Ahead of tonight’s Dawn of the Justice league special, WB/DC has released a promo piece with the WHOLE Justice League together (minus Green Lantern). They also released Wonder Woman’s logo. Wow that movie comes out NEXT YEAR! The hoopla is to celebrate tonight’s paid political announcement special. Fire up the DVR. “DC FILMS PRESENTS: DAWN […]
Black Santa's Revenge from David F Walker on Vimeo. If you’re in the mood for something a little more cheeky for your holiday viewing, here’s a short film warrant and directed by David F. Walker, writer of Cyborg and Shaft. Black Santa’s Revenge stars Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead) as a Santa of the […]
I know everyone is sick of The Force Awakens already, but if you have any interest left, the good news is that screenwriter Todd Alcott has returned to his blog to examine the character arcs of this movie, starting with Rey. And yeah, can’t wait for Kylo Ren. The major characters in The Force Awakens, like […]
To the surprise of few, Star Wars The Force Awakens is now the all time opening box office champ posting mind boggling numbers right from the $57 million Thursday. Some of the records: Largest Friday, Opening Day, Single Day: $120.5 million (estimated) Previous Record: $91 million (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2) • Domestic […]
I guess there’s a Star Wars thing this week? Oh what’s the use. I don’t think I’ve gone 10 minutes without hearing Sar Wars music, seeing Star Wars stars or a Force Awakens trailer for weeks. Like the rest of the world, I had a #StarWarsRewatch over the last week or so starting with the original trilogy and then the prequels, just to get in the mood for the new filme. And I discovered something very alarming.
Ever wonder how cartoons REALLY get into the New Yorker? Tonight Very Semi-Serious: A Partially Thorough Portrait of New Yorker Cartoonists debuts on HBO after a brief theatrical run. Directed by Leah Wolchok, it’s a full length documentary that follow the New Yorker’s Bob Mankoff and staff on the cartoon rounds. If you enjoy seeing […]
The Deadpool movie opens on Valentine’s Day and I’d say the buzz is growing steadily. And now helping it along, a “12 Days of Deadpool” promotion with 12 new posters leading up to a new red-band trailer on Christmas Day. EW.com kicks things off with a classic homage to Tm Burton’s Batman and a classic […]
If you were concerned that the next Avengers movie, Avenger: Infinity War, slated for 2018, would contain 150 Marvel characters and sacrifice drama, storytelling and memory storage to too many characters running around, rest easy: there will only be 100 characters in the film. That’s because the Marvel Netflix character can’t really cross over into the movies. This little tiddlebit was revealed by A:IW director Anthony Russo—one half of the Directin’ Russo Brothers—who was being interviewed by a Portuguese outlet, and thought, as many have before him, that just because it was in a foreign language he could be be more candid than normal. Google Translate, Anthony. It’s free.