Category: Movies News

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Cosplay of the Day:

Spider-Man and Deadpool had a little dance-off on a rooftop in L.A. (via Fashionably Geek):

Fan Art of the Day:

Graphic designer Shawn Hall made a parody of a recent Batgirl comic book cover instead featuring Kate McKinnon‘s character in the Ghostbusters reboot and some ladies… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man Vs. Deadpool, Silent Cut of 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and More

The Important News

Star Wars Updates:   dropped a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser. New images and info surfaced about the Force Awakens villain Kylo Ren. More The Force Awakens images and rumors and toy details also arrived online.

First Look: Michael Fassbender in Assassin’s Creed. New Captain America: Civil War concept art.

Casting Net: Mads Mikkelsen might play the villain in Doctor Strange. Lea Seydoux might play… Continue reading Best of the Week: New 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Teaser, 'Doctor Strange' Gets Another Great Actor and More

One thing sci-fi fans will be expecting this fall is a response from Neil deGrasse Tyson on the scientific authenticity of Ridley Scott’s The Martian. But the celebrity astrophysicist is already endorsing the movie in a big way. He stars in a new promotional video as himself, hosting an episode of his show StarTalk that only exists within the universe of The Martian to… Continue reading Watch: Neil deGrasse Tyson Stars In a Viral Video for 'The Martian'

Campus Code

A new trailer for independent movie Campus Code sets up an intriguing premise: how did a young man (Jesse McCartney) survive getting pushed off a tall building? The young man and his friends visit a doctor, who examines the college student and concludes: “Everything checks out alright.” Then the doctor turns around and … it’s Martin Scorsese! Why is he… Continue reading Why Is Martin Scorsese in This 'Campus Code' Trailer?

Movie review aggregate sites are often blamed for ruining film criticism. They don’t just unfairly break down a bunch of opinions into one simple consensus, people say, but they also allow numerical ratings to be affixed to that consensus as if to assign it a be-all and end-all stamp of measurement determining a movie’s worth.

It can be argued that it’s… Continue reading Check Out Google's New Shortcut to Finding Out if a Movie Is Good Or Bad