The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Pat 1 is coming to spread rebellion across the Districts and these posters introduce us to the rebels who are up for the task! (via Vulture)
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YouTuber Forrest Whaley loves him some Lego. And he also love Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, so he recreated one of the trailers in Lego. Now Marvel loves Forrest so much that they are using it in their own promotional materials! So much love! We love it! (via The Wrap)
After the very excellent propaganda ads put out on Capitol TV, it’s about time we got our eyes on some actual footage from Mockingjay Part 1, and here it is! We’d follow Katniss! How about you?
Catch it in all its grainy, off-centered glory before Warner Bros makes this overly excited con-goer take it down! [UPDATE: Too late! But check out Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman down below!] Plus here’s a bonus peek (via Hollywood Life) at Gal Gadot as the warrior princess Wonder Woman!
Ah, the Nintendo era with its 256 colors and wonderful chiptune soundtracks! In a time where everything is photorealistic, it’s great to think back to our video gaming history and see what a game would have looked like then. And considering we never even got an Avengers movie game, this 8-bit imagined version is the…
Previously, J.J. Abrams introduced us to a new creature in the Star Wars universe while auctioning off a chance to be in the seventh installment of the series for charity. He’s back again with Star Wars: Force for Change and this time we get to see a new yet familiar star ship.
Entertainment Weekly has just released the cover to its Comic-Con special issue featuring none other than Robert Downey, Jr. as Iron Man, Chris Evans as Captain America, and Ultron as Ultron! Check out the new costumes below: (via Twitter)
Looks like President Snow is at it again, this time with both Peeta and Johanna at his sides (those traitorous jerks!) If only there were someone who could rally the Districts against the Capitol….
Strolling through Target the other day, I happened to pass by the toy department…oh, who am I kidding? I always go the the toy section first. Anyway, I was very happy to see the toys for Guardians of the Galaxy had finally hit the pegs! Finally I could have a Star-Lord, Groot, and Rocket on…
How do you make an explosion-fest like 1996’s Independence Day even more fun to watch? Add adorable puppies! (via The Pet Collective)
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes takes place ten years after the events of Rise of the Planet of the Apes. So what happened in the decade after the simian flu broke out? That’s what the following three shorts from 20th Century Fox and Motherboard answer. The first takes place soon after the disease…
We don’t know how functional this lightsaber will be, but for safety sake, don’t point it at your face. (via GeekTyrant via Newark)
The best in genre films were given their due last night at the 40th annual Saturn Awards. While not as prestigious as maybe an Oscar or Emmy, a Saturn lets those actors and directors of summer blockbusters have their day in the sun that they may not otherwise get. Unless they are involved with Gravity; that movie…