Last night was an all-Marvel Jimmy Kimmel Show featuring Robert Downey Jr and Chris Evans on the couch. And the guys didn’t come empty handed
Never one to pass up an opportunity to advertise Star Wars: The Force Awakens, ABC invited a capella quintet Pentatonix to vocalize on the 2015 American Music Awards broadcast.
The fish are back in town! Ok, that slogan worked better for Toy Story, but Finding Dory is still a welcome return.
I don’t play World of Warcraft, so I can’t speak to how faithful to the material the brand new trailer for the Warcraft movie seems. However, based on how it looks as a movie, I’m really not sold.
Feast your peepers on all this new stuff in the international Star Wars trailer! Rey being threatened, TIE Fighters coming from the direction of the sun like a clever group would do, BB-8 in action. It’s just so…so…beautiful!
To be frank, I’m a bit tired of Deadpool in the comics. But Ryan Reynolds is making me a big time fan of the live action version. In this video, DP harasses a bunch of kids at the playground, but they can give as well as they get at times.
Welcome to the future! Yes, it is officially the future, October 21, 2015, and everything is falling into place just as Back to the Future Part II predicted: Pepsi Perfect is a thing (for a limited run), hoverboards are everywhere (even if they have wheels or need to run on metal surfaces only), and the…
OK, not much more to say than “Yahoo!”
Thanks to the internet, geeks don’t have to camp out in front of the box office two months early in order to buy tickets to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens opening night. You can buy your tickets starting today from your favorite online ticket seller.
Karen Gillan has done plenty of fan conventions by now, so when she makes a short film like Conventional, it’s probably safe to say that there’s a fair bit of honesty in it.
The stars of Back to the Future 2 have gotten together to discuss what the movie got right and what it got wrong.
Ryan Reynolds may fit his Green Lantern costume well, but so would anyone if you just basically drew it on. These devoted GL fans did it all without the help of CGI (though a couple of the subjects do appear to have been “enhanced”). Presenting the Green Lantern Corps of Geek Sector! (Originally published on 6/16/2011)
Spider-Gwen has taken comics by storm, so it’s no doubt that some people want to see her take the film world as well.
The Bat, the Cat, and the Bane from all reaches of the movie, TV, and comics universes (originally published Jul 19, 2012)