Police might have averted yet another mass shooting this week when they arrested a 23-year-old University of Washington student who gushed gobs of disconcerting online praise for Elliot Rodger, the Santa Barbara shooter who killed seven people and injured 13 others in a deadly shooting spree last month.
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Police said that… Continue reading ‘Everything Elliot Did Is Perfectly Justified’: Disturbed UW College Student, Vocal In Fondness For Elliot Rodger, Arrested For Cyberstalking
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The above is the first official (but brightened for clarity) image of Ben Affleck as Batman in the Man of Steel sequel.
Sigourney Weaver says she’ll “transform” in the Avatar sequels. Hugh Jackman says the next X-Men and Wolverine movies will probably film back-to-back. Speaking of X-Men, Channing Tatum will indeed be Gambit in a stand-alone movie. First-time director Roberto Orci… Continue reading Best of the Week: Ben Affleck As Batman, Summer Movie Podcast, Everything 'Godzilla,' and More
When Marvel Studios unleashed the first Iron Man film on an unsuspecting public, it had a hit on its hands almost immediately. After a couple of good films with respectable box office numbers led by the Hulk, Thor and Captain America, all the pieces were in place to introduce general audiences to the team that comic book fans knew all too well as the “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.” A strong ensemble cast… Continue reading Comics on Film: Here's Everything We Know About 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Now That It's Filming
Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Lego Movie – $ 69.1 million
2. The Monuments Men – $ 22.7 million
3. Ride Along – $ 9.3 million
4. Frozen – $ 6.9 million
5. That Awkward Moment – $ 5.5 million
6. Lone Survivor – $ 5.2 million
7. Vampire Academy – $ 4.1 million
8. The Nut Job – $ 3.8 million
9. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – $
Japanese toymaker Bandai has designed a case for the iPhone 5 and 5S that Batfans will want to pay attention to. Inspired by Christopher Nolan’s streamlined, military-inspired look for the Dark Knight trilogy, the company has designed their case to look like Batman’s Tumbler that Wayne Enterprises invented.
Sold for about 55 dollars, the creative case even has a built-in Bat signal and six LED lights to… Continue reading For the 'Dark Knight' Fan Who Has Everything: A Tumbler Phone Case