Lucasfilm, who owns Star Wars, and Marvel, who owns Guardians of the Galaxy, are now both owned by Disney, who owns Mickey Mouse. What if the creative heads that lead to the trailers for the upcoming film were to make a trailer for the decades-old classic? Well, what else would you get if not the first real guardians of the galaxy, complete with a catchy but almost inappropriate soundtrack.
JJ Abrams may have the helm of Star Wars for now, but he’s going to be replaced soon. Rian Johnson, who recently wrote and directed the sci-fi movie Looper, has been tapped to take over for the last two Star Wars movies in the nine episode series. Abrams pulled double duty for Episode VII, currently in production.
Ready for the reboot of yet another childhood classic at the hands of Michael Bay? Well, whether you are or not, TMNT is coming. And even if Bay isn't directly holding the reins, his influence is quite palpable as this shakycam version of a new TV trailer would suggest. Introducing Shredder, or perhaps Shredderbot or Shreddercon might be better names.
Guardians of the Galaxy arrives on August 1, and leading up to the release is yet another teaser trailer, this one launching internationally with over two minutes of clips and bits from the film. We've got the video for you after the jump.
Early in 2013, it was confirmed that Marvel's Doctor Strange would be hitting the big screen at some point, and following along quite a bit later, a decision has been made for who will be directing: Scott Derrickson, perhaps best known for his work on 2005's The Exorcism of Emily Rose.
Yesterday it was leaked that Netflix is close to striking a deal for a new original series called The Crown, and following this comes another leak: that the video service is also looking to reboot the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer. Reportedly, the producers are looking to bring back the original cast.
A new Jurassic World leak has surfaced, this one with sources dropping details about the movie's plot -- or, perhaps better stated, the nature of the movie's plot. Nothing huge is given away, but those purists among us who like to watch their movies with as fresh of eyes as possible, be warned: spoilers ahead.
Sony has acquired the movie rights to a book by Glenn Greenwald, detailing the Edward Snowden NSA leaks. Greenwald’s book centers around meeting Snowden in a Hong Kong hotel, and the ensuing backlash from the leaked information.