Posts Tagged ‘movies’
4 latest Star Wars Episode VII plot rumors
Posted by 0 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on April 2, 2013 under Featured
There's been so much talk lately about the casting of Star Wars Episode VII that it's nice to see some good old rumors about the movie's plot surfacing online. Cosmic Book News says it's got a source (at DC Entertainment, of all places) that's been hearing whispers about the movie's storyline coming out of Lucasfilm. They've gotten wind of four basic details about the script: The story... more.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ sparks torture debate
Posted by 0 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on January 8, 2013 under Featured
The controversial film “Zero Dark Thirty” opens nationwide this week, but it’s already reopened a political wound that lawmakers would rather see salved — whether the role of torture was effective in the hunt for Osama bin Laden. The Washington premiere on Tuesday comes at a delicate time on Capitol Hill — and a complicated time for President Barack Obama — as he introduces his... more.
The 10 Most Anticipated Films of 2013
Posted by 1 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on January 2, 2013 under Featured, The Desk
In a world of 24-hour news cycles, where 90 percent of cable news airtime is devoted to a presidential election a year and a half away, and where marketing flacks start hyping their studio’s films before casting has even finished, I thought we’d go ahead and get a jump on the slate of movies scheduled for the year after the presidential election. Yes, it’s two years away, but if 2012 is... more.
Mark Wahlberg says Transformers 4 is completely different from the trilogy
Posted by 189 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on December 17, 2012 under Featured
The Transformers franchise is getting a makeover. It's got a new leading man, and two fresh-faced co-stars. Mark Wahlberg headlines the sequel, which he believes kicks it up a notch. While promoting his upcoming film Broken City, Wahlberg spoke about his blockbuster gig. The actor and director Michael Bay just worked together on the upcoming film Pain and Gain. The experience was so great... more.
Why Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy will be the last Middle-earth movies
Posted by 0 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on December 11, 2012 under Featured
J.R.R. Tolkien fans, you'd better enjoy the Hobbit trilogy—because these will probably be the last films ever adapted from the acclaimed Lord of the Rings author's work. Peter Jackson, who has adapted all the recent big-screen versions of Tolkien's Middle-earth saga, said he's open to seeing some of the author's other writings on the big screen. But those in charge of Tolkien's estate ... more.
Watch this incredible continuous-shot mall zombie slaughter-fest
Posted by 2 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on November 5, 2012 under Featured
Malls and zombies go together like pumpkins and pie. Plenty of smooth open space to shamble and an abundant Cinnabon-buying food source. See what happens when two dudes go in with guns smokin' to take out a brain-slurping horde in suburbia. Rebel filmmaker Devin Graham (aka YouTuber devinsupertramp) created this bloody ode to George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, which began the whole ins... more.
Alan Moore hates films based on his comics so he’s making his own
Posted by 0 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on June 25, 2012 under Featured
It seems comic legend Alan Moore (Watchmen, V for Vendetta) doesn't hate movies exclusively, just the ones based on his works. The acclaimed comics writer is actually working on his first film now, and we now have the first inklings of what it's about. Moore is working on a new, indie short film series dubbed Show Pieces, and he's teamed up with photographer Mitch Jenkins to make it hap... more.
Astronomer uncovers the good, bad and WTF science of Prometheus
Posted by 0 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on June 21, 2012 under Featured
Phil Plait is an astronomer and major sci-fi geek. He writes the Bad Astronomy Blog for Discover Magazine and is also the host of the Discovery Channel's science show "Phil Plait's Bad Universe." You can follow him on Twitter at @BadAstronomer. Spoilers ahoy! If you haven't seen Prometheus yet, then you might want to skip this scientific review of the movie, otherwise you'll feel as if vul... more.
Why did John Carter tank? Baffled Willem Dafoe has his own theory
Posted by 1 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on June 7, 2012 under Featured
A lot of people are still puzzling over why John Carter didn't fare better at the box office, particularly after we all saw the scale of the visual feast director Andrew Stanton prepared for us. Co-star Willem Dafoe is just as baffled as we are ... but he does have a theory. Dafoe had a lot of screen time as the green-skinned chieftain Tars Tarkas in the Disney adaptation of the Edgar R... more.
James Cameron wants everybody to shoot movies in ‘5D’
Posted by 0 CommentsXtreamerAdmin on May 8, 2012 under Featured
3D filmmaker and deep ocean diver James Cameron has an idea that he thinks will convince more "A-list" directors to put out 3D content. His plan is called 5D and it will not immerse you at all like those rumbling "4D" movie theater chairs made by D-Box. Nor will 5D bring any kind of Smell-O-Vision to the movie experience. Actually, Cameron's coined "5D" term is kind of boring. He refers ... more.