These days, the movies that never happened are almost as popular as the movies that did. In some cases, maybe more so. Disney’s adaptation of John Carter bombed so badly that many likely now wish Paramount’s take on the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel had happened — presuming it wouldn’t have been any worse. Just as in the case of Alejandro… Continue reading Watch a Pitch Reel for a Version of 'John Carter of Mars' That Never Got Made
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Movie Trailer Redo of the Day:
In case you didn’t already get the connection between Inside Out and Inception, this trailer for the former with the music from the latter will bring you up to speed (via Film School Rejects):
Movie Mash-Ups of the Day:
Speaking of Inside Out, what… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Inside Out' Emotions In Other Movies, 1950s Version of 'Ant-Man' and More
When Blade Runner opened 23 years ago this month, nobody expected it to be the phenomenon it’s become. Especially after its disappointing performance at the box office.
Yet here we are, anxiously awaiting a sequel to the sci-fi masterpiece with Harrison Ford returning, possibly opposite Ryan Gosling, with original director Ridley Scott producing and one of today’s most exciting filmmakers, Denis Villeneuve… Continue reading Watch a Version of 'Blade Runner' Made Up of Deleted Scenes and Alternate Takes
You knew it was, er, coming eventually, but now we’ve been handed official word that there will indeed be an unrated version of Fifty Shades of Grey arriving this May 1, when the film hits Digital HD, and then on May 8 when the DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand options become available.
“Oh, but kind sir — didn’t you say something about… Continue reading How to Watch an Unrated Version of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
Whatever you think of Jupiter Ascending as a whole, there’s no denying that the movie has spectacular visuals. That means if you’re going to see it, you’re best off seeing it on a big screen while you can. That’s been the case for most of the Wachowskis’ movies, which is why it’s been a shame that the sibling filmmakers haven’t had a lot of luck… Continue reading Want to See a Four-Hour Version of 'Cloud Atlas'? Netflix's Ted Sarandos Says It "Will Blow You Away"