Back in November, a poster featuring artwork for a possible Wonder Twins movie showed up at Midtown Comics in New York City. At the time, we thought it was one of two things: a hoax or viral marketing for Entourage The Movie. Of course being a site that covers viral campaigns, we hoped for the latter. The creator of the artwork came forward earlier this week and revealed it all to be an elaborate hoax. Get the details on why he did it after the jump! [Read more...]
It was around this time last year that marketing for the third season of The Walking Dead really started to pick up. We wrote that the show had pretty much taken over Comic-Con 2012, what with their The Walking Dead Escape obstacle course, and a panel that premiered the first trailer for the third season. We expect similar announcements at the convention later this week as the shape of season four comes more into focus. To tide you over until then, the folks at CableTV.com have put together a comprehensive, interactive, infographic called “Zombiefied,” that showcases a day in the life of a typical on-set walker extra on the show. Hit the jump to learn more about this behind the scenes treat.
It’s hard to believe that in just a couple of years it will be the 30th Anniversary of the movie “Back to the Future.” One of the most iconic parts of the film is Doc Brown’s time machine in the form of an altered Delorean DMC-12 sports car. A group of filmmakers have embarked on a film project called Back in Time to document the cultural impact of this famous movie vehicle on fans and car collectors alike. Find out more about this project and how you can financially help make it a reality after the break.