I could watch that video all day. And I will.
What the hell’s a Crackle? The candy bar.
It’s been a while since we reported on that inevitable Angry Birds film that Sony is throwing our way. At last glance, the film had gotten a TON of voice…
Love Interstellar or hate it, we can all agree on one thing: Matthew McConaughey says his daughter’s name a LOT!!
As far as TV events go, I’d much rather watch ‘The Slap’.
She’s going to play Psylocke, which I’m sure means something to some of you. I’ll explain to the rest.
It’s a month before ‘Pitch Perfect 2′ comes out, so the studio has to be feeling pretty good about things.
All in the family.
What is happening in this timeline?
Now you don’t have to look to the books for spoilers.
What did the five fingers say to the face?
In case you were wondering, pro athletes live lavishly and decadently, according to this trailer.
The first one is called ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’.
Those hoping for an appearance by Miles Morales will have to wait for the NEXT reboot, apparently.
Hey, you watched a talking raccoon. Why draw the line here?
This’ll do just fine. Just keep Eddie Murphy away.
There are two amazing moments in the soon-to-be-classic documentary Bill Cunningham New York, one devastating, which we’ll talk about in a minute, and the other just plain bad-ass. The later…
It looks pretty much how you would expect Jared Leto to play him, including obnoxious “camera over the face” pose.
Does this mean they’ll direct? We just don’t know yet.
I hardly remember this movie.
Good luck training a cricket to act.
It’s titled ‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk’, and it’s about a veteran returning home.
Chris Pratt turns on the angry, misogynist charm.
Making a guy out of rocks technology improved by leaps and bounds in the last eight years.
Time to freak out another generation of tweens.
Maybe they want a ‘The Fast and the Furious’ franchise that they can call theirs.
It will premiere in theaters and on VOD. Mostly VOD, we’re guessing.
Before the inevitably better Netflix TV series debuts, relive 2003’s Daredevil, starring future Batman Ben Affleck and a bunch of terrible music.
Because that’s happening nation-wide on April 29th.
Except for Affleck, of course.