Not only has Comic-Con International released the schedule for Preview Night, but they have also unveiled the full panel schedule for Thursday, July 24; the official first day of San Diego Comic-Con. Everything kicks off with 24 in Ballroom 20 and DreamWorks Animation christens Hall H with their presentation of upcoming animated feature. Other big panels for the day includes The Giver, Paramount Pictures‘ presentation, Community, and much more! Check out the full schedule after the break. Continue reading
Every year, hundreds of movies are released, some more anticipated than others. Trailers, images, interviews, and more surrounding these highly awaited films build so much hype that they can reach critical levels of expectations. But when they don’t live up to what we believe is promised, cognitive dissonance sets in. There were a lot of movies in 2012 that weren’t noteworthy, but there were 10 that stood out as big disappoints. See the full list after the break. Continue reading
As we move along into awards season, we are beginning to see a very close race between all of the major categories, particularly for Best Picture. Spielberg’s Lincoln is at the pinnacle of the mountain right now, receiving a record breaking 13 nominations for the 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. There is always time for surprises before we hit the red carpets. See the full list of nominees after the break. Continue reading
Anyone looking to capitalize on deals even earlier this year will be embraced by the loving red and khaki arms of Target. Forget spending the holidays with your family, indoors, enjoying delicious turkey and mashed potatoes, Target is opening their doors at 9pm on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22. See the multitude of their Black Friday deals after the break. Continue reading
There is something eerie about Michael Fassbender and having him play the role of an android. In Prometheus, his portrayal of David feels like the perfect fit for him. An incredible viral marketing video has been uploaded to help us understand where David comes from and how he will relate to Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel. Continue reading
Ridley Scott is finally returning back to his sci-fi roots with next Summer’s Prometheus, written by Damon Lindelof (LOST; Cowboys & Aliens) and Jon Spaihts (The Darkest Hours) . Now this may or may not be the prequel to Alien as once assumed, but now with a complete teaser trailer on our hands, the likelihood that it may be true is looking more like a fact than fiction. You may see for yourself in this highly anticipated first look at the teaser trailer for Prometheus. Continue reading
According to Variety, Ridley Scott (directed the first Alien film) has been attached to direct the Alien prequel that is coming out eventually. This movie is run by 20th Century Fox and has hired the writer, Jon Spaihts (Passengers), to write the story who pitched the prequel to the studio. This prequel will be set before all four Alien films. This sequel should get some good hype as long as it sticks to its roots. We all know reboots, prequels and remakes can be done horribly, but I have a good feeling about this one.