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Boardwalk Empire to UK: Sky To Bring In New Year With Brand New Channel

30 December 2010 11:08 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

For years now the leading Cable and Satellite Channel Package here in the UK has been Sky Television. During the late 80s, 90s and the earlier part of this last decade, the company, which introduced UK Audiences to the joys of subscriber television have trail blazed and pretty much had the market here in the UK cornered. In the 90s Sky One was the channel to go to if you wanted new Us Drama series, and the company rather famously nabbed the first run rights to all the Star Trek series from the clutches of the BBC, which made Sky One a very popular destination for Science Fiction fans. Lately the Sky Channels have had some serious competition »

- Ian Cullen

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The Other 'Cowboys and Aliens' Trailer

30 December 2010 1:40 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Trailers and Clips, Cinematical

Back in 1994 there was a very real movie called 'Oblivion', starring Richard Joseph Paul, Jackie Swanson and Andrew Divoff, among many other people you've probably never heard of (except for maybe Isaac Hayes and George Takei, who ad-libbed a number of 'Star Trek' jokes found in the movie ). In the film, Paul played Zack Stone, a cowboy who returns to the seedy town of Oblivion after his father is killed by the villainous Red Eye. Can Zack step up and become the town's new sheriff in order to rid it of Red Eye and his evil gang of aliens?

Produced with a budget of around 2.5 million, 'Oblivion' came with the tagline: "On this planet, it's Cowboys and Aliens", which is comical, of course, because in 2011 we actually have a film coming out called 'Cowboys & Aliens'. Based on the »

- Erik Davis

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The Other 'Cowboys and Aliens' Trailer

30 December 2010 1:40 AM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Trailers and Clips, Cinematical

Back in 1994 there was a very real movie called 'Oblivion', starring Richard Joseph Paul, Jackie Swanson and Andrew Divoff, among many other people you've probably never heard of (except for maybe Isaac Hayes and George Takei, who ad-libbed a number of 'Star Trek' jokes found in the movie ). In the film, Paul played Zack Stone, a cowboy who returns to the seedy town of Oblivion after his father is killed by the villainous Red Eye. Can Zack step up and become the town's new sheriff in order to rid it of Red Eye and his evil gang of aliens?

Produced with a budget of around 2.5 million, 'Oblivion' came with the tagline: "On this planet, it's Cowboys and Aliens", which is comical, of course, because in 2011 we actually have a film coming out called 'Cowboys & Aliens'. Based on the »

- Erik Davis

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Final Tyler Stout’s ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Posters Revealed

29 December 2010 5:25 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Star Wars fans can rejoice with these fine collectibles. Mondo will release its final Star Wars poster collection with three new posters and variants for the original trilogy designed by Tyler Stout. These posters will be sold on Mondo’s site on December 31 at a “random time.” The posters are 24” x 36”. There will be 850 standard editions and 275 variant editions being printed, which is the largest for a Mondo release to date. Mondo is the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible art boutique, featuring designs from world famous artists based on licenses for popular TV and movie properties including Star Wars, Star Trek and Universal Monsters. The posters are limited edition and screen printed. I love Star Wars, but it seems like a lot to characters to fit into one poster. I’ll admit the artwork does look amazing. Check out the posters below and let us know what you think. Source: Ugo »

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Tyler Stout Delivers the Final Mondo Star Wars Posters

29 December 2010 9:47 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Mondo will be finishing up their Mondo Star Wars series with work from Tyler Stout.  Stout has designed a poster and a variant for each of the original series.  So if you're still smarting that you didn't nab one of Olly Moss' amazing prints for the original trilogy, you now have a second chance at an awesome Star Wars poster set.  You'll also have a much better chance this time around as this will be Mondo's widest release to date: 850 posters of the standard edition and 275 of the gold-and-silver variants.  The posters measure 24"x36" each and will go on sale at Mondotees.com on December 31st at a random time.  As always, be sure you're following @MondoNews for the announcement. Hit the jump to check out the posters. Posters via Ugo. [gallery link="file" order="Desc" columns="1"] This has really been an amazing series and I tip my hat to Mondo and to all of the »

- Matt Goldberg

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The PGA and the WGA to Announce Jan 4th

28 December 2010 10:26 AM, PST | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

It’s hard to imagine that the Producers Guild and Directors Guild nominations are just around the corner.  The PGA should help clarify something about the Best Picture race, while »

- Sasha Stone

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Cool Stuff: Infographic of Bad Science In Sci-Fi Movies!

28 December 2010 5:00 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Could Michael Bay’s Armageddon possibly be more scientifically accurate than the Alien movies?

Is the fantastical James Bond movie Moonraker more accurate than the Star Wars films?

Are Apollo 13 and The Right Stuff 100% free of common scientific errors?

That’s the claim made by this interesting infographic created by Io9 which illustrates the space movies that feature the most common scientific mistakes from the sci-fi genre.

Remember the more ticks, the least accurate the film…

I09 elaborated on there list, which doesn’t include Star Trek as they weren’t willing to watch the ten movies and hundreds of t.v. episodes…

There’s no sound in space

Not all planets have Earth gravity

Planets should have diverse climates, instead of one unified climate across a “desert planet” or “forest planet.”

It shouldn’t be too easy to communicate with alien creatures, without some kind of high-technology “translator” explanation. »

- Matt Holmes

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Dear Pigeon Guts: Why Are Gay People So Mean to Each Other?

27 December 2010 5:30 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

This week: The gay and bisexual male community has its share of bitches. Is it just us? And is there anything the rest of us can do about it?

A Note From the Author: Lots of advice columns claim to have “the answers” about life, but this one really does! How can I be so sure? Because these aren’t merely my opinions: they’re the actual wisdom of the universe, which I discern, like the mystics of old, by peering into a heaping pile of pigeon guts. But not to worry: these pigeon guts are gay, gay, gay.

Need gay-related advice about life? Contact me here (and be sure and include your city and state and/or country!)

Dear Pigeon Guts: Gay people in the Philippines are accepted in society, but mostly as comic relief. But I think there's discrimination among gays themselves. Gays here have different types or names. »

- Brent Hartinger

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Exclusive Featurette from Family Guy: It’s A Trap!

24 December 2010 6:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Completing their lampooning rampage across the pop culture cornucopia of George Lucas’s original Star Wars trilogy Family Guy: It’s A Trap! is Seth MacFarlane’s take on Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

The DVD and Blu-ray of the three special episodes has all the ribald non sequiturs the show is famous for as well as the obligatory celebrity cameos with Patrick Stewart, Michael Dorn from Star Trek and Carrie Fisher gamely jumping into the ring with the Family Guy team for this special.

Here’s an exclusive clip from the DVD extras in which the creators talk about setting up the scene on Jabba’s barge. The Blu-ray and DVD set is out on the 27th of December and we hope to have our review of the set up on HeyUGuys shortly.

And as a special Christmas treat here are some stills to wow friends and amuse grandparents. »

- Jon Lyus

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Eight Blu-rays That Will Bring Holiday Cheer

24 December 2010 1:21 AM, PST | CinemaSpy | See recent CinemaSpy news »

#Gift There's nothing like leaving it to the last minute to finish your Christmas shopping and in that spirit CinemaSpy has waited until Christmas Eve to give you its recommendations of the eight Bd releases you should buy this side of 2011. If you are still looking for that gift to fill someone's stocking, maybe we can help relieve the sense of panic that accompanies the realization that there is only one—yes, that's one—shopping day until December 25th.

What follows is a selection of some of the best Blu-ray releases of the year (although not necessarily the best films). Feel free to add your own recommendations (for those Boxing Week shopping trips) or just tell us what you got in the comments section below. Here goes, Santa baby

The Alien Anthology

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Without doubt this is my choice for Number One Blu-ray release of the year. »

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The Most Pirated Movies of 2010

23 December 2010 9:18 AM, PST | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

So, guys, 2010 is almost over, and what a movie-year it has been!

Let’s check some titles right here, at the beginning: Avatar, Kick-Ass, Inception, The Hurt Locker, Clash of the Titans

Ok, you already smell that some numbers are coming in our little story, so let’s get straight to the point.

We’re here to share some interesting announcement that just came from TorrentFreak, and that’s the full list of the 10 most pirated films of 2010 and, of course, number of downloads:

1. Avatar / 16,580,000

2. Kick-Ass / 11,400,000

3. Inception / 9,720,000

4. Shutter Island / 9,490,000

5. Iron Man 2 / 8,810,000

6. Clash of the Titans / 8,040,000

7. Green Zone / 7,730,000

8. Sherlock Holmes / 7,160,000

9. The Hurt Locker / 6,850,000

10. Salt / 6,700,000

No surprise here!

Avatar is the most pirated film of the year, and according to THR statistics that represents a 33% increase in download activity from last year’s top-pirated film, Star Trek, which was downloaded just under 11 million times.

Funny James Cameron! He has frequently touted »

- Fiona

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'Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster' Comes to Home Video

23 December 2010 5:53 AM, PST | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Scooby-Doo Continues his renaissance thanks to the well-received animated series on the Cartoon Network and his home video exploits also continue to perk along as witnessed by this press release:

Burbank, CA – (December 21, 2010) – Mystical moonstones, creepy creatures and unlikely romances are on the docket for Mystery Inc. in Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster, an all-new, live action movie featuring an exclusive extended cut of the film with never-before-seen music sequences coming to Blu-Ray™ and DVD March 1, 2011 from Warner Premiere and Cartoon Network. A follow-up to its smash-hit predecessor Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins, Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster will be available from Warner Home Video as a Blu-Ray™ Combo Pack and single disc DVD. Order due date is January 25, 2011. The film will also be available On Demand and for Download.

Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster finds the Mystery Inc. gang heading toward summer jobs at a country club owned by Daphne’s uncle, »

- Robert Greenberger

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‘Avatar’ is the Most Downloaded Movie of 2010

22 December 2010 4:26 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

TorrentFreak has compiled a list of the most pirated movies of 2010 and surprisingly the highest grossing film (Avatar) of all time was also undisputedly the most pirated film of the year. Apparently the movie was downloaded an estimated 16,580,000 times, which would have translated into at least $250 million in 3D ticket sales. This honor previously belonged to last year’s winner Star Trek with 10,960,000 downloads. Studios will of course continue to argue that they are losing money year after year because of pirating. In a way you could say they are right. Matthew Vaughn’s Kick-Ass, which barely broke even at the box office came in second spot with 11,400,000 downloads. However one can always argue that the majority of those people downloading Kick-Ass were perhaps too young to see it at the theatre or maybe just didn’t have the money to spend. Studios seem to forget that just because a »

- Ricky

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2010’s Most Pirated Movies; Avatar Takes Top Prize

22 December 2010 10:35 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Writer/director James Cameron’s Avatar has added yet another milestone to its belt this year.  After becoming the highest grossing flick ever (close to a whopping $2.8 billion take worldwide) as well as becoming the best selling Blu-ray in the short history of the technology, Avatar has been named 2010’s most popular film torrent.  With 16,580,000 downloads, the film effortlessly topples last year’s ‘winner’ Star Trek with its measly 11 million illegal downloads. Unlike its other records, however, I doubt the Fox marketing team will be clamoring to throw this one onto all the special edition DVD and Blu-ray covers coming our way in the future. Interestingly enough, one of Cameron’s principal selling points for 3D was that it would prove to be a surefire method for eliminating piracy…oops. Hit the jump for more details and the full list. The 2010 runner-up was director Matthew Vaughn’s Kick-Ass which garnered 11,400,000 downloads. »

- Kevin Panasiewicz

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"Avatar" breaks another record, becoming the most-pirated film of 2010

22 December 2010 10:00 AM, PST | Nerve | See recent Nerve news »

Not surprisingly, illegal downloading buccaneers made box-office-shattering behemoth Avatar this year's most pirated film, at 16,580,000 downloads by TorrentFreak's count. It's a significant increase from last year's most desired digital booty, Star Trek, which was pilfered almost 11 million times. Kick-Ass, the film based on the profane kiddie comic of the same name, was ripped off a potential-profit-depleting 11.4 million times and counting in 2010. Taking the bronze was the lucrative mindbender, Inception. One surprise member of the top ten most-pirated list, Paul Greengrass' Green Zone, starring Matt Damon, came in seventh with over 7.7 million illegal downloads. This is surprising because the film was generally neither well-received by fans nor critics. It's less surprising when you consider that neither Alice in Wonderland, nor Toy Story 3, nor The Twilight Saga: Eclipse cracked the top ten, meaning that the downloading is mostly done by young men looking for a violence [...] »

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'Avatar' most pirated movie of 2010

22 December 2010 8:29 AM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

The biggest movie of all time was also this year’s most-pirated. TorrentFreak.com crowned Avatar the most popular illegal download of the year, tallying more than 16 million downloads on BitTorrent alone. That figure is 51 percent more than the figure attributed to Star Trek, 2009′s top illegal download. Rounding out the list’s top-10 are Kick-Ass, Inception, Shutter Island, Iron Man 2, Clash of the Titans, Green Zone, Sherlock Holmes, The Hurt Locker, and Salt. In other words, Sam Worthington, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert Downey Jr. are extraordinarily popular with the piracy crowd.

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‘Hurt Locker’ producers file piracy »

- Jeff Labrecque

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Avatar tops 2010 chart for illegal downloads

22 December 2010 3:23 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

James Cameron's space romance blockbuster heads TorrentFreak list of films downloaded from torrent sites

James Cameron's Avatar gained the distinction of being the highest-grossing film of all time last year. This year it can boast a new accolade: it was the film illegally downloaded most often.

According to the website TorrentFreak, the environmentally-themed space romance was downloaded 16.6m times from torrent sites, which allow users to access films illegally by connecting to other users' computers. That top figure is up 50% on last year's leader, Star Trek, which was downloaded a mere 11m times.

Torrent sites are among factors credited with prompting falls in DVD sales, but Cameron's film does not seem to have suffered. It took more than $1bn (£647m) at the global box office and its home video release earlier this year broke sales records.

The same cannot, perhaps, be said, for the No 2 film on the list, »

- Ben Child

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'Avatar' named 2010's most pirated film

22 December 2010 1:10 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Avatar has been named the most pirated movie of 2010. James Cameron's record-breaking blockbuster was downloaded illegally more than 16 million times, according to website TorrentFreak. The figure is a 33% increase on the 11 million downloads for Star Trek in 2009. Superhero movie Kick-Ass is second in the 2010 list with 11.4 million downloads, while two Leonardo DiCaprio movies - Inception and Shutter Island - chart at numbers three and four. Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man 2 is at (more) »

- By Simon Reynolds

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Geek shows and movies on UK TV in the coming week: Christmas special!

21 December 2010 11:55 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Get ready for a whole host of TV shows and movies to get you through the festive period - it's our look at UK telly...!

We've taken a scythe to the Christmas telly schedule to help you sort the geek from the chav. We hope the listing of shows and films will help brighten your holiday via the warm rays of the living room telly.

If we missed any of your favourites, please have a ho-ho-ho in the comments section, with our thanks and best wishes for a happy holiday.

Thursday December 23rd

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather Part 1 4:00pm Sky1 (repeats through 1st Jan)

24 series 8 6:00am Sky 2 (marathon consecutive run of the series' episodes)

8 Out Of 10 Cats Christmas Special 10:00pm Channel 4 (repeats 00:05am 27th Dec)

The Royle Family Christmas Special (2009) 00:45am Gold (repeats through 30th Dec)

Christmas Eve Friday December 24th

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather Part »

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[TV] Space: 1999 - The Complete First Season

21 December 2010 8:18 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

In the decade preceding the release of Star Wars, the space opera was moving in an interesting direction. After the space race and John F. Kennedy’s promise of a new frontier motivated things like Star Trek and 2001: A Space Oddysey to imagine space exploration as a potential vehicle for scientific enlightenment and international understanding, the petty differences of the past being obliterated (and militaristic ambitions belittled by) by new comprehension of the vastness of space. But if Space: 1999 is any indication, Kubrick’s antecedents were less interested in the profound ideas that he was speculating about and more interested in his taste in brightly colored and highly utilitarian furniture (which doesn’t look all that different from the decoration in highly mod films like Blow-up). From Gerry Anderson, creator of swinging puppet adventure Thunderbirds, comes Space: 1999, a show that looks to boldly go where Star Trek went before, »

- Anders Nelson

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