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Mark Pacis
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Self-proclaimed "Human IMDb" and comic book geek. Biggest Iron Man fan you'll probably ever meet.

Sneak peek of Iron Man 3’s trailer revealed

A few days ago, Marvel asked you to like the Iron Man page in order to “recharge Tony’s arc reactor”. Today, his armor has been fully charged and with it

Coke Zero wants to unlock your inner Bond

Yesterday, Coke Zero released a video of a contest they ran at a train station. In this cool contest lucky contestants got a chance to unlock their hidden Bond by

Avengers 2 vs. Justice League: The battle for the box office

I am not a witty man, I tried coming up with a title that would capture the epic epicness of a battle that would bestow us in 2015. Yes, people

Warner Bros. wins copyright battle against Superman co-creator Joe Shuster’s heirs

In the long, trying Superman copyright fiasco yesterday has now put closure on at least half of the copyrights to the Man of Steel. According to the Hollywood Reporter, U.S.

Chloe Moretz destroys a town in the first teaser trailer for Carrie

Remakes of horror classics are starting to become the norm now. Granted, most of these horror remakes come from the producerial mind of the much-maligned Michael Bay, but nevertheless the

Sony Pictures pushes release dates for Robocop and Elysium

Sad news for those of you waiting for José Padilha’s Robocop and Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium as both movies is being pushed back several months from their original planned release date. Robocop is being pushed from August

Ant-Man release date officially announced

Ant-Man has waited six long years of waiting on the sidelines, just waiting for his time to shine. Edgar Wright, a director who can do no wrong in my eyes,

Phil Coulson is back as the lead character in ABC’s S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series

Well that didn’t last long! At New York Comic-Con today it was announced that Clark Gregg would reprise his role of Agent Phil Coulson in the planned S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series. Clark

Teaser poster released for Edgar’s Wright’s “The World’s End”

Finally the finale to Edgar Wright’s awesome Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy (a.k.a. the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy) is coming to together. For those that do not know, the trilogy started

Guillermo del Toro and Grant Morrison announce two all-new projects from Legendary Comics

With New York Comic-Con right around the corner it’s going to be a busy week in terms of news and footage. Before that Guillermo del Toro and Grant Morrison announced

Awesomely awesome new trailer for Django Unchained

Today, The Weinstein Company have released the new trailer for Django Unchained, the seventh movie from acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino. Now, why are you reading this when you can click

Halo 4’s Cortana: An interview with Mackenzie Mason

On November 6th, the highly anticipated fourth installment to the Halo franchise gets released to the public. We recently got a chance to interview the beautiful and talented Mackenzie Mason,

First trailer for The Lone Ranger released

Let’s be clear, the production for Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger has gone through a lot of development hell. It almost didn’t get made because of its ballooning budget and the

Marvel’s The Avengers – 3D Blu-ray Review

Well everyone, the moment we have been waiting for is here! Marvel’s The Avengers has finally arrived on Blu-ray and DVD for our home viewing pleasure. In typical Disney fashion,

This is probably the worst movie death scene… EVER.

I’ve seen some BAD movie scenes before, but this death scene from the Turkish movie Kareteci Kız 1973 takes the cake. Why? Well check out the video below and you’ll see what

Mark Millar set to be consultant on Fox’s Marvel adaptations

In a press release sent today from Fox, it seems that Mark Millar, writer of such popular series as Civil War, Kick-Ass and Wanted, has been hired by Fox to

Guess who’s back in Iron Man 3?! [Spoilers ahead]

As we wait for the long-awaited trailer for next year’s Iron Man 3, details have surfaced from Latino Review that certain foes from Tony’s past will be making an appearance in

Warner Bros. releases first teaser for Beautiful Creatures

Today, Warner Bros. has released the first teaser trailer for Beautiful Creatures, based off of the best-selling book series. Oscar nominee Richard LaGravenese (The Fisher King, P.S. I Love You) directs from

James Gunn confirms directorial duties for Guardians of the Galaxy

It’s official, James Gunn has announced that he will be writing and directing the Guardians of the Galaxy for Marvel Studios. On his official Facebook page, James Gunn made a

Is the director of “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” departing the sequel?

Today has been a crazy day for Fox, its studio CEO Tom Rothman is forced out, and now it seems that Rupert Wyatt, director of the highly awesome Rise of