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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: The Beatles, Monty Python, Scream

19 December 2014 9:32 PM, PST

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass artwork of some great artists, with the hopes that these artists get the attention »

- Theodore Bond

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Watch this horrific holiday greeting from The Babadook

19 December 2014 12:45 PM, PST

The praise for director Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook is showing no signs of stopping and rightfully so. I’ve watched the horror film twice now and I can honestly say it was even better the second time around. It’s not surprise that our own Eric Walkuski called it "one of the best films of the year" in his glowing review and today JimmyO showcased it on list of best movies of the year. It provides original scares and should have you thinking »

- Graham McMorrow

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First Ted 2 image features Mark Wahlberg and Ted taking in some Scuba diving

19 December 2014 11:18 AM, PST

Seth MacFarlane’s Ted went on to gross over $500 million worldwide, becoming one of the most successful R-rated comedies of all-time. A Million Ways To Die In The West had a similar budget of $40-$50 million and didn't make more than $90 million when all was said and done. Do people prefer the voice acting of Seth Macfarlane over the live acting? Or maybe they just love a teddy bear that can drink and curse, yes that makes sense actually. We still don’t know »

- Graham McMorrow

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Kate Winslet in talks for female lead in Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic

19 December 2014 10:46 AM, PST

The upcoming Danny Boyle-directed Steve Jobs biopic, a former Sony Pictures project, is moving right along at Universal Pictures as more casting talk is underway. At this point we know for sure (for now) that Michael Fassbender is set to play Jobs and Seth Rogen will play Steve Wozniak. We recently heard that the Aaron Sorkin-scripted film was looking at Jeff Daniels to play former Apple CEO John Sculley and that Natalie Portman was being eyed for a role. It seems like Portman may have passed »

- Graham McMorrow

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Rumor: WB developing six Wonder Woman scripts simultaneously

19 December 2014 8:21 AM, PST

A little while back, we heard a rumor that Warner Bros was developing two screenplays for Aquaman at the same time. The theory was they would see which script was more to their liking with the potential to even combine them for the finished product. It sounded like a logical way to approach the unknown but it also made DC and WB seem desperate to force their characters to work on the big screen. Well, they may be hedging their bets even more for Wonder Woman. With Gal Gadot in place in »

- Alex Maidy

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Simon Pegg is an assassin for hire in the trailer for Kill Me Three Times

19 December 2014 7:47 AM, PST

Who doesn't love Simon Pegg? Whether he is playing with the big boys in Mission: Impossible or Star Trek, Pegg has always brought something special and unique to tons of films like Hector And The Search For Happiness, The Boxtrolls, and his three films with Nick Frost and Edgar Wright. His latest film, Kill Me Three Times, puts the British actor into a role we have never seen before: a cold-blooded killer. In what looks like an action-comedy in the same style as Quentin Tarantino, Joe »

- Alex Maidy

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Kevin Hart helps Will Ferrell Get Hard in this first trailer

19 December 2014 7:26 AM, PST

Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart are two actors who fall into the love 'em or hate 'em category in movies. Ferrell seems to more often be in the love area while there is a lot of hate for Kevin Hart's brand of humor. Personally, I see potential in Kevin Hart if he were to find the right project, but I do see how people could find him annoying. Chances are Get Hard is not going to do much to change that. In the first trailer for Tropic Thunder screenwriter Etan Cohen's directorial debut, Hart »

- Alex Maidy

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Update: Obama on The Interview cancellation: "Sony made a mistake"

19 December 2014 6:51 AM, PST

Update: Sony has responded to President Obama's comments. See them below. Now that the FBI has released confirmation that North Korea is behind the Sony hacks and threats regarding the release of The Interview, President Obama has issued statements via his year end press conference regarding his opinions of Sony's decision not to release The Interview. "I am sympathetic to the concerns that they face. Having said all that, yes, I think they made a mistake," Obama said at a news »

- Alex Maidy

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Tons of detailed looks at Age of Ultron figures including the Hulkbuster

19 December 2014 6:13 AM, PST

A few days ago, we brought you a look at the premium figures based on the Iron Man Mark 43 costume worn by Tony Stark in Avengers: Age Of Ultron. The detail was amazing and gave us a deeper look at the damage to the superhero, potentially at the hands of Ultron and his mechanical minions. Now, we have new looks at several other characters from the film via their premium figures. A Hong Kong based website, Toy People, has posted a ton of images from the Toy Soul 2014 expo which featured the »

- Alex Maidy

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will go head-to-head with Star Wars in Sisters

19 December 2014 6:11 AM, PST

When you hear the date "December 18, 2015," there's undoubtedly one thing that comes to mind: Star Wars. It's the date the infamous sequel to the original trilogy will hit theaters and fans will cry out, one way or the other. The idea of the space opera having any competition is a joke but Universal Pictures is planning their own bit of counter programming with the upcoming Tina Fey/Amy Poehler comedy Sisters. The story focuses on two sisters who decide to throw one last house party »

- Sean Wist

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Trick 'r Treat director Michael Dougherty delivers Krampus Christmas cards

19 December 2014 5:34 AM, PST

I suppose it's that time to start getting into the holiday spirit, so let's talk Krampus! Based on the ancient legend of a pagan demon who punishes the wicked, Legendary Pictures’ Krampus is a twisted horror comedy written and directed by Michael Dougherty (Trick 'R Treat). While Krampus wont be released until December of next year, here are some nifty animated cards to tide you over. #KrampusMovie is coming to town 2015. pic.twitter.com/3sw3MqFcIA »

- Sean Wist

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J.J. Abrams and crew thank fans in this behind-the-scenes Star Wars video

19 December 2014 4:05 AM, PST

You may recall a few videos J.J. Abrams sent out to the masses this summer in order to help support Force for Change, which worked with Unicef’s Innovation Labs in order fund dozens of innovative projects with the goal of providing learning tools to children all across the globe. Thanks to Star Wars fans and supporters of Unicef everywhere, they were able to raise over $4 million dollars. Once again, Abrams has dropped a behind-the-scenes video thanking everyone for their »

- Sean Wist

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Exclusive featurette for The Americans season 2 DVD release

19 December 2014 3:43 AM, PST

If you haven't had the pleasure of watching one of the best dramas on television, it's time to catch up on The Americans (read our Binge Watchin' review here!). Earlier this year it wrapped up a fantastic second season and in little over a month the series will begin season three on the FX network. If you’re looking for a great post-Breaking Bad series to reclaim your faith in good TV, this is it, trust me. We have an exclusive clip from the season 2 DVD »

- Graham McMorrow

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Ridley Scott literally sends The Martian to space

19 December 2014 3:36 AM, PST

If you're itching to see director Ridley Scott return to the realm of Science-Fiction, you're not going to have to wait very long. His latest project in development, The Martian, is based on the book of the same name by Andy Weir with a screenplay by Drew Goddard (World War Z, The Cabin In The Woods). The story revolves around astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) as he's left for dead on the surface of Mars. Not content with giving up on life just yet, the scientist »

- Sean Wist

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Matthew Vaughn has switched from film to digital, plus new Kingsman trailer

19 December 2014 2:32 AM, PST

In an interview with Collider, Kingsman: The Secret Service director Matthew Vaughn revealed he probably won't shoot on film again, and has made the switch to digital, joining other filmmakers like Martin Scorsese. Although Vaughn does say there is something special about celluloid, he admits it's easier to shoot on digital. I’m not as bothered about it – I mean, I think digital is great, because it’s quicker, you can see it, you’ve »

- Jesse Giroux

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David Fincher to direct pilot for HBO series about 1980's music videos

19 December 2014 1:32 AM, PST

David Fincher is having a love affair with HBO. Besides developing a crime noir show with James Ellroy and directing the entire first season of an adaptation of the British drama Utopia for the network, The Wrap has learned Fincher will also helm the pilot episode for Living On Video, a half-hour series about music videos from the 1980s. Fincher will also executive produce Living On Video (working title), and it's based on his experiences as a music video director, with Rich Wilkes »

- Jesse Giroux

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Robert Rodriguez & Sony teaming up for live-action version of Fire and Ice

19 December 2014 12:16 AM, PST

Deadline has learned Sony has picked up Robert Rodriguez's planned live-action version of the Ralph Bakshi animated movie Fire And Ice. We showed you some concept art for the project back in 2011, and in 2012 Rodriguez said he wanted to start working on the film after finishing Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Sony is hoping Rodriguez's Fire And Ice will launch a fantasy adventure franchise "informed by the dreamlike worlds Frazetta poured into his »

- Jesse Giroux

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C'mon Hollywood: Don't forsake your films to terrorism

18 December 2014 4:39 PM, PST

This past month we’ve been inundated with the messy chaos that is the Sony Hack; Leaked private information, including social security numbers and medical records, as well as e-mails that detailed catty conversations and spit-balling movie ideas, many of which were turned into a headline free-for-all. At first, it seemed like this may be an isolated incident, but after the daily barrage of leakage it became apparent that this was something much more. The true shift came when the »

- Paul Shirey

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Exclusive Cool Video: Top 10 Favorite Movies to Watch During Christmas

18 December 2014 3:47 PM, PST

Tis the season to start watching Christmas movies! But, if you are like us, we don't want to spend the month of December watching A Christmas Story or Miracle On 34Th Street without throwing in some unconventional classics. I mean, what kind of a movie site would we be if we didn't bring you a selection of movies during the holidays filled with mayhem, violence, and bloodshed to go along with the merriment and cheer? So what you will find here is your selection of wholesome »

- Alex Maidy

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David Fincher and James Ellroy's crime noir series on HBO titled Shakedown

18 December 2014 1:37 PM, PST

Coming off the massive success of Gone Girl this year, director David Fincher is showing no signs of slowing down. He is working on an adaptation of British series Utopia, which is being written by Gillian Flynn (the author of Gone Girl). Not only that, but back in September we told you that Fincher and writer James Ellroy (L.A. Confidential) were collaborating on a Los Angeles-set 1950s crime noir series for HBO. The network has now closed deals for the series! Deadline adds that the show »

- Graham McMorrow

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