Articles Posted August 2011

  • “Supernatural” Creator To Bring DC Comics’ Deadman to TV

    I haven’t seen all of Supernatural yet. I’m a third of the way through season one, but it’s fanbase is comprised of pretty intelligent folks with sharp genre tastes, and the show is a constant presence on “Shows More People Should Be Watching” lists and their Comic Con panel is usually massive. The show’s creator, […]

  • “The Lion King” Returns To Theaters In IMAX 3D

    Walt Disney Pictures is set to re-release their acclaimed The Lion King in digital cinemas on October 7th, 2011, using 3D technology and IMAX presentation to show off their crown jewel like never before. I can’t imagine anyone who doesn’t know about The Lion King, but for those of you living under a rock the […]

  • “The Rum Diary” Trailer Released

    A film long in the works and due near the end of 2011 is the Hunter S. Thompson originated film semi-follow-up to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Rum Diary. The film features Johnny Depp in the leading role as Paul Kemp, a journalist who is on a drink-infested assignment in Puerto Rico. It […]

  • Who Wants To See Magneto In Drag?

    The home video release of X-Men: First Class is nearly upon us (Which boggles my mind. Seriously, Didn’t it just get into theaters?) and Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive clip from an extended scene. For some reason EW won’t let me embed, so click here for a (possibly NSFW) extended scene. The bit occurs during […]

  • Good Job, America: “Midnight In Paris” Is Woody Allen’s Highest Grossing Film

    It’s been lurking about the fringes of the box office chart all summer, and now it’s official: Midnight In Paris, Woody Allen’s best film in possible two decades, is the director’s highest grossing film with $50 million in the bank (unadjusted for inflation, anyway). On the heels of this good news comes word that the […]

  • Here’s a Full Synopsis of Pixar’s “Brave”

    Pixar takes a long time to get their films up and running, and for a couple years there’s been whispers of their first fairy tale film that also has their first female lead character. Animation nerds such as myself have been itching for it to get here, and now that a trailer and poster is […]

  • Will “Ghostbusters 3” Happen Without Bill Murray?

    For years, years, Dan Aykroyd has been insisting that a third entry in the Ghostbusters franchise would be on the horizon, and for a while there back in 2008 it looked like it might happen. A script was actually written (which is a huge feat for a project that has languished in development for nearly two decades) […]

  • A New Series on the CW – The Secret Circle

    There’s a new TV series premiering on the CW on Thurs. Sept. 15 9/8 C. right after The Vampire Diaries. It’s called The Secret Circle which is based on the series of books written by author L.J. Smith, who also wrote The Vampire Diaries book series. It is about a sixteen year old girl named […]

  • Here is the Official Pictures and a Sneak Peak from The Vampire Diaries Season 3

    For all of The Vampire Diaries fans out there, here is a sneak peak from season 3 and some official pictures from the first episode called (THE BIRTHDAY). Elena (Nina Dobrev) is turning 18 and Caroline (Candice Accola) is throwing her a small birthday party.  Damon gives Elena a special birthday gift. We will have to […]

  • Why Cookie Rocket? A “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” Review

    If you couldn’t already tell from my Primate Primer, I’m a bit of a Planet of the Apes nut. Unfortunately I had to wait an extra week to view the film with a special someone, and then some time on the road and away from my computer led to this review coming in much later […]