The newest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is quickly approaching, and in honor of it, Pizza Hut has commissioned a project set to debut at Comic-Con that will bring your childhood fantasies to life: a truck-sized pizza launcher that can shoot delicious pies to a distance of 30 feet.
In World War 2, the Germans had a code that was believed to be unbreakable. The Enigma Code was one that saw Allied forces driving themselves up the wall to break, and proved widely successful for much of Germany’s campaign. A new movie sheds a light on the man who broke the code in Alan Turing.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans have been more than vocal about their concerns over the upcoming movie, with everything from the new character designs to hints about the origin story picking up criticism and speculation. Ahead of the release, the movie's director Jonathan Liebesman has addressed some of these concerns, talking everything from pizza to how the turtles got the way they are.
Anyone of a certain age will know what it means when someone coyly says “ah, ah, ah… you didn’t say the magic word”. Wayne Knight, who went on to play Newman on Seinfeld, may have originally been recognizable to us as Dennis Nedry from Jurassic Park. The enterprising scientist, who tried to steal Dinosaur DNA and proved the movie's protagonist, has now been memorialized in a whole new way.
Before transforming into mutant ninjas, the TMNT foursome were simple tiny turtles. How that transformation will take place in the upcoming film has been a big question mark, with speculation (and worries) aplenty over what origin story the movie will present. We get a glimpse of this with the latest trailer, but don't expect too many details.
The next installment of Star Wars may have brought the old cast together again, but one who’s been hobbled may have instead hobbled production altogether. Harrison Ford, who suffered a broken leg when a door came crashing down on him, is being cited as the reason production on the film is taking a brief hiatus.
Can't wait for the arrival of Guardians of the Galaxy? The movie doesn't release for a few more weeks, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy its soundtrack now. The track list for the album was recently released, as well as its snazzy cover, and the folks at MTV assembled a Spotify playlist to match it.
Alien, Transformers, Robocop, and even "Mutant" Ninja Turtles. A lot of sci-fi hits of the past are getting a fresh coating these days. Predator, yet another sci-fi cult classic, is now said to be in the works, and rumors say that it will be written by Shane Black, the same man who wrote Lethal Weapon and directed Iron Man 3.
Marvel's President Kevin Feige took to a Q&A session while in Barcelona recently, talking all things Marvel movies, including whether a sequel to the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy could come to fruition. Other topics of interest include Ant-Man and what's going on with Doctor Strange.