He’s one of the pillars of the Justice League, having been an original founding member of the team, and is the subject of great storytelling by some of comics’ best creators.
“He talks to fish, so what?”
That seems to be the representative attitude by many people who don’t know about the character beyond the fact that he dwells in the ocean, but fact is… Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Aquaman, DC's Newest Big-Screen Superhero
What could possibly be more exciting than watching the two best teams in professional football wage war on the gridiron in the Super Bowl? The answer is simple: watching football in the movies!
Packed with action, drama, and suspense, the best football movies inevitably lead to “the big game,” whether that’s a real-life Super Bowl, a fictional championship match — the NFL is quite selective about which cinematic… Continue reading The Best Big-Screen Football Games, All in One Image
Because “The Hunger Games” and “Twilight” haven’t sated your need for YA movie adaptations, here comes “The Host,” a big-screen take on “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer’s other best-seller.
Starring Saoirse Ronan (“The Lovely Bones”), “The Host” leaves werewolves and vampires behind for aliens. There’s still a love triangle, natch, but this one is a bit more tricky than Edward-Bella-Jacob: after an alien race invades Earth and takes over the minds of… Continue reading 'The Host' Trailer: Stephenie Meyer's Other YA Book Gets Big-Screen Adaptation
With the end of ‘Deathly Hallows,’ ‘Harry Potter’ fans looking for another grand British adventure may get their fix in ‘Doctor Who.’ Variety reports that David Yates — the director behind four of the ‘Potter’ movie adaptations, including both parts of ‘The Deathly Hallows’ — is looking to develop a big-screen version of the time-traveling Doctor.
If you don’t have three hours to kill reading one of Wikipedia’s largest pages, consider… Continue reading David Yates, 'Harry Potter' Director, To Create New 'Doctor Who' For The Big-Screen
Review in a Hurry: If you can get past its absurd premise, this return of Jeff Bridges to the inner computer world of light-cycles and deadly neon Frisbees is an eye-candyriffic holiday treat,…