Beloved by generations of fans the world over, Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) popularised the concept of riffing in which bad media watching is made tolerable by witty jokes at its expense. Interest in continuing the show never died following its unfortunate TV cancellation but rights issues made this impossible, with the groups responsible for […]
Many many times, gaming and film companies think themselves out of the room when presenting their theatrical or theatrical-style trailers. Legendary is having none of that with its trailer for its upcoming [release date: June 10, 2016] film based on the “Warcraft” video game. You get 15 seconds and you get all action and no […]
Held in the lavish Plantinum Suite of the ExCel, the Gundam panel was overseen by Sunrise International Sales representative Eri Suzuki, Anime Limited president Andrew Partridge and interpreter Bethan Jones translating Eri’s comments. Eri began by briefly introducing herself and Sunrise, explaining the studio was founded in 1972 and that its work is primarily focussed […]
Fox’s Batman-inspired television drama series, “Gotham”, has a new villain – Mister Freeze – who will be played by Nathan Darrow [“House of Cards”]. Darrow will play the recurring role of Mr. Freeze [aka cryogenics engineer, Victor Fries] on upcoming episodes of the series. Mr. Freeze has been played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in a 1997 […]
Having long been a fixture of American conventions, Bandai’s Tamashii Nations returned once again to MCM London Comic Con as part of their recent move in to the UK market. Tamashii Nations is a name that will be familiar to those who import Bandai’s various collector aimed toylines such as S.H. Figuarts and Metal Build, […]
The creation of a super villain for movies and television requires quite a bit of makeup and the new book “A Rogue’s Gallery – Creation of a Super Villain” details how those villainous transformations are made with villains from the DC Comic universe at a launch party at London’s Crypt Gallery next week on October […]
Popular South Korean online video game, “Crossfire”, is slated to become a feature film with Neal Moritz of “Fast & Furious” fame producing. “Crossfire” is a first person shooter game that pits two teams against each other and boasts 400 million registered users. The movie version of “Crossfire” is tentatively expected to have a 2017 […]
Movie studio Lionsgate has cut a deal with Double Take [a subsidiary of video game publisher Take Two Interactive] to produce a feature film based on the Z-Men comic book series from Jeff McComsey about government agents pitted against a zombie outbreak. “Z-Men” is tentatively expected to have a 2017 release date.