Yes, we’ve seen Avengers: Age of Ultron… and, yes, it’s just as rad as you want it to be. Without spoiling its greatest moments, here are five things you want to know about one of the biggest superhero sequels of all time.
Is it better than The Avengers?
Of course this would be your first question! And of course it’s a… Continue reading We've Seen 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' -- Here Are 5 Things You Want To Know
Five Seconds in Superhero Heaven
Remember back when reports claimed the first Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer would play in front of Mad Max: Fury Road, in theaters May 15? Well, surprise – looks like we’re getting it earlier.
According to superhero scoopster El Mayimbe, director Zack Snyder will unleash five seconds of the trailer online via his Twitter… Continue reading Three Things: ‘Batman v Superman’ Trailer, ‘Jurassic World’ Poster and 'San Andreas' TV Spot
So you saw “Divergent” a year ago and loved it. Maybe some of you caught it on cable, bought the DVD, or rented it from Redbox recently to catch up. Perhaps you’re so confused by the number of young-adult films Shailene Woodley and her co-stars have made, they’re jumbling up in your head (is this the one where Miles Teller is a teen alcoholic? No. Is this… Continue reading 7 Things You Need to Know Before You See 'Insurgent'
Pixar isn’t just the most beloved animation studio in the world — it is one of the most beloved hive of creators on the planet. So when the studio’s in-house documentary team sat down for their panel at this year’s SXSW, it was standing room only. Erica Milsom, Tony Kaplan, and Debby Coleman are among those charged with taking behind-the-scenes photos, interviewing crew… Continue reading Four Geeky Things We Learned from the Pixar Documentary Team at SXSW
Even if the only movies that Francis Ford Coppola ever made were the three Godfather films, he’d still be a cinematic legend. But he didn’t just stop there: The Conversation, The Outsiders, Rumble Fish, Dracula, Apocalypse Now. The list goes on and on. He is, simply put, one of the Greats.
That’s why Coppola is such a welcome choice for The Director’s