In the second of this three part interview with James Bond director/editor Peter Hunt, he discusses the challenges of early James Bond films From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball and You Only Live Twice.
Peter Hunt was perhaps one of the most integral members of the James Bond team, using his vast skills as a film editor and director to help create a pace and style that helped to launch a phenomenon that still touches the world 50 years after the film series began.
John McClane, central character of the Die Hard films, books and comics, returns to the big screen for the fifth time this February in A Good Day to Die Hard. Bruce Willis appeared on David Letterman accompanied by a clip he says is from the film, which skewers a bit of pop culture.
At last - for good or for bad - DC's Watchmen miniseries have begun to hit stores with Darwyn Cooke's Minutemen #1. Now MTV Geek is taking a behind the scenes look at the entire project in this video.
Word today that WB was serious about developing a Justice League movie was met with at least as much derision as it was excitement, many people feeling this was a knee-jerk reaction to the success of The Avengers.
Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter and Tarzan are both celebrating their 100th anniversary this year and with John Carter coming out on Blu-ray and several Tarzan projects in the works, NBC News has gone to ERB's estate for updates.
Given the success of Marvel's The Avengers the answer seems obvious in a competition between that team and the Justice League, but Clevver Movies is nonetheless offering this comparative cinematic look.
Comic Book Resources has posted the first TV commercial for DC Entertainment's controversial Before Watchmen collection of mini-sries. DC is expected to launch a full blown-trailer on its website shortly.
A media company attempting to look progressive is nothing new - nor is the notion that "progress" oftentimes can turn around and bite them in the arse. Green Lantern's Alan Scott being gay could be DC Entertainment's version of New Coke.
Although about six months away from the release of the James Bond film Skyfall, there ave been more images and footage captured by people than ever before in the history of the Bond films. What follows is some B-roll footage taken in London and Turkey.
Philip Wilburn stars in this parody Avengers extra that takes a joking look at the casting process of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, featuring impersonations of different actors who reportedly auditioned for starring roles.
What if George Lucas, JJ Abrams and Michael Bay loaned James Cameron a hand in the 3D conversion of Titanic? The answer becomes apparent in this fan edited trailer that takes a few liberties with the material.
It reads like an April Fool's Joke, but London's The Sun is reporting that Daniel Craig as James will actually be kicking off the 2012 Olympics in England, at the request of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth.
There's been quite a bit of controversy surrounding Tim Burton's take on Dark Shadows between die-hard fans and newbies since the film's trailer was released, and this interview won't help matters at all.
Yale Stewart is an independent comic creator who has come up with a wonderful comic strip that takes the Justice League and postulates that they first met each other back in grade school and developed their relationship with each other back then.
Deadline is reporting that Johnny Depp, fresh off the big screen version of Dark Shadows, will be working with Scott Pilgrim vs. the World director Edgar Wright on bringing reporter Carl Kolchak, of The Night Stalker, to film.
Wonder Woman and other butt-kicking ladies have become a mainstay of entertainment, and a new documentary, titled Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroes, explores them. The film will debut at SXSW, but the trailer has been released.
A Brazilian artist named Daniel HDR has posted an image for a concept he has called "The Justice League of Hanna Barbera," which essentially takes a variety of characters from different HB superhero and sci-fi/fantasy animated shows and brings them together as a new team.
The Josh Trank/Max Landis created Chronicle ended up surprising a lot of people by its quality, but what may be just as surprising are a number of commonalities between it and an episode of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek.
Marvel presents this first look at acclaimed artist Marc Silvestri’s explosive variant cover for Avengers Assemble #1. Follow the adventures of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in this perfect jumping-on point featuring Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, the Incredible Hulk, Black Widow & Hawkeye!
Champion! Magazine is the comics/CBM magazine created for the iPad by the hosts of Howard Stern's Geek Time. Now the mag, with a new app, is back with a cover and feature shot by Stern himself focusing on cosplay, as this behind the scenes video demonstrates.
The Amazing Spider-Man had a special preview event hosted by Sony yesterday. As has been reported by CBM, it featured the director and stars in different countries answering questions and previewing footage. Now you can get a taste of the excitement of fans attending through this B-roll footage.
With the big announcement of the Before Watchmen miniseries, DC's The Source has posted links to a number of different sites featuring interviews with the various writers. What follows are excerpts from those interviews.
The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive report on DC's announcement that this summer they'll be publishing seven prequel mini-series set in the universe of Watchmen (umbrella title: Before Watchmen), and that creators will include Darwyn Cooke, J. Michael Straczynski, Brian Azzarello, Adam Hughes, Andy Kubert and Joe Kubert.
This May will see Johnny Depp portraying vampire Barnabas Collins in Tim Burton's Dark Shadows. However, the curious can get a feel for what it's all about with tonight's airing of the 1970 film House of Dark Shadows on Turner Classic Movies.