Disney to Release All Upcoming Marvel and Star Wars Films in IMAX

Mar
25

Disney has announced some big plans for the bigger screen, confirming their intentions to release their entire upcoming slate of blockbusters in IMAX theaters.

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Nintendo and Sony Skipping PAX East 2014

Mar
25

Nintendo and Sony have seperately opted out of hosting a booth or panel at this year's PAX East. This will be the first time that Nintendo has ever skipped the convention.

Facebook Buys Oculus VR to the Tune of $2 Billion

Mar
25

No, April Fool's Day isn't here early. The social network behemoth is moving into the burgeoning virtual reality scene by buying Oculus VR.

New Music Monday: The Hold Steady, Liars, and More!

Mar
25

Time for another installment of New Music Monday, the most frustrated goddman column on the internet right now because the goddamn Kansas Jayhawks just lost to the stupid Stanford Cardinal in the NCAA tournament. I've been listening to the sound of my own sobbing for the last two hours but I'll do my best to guide you through what's good and bad about all of the new music being released this week. And if you're feeling frisky - check out my exploration of the worst album art of all time - volume one here and two here.

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Welcome to Yesterday is Now Project Almanac, Slated for 2015 Release

Mar
25

The film formerly known as Almanac, then Welcome to Yesterday, has now been formerly retitled Project Alamanac and given a January 2015 release date. The time-travel-centric found footage film was produced by Michael Bay, who delayed the film make adjustments. Apparently he's happy with the finished product now, because the movie is finally on track to hit theaters, almost a year after its initial planned release date.

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Prometheus 2 Picks Up Green Lantern Writer

Mar
25

The Prometheus sequel slowly lumbers along, picking up Green Lantern writer Michael Green to do another pass on the screenplay, picking up after an original draft by Transcendence's Jack Paglen. Green has previously worked with Ridley Scott developing the new Blade Runner project.

CBS Announces Second 'Official' Star Trek Beer

Mar
25

tIqIpqu’’ej nom tIqIp seems to be the current mantra down at CBS headquarters. Less than a year after releasing the first official Star Trek themed beer, Vulcan Ale, the company has announced the Klingon inspired “Warnog.” The new beer is supposed to blend rye malt and clove to produce “a bold beer suited for the harsh Klingon lifestyle.”

Jurassic World Concept Art Reveals a Crazy New Park Design

Mar
25

Concept art from Jurassic World has emerged online, showing off a futuristic new visitor center on Isla Nublar. The work comes from artist Nathan Schroeder, who has worked on films such as The Avengers and Star Trek.

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House of Cards' Corey Stoll in Line for Ant-Man Role

Mar
25

After a breakthrough role in Netflix's House of Cards, Corey Stoll is in talks to join Marvel's Ant-Man. He'll be joining a cast including Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Pena, and Patrick Wilson.

Marvel Still Open to a Black Widow Movie

Mar
25

Despite Kevin Feige's reluctance to confirm or deny that such a film is being developed, Scarlett Johansson recently stated in an interview that Marvel is open to the possibility of a Black Widow spin-off film.

The Rock Teases DC Comics Movie, Possibly Black Adam or Lobo

Mar
25

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is once again teasing his mysterious DC Comics movie project. In a Twitter Q&A session, Johnson revealed that he and DC have "agreed on a character" that's "extremely complex, well known," and has never been portrayed on screen.

Disney Re-Adapting Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes

Mar
25

Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes is about to become a Disney film… again.

A Bit of Ultraviolence in The Raid 2 Trailer

Mar
24

The Raid distilled the hard-R, martial arts, gun-toting, blood and guts, action movie to near-perfection. Check out what the sequel has in store.

Divergent [Movie Review]

Mar
24

You know you’re watching a movie based off a Young Adult book series when there is romance just randomly placed in there. A good writer might be able to make it authentic, but most of the time, it feel very forced. When it comes to Divergent, there are plenty of things going for it that are interesting, but it seems that it just couldn’t escape the YA trap.

Log Horizon Season One [Anime Review]

Mar
24

The idea of being trapped inside a video game is nothing new; it's a concept popularized by series like Sword Art Online, and while many would say that Log Horizon is a rip-off of Sword Art Online, it's clear that this is untrue. The only thing they have in common is the premise--past that, Log Horizon takes a very drastic turn from the norm with this kind of story, focusing on the human side of things instead of the action.

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