Most comic book and superhero fans who love the characters and the medium all understand that a huge debt is owed to writer Alan Moore. The skilled and imaginative works he’s created for the comic book medium and for the superhero genre are some of the most timeless comics anyone can read, with those works often aging like a fine wine.
Did you ever see the Joker… Continue reading Comics on Film: Alan Moore Hates Superheroes, and if You Don't, Then He May Hate You Too
With 11.8 million viewers for its Aug. 14 Season 4 premiere, A&E’s Wednesday juggernaut, ”Duck Dynasty” has a lot of Americans riveted to their TV sets and a lot of pundits scratching their heads about how this reality-based sitcom about an eccentric, tight-knit Louisiana clan of bearded, bandanna-ed men, along with their wives, children and family-business employees, came to captivate a nation.
For a lot of… Continue reading 'Duck Dynasty' Season 4: Alan Robertson opens up about faith, family and TV
The first “Ninja Turtle” has been found.
The upcoming live-action/CGI movie version of the beloved animated TV series has cast “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” actor Alan Ritchson as the red-masked Raphael, according to Deadline.
“Ninja Turtles,” produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman, will use motion capture technology (like the kind used in “Avatar”) instead of costumes like the previous three live-action adaptations.
While the other three Ninja Turtles — leader… Continue reading 'Catching Fire' Star Alan Ritchson to Play Raphael in 'Ninja Turtles' Reboot
Fun fact: Alan Arkin is set to star in a movie called “Arigo.” This is not to be confused with “Argo,” a ’70s spy thriller that also features the Oscar-winning actor. Oddly enough, Arkin just happens to be involved with two different films that have almost identical names. Granted, one — “Argo” — is about the true story of a CIA operative who looks to smuggle six stranded Americans out… Continue reading Alan Arkin, 'Argo' Star, On Hollywood, 'The Muppets' And The Hardest Movie He's Done
Just when it seemed like Potter Heads would be relegated to enjoying the cinematic adventures of the Boy Who Lived only through their memories, Warner Bros. announced the “Harry Potter” Wizard’s Collection. This new home-entertainment set features 31 (yeah that’s right, thirty-one) discs, including eighteen discs for the movies alone. You’ll get DVD, Blu-ray and Ultraviolet Digital copies of all eight films, plus extended editions for “Sorcerer’s Stone” and “The… Continue reading 'Harry Potter' Wizard's Collection: Behind the Scenes With Ruper Grint and Alan Rickman (VIDEO)