Emmet From the Lego Movie

The Lego Movie Sequel Has A Director

by Alex Beanon March 13, 2014
After seeing tremendous success from “The Lego Movie” this spring, Warner Bros. wasted no time in announcing a sequel was on the way and even less time in signing up a director for the sequel – none other than Chris McKay from “Robot Chicken” fame. “The Lego Movie 2” is currently scheduled to be released […]

After Nine Years, No More Ambulance Said The NFL

by Alex Beanon March 13, 2014
Nowadays, when a player gets seriously injured in a professional football game, they typically haul him off on the back of a de-humanizing cart – but back in 1992 on the Madden NFL video game, they brought an ambulance on the field…which also ran over players on the way to the injured player. It was […]


Vandaveon And Mike Get Animated

by Alex Beanon March 13, 2014
Vanadaveon and Mike are getting animated. No, really. They are about to get all animated on your ass. The YouTube Series “Vandaveon and Mike” where actor/comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele play their alter-egos Vandaveon Huggins and Mike Taylor critiquing their real-life “Key & Peele” television show on Comedy Central, received a development deal after […]
Variety Studio At Chivas House - Day 3 - The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival

Rooney Mara To Play The Mostly Quiet Tiger Lily In Pan

by Alex Beanon March 13, 2014
Actress Rooney Mara [“Her”] has been signed to play the role of tribal princess Tiger Lily in “Pan” – the upcoming live-action re-imagining of the Peter Pan franchise based on the children’s novel by J.M. Barrie. Mara joins Hugh Jackman [Blackbeard] and Garrett Hedlund as a young Captain Hook in a tale set during World […]


Titanfall Plays Asteroids

by Alex Beanon March 12, 2014
As part of the marketing campaign for the “Titanfall” video game, the Titanfall character has been inserted into various old school arcade games including the venerable “Asteroids”…

Cartoon Network Brings Anything To The Table

by Alex Beanon March 12, 2014
Cartoon Network has announced they are in the process of creating an app that will provide 15-second bits of original CN content in the form of videos, games, polls or trivia – to mobile devices and will be referring to this “micro-network” as Cartoon Network Anything. Unlike the current crop of Cartoon Network apps, the […]


Guardians Of The Galaxy Set To Save Universe This Summer

by Alex Beanon March 12, 2014
A band of unlikely superheroes includes a talking raccoon, a character that looks like tree and with a name sounding like a noise your body makes late at night and both being led by a character whose name sounds like it came from either a 1970s disco movie or a David Bowie concert [take your […]

Archer Vice – Smuggler’s Blues – Season 5, Episode 7

by Alex Beanon March 11, 2014
Synopsis: To try and raise money, Archer, Cyril and Ray take some of their cocaine stash to Colombia to try and sell to what they think is the queen bee of the Cali drug cartel. Details: In pseudo-ISIS-like fashion, Archer, Cyril and Ray have absconded with 100 pounds of the group’s cocaine stash with the […]


Bob’s Burgers – The Frond Files – Season 4, Episode 12

by Alex Beanon March 11, 2014
Synopsis: Mr. Frond is concerned about the “too creative” essays submitted by Tina, Louise and Gene – meaning Bob and Linda get called down to the school to painfully discuss the matter. Details: The kids – Tina, Louise and Gene – have each constructed essays that all seem to paint Mr. Frond in an unpleasant […]

Harlem Hellfighters May Be Coming To Big Screen

by Alex Beanon March 8, 2014
After purchasing the film rights to Max Brooks’ graphic novel “World War Z” and making that into a feature film starring Brad Pitt, Sony Pictures has purchased the film rights to Brooks’ next graphic novel – “Harlem Hellfighters” – about the African-American World War I-era 369th Army infantry regiment that spent the most time in […]