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idea1 Wanna Watch a Really Cool Short Film About a Man Hunting Down an Idea Thief?

This summer, audiences will return to the neo-noir world of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller with Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the long-awaited sequel to the 2005 film Sin City. While we wait to reenter the shadowy world of sinister fiends and dames to kill — and possibly be killed — for, take a look at this noir-inspired animated short by Rafael Grampá, which… Continue reading Wanna Watch a Really Cool Short Film About a Man Hunting Down an Idea Thief?

San Andreas: Dwayne Johnson stars as a helicopter pilot searching for his daughter in the upcoming 3D earthquake disaster movie San Andreas. He shared the first photo from the movie, due out on June 5, 2015; Carla Gugino and Alexandra Daddario also star. [MovieWeb]

mdc san andreas dwayne johnson Movie News: First Look at Dwayne Johnson in San Andreas; Oscar Winner for Star Wars 7; Almost Home Short with Steve Martin

Star Wars: Episode VII: Director J.J. Abrams has apparently been meeting with nearly everyone in Hollywood about Star Wars: Episode

174026680 Author Veronica Roths Divergent Review Is Nothing Short of GlowingJoe Scarnici/Getty Images for Summit Entertainment

Filmmakers behind the adaptation of Veronica Roth’s YA novel… Continue reading Author Veronica Roth's 'Divergent' Review Is Nothing Short of Glowing

thor 2 cover Drew Pearce Explains the Marvel Creative Process, Plus the Hidden Easter Eggs in His Iron Man 3 Short All Hail the KingTwo weeks ago we brought you part of our interview with rising screenwriter and director Drew Pearce, focusing mainly on his next film: Mission: Impossible 5. But now with Thor: The Dark World a day away from Blu-ray and DVD (February 25, to be precise), fans everywhere are going to discover All Hail the King, the newest Marvel One Shot written… Continue reading Drew Pearce Explains the Marvel Creative Process, Plus the Hidden Easter Eggs in His 'Iron Man 3' Short 'All Hail the King'

whatonearth If Aliens Made Documentaries, They Might Look Like This Oscar Nominated Short Film from 1967

 

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