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It's the ultimate fantasy for fans of Star Trek and Star Wars: the on-going debate over which series is best started with a shot across the bow by William Shatner, which, in turn, prompted Carrie Fisher to fire back and George Takei to plead for peace between the two sci-fi icons. Now CNN reports coverage of the spreading debate between fans of both series. Click here to read. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
Hollywood loves a franchise and this year we've seen studios stretching sagas - and doubling the box office - by separating films into two parts, as happened with the conclusions of Twilight and Harry Potter and as will also be the case with The Hobbit.
Although a fairly unlikely contender for big-screen longevity - because of its seemingly simple road-racing concept and lack of a cherished literary source - The Fast And The Furious series is now extending itself even further.
We knew a sixth film was scheduled to arrive on May 27, 2013, and Vin Diesel says the story has become so big that they have decided to split it into a sixth and seventh instalment.
The 44-year-old actor, who stars as Dominic Toretto in the franchise about men with a passion for super-cars, told The Hollywood Reporter: "With the success of this last one, and the inclusion of so many characters, »
- David Bentley
When I was a kid, Lego didn't have movie licenses. We only had "Space", "Castle", "Pirates", and "City", and we were damn glad to have them. Now there are all these fancy-shmancy movie tie-ins like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Spider-Man, and Lord of the Rings. But one Lego licensed-property we'll probably never see is Shaun of the Dead. For some bizarre reason, Lego doesn't make sets based on R-rated zombie movies, but these Shaun Lego would be amazing. They'd even be true to the movie since you'd be able to pull David apart. Hit the jump to check out the images of terrific Shaun of the Dead Lego that will never exist. Then have fun pining after something you didn't even know you wanted until now. Images created by Flickr user Yatkuu [via Nerds Raging]. Click over to Yatkuu's Flickr page to see more of his/her brilliant and one-of-a-kind Lego sets. [gallery link="file" order="Desc" columns="1"] »
- Matt Goldberg
Over the weekend I started to read Stephen King’s new book, 11/22/63: A Novel. I’m not very far into it, as King writes long and I like to luxuriate in his enjoyment at having a story to tell and his great affection for his characters. And also, I have things to do.
It’s a time-travel story, and so far it’s set in 1958. I was five years old then (King was 11), and some of my memories of that time are clear. As he describes children playing in Maine, I remember what it was like for me in Ohio.
We played Cowboys and Indians, Cops and Robbers. We played House, and School. None of us had Barbies yet, but we had stuffed animals so we could play Zoo. We made mud pies. We played Kick the Can and had squirt gun fights (see above re: Cowboys and Indians, »
- Mike Gold
Some people like to go out and get crazy on New Year's. But did you know there is a plethora of fun TV to stay home and watch? We know! So pick your poison - pro and college football, the entire second season of "The Walking Dead," Pam Anderson's tour de force "V.I.P." or your favorite shows returning from reruns on Monday, Jan. 2. Zap2it's got you covered.
All times Eastern.
Friday, Dec. 30
A&E: "Criminal Minds" marathon, noon to 4 a.m. the next day
Espn: College football, Armed Forces Bowl Byu vs. Tulsa, noon to 3:30 p.m., Pinstripe Bowl Iowa State vs. Rutgers, 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Music City Bowl Mississippi State vs. Wake Forest, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Insight Bowl Iowa vs. Oklahoma, 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Logo: "Awkward" marathon, noon to 6 p.m.
MTV: "Jersey Shore" Season 4 marathon, »
Mondo has released a ton of amazing posters this year and they're going to finish strong by releasing three Martin Ansin posters for Dracula. The posters are the latest in Mondo's "The Universal Monsters" series and they look tremendous. The blood red regular edition is limited to an edition of 350, measures 24"x36", and costs $45. The metallic ink black-and-white version is limited to an edition of 100, measures 24"x36", and costs $85. These are all well and good and worth owning, but the third one is the best: a Transylvanian coffin shaped poster on wood. There are only 75 of these, they measure approximately 21"x36", and costs $135. Hit the jump to check out the posters. They'll go on sale tomorrow, December 30th, at a random time. Be sure you're following @MondoNews for the announcement. [gallery link="file" order="Desc" columns="1"] About Mondo Mondo is the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible art boutique, featuring designs from world famous artists based on licenses »
- Matt Goldberg
From drool-inducing deliciousness to pop-culture-turned-edible to things that were just weird, 2011 was a landmark year for crazy foods showing up on the internet and causing our jaws to drop from shock and/or willingness to consume them. In honor of these culinary masterpieces and other bizarre food-related occurrences, here’s our incredibly edible list of The 25 Most Incredible Foods Of 2011. Click on any food-title for additional photos, descriptions, and terrible jokes: 25. Wu-Tang Flan A pop-culinary no-brainer that truly embodies the spirit of C.R.E.A.M. (Custard Rules Everything Around Me) 24. Taco Bell Dorito Taco The long-awaited Watch The Throne of inebriated snack foods: 23. Ketchup Fountain So, so gross and yet so, so necessary: 22. Banana Waffle Burrito I was drooling after the first two words, then drooling on my drool after the third. 21. Coffee, To Anderson Cooper Here’s an incredibly-staged clip of Anderson Cooper trying coffee and spinach for the first time. »
- Dan Hopper
Released in the UK by Revolver Entertainment in January, The Legend of Bruce Lee is the definitive and tragic story of famed martial arts legend Bruce Lee – the man who made history as the revered martial arts icon of cinema – which is executive produced by his daughter Shannon Lee and stars Danny (Kwok Kwan) Chan, Mark Dacascos, Michael Jai White and Ray Park.
The star and force behind iconic movies Fist Of Fury and Enter The Dragon, Lee’s extraordinary physical skills and dedicated mentality literally catapulted him into global superstardom. It is without question Lee’s legacy continues to live on as the world’s most celebrated martial arts actor and philosopher. Charting the star’s incredible story from his childhood in Hong Kong to his life in the United States including the development and mastering of his martial arts and philosophy, the film depicts his story-book rise to worldwide phenomenon. »
I've always been a slacker when it comes to sending out Christmas cards. It's not that I don't remember, just that I never have the time to come up with something creative, and if I'm going to mess with it I want to send out something personalized rather than just another prepackaged bit of Hallmark well-wishery. Plus, one of my best friends in the world, who happens to be a photographer with a knack for graphic design, often sends out cards that would trump my meager efforts in the first place. So just imagine how frustrating it would be to be friends with Lucasfilm. See, aside from being one of the best-known and most influential film production companies on the planet, Lucasfilm also puts together a mean holiday card. They've been sending them out since 1977, the year the original Star Wars came out, and they're continuing the tradition to this »
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I use the term "worst" loosely as I am generally not paid to see the obviously terrible films that open all year round. Plus, I'm not feeling the negativity this year. Or, rather, I'm trying not to feel it. With Bridesmaids and Melancholia both speaking so eloquently on the subject of depression this year like some perfect if unlikely double feature (more on that soon) why should I wallow in my own? No, 2011 was a good year for cinema. So here is a very quick purge of the things that momentarily led me to believe otherwise.
Hell's multiplex has noisy audiences, crying babies, constant texting, and 50 million miniature screens showing only 50 movies, a million microscopic screens for each sorry movie! All of them requiring 3D glasses... even the ones in 2D. I wisely avoided the films I thought might play there -- if »
- NATHANIEL R
What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. If you have any interesting items that we might've missed that you think should go in /Film's Page 2 - email us ! Header Photo : Casino animated Gif FirstShowing  lists five things from Holiday movies they actually want for Christmas.  The 2011 LucasFilm Holiday Card  Rejects  lists 40 things they learned from the Elf commentary  Mos Eisley Spaceport t-shirt . Movieline  lists 5 Scenes Worth Remembering From Otherwise Forgettable 2011 Films  A rare look  at The Sundance Slotting Wall Pajiba  lists The 10 Best Episodes of NBC's Community Watch  the Star Wars fan movie winner "Unlimited Power" Guyism  lists 9 of the Worst TV »
- Peter Sciretta
1. Knut The Polar Bear, May He Rest in Peace Rip Knut: 50 Photos To Remember Knut By 2. This Grape-Sized Turtle Grape-Sized Turtle Looks Cute Enough To Accidentally Eat 3. Our Fave Fat Cat Of 2011: Fat Cat On Treadmill Never Forget Fat Cat Working Out On Underwater Treadmill: A Thing 4. Primordial Man’s Best Friend! Dog And Orangutan BFFs Are Today’s Official “Reason For Living” 5. “Everything Is Amazing!” Cat The Constantly Amazed Cat Gif Wall 6. The Gender-Identity Issue Squirrel The Adorable Adventures Of A Cross-Dressing Squirrel 7. Werqing The Catwalk Dog Dog Walk On Hind Legs, Works The Catwalk 8. Smiling Newborn Baby Penguin Baby “Have A Great Weekend Everyone” — Baby Penguin 9. Pony In Smallest Birthday Hat World’s Smallest Horse Celebrates Birthday With World’s Tiniest Party Hat 10. The Luckiest Sloth In The World (Scratched By Ryan Gosling) For Your Consideration: Ryan Gosling At The Zoo 11. Baby Antelope With Hershey »
- Michelle Collins
Star Wars: The Old Republic has made its debut at the top of the PC weekly chart. Football Manager 2012 drops to second, above The Sims 3: Pets in third and The Sims 3 in fourth. At the tail-end of the chart, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm re-enters at ten, below Sims expansions Late Night and Generations. The top ten in full: 1. (-) Star Wars: The Old Republic (Electronic Arts)
2. (1) Football Manager 2012 (Sega)
3. (2) The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Bethesda Softworks)
4. (more) »
- By Liam Martin
FIFA 12 celebrates the New Year at the top of the all-format weekly video game chart. EA's football title is followed by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in second and Just Dance 3 in third. Christmas number one Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim drops a massive seven places to eight, below a rising Need For Speed: The Run at seven. Massively multiplayer online role-playing game Star Wars: The Old Republic is this week's only new release, entering the chart at ten. The top ten in full: 1. (4) FIFA 12 (Electronic Arts)
2. (3) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (more) »
- By Liam Martin
Trevor Hogg chats to the Academy Award-nominated visual effects supervisor Michael Owens...
“I grew up in the Bay Area,” states Michael Owens. “There was no moviemaking there. I fell into filmmaking when I was in high school.” Not wanting to move to Los Angeles, the teenager floundered. “When Ilm [Industrial Light & Magic] came to Marine County, it was like, ‘There’s an opportunity for fun.’ I never thought I was making myself a career out of visual effects.” He thrived. “At that time, they were the forefront and you learned a lot visually. We’re working on multiple projects. It was quite a talent pool.” One of the movies Owens helped out with was the third installment of the original Star Wars trilogy. “Jedi  was really fun to work on. I did a lot of spaceships. I also did the speeder bikes chase.” The latter sequence required some ingenuity. “Dennis Muren let me »
Anne Helen Petersen has 5 crotchety excellent questions about The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Bad Ass Digest a terrific piece on Margaret & #TeamMargaret, the time between Christmas & New Years and the space between Mess & Masterpiece
Daily Mail Christina Hendricks returning to the 1960s for Bomb a political period piece from sporadic director Sally Potter. The film is about two teens who get involved in the "Ban the Bomb" movement. The film will star Elle Fanning and Alice Englert. Englert is actually the daughter of the great filmmaker Jane Campion though most sites are missing this info since people keep spelling her last name wrong.
Awards Daily Sasha looks back on box office versus Oscar and how drastically »
- NATHANIEL R
If you spent the holidays stranded in suburbia or wishing you were somewhere else making merry, we have a solution for next year's festivities. The deserts of Tatooine and the serene forests of Pandora are beckoning you for a getaway, proving that there are plenty of sci-fi cinematic landmarks that would make great vacation spots off-screen. TravelSupermarket recently shared their twelve picks for science fiction fantasy trips, which we spotlight below. Star Wars boasts several real-life locations you can make the trek to. The most iconic planet in the George Lucas universe — Tatooine — is actually located in Tunisia. Several cities in the African country were used as filming locations, but the south western desert city of...
- Alison Nastasi
What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. If you have any interesting items that we might've missed that you think should go in /Film's Page 2 - email us ! Header Photo : True Grit animated Gif HuffPost  lists The Best TV Lines Of 2011  /Film reader Jimmy D sent in a photo of his Rocketeer tattoo. The Sixth Wall  lists 7 Deliciously Dark Holiday Films Custom action figures : If Star Wars Was a Sci-Fi Serial Movieline 's Julie Miller lists her 10 Favorite Films of 2011 Lord of the Rings Back Tattoo  David Fincher Says  'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Has "Parallels" To 'Chinatown' »
- Peter Sciretta
Overall, 2011 was a pretty good year for movies. We had some great films throughout the entire year, and some very notable and memorable ones that will surely remain in our hearts from 2012 onward. But if you thought 2011 was a crazy year for film, you ain't seen nothing yet. 2012 is ridiculous, with some extremely high profile films hitting throughout the entire year. How is a person supposed to sort through them all? Well, like always, Tmp is here to help. Throughout the last week of 2011, we will be covering the Entire year of 2012 in full detail. Every notable release within the next 12 months will be discussed and scrutinized in six easy to read, yet thorough segments. 2012 is going to be a huge year for film...and we'll be here every step of the way to help you through it. Welcome to Tmp's Prelude to 2012! First up...The months of January and February! »
- TheCritic28@gmail.com (Matthew Legarreta)
A new poster and synopsis have been sent over for director Bryan Singer's gritty new version of the classic fairy tale and - as you may already have spotted in our video channel on the right - a trailer is also available.
An ancient war is reignited when a young farmhand unwittingly opens a gateway between our world and a fearsome race of giants. Unleashed on the Earth for the first time in centuries, the giants strive to reclaim the land they once lost, forcing the young man, Jack (Nicholas Hoult), into the battle of his life to stop them.
Fighting for a kingdom and its people, and the love of a brave princess, »
- David Bentley
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