Guy Ritchie was nice enough to share some exclusive footage from “Sherlock Holmes 2″ with the good folks at “Entertainment Tonight,” and we were nice enough to hunt it down on the internet and share it with all of you.
That Leonardo DICaprio sure is an intense actor, isn’t he? Try watching his most intense moments back to back to back and tell us that he doesn’t look a wee bit ridiculous trapped in that big glass case of emotion he acts inside of.
We’ve reported earlier that Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s next movie Paranmanjang (which might eventually be released here in the US as Night Fishing) would be a 30-minute short film shot entirely on an iPhone.
This gentleman has apparently invented a device that allows viewers to experience the thrill of 3D without the inconvenience of 3D glasses.
The Mortal Kombat spec short that appeared online, seemingly out of nowhere, is laying the ground work for a 10-episode web series.
If you owned the classic Nintendo in the 80s and love ‘Aliens,’ your jaw will drop at this game project that got lost in space.
In an effort to determine if all homeless people are secretly hiding extraordinary talents, Break sent actor David Faustino out on the streets of Los Angeles to do a little scouting.
Normally I wouldn’t be a proponent of watching Nicolas Cage bang anything but this clip from Drive Angry 3D has some redeeming factors.
Michel Gondry’s film ‘The Green Hornet’ is now in theaters. Seth Rogen, who not only stars in the film but wrote and executive-produced it, sat down with comedian Michael Kosta in LA. Watch him talk comics, wild hotel parties and nutshots in this exclusive interview.
Upon first viewing of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, you may not have noticed the rampant sexual innuendo employed throughout the films.
Leading lady Cameron Diaz chatted with Screen Junkies in LA to promote her new film “The Green Hornet” and things got steamy – at least comedian Michael Kosta thinks so. He’s got problems in his brain parts.
This impressive short was created by thirty-seven year old Scotland native Ben Craig.
Who says you can’t make a decent movie based on a video game.
Enjoy the first 36 minutes of the Pulp Fiction director’s first feature film. The rest burned up in an Inglorious Basterds-esque fire!
Helluva filmmaker, but the guy can’t just ain’t cut out for hip hop dance. We’ll blame this one on the generation gap and let it slide.
No blockbuster is complete without a few blaring examples of lucrative product placement. Oh and for the record, chicks totally dig the Nintendo Power Glove.
So it turns out the ending to Se7en is no less disturbing when all the characters are replaced by stuffed animals.
I know how much you kids love supercuts and cursing. Here’s another ten minutes of characters in movies letting off some cleverly-worded steam.
“Entertainment Tonight” gives a quick look at this summer’s Captain America: The First Avenger.
Apparently when it comes to naming their strains, some pot connoisseurs like to geek out a bit.
As far as superpowers go, the ability to morph into a two-dimensional wall painting ranks somewhere between “might be cool to try once” and “mostly pretty lame.” That doesn’t make this video any less awesome.
Leandro Copperfield scoured the Pixar library to put together this impressive mash-up that both warms and tugs at the heart. We must first acknowledge the difficulty of this endeavor, and second acknowledge the awesomeness of the name Leandro Copperfield.
So it turns out there have been a lot of 3D movies in the last few years. At least 37, according to this supercut.
Warning: the video you are about to see is not for hippies.
The holiday spirit has been lacking a bit around here lately. Luckily, we have this video of Macaulay Culkin battling vampires to help us recapture it.
If you’ve been thinking that you got stupider this year, Video Gum put together a terrific retrospective as to why.
Once again demonstrating their superior comedic prowess, the Japanese offer us this uniquely bizarre take on how to market a film.
The end of the year is a time for reflection, personal growth, and new beginnings. It is also a time when every video editor from here to Bollywood feels compelled to cut together an emotionally-charged year-in-film mashup.
It’s also worth noting that Gilliam’s fellow cast members from Monty Python are rumored to be lending their voices to the project, which will feature a blend of “puppetry, miniatures and CGI animation.”
The fact that this looks so real is a testament to the immense crappiness of 1980s computer graphics. Amazing for the time, yes. But so, so bad now.