Above is the logo for Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel,” a Superman movie set to come out next year. Click it to see the full-sized image.
The logo is supposed to look more “alien” and “Kryptonian,” but all I see in it is the Nike swoosh:
Maybe Nike is making Supe’s suit? Just maybe.
Comic review: ‘The Walking Dead’ gets interesting, turns tables on Rick (in a characterization sort of way)
Robert Kirkman and company are putting together the best story arc “The Walking Dead” comic has seen in some time. Dubbed “A Larger World,” Rick and his group of survivors are slowly realizing that, in order to rebuild and truly survive, they must trust other survivors they come across.
I’m not a fan of 3D movies. I either don’t notice the effect or it’s not as strong as I expect it to be. It also doesn’t help that I wear glasses, so wearing a set of 3D glasses on top of them isn’t comfortable. Finally, I’m not a fan because ticket prices for 3D movies cost a considerable amount more than 2D.
But a recent story on FilmSchoolRejects.com points to an idea being tossed around by Joe Paletta, CEO of Spotlight Theaters: lower the cost of 3D tickets, but raise the cost of 2D tickets to cover the difference. So, basically, 2D moviegoers will be paying for 3D tickets anyway.
Ever wondered what movie villains do after retirement? Check out this photo gallery, which includes shots of Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers and those freaky twins from “The Shining.”
The teaser trailer for the (hopefully) final “Twilight” movie is out. Bella Swan is now a vampire, turned one by her husband in “Breaking Dawn: Part 1,” so she could be saved from death. The teaser for “Breaking Dawn: Part 2” showcases the new Bella, and tosses in a few laughable moments.
It seems some people are mighty confused by the cover art of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” DVD art, pictured above. Some people are returning their copies, thinking the disc is counterfeit. Redbox has even posted a notice on their kiosks telling customers that the look is intentional, and not to flip a lid.
The second season of “Game of Thrones” begins Sunday, April 1, and as that date inches closer, HBO has been releasing new promotional material to whet our appetites.
Recently tossed onto the Internet are five video promos called “Pledge Your Allegiance.” Each video showcases one of the “houses” (families) on the show, and tosses in a little bit of new footage.
Love it or hate it, “The Shining” is a well-made movie, and is meticulous like much everything else Stanley Kubrick has made. I’ve always wanted to dive into Kubrick’s mind to see what his process is like, and thanks to The Overlook Hotel, it’s now sort of possible.
Mark Millar has a lot going for himself: He’s one of the biggest names in the comic world, and he has a mile-long list of project ideas people are just salivating to see come to fruition. So it boggles my mind why Millar would write such a ho-hum continuation to his insanely popular “Kick-Ass” series.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year is “The Dark Knight Rises,” and even though it’s being released in a few short months, not much in terms of plot details have emerged from Christopher Nolan’s camp. So when FilmCells Ltd., a company that makes products and merchandise for Warner Bros., accidentally put information for an upcoming product online, Batman fans on the net ate up the plot description attached to the product.