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Oscar Review: THE DOCUMENTARY SHORTS

If you thought the live-action shorts were a downer, wait until you see the documentary shorts! The Academy must certainly have a masochistic streak when it comes to their short… more

Simon Pegg Reveals an Early Outline for THE WORLD’S END

Even though The World’s End, the final installment of Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost’s Cornetto Trilogy, was just released in August 2013, it’s been in development for at… more

Nerdist Podcast: John de Lancie

The very talented John de Lancie sits down with the guys to talk about his role as Jane’s father on Breaking Bad, starting his career in the theater, his… more
 

What About Key and Peele Meeting Liam Neeson(s), Though?!?

On Comedy Central’s Key & Peele, comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have an ongoing sketch where they play two action-obsessed valets. In fact, you could say they represent all… more

Report: STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Shooting Schedule Revealed

According to a report form Drew McWeeny over at Hitfix.com, multiple sources have confirmed  that Star Wars Episode VII is set to start shooting in mid-May and will run… more

Nerdist News: GAME OF THRONES, GOTHAM, & a #ValenVinesDay Contest

Why hello there, friends! It’s the start of a new week, and we can only hope you’re feeling as funky fresh as today’s episode of Nerdist News! We’re taking a… more
 

Meet Mark Hamill and George Lucas – Now with 100% More Chris Hardwick!

If given the chance, what would you say to the man who changed all of our lives with one film back in 1977? And while we’re playing the “what if”… more

Oscar Review: THE ANIMATED SHORTS

The Academy Award-nominated short films are playing in theaters, thanks to an enterprising company called Shorts International. As can be predicted, the animated short film category has always been something… more

Check Out This Awesome Fan Trailer For The WARRIORS Remake

When it comes to ’70s classics, few films can compete with the spectacle that is Walter Hill’s The Warriors, an ugly, yet beautiful film about a group of friends… more
 

New TRANSPORTER Films Are Coming… With a New Star

When last we heard news on The Transporter franchise, the television adaptation starring Chris Vance had been picked up by TNT for distribution in the United States. But when it… more

Kevin Smith Pushes Back CLERKS III and Moves Up COMES THE KRAMPUS

With his latest film, Tusk, on the fast track for release later this year, director Kevin Smith is already hard at work on his upcoming projects. Recently, Smith announced that… more

James Franco Set To Direct Movie About Tommy Wiseau’s THE ROOM

If you’ve never seen The Room, then your life isn’t complete. It’s really that simple. Written, directed, and starring Tommy Wiseau, The Room is easily one of the worst movies… more
 

Review: VAMPIRE ACADEMY

Mark Waters’ Vampire Academy is yet another YA fantasy adaptation, a genre that – it seems to me – is finally on the wane. When the Twilight series came to a close,… more

Ben Wheatley Takes Us to A FIELD IN ENGLAND

One of the main recurring themes of horror films is people being messed up in the head and capable of doing twisted things to each other. For British filmmaker Ben… more

Check Out the Full Track List for the VERONICA MARS Movie Soundtrack!

After breaking a zillion Kickstarter records and rewarding thousands of forlorn fans with t-shirts, stickers, videos, and frequent updates, the Veronica Mars movie is only a month away. It’s… more
 

Music Geek Track Of The Week: ‘Let It Go / Let Her Go’ (FROZEN Mashup)

Today is a day to warm hearts. This mashup was released earlier this week from veteran cover artist Sam Tsui, and it melted me like a snowman at the beach…. more

Laurent Durieux’s Gorgeous Hitchcock Prints Open at Mondo Gallery

Before you do anything, take a look at this exquisite Rear Window time-lapse posted on Nerdist earlier today. Once you’ve soaked in that experience, find a way to get… more

Bill Paxton to Direct Film Adaptation of Edgar Award Winning Novel THE BOTTOMS

Good news, genre fans! Deadline reports that noted actor and Frailty director Bill Paxton has signed on to direct the feature adaptation of the Edgar Award winning novel “The Bottoms.”… more
 

NERDIST NEWS: AVENGERS 2 Updates, Patton Oswalt on Lex Luthor, and More

What an insane week, huh guys? As if the rumors about Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot and AMC officially moving forward with Preacher weren’t enough, we’ve got an entire show’s… more

Review: LUST FOR LOVE

If you, dear viewer, feel that the sight of an awkward man trying out bad, offensive pickup lines on pretty girls, only to be shot down again and again only… more

TRAILER: Terry Gilliam’s THE ZERO THEOREM

Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem is a meditation in mathematical-dystopian-future-weirdness that both completes a trilogy that includes 1985′s Brazil and 1995′s Twelve Monkeys and answers the question: “What would Christoph… more
 

Own This Awesome LEGO MOVIE Mondo Poster

Attention, all of you LEGO die hards and poster hoarders out there: The LEGO Movie is officially out today, and to commemorate the first official LEGO theatrical release, artist Tom… more

Review: THE MONUMENTS MEN

George Clooney’s The Monuments Men is less Schindler’s List and more Kelly’s Heroes. This is a rollicking and almost innocent take on World War II that is safely without extreme… more

Time Lapse Shows the View From REAR WINDOW in 3 Minutes

Alfred Hitchcock was known as the “Master of Suspense.” When it comes to film theory and criticism, it’s hard to find a director who is more analyzed and dissected… more