The 2014 Winter Olympics are upon us, and as usual the Games are sure to deliver some emotional stories. The kind that may have us weeping into our couch pillows as we watch athletes overcome odds and break records and win medals. Maybe you’ve already choked up once by watching the recent Procter & Gamble ad dedicated to Olympians’ mothers. Maybe you got ready for… Continue reading Which Macho Sports Movie Has Made You Cry?
If other life forms exist, they’re probably wondering what the hell is wrong with us. Les Drew and Kaj Pindal poked fun at this notion when they directed a 1967 Academy Award-nominated film, What on Earth?, that takes a humorous look at Earth’s inhabitants from the fictional view of the Martians.
Cars are mistaken for living beings and appear to be Earth’s dominant species. The automotive… Continue reading If Aliens Made Documentaries, They Might Look Like This Oscar-Nominated Short Film from 1967
It sounds like a totally weird idea to make a movie about Lego. The blocky play sets have been a childhood staple for decades, but it’s not as though there’s a familiar Lego character or mascot who translates readily to the screen. That hasn’t deterred the company from bringing its blocky worldview to the land of video games, where titles based on DC Comics… Continue reading Here's How 'The Lego Movie' Was Actually Made
Just weeks after chopping off her luscious locks, Jennifer Aniston stepped out over the weekend sporting long extensions because the former Friends actress hated the short hairdo, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
As radio detection and ranging has reported, Aniston said the cut was a necessity after her hair was damaged by a Brazilian Blowout.
“Jen had been complaining to friends that she didn’t like the short… Continue reading Jennifer Aniston Gets Hair Extensions Because She Thought The ‘Short Hair Made Her Look Older’
Perhaps the most continuous and endless debate among fans when it comes to comic book films comes down to casting. When it comes to adapting any work of literature into a multi-track, full-motion cinematic experience, there are a number of different standards that certain directors have for their casting choices. When adapting a novel, for instance, a director can choose to stick closely to the physical… Continue reading Comics on Film: The 5 Actors Who Made the Best Superheroes