20th Century Fox has finally released a teaser to the anticipated superhero reboot, ‘Fantastic Four‘. The film was directed by Josh Trank, with a screenplay from Simon Kinberg. There is also a first look at the logo for the film! Hit the jump to check it out! [Read more…]
Today Cap himself, Chris Evans tweeted at Chris Pratt a withdrawal of friendship as both their teams are going head to head at this year’s Super Bowl. In a fun exchange both supes engaged in friendly fire by geeking out over sports in the most marvelous way.
Time to scale The Wall on the big screen as HBO’s campaign for the next season of the hit fantasy show includes screening episodes of season four in select theaters in IMAX. While the show isn’t shot in the format, it will be digitally remastered for the IMAX run in select theaters around the U.S starting January 30 on 50 screens.
There is a lot that stands out after watching the trailers for Kingsman: The Secret Service. Colin Firth kicking ass and Matthew Vaughn’s frenetic action sequences come to mind immediately. But just as important in establishing the film’s unique style appears to be its fashion. Staying true to James Bond and classic British spy films, Kingsman continues the tradition that you can’t be a secret agent without wearing a perfectly tailored suit. To drive this connection home, the creators behind the film have partnered with fashion retailer Mr Porter to offer you your own chance to dress like a Kingsman, if you are willing to pay. Hit the jump for more.
Last week Sony Pictures announced that the highly anticipated comedy The Interview would be pulled from theaters. Beforehand, Sony had allowed theater chains to pull the film in light of terrorist threats from a group of hackers. But, freedom has prevailed! You will be able to see The Interview streaming NOW on YouTube, Google Play and Xbox. You can also be see it in limited theaters tomorrow. [Read more…]
This season of Saturday Night Live isn’t exactly the best season. And while their digital shorts creators Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer and Andy Samberg,are long gone, the SNL team still manages to churn out creative videos in their absence. The Hobbit Trilogy’s Martin Freeman hosted the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live, and starred in their digital sketch where the actor reprised his role as Bilbo Baggins in a parody of The Office set in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth. Bobby Moynihan was Gandalf, while Taran Killam did a hilarious portrayal of Gollum that might give Andy Serkis a run for his money.
Watch the viral video mashup of The Hobbit and The Office after the jump. [Read more…]
The first day of J.K. Rowling’s 12 Days of Christmas story fest has started, where she will post a new story from the Harry Potter universe every day until Christmas. Of course, she doesn’t make it easy on you right off the bat. The only way you get to see the first story is to solve a riddle. After the break, find out the riddle and how to solve it, so you can read the new Potter story for yourself.
Normally we’d learn about characters through the source material, a plot synopsis, or straight from the cast or crew. But given that everyone is so tight-lipped about Star Wars: The Force Awakens, trying to get information like names of the characters is next to impossible. We already know that the film is canon, and will see the return of Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3PO, and more iconic starships. Plus the Sith. But since the trailer dropped a few weeks back, we don’t know who John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, or Oscar Issac is playing. We also don’t now who the Sith with the broadsword is – maybe it is Adam Driver. And we cannot just keep calling the rolling droid a soccer ball.
Now in a very cool move, EW has revealed the names of the characters seen in the trailer on trading cards. Okay, they aren’t actually trading cards, however, these images resemble the trading cards of yesteryear, and even us the Star Wars designs. Hit the jump to see them all. [Read more…]
As soon as the east coast airing of the mid-season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead ended this past Sunday, the various social media accounts associated with the program posted a huge spoiler to the dismay of millions of fans around the world who had yet to see the episode. This has happened before, but not for The Walking Dead. NBC spoiled the death of Danny Matheson during Revolution. The stars and producers of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. live tweet every episode – even the Executive Editorial Director of Marvel’s Digital Media Group, Ryan Penagos, gets in on that action. Is this to build hype or is there something much more sinister and scolding behind this behavior? Could this be the end of viral marketing? Find out after the jump. [Read more…]