“The Avengers” is coming out next month, and that means we’re seeing tons of cross-promotions, earning projections, new images from the movie and, of course, early buzz from those who have seen the movie.
Picture this: The zombie apocalypse is going down and you need a place to grab supplies, and fast. What do you do? Wander around aimlessly hoping to get lucky? No! You consult the Map of the Dead, which will show you where you can find what you need.
Thanks to TheBDag.
“Oldboy” is one of those movies that just sticks with you. It follows a man who looks for answers after he wakes up in a suitcase after being imprisoned for 15 years. It’s a thought-provoking thrill of a movie, with some of the best acting I’ve seen come out of a Korean drama in the past decade. It also has one of the most amazing action sequences I’ve ever seen.
So when I heard Spike Lee had plans to remake it for American audiences, I immediately became nervous, and anxious. I like Lee’s work, and I think he could do the film justice. Still, it was unsettling to hear one of my favorite movies was being remade, because it’s a damn good movie as it is.
Entertainment Weekly has Batman and Catwoman gracing their recent cover, and inside the magazine are some new images from “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Voice acting takes a lot of work. Imagine putting a voice to an animated or digitally created character. It’d be difficult, right? Like Jess Harnell said in the trailer for “I Know That Voice,” “A lot of people think voice over is about doing funny voices, it’s totally not. Voice over is about creating characters.”
The actor playing young Clark Kent in Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel” recently spoke with ClevverTV and told them the one thing I didn’t want to hear: “Man of Steel” will be “edgy,” like “The Dark Knight.”
Promotional art for “The Dark Knight Rises” is starting to come out, and now we have a great look at what Catwoman (played by Anne Hathaway) will look like in the upcoming movie. Also, make your way over to Nerdage to see Catwoman and Batman on the cover of EW.
When people are surprised to learn the Titanic and its sad story were real, I have to ask: What is happening to this world?
It’s sad, but true, as some Tweeters are admitting they didn’t know James Cameron’s monster hit was based on an actual event and actual boat. Picture below for proof. But you’ve been warned: It isn’t pretty. (Thanks to Jordan of TheFilmStage for posting this.)
From the minds of James Cameron, George Lucas, Michael Bay and J.J. Abrams…
God help us all.