, Weekend Contributor Kevin Swanson, a pastor and host of Religious Right, voiced his criticisms of Disney’s blockbuster movie Frozen on his radio program last month. Swanson claimed that the animated movie pushes an agenda “to indoctrinate homosexuality and bestiality in children.” He told his co-host Steve Vaughn that Satan was using […]
Man, this was a busy week for Ask Me Anything conversations. Hollywood icon Harrison Ford opened up for a (somewhat) candid conversation that we playfully broke down here on CinemaBlend. And legendary blockbuster director James Cameron...Show More Summary
The film studio behind "Divergent" is taking a page from "The Hunger Games." Just as it did with its blockbuster franchise to which "Divergent" often compared, Lionsgate announced it will make two films out of "Allegiant," the final installment in Veronica Roth's book trilogy.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is one of the most highly anticipated films of the summer blockbuster season. The movie is based on a beloved storyline from the comic books and serves as a sequel to 2011's wildly popular X-Men: First Class. But...Show More Summary
By David Christopher Bell Published: April 10th, 2014 Despite the enormous amount of money Hollywood spends to promote blockbuster films, it apparently only allocates about $100, an afternoon, and a scared intern to the creation of movie posters. A good poster can be every bit as important as a good tra