Marvel News: Paul Rudd is Officially Ant-Man & Vin Diesel is Officially a Talking Tree…in Guardians of the Galaxy

ANT-MAN Marvel has their Ant-Man, and he’s kind of a Baldwin. Marvel officially confirmed on Friday that Paul Rudd has been cast in the title role of director Edgwar Wright’s forthcoming 2015 comic book movie […]

Last Minute Gift Alert – DC Deeply Discounting Digital Copies of Their 25 Most Essential Graphic Novels

A couple of years ago, DC just scrapped everything and relaunched all of their comic book titles with new continuities, altered origin stories, re-designed costumes, etc.  ‘Twas called the New 52, and while it may […]

Adjusting Our Expectations Now That Anna Paquin’s Rogue Has Already Been Cut Out of X-Men: Days of Future Past

UPDATED 5/23/14: Now that X-Men: Days of Future Past is out we know that Anna Paquin’s Rogue made it back into the movie, but in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo without any dialogue. — For fans of […]

15 Movies with Ridiculousy Long Gaps Between Sequels & How They Did at the Box Office

We have become accustomed to expecting our movie sequels to arrive within 2-3 years, and in some special cases (Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, The Hunger Games) the films actually turn into annual affairs. […]

Why We’re Not Sure Anyone Let Alone Joseph Gordon-Levitt Can Truly Adapt Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman to Film

According to Deadline, as initially rumored a month ago WB/DC is officially moving forward with a film adaptation of beloved fantasy author Neil Gaiman’s classic comic book The Sandman.  Gaiman will produced alongisde David S. Goyer, […]

Wow! Have You Heard How Much Despicable Me 2 Made In Its First Week on Home Video?

Back in July, when I reviewed Despicable Me 2 I concluded: “The first Despicable Me was the movie you could watch with your kid(s) and secretly like a little more than them, or maybe even watch and […]

Nitpicking The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug – That Love Triangle, The Non-Ending & Other Things We Didn’t Like

Despite Peter Jackson, Philippa Boyens, and Fran Walsh’s best intentions, it was always a horrible idea to adapt a 300-page children’s book into three films encompassing nearly 9 hours of film.  Yet that’s what they’ve done […]

Weinstein Company/Miramax Developing Shakespeare In Love & Rounders Sequels, Good Will Hunting & Swingers TV Shows – Yay?

Get ready for Shakespeare in Love…Again.  Or maybe Shakespeare in Love…Still?.  Also, prepare yourself – if it’s at all possible – for Entourage 2.0: Swingers, the TV Show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Weinstein […]

Box Office: What to Make of The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug Opening Lower than An Unexpected Journey

To see our other box office top 10 breakdowns please go here. So, here’s what happened this weekend at the domestic box office: The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug opened lower than its predecessor, An Unexpected Journey, while Tyler […]

Film Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey & The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug Both Start Slow But Finish Strong

After viewing The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug yesterday, I immediately watched The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at home, my first time viewing the movie since it was in theaters last year.  As their narratives are so intertwined, […]