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Peter O’Toole Passes Away At 81

Renowned actor Peter O’Toole died in London’s Wellington Hospital yesterday, according to his agent. O’Toole, who was best known for his role as T.E. Lawrence in Lawrence Of Arabia,… more

Are Dramatic Comedies The Only Way Comedy Movies Get Awards?

During this latest entertainment awards season, you might have read some headline about 12 Years A Slave and Nebraska leading in nominations. Maybe you’ve heard some buzz about Dallas Buyers… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

First Teaser for Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR

Any time Christopher Nolan has a new movie, there’s always a huge amount of anticipation and speculation, and rightfully so. Besides his work on his mondo-hit Dark Knight Trilogy, he’s… more

NERDIST NEWS: Spider-Man’s Future, THE HOBBIT Review, THE DLC and Much More!

Just when you think there’s no more news to be mined this week, we hit an untapped vein of high quality news nuggets that will keep you buzzing all weekend… more

GAME OF THRONES’ Emilia Clarke to Play Sarah Connor in TERMINATOR Reboot

Hasta la Valyria, baby! After weeks of internet rumor-mongering and jokes at the expense of its subtitle, Terminator: Genesis has found its Sarah Connor in Westeros’ baddest of asses, Emilia… more
 

Top 10 Christmas Horror Movies

Christmas is usually a time of giving, caring, and familial togetherness, but if you’re the maker of exploitation movies, it’s often a time you can stir up controversy by having… more

Studio Ghibli to Adapt Joan G. Robinson’s WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE This Summer

Although you’ll have to wait until February 21, 2014 to experience the high-flying fantasy of Hayao Miyazaki’s swan song, The Wind Rises, Japanese film distributor Toho revealed in its 2014… more

THE SIMPSONS Christmas Couch Gag

The Simpsons own Halloween every year with their “Treehouse of Horror” episodes, and this year’s impressive and referential couch gag guest directed by Guillermo del Toro only hammered that point… more
 

Watch the Cast of THE HOBBIT Do a Dramatic Reading of The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins

With The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug in theaters now and Benedict Cumberbatch making waves for his sultry verbal interpretation of the poetry of R. Kelly, it was only a… more

Ed Helms Will Be Frank Drebin in NAKED GUN Reboot

Filling the considerably large comedic shoes of Leslie Nielsen isn’t easy, but Paramount thinks Ed Helms is the man to do it. The mountainous company has announced today that Helms… more

A KIKI’S DELIVERY SERVICE Live-Action Trailer

Miyazaki-san may be retired (sort of; he is hard at work on an original manga series of which he created and is doing ALL the art for), but that doesn’t… more
 

Venom, Sinister Six to Receive Their Own Spider-Man Spin-Offs

The fans asked for it, and now, here it is: The Spider-Man franchise will be stretching beyond Peter Parker on the big screen, as Sony Pictures Entertainment will be giving… more

FRIDAY THE 13th – Jason’s Best Deaths

If there’s one thing that holds true about the Friday the 13th series, this being Friday the 13th itself, is that no matter when the movies are made or what… more

Drafthouse Films’ MS. 45 Re-Release Gets Poster and Clips

It’s like Death Wish but sleazier and with a female protagonist. Abel Ferrara’s Ms. 45, from 1981, is the director in all of his salacious glory, depicting a mute seamstress… more
 

James Bonding #013: TOMORROW NEVER DIES with Jordan Morris

Special guest Jordan Morris joins the controversy between the Matts about Tomorrow Never Dies! Follow @JamesBondingPOD, @MattMira, and @MattGourley on Twitter!… more

NERDIST NEWS Looks Behind The Scenes Of SAVING MR. BANKS

There’s Oscar buzz surrounding Saving Mr. Banks, the story of the contentious relationship between Walt Disney and author P.L. Travers that led to the making of the iconic movie… more

Broken Bells’ ‘After the Disco’ Part Two and Q&A with Director Jacob Gentry

The atmospheric, synthy indie rock duo Broken Bells (comprised of Dangermouse’s Brian Burton and The Shins’ James Mercer) have released Part Two of their short film After the Disco, which… more
 

Review: THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG

The short review: In spite of a few missteps, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is a marked improvement over its predecessor in nearly every way, and a great reason… more

Schlock & Awe: SATURN 3

Sometimes you look at a list of people involved in a movie and you think, “that can’t possibly fail,” and then, it does. On paper, it ought to be an… more

Nerdist News: Time of the Doctor Trailer, Edge of Tomorrow, Mars, and Mark Waid

Dear friends, you are not prepared for the COLOSSAL amount of awesome we’ve got on the show today. You like Doctor Who? We’re checkin’ out an all new trailer for… more
 

Kyle Anderson’s AWESOMELY BAD MOVIES Takes Down GREEN LANTERN

Well, what do we have here? Our own Kyle Anderson hosting Awesomely Bad Movies for the folks at Modern Primate and My Damn Channel, tearing into Green Lantern? Watch it:… more

What if MARIO KART Happened in Real Life?

Anyone who has ever experienced the thrill of deflecting an oncoming banana peel with a green shell or the heartbreak of seeing a blue shell come up behind you as… more

Nerdist Podcast: Jordan Vogt-Roberts

Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) talks to Chris and Jonah about the challenges of being an indie movie director, his stand-up show Mash Up on Comedy Central, Jonah’s… more