Postcredits scenes and comic book movies just seem to go hand in hand now. Ever since the first major one in the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the end of Iron Man, they’ve seemingly become the norm, which other studios like Sony and 20th Century Fox have tried to replicate in their respective Spider-Man and X-Men films.
Recently, though, a couple of major comic book films since the… Continue reading Comics on Film: Postcredits Sequences and Why Christopher Nolan Avoids Them
Chase scenes have been a staple of action movies since the earliest days of cinema. As technology and stunt coordinators have evolved over the years, so have these action-packed sequences. If you’re curious and would like to see that evolution firsthand, then this new video chronicling chases from The Great Train Robbery through to modern fare like Gone in 60 Seconds will have you… Continue reading Watch: Are These Cinema's Greatest Chase Sequences?
Bad news: It’s still February, it’s still freezing cold out, and we still have have four months until summer officially starts. But, not to worry — we have a solution.
To break the winter blues, Moviefone has put together a list of the 10 most memorable bikinis in movies. No, it’s not quite as good as lying out on the beach with the waves crashing at your feet and the sun… Continue reading Best Bikini Movie Scenes: 10 Memorable Poolside Sequences (VIDEOS)
It’s the final day of our in-depth* look at the best and worst new opening sequences for this season’s new shows. I’ve had more fun than ever sharing these with you, and will miss you so much I will actually be sore. But it’s just 360 days or so until we do this again, unless you’re a dog, in which case you’ve got like a seven-year wait ahead of you… Continue reading The Best and Worst Credit Sequences of the 2011 TV Season: Friday Shows
Happy Thanksgiving (or whatever holiday your country chooses to associate with the slaughter of indigenous people)! Day 5 of our look at the best and worst credit sequences of the new season is the biggest one yet, with nine intros to judge. There’s fantastic variety here, and some legitimate contenders for the People’s Choice Award for Best New Credit Sequence. Oh, that category doesn’t exist? Get on it, People’s Choice… Continue reading The Best and Worst Credit Sequences of the 2011 TV Season: Thursday Shows