Saturday is typically the day for all of the major movie studios at Comic-Con International to unveil their most-anticipated upcoming projects, and that trend continued this year with a pretty long list of projects and cast members being introduced, re-introduced, and otherwise hyped-up in a big way.
Both Marvel Studios and Warner Bros. Pictures had big days in San Diego’s famous Hall H event space, releasing the first… Continue reading Gladiator Hulk, A Wandering Superman, And More Stuff You Might Have Missed From Comic-Con Day 3
The first two days of Comic-Con International are behind us now, and there’s been plenty of news coming out of San Diego so far.
Yesterday, we put together a list of announcements, previews, and other news that might have slipped under your radar from the first day of the show, and now we’re doing the same for Day Two.
There’s a lot going on in San Diego right… Continue reading Ghost Rider Roars To TV, King Kong Gets Bigger, And More News You Might Have Missed From Comic-...
In case you were hiding out on Isla Nublar over the weekend and missed the news, Jurassic World absolutely pummeled the box office, raking in $ 204 million for the year’s highest opening as well as second all-time behind Marvel’s The Avengers ($ 207 million). That’s big — like Idominus Rex big — and that also means this franchise is as hot as… Continue reading Chris Pratt Is Signed On for 38 'Jurassic World' Sequels, Plus: What the Next One Might Be About
Comedies dominated SXSW’s studio premieres this year, with Get Hard, Spy, and a not-quite-finished cut of Trainwreck all making their first appearances at the festival. In the small venues, away from the red carpet of Austin’s historic Paramount Theater, festival-goers got their laughs from indie films, some with familiar faces and some with names we were hearing for the very first time. Past SXSW programming built an audience… Continue reading Comedy Movies at SXSW: Who Might Become the Next Breakout Star
Of all the older movies currently getting the remake, reboot, prequel or sequel treatment, we’re surprised that Back to the Future hasn’t yet been called upon to sacrifice itself to the reboot gods. Time travel is hot these days (see: Looper, Hot Tub Time Machine, Project Alamanac), but Back to the Future — and its subsequent two sequels — remains untouched, as if… Continue reading Hoping for a 'Back to the Future' Sequel? This Might Be Better