No matter how frustrated I may get with the Academy Awards, it’s difficult not to be curious about how the Oscars race will pan out – especially when it comes to the categories like “Best Visual Effects,” which always includes at least one or two of my favorite films from the previous year. (I’m a sucker for great FX sequences.)
Experience has taught me that my… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Actual Comic Creators Tell Us Their Favorite Movies of 2013
What do the Guardians of the Galaxy, Kevin Costner and disaster movies have in common? Well, for starters, they’re all we’re talking about on the FanCast this week. Have some time to kill? Listen as Erik Davis and Sean O’Connell discuss the insanely popular first trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and how it may be one of the most original superhero movies we’ve… Continue reading Listen: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Buzz, Kevin Costner's Best Role and Our Favorite Disaster Movies
What would life be like if we all spoke in a language that included nothing but movie titles? Eerily, not unlike reality. New York-based Internet comedy troupe POYKPAC Comedy has imagined a skit in which a couple goes to dinner, has a spat about their relationship, and then breaks up. At least we think so. A waitress intervenes and has something to say to the couple… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Watch a Couple Break Up Using Only Movie Titles
We have absolutely no idea why Channing Tatum owns a Matthew McConaughey bust, but he’s apparently using it as inspiration while he writes Magic Mike 2. Tatum posted the below image to his Facebook wall, writing, “What better way to start writing #MagicMike2 than with my old friend Dallas? #runatribe”
Sure the image is all kinds of adorable (especially the feather hat — we’re loving the… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Channing Tatum Writes 'Magic Mike 2' Next to a Sculpture of Matthew McConaughey
Barcelona-based architect and film nerd Federico Babina created a series of artworks that depict the interiors of famous films with a fun retro style. “The idea is to represent a film set as if it were a doll’s house where we can start to play with the imagination together with the movie’s characters,” Babina told website Co.Design.
The layouts are presented as pseudo blueprints, revealing the iconic… Continue reading Retro Art and Your Favorite Movie Sets Collide in a New Poster Series