The summer movie season kicked off in a big way last month with Jurassic World, and it’s difficult not to love the dino-sequel’s domination of the box office right now – after all, it’s everything a summer movie should be and a great throwback to the fantastic big-screen adventures that made movie-lovers out of so many of us.
And the best part?… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Comic-Con, Alien Eggs, Howard the Duck and More Things To Look For In July
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Last weekend at Comic-Con, we got first wind of the following announcements: The King of the Monsters will be joined by three fan favorite creatures in Godzilla 2. If that’s not enough giant beasts, Universal is also making a King Kong prequel set on and titled Skull Island.
The main cast of Ant-Man and their characters — including Evangeline Lilly as The… Continue reading Best of the Week: Comic-Con Leftovers, Martin Scorsese's Childhood Passion Project and More
This year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego is in the rearview mirror, and all that’s left is to look back on the show and ponder the highs and lows of another massive celebration of geekery in all its forms.
Last year, my very first “Geek Beat” column assessed which studios, projects or other movie-related elements of the show generated the best kind of buzz… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Biggest Hits, Misses and Lingering Questions of San Diego Comic-Con 2014
They don’t actually give an award out at Comic-Con for this, but every year one movie deserves a prize for “winning” the whole event. In the past, such champions have included The Avengers, which exploded in Hall H in 2010 by assembling the superhero cast together on stage. Last year, the Avengers may have won again with the announcement of… Continue reading What Movie Won Comic-Con 2014?