If you’re going to hand flowers to Madonna, please remember: Don’t get her hydrangeas. A video of the pop diva accepting — and then dissing — the gift from a fan at the Venice Film Festival has gone viral.
After thanking the fan, Madonna stashes the offending flower under the table, rolls her eyes and says to the person next to her, “I absolutely… Continue reading Note to Fans: Madonna Hates Hydrangeas (VIDEO)
Just a few months back, Entertainment Weekly gave The Hunger Games’ leading lady, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), the cover treatment and now the same courtesy is being extended to her main men, Gale Hawthorne (Liam Hemsworth) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson). The issue doesn’t hit stands until the 29th, but PopWatch at EW.com has a preview of the article as well… Continue reading 'Hunger Games' Fans Weigh In: The First Image of Liam Hemsworth And Josh Hutcherson As Gale And Peeta
A few weeks back, we told you about Scott Glosserman’s plans for a fan-funded sequel to his beloved 2006 horror film Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. We’re pleased to report that the project appears to be picking up steam, with fright fans putting their money where their mouths are and pledging several thousand… Continue reading Wanna Die in a Slasher Movie? 'Before the Mask' Offers Fans the Chance to be Leslie Vernon's Victim
William Shatner is at Comic-Con promoting a couple of things, including his upcoming documentary, The Captains. During his panel the iconic Star Trek captain decided to lead the audience of 3,000 in one epic (world record breaking) KHAN!, recreating the equally-as-iconic scene from Star Trek: Wrath of Khan. (Related tidbit: Khan’s costume from that film is actually on the convention floor for people to scope out.)
Whenever I go to a superhero film, beyond my comic book fan sensibility of wanting to see fidelity to the source material, I always want to be invested in the main character. Not just in their heroic abilities, but also in their personalities, their perceptions of the world, and their morality. Marvel Studios had given me very few opportunities to have that kind of belief. Like… Continue reading A Fan's Take on Captain America: Finally, an Avenger to Believe In