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G-Con UK Gundam Fan Convention Postponed To September

by Grant Whiteon April 24, 2016
Originally planned for this April, Leeds based Gunpla importer Japan-Cool have updated the official website for the G-Con UK Gundam fan convention to reveal the event has currently been postponed to this September, citing issues with securing a venue and time needed to secure rights from Sunrise for screenings at the event. An ambitious attempt […]
Go Behind The Production Of “Zootopia” In This Full-Length Documentary

Go Behind The Production Of “Zootopia” In This Full-Length Documentary

by Peter Paltridgeon April 6, 2016
Normally we don’t see this kind of thing until the home video release, but here it is for free (it’s good enough TO wind up on the disc, if it doesn’t something’s wrong). Fusion has released a full-length documentary on the making of Disney’s new hit Zootopia. At 47 minutes in length, you get a […]

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New Captain America: Civil War Poster Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2016
Marvel and Disney have released six new posters promoting Captain America: Civil War. Each contains one head, and that’s only half the cast! You know who this guy is. His name is on the title if you don’t. Here’s Ant-Man, whom Entertainment Weekly reports will be giving the flick some of its more comic moments. […]
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This Month’s Pacific Rim 2 Status: It’s On Again

by Peter Paltridgeon February 24, 2016
Every few weeks the fate of Legendary’s Pacific Rim 2 alternates between greenlit and cancelled. Last month it was taken off the studio’s release schedule. Today, guess what? It’s back on again. Deadline broke the news. The latest news is that the movie has found a new director: Steven DeKnight. What’s this guy done? He […]

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Watch The New “Pete’s Dragon” Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon February 22, 2016
This might be just childhood nostalgia clouding this reporter’s judgment, but “Pete’s Dragon” was one of the few bright spots in the sleepy, lethargic Ron Miller era of the Disney corporation. Blending live-action with animation had always been one of Disney’s strengths, and though “Pete’s Dragon” itself doesn’t hold up to the likes of “Mary […]
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“Happy Birthday To You” About To Enter Public Domain At Last

by Peter Paltridgeon February 9, 2016
It’s been called the most famous and widely-sung tune in the world: “Happy Birthday To You.” Everybody sings it at parties and everyone knows the lyrics. What most people don’t know is that every time they’ve performed it in public until now, they’ve been breaking the law. The tune was originally written on paper in […]

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The Adventures of Kevin Smith and Harley Quinn Smith, Part Two

by Peter Paltridgeon February 4, 2016
When we last left Kevin Smith and Harley Quinn Smith, the most adorable father-daughter pair in the world, she had just received the bat that Margot Robbie wielded in Suicide Squad (due out in October). More recently, she was standing on a curb in Hollywood waiting for an Uber to pick her up. That’s when […]
2015 – The Year In Movies As Portrayed By LEGOS

2015 – The Year In Movies As Portrayed By LEGOS

by Alex Beanon January 19, 2016
There were some pretty good movies in 2015 but they get even better when they are portrayed through the magic of LEGOS…

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Fate Of Pacific Rim 2 Currently In Limbo

by Peter Paltridgeon January 8, 2016
Are you ready for more giant robot vs. monster battlin’ action? I hope not….Pacific Rim 2 has hit a major snag. Director Guillermo del Toro said recently that he turned in his script and budget for the sequel, but the studio, Legendary Pictures, appears to have changed their minds. Originally penciled in for an August […]
Here’s The First Trailer For Independence Day: Resurgence

Here’s The First Trailer For Independence Day: Resurgence

by Peter Paltridgeon December 14, 2015
And you thought they were defeated back in 1996. They’ve returned, their ships are bigger than ever, they now have antivirus software and their exhaust ports have Anti-Randy Quaid deflectors. It’s going to take a lot more than Will Smith quips to defeat the enemy this time, especially since he’s dead. “While test piloting the […]