EF Here at Wizard World Richmond, Virginia, and I've had a wonderful chance to sit with one of my favorite Comic Illustrators and filmmakers, Rob Prior. I got to spend time with him throughout the event, so hit the jump for our wild conversations.
It seems the next 007 adventure will start filming by the end of the year hit the jump for more details on this and more.
Acheronmagnuz reviews the (allegedly) Best CBM of 2014.
Does it live up to expectations? Find out after the jump.
Also, find out the proper way of reviewing a CBM as distinguished from the improper way of reviewing the same.
While doing press for his new film Gone Girl, David Fincher was asked about the possibilities of a sequel to The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. He says there is still hope. Those hoping it will adhere to other books in the trilogy will be disappointed.
The guys who created all those How It Should Have Ended videos just released episode 2 of their fan made series, Villain Pub. These videos feature some of the greatest villains of all time sitting in one room. Hit the jump to check it out!
We are all fans of the best secret agent there is James Bond and you can't have a great film without a great villain. In honor of the late great Richard Kiel, I have decided to rank who my favorite Bond villains are. Click the link above for more!
On this week's episode we discuss some of the top news that came out this past week including talk of a Legion of Superheroes film, the boy with an Iron Man hand, RDJ shooting down plans for Iron Man 4, and more. We also talk Death of Wolverine, coming to terms with your own mortality, and do some comic reviews! Enjoy the show!
EF Here at Wizard World Richmond, Virginia, and I've had a wonderful chance to sit with an amazing filmmaker working his way through the insane world of Hollywood to get his movies made. Hit the jump for our wild conversation.
In this new "Cana-Dos And Cana-Don'ts" clip from Kevin Smith's Tusk, Justin Long's character gets a quick education on what to say and what not to say to a Canadian. Check it out!
Hey guy's! I'm trying to raise awareness for Cancer as we all know that it's a deadly, deadly disease. I, along with Stephen Amell (main actor of the hit t.v. show Arrow) and others are trying to spread the word out there so we can band together and fight this disease.
What constitutes a disappointing film? It's subjective, only you know which movie you went in expecting to love, yet ended up incredibly unsatisfied. Share your opinion and place your vote.
TMZ is reporting that actor Richard Kiel ("Happy Gilmore") has passed away. He is perhaps best known for playing the iconic henchman 'Jaws' in the James Bond films The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.
Latest "Scientifically Accurate" cartoon from Fox's Animation Domination takes on Disney's Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers. Sadly, it only focuses on chipmunks and not Monterey Jack (mouse), Gadget Hackwrench (mouse), or Zipper (housefly).
You know the arrow writers, never shy away from bringing in DC characters from all around but i come up with a theory for who Thea Queen may become further down the line in Arrow
Giving my thoughts on this whole situation of articles being replaced by Power Users, and the constant moaning I see in the comments of every second post.
Jessica Chastain has starred in award-magnet films such as The Help and Zero Dark Thirty, and now she'd love to take a crack at playing a superhero. Check out what she had to say.
Visual effects studio Worldwide FX has release a video showcasing the breakdown of the digital effects that they produced in The Expendables 3. Check it out after the jump.
Believe it or not, it's been three years since the release of Real Steel starring Hugh Jackman (X-Men: Days of Future Past) and Evangeline Lilly (Ant-Man). So, is a sequel still in the works? Hit the jump to find out what director Shawn Levy had to say about just that!
Sony could make or break cbm's as we know it, so like uncle Ben said "with stuff comes more stuff..." (you know what he said). But check out how I think things should go.
Come see an eight-minute video that Walt Disney Pictures produced back in the day to showcase test footage and concept art from an early attempt at Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1981 to 1983). Looks a bit different from the 1988 film we know and love.