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Red Band A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST Trailer Debuts Online

Yesterday the internet was graced with 8 new posters for Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die In The West. This morning, the red-band trailer has appeared online, and… more

STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME Blooper Reel Is Priceless

Blooper reels are one of the highlights of any DVD or Blu-ray’s special features. It’s almost standard business now, but what about all the older films that hit video stores… 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
 

Chris Evans Talks CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

Last July (jeepers, where does the time go?) a bunch of journalists, including myself, were invited to Marvel Studios in Manhattan Beach, CA, to bear witness to one of the… more

A Roundup Of FROZEN Parodies, Featuring ‘Do You Want to Hide A Body?’

As we reported earlier, a singalong version of Disney’s Frozen will be hitting theatres this coming weekend. It seems like the song “Let It Go” is everywhere! A super clever… more

Report: THOR 3 Adds Two Writers

It looks like Marvel Studios is keeping it all in the family, hiring their senior VP of production and development Craig Kyle to co-write the third installment in the Thor… more
 

DARK TROOPERS Short Shows Off the Sexy Side of Lightsabers

Besides being one of the coolest weapons in any galaxy, the lightsaber is beautiful. The part where it’s dangerous and used to cut off arms and limbs on every planet… more

The NOAH Super Bowl Trailer: An ‘Untold Story?’

Well, this is confusing. Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming epic film version of the ark tale, Noah, is heralded as an “untold story,” which I think would be inaccurate on so many… more

Paul Williams Gives Update on PAN’S LABYRINTH Musical

This Sunday, musician and Nerdist podcast guest Paul Williams, who was a Grammy winner for his contributions to Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, gave an update on the recently announced… more
 

Schlock & Awe: THE BEAST MUST DIE

Hammer Films were the undisputed kings of British horror in the 1960s and ’70s, but Amicus Productions wanted a piece of the action too. Amicus was most famous for their… more

Oscar Review: GRAVITY

Witney has been reviewing and making book for the nine films nominated for the Best Picture Oscar. Today: Gravity. When Gravity was released back in October, critics all over the… more

New Details For Disney’s FROZEN Sing-Along

With massive critical acclaim, over $800 million at the world-wide box office and the #2 spot on our best films of 2013 list, there’s no denying Disney’s Frozen… more
 

10 Reasons To Enter For A Chance To Meet MARK HAMILL And GEORGE LUCAS

George Lucas and Mark Hamill are on a quest to fulfill their duties as IRL-Jedi, guardians of peace in the galaxy. Kyle recently gave us the lowdown on the once-in-a-lifetime… more

Visit the Set of NEED FOR SPEED With Aaron Paul and Scott Waugh

If New York is the city that doesn’t sleep, then Detroit is clearly the city that should be put to sleep. As I look out the window of the bus… more

Check Out 8 New Posters For Seth MacFarlane’s A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST

Coming off all the hype of his freshman film, Ted, things seem to be shaping up nicely for Seth MacFarlane’s latest big screen effort, A Million Ways to Die in… more
 

A Brief History of Zumbrowka, Wes Anderson’s Fictional Republic

In preparation for the release of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (which hits theaters on March 7th), Fox Searchlight has created an educational website on the film’s fictional setting,… more

Clive Barker’s Short JACQUELINE ESS To Be Adapted Into Feature Film

British author and artist Clive Barker burst into the mainstream horror conscious with his debut feature film Hellraiser. Since then, Barker has been a staple of the horror genre as… more

Check Out Four New Stills From X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST!

Between Instagram teasers and 25 fresh collectible covers from Empire Magazine, the marketing campaign of Fox’s upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past is in full swing. But they’re… more
 

Check Out The First Trailer For Nicolas Cage’s Newest Film, JOE

It’s been a while since we got our last dose of Nicolas Cage goodness, of course that doesn’t include your weekly viewings of Face/Off or Raising Arizona…. more

New TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Maquettes Appear Online

After fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise had a collective heart attack at the sight of a busted children’s Halloween costume that appeared online earlier this month, photos… more

Louis C.K. Releases His 1998 Film TOMORROW NIGHT At His Website Today

Louis C.K. is at it again, and by “at it again,” I mean that he’s continuing to revolutionize production and distribution models. At noon (ET) today (Wednesday, January 29th),… more
 

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM Writers May Take On the CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE Series

Another day, another film adaptation of your favorite piece of nostalgia: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Reno 911 duo Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon, prolific writers, The State and… more

BLINK TO THE FUTURE Shows How Much Fun a DOCTOR WHO/BACK TO THE FUTURE Mashup Can Be

The TARDIS and DeLorean both travel through time, so it’s only natural to think about combining Doctor Who and Back to the Future. YouTuber James Farr liked the idea so… more

AMA Recap: Cobbling And Batman Nipples With GEORGE CLOONEY

Today, George Clooney joined the masses on Reddit to raise money for Satellite Sentinel Project, and he spilled the beans on things like Gravity and Quentin Tarantino, and even touched… more