I'm not even sure how you would apply the phrase 'cross-over' today without sounding redundant or outdated, so let's just say that a meeting between the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy may be somewhere on the horizon--but thankfully, it will be on director James Gunn's refreshingly reasonable terms.
If you're a Stargate fan, it doesn't get much cheaper than this. Amazon's Gold Box deal today is the complete run of Stargate Atlantis for $45 on Blu-ray and $30 on DVD. That is by far the cheapest it's ever been on Amazon (and probably as cheap as it's going to get). This deal will last until tomorrow, or until supplies run out, whichever comes first.
Aaron Paul is just the best. In honor of the upcoming Emmy's, the final time that Breaking Bad will be up for an Emmy award, he's holding a scavenger hunt this Monday (August 25) in LA. Paul will be hiding everything from signed scripts, to posters, to some Breaking Bad art in the Hollywood area.
Last night on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon challenged James Bond himself to a game of Goldeneye on the N64. Needless to say, they're both pretty bad; but I'm fairly convinced that looking back, everyone was awful at Goldeneye.
We've been getting steady reports about more Star Wars attractions at Disney's theme parks over the past couple of years, but if a new rumor is to be believed, their plans sound much bigger than what we had previously imagined.
The International Game Developers Association polled over 2,200 developers working in the industry, and asked them which studio or publisher they would like to work for. The result? Everyone wants to work at Valve.
The Pandorica has opened, and in this instance, that's pretty awesome. That's because it's the name of a new restaurant in Beacon, New York that features an entire Doctor Who theme, complete with their own version of fish fingers and custard.
The Walking Dead: Season Two comes to an end next week, and Telltale has released a pretty special trailer to commemorate things. It starts with about two and a half minutes recapping Clementine's journey so far, through seasons one and two (so basically two and a half minutes of heartbreak), then moves into something we've never seen before...
There are three things you can always count on in a Quentin Tarantino movie: pop culture references, swearing, and a lot of killing. It's the latter bit that's the focus of this supercut, which shows off every single death in Tarantino's filmography, from Reservoir Dogs to Django Unchained.
Faith in moviegoing audiences: restored. Guardians of the Galaxy opened at #1 at the US box office, and it's no surprise why. Sadly, it only held this spot for 10 days before being unceremoniously ousted by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a movie that's being almost universally disliked by fans and non-fans alike. Thankfully, everyone came to their senses, and on its 18th day of release, Guardians is back on top.
I try my best not to be jaded and curmudgeonly about the things I love, especially movies, but I am absolutely dumbfounded how this trend is gaining any traction in any part of the world. Apparently, a few cinemas in China are rolling out a new feature: screens that display text messages from the audience about the movie that's currently playing. I don't even.
When the writer of Deus Ex says he wants to make an espionage-thriller game with a nonlinear narrative, emphasis on dialogue, and a Magic: The Gathering-inspired combat system... I say, yes please, and open my wallet.