The Collapse of the Comic Book Movie

According to reports, Marvel has films mapped out to 2028. From now until then are at least 11 confirmed films, and rumors of films nearly equal to that. Furthermore, Warner Bros, who owns the rights to DC Comics, also has at least eleven confirmed films in the works to match the enormous success of Marvel. [Read More...]

Transcript: Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel on ‘Noah’

The transcript of Patheos interview with Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel for ‘Noah’ [Read more...]

Shocking Story of Hollywood’s Collaboration with Nazis During 1930s

Why did Hollywood stay silent on the plight of Jews in Nazi Germany? There was a reason. [Read more...]

Wrap up on Comic Con: What to check out in tech and art

Comic Con is a great place to check out new tech, artists, authors and sundries. Here are just a few things cool things t0 check out this year. Disney Infinity An all-new Disney game release that unlocks the freedom to create stories and play experiences starring some of the most beloved characters from the Walt [Read More...]

Comic Con 2013 Wrap: What to check out on TV and film

San Diego Comic Con is both a fan celebration of all that’s happened in the past year(s) and a launch pad for new projects.. Keep an eye out for these in the next year: TELEVISION MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC) – Producer/Director Joss Whedon has gone on record to say Clark Gregg’s Agent Coulson – [Read More...]

Comic Con ’13 Day 2: Helix, Ender’s Game, Falling Skies, The 100

Things you only see at Comic Con 1. A table of elves lunching at The Old Spaghetti Factory 2. R2D2 making catcalls 3. Marvin the Martian at the ATM 4. Trolley signs in Dothraki 5. Predator just hanging out in the corner of an exhibit booth If you enjoy having big questions woven into your [Read More...]

Comic Con ’13 Day 1: Nerd HQ, Psych, NASA

By Karen Veazey  @kmyvz San Diego Convention Center has closed for the night but the Gaslamp Quarter is party central. MTV, Wootstock and Geek & Sundry are hosting the larger events while industry parties and special screenings are tucked into secret hotels. Right now I’m happy to be far away, cozy in comfy clothes enjoying [Read More...]

Review: ‘Nicky’s Family’ Tells True Story of “Britain’s Schindler”

A moving documentary about the man who rescued train-loads of Czech children from Adolph Hitler. [Read more...]

Interview: Ronald Maxwell Details His New Civil War Movie ‘Copperhead’

Ronald Maxwell’s new movie about the Civil War explores faith and freedom in the story of a war dissenter. [Read more...]

Review: Brad Pitt Battles Undead in ‘World War Z’

Zombies bad. Brad Pitt good. [Read more...]


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