Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Will we ever have a gas shortage like the one in the Mad Max movies? Nerdist has the scientific answer:
Here’s a sweet Mad Max: Fury Road poster designed by Jerome Lu courtesy of Fandango:
If Marvel ever does make a Black Widow movie, especially one directed… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Black Widow' Movie Opening Credits Sequence, the Science of 'Mad Max' and More
A comic book sequel, that is.
Surprisingly, one of the biggest stars of Guardians of the Galaxy is a character who was barely in the movie. Appearing briefly in the film and its post-credits sequence, Howard the Duck took the world of fandom by storm when it looked like Marvel was resurrecting the character — who was the subject of the 1986… Continue reading The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Post-Credits Sequence Is Getting a Sequel
Tonight’s episode of The Following ended on a helluva cliffhanger: Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) finally found the cult threesome’s farm house and nearly rescued Joey (Kyle Catlett). Unfortunately, Hardy was caught by gun-wielding Paul (Adan Canto). Now, EW can exclusively reveal what happens in next week’s opening sequence, which picks up immediately after this cliffhanger. Having seen the episode, I can say things only get crazier from here. Watch… Continue reading ‘The Following’: Watch the intense opening sequence for next week’s game-changing episode — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
This summer, “E.T. – The Extra-Terrestrial” turns 30 years old. One of the most iconic films in history, Steven Spielberg’s 1982 classic tells the story of a young boy named Elliott (Henry Thomas) and an alien who’s been stranded on Earth. Eventually, he and his little sister, Gertie (played by the cherubic Drew Barrymore), befriend the creature and name him E.T., hiding him from their mother and returning him home.
While… Continue reading On The Scene: Where Did The Bike Sequence From 'E.T' Take Place?
What does it take to create a haunting, nightmarish opening film sequence? According to Entertainment Weekly, you need David Fincher, an “uncomfortable” storyline and Tim Miller, the creative director for design studio Blur.
On EW.com, Miller gives an inside look on how the credits for Fincher’s “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” were made.
“[Fincher] wanted to do everything photo-surreal, instead of [using] traditional film effects,” said Miller. “The first time [David and… Continue reading 'Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Opening Sequence: The Studio Behind The Credits