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This thing that James Corden does where he invites famous celebs with big, memorable filmographies to recreate their entire careers in eight minutes is pretty genius. Not just because it’s fun watching these folks briefly inhabit their old roles, but also because it’s a tremendous feat to pull off in such a short amount of time with costume changes and physical sets and… Continue reading Watch: Matt Damon Recreates His Movie Career in 8 Minutes, But He Forgot His Best Scene

One of the subplots that was trimmed down in Avengers: Age of Ultron involved Thor going off on a quest to learn more about the Infinity Stones and how they may help assist the Avengers in defeating Ultron. In the original 195-minute cut of the film, Thor joins Dr. Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgard) by a pool of water — but this ain’t no… Continue reading 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Deleted Scene: Watch Thor Get Freakishly Possessed

Leah Messer is at war with MTV!

In a preview clip of the upcoming episode of Teen Mom 2, the reality starlet’s two ex-husbands, Corey Simms and Jeremy Calvert, discuss their concerns over the mother of three’s suspected substance abuse problem.

“She went from being normal to a complete 180,” Calvert commiserates with former nemesis Simms over dinner at a local West Virginia pizza restaurant. “Prescription pill problem.”

“This… Continue reading ‘Teen Mom 2′ Fakery? Troubled Leah Messer Claims Scene About Drug Problem Was ‘Scripted’ And ‘Set Up’

Another summer movie season is ending, and even more than in past years, this summer’s lineup was one to remember.

This summer’s film slate brought audiences to theaters in record numbers, pushing not one but two movies into the ranks of the ten highest-grossing films of all time in the U.S. (Avengers: Age of Ultron and Jurassic World), as well as adding three films to the list… Continue reading This Summer's Best Action Scene, Fight Scene, Chase Sequence and More, According to The Geek Beat

There are still a few weeks left in the 2015 summer movie season, but none of the upcoming releases fall within the science fiction genre. So you know what that means — it’s time for The Last Sci-Fi Blog to look back over the past few months and sort through the wreckage. Anything released between May and August is up for discussion.