They’re taking the Hobbits to…Denny’s?


One of the stranger stories to pop onto my feed today, Denny’s will be featuring a Middle Earth-inspired menu beginning November 6th up until the launch of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. So what will this menu feature? Well nothing much new really, just “cleverly” renamed originals with a small … Continue reading

Hugh Jackman and James Mangold want to answer your ‘The Wolverine’ questions

With principal shooting for The Wolverine almost over in Australia, director James Mangold and star Hugh Jackman want to give you a chance to ask them any questions you have about The Wolverine. Next Monday on October 29th at 1PM PST, Hugh Jackman and James Mangold will have a live chat with … Continue reading

Assassin’s Creed film script underway with partnership of Ubisoft and New Regency

assassin's creed film

With Ubisoft Motion Pictures (yes, they have their own movie division) teaming up with New Regency Productions, we’re one step closer to having the Assassin’s Creed film become a reality. The last news we heard about the film was when Michael Fassbender was attached to play the lead character. As of … Continue reading

Big Trouble in Little China’s Lo Pan meets Gangnam Style

Lo Pan Gangnam Style Big Trouble in Little China

Wesley Freitas, the man behind the Batman Maybe Parody, has come up with another parody mashup mixing in geek movies and popular music. For his sophomore effort, can you guess what song he uses? Okay, so the title gave it away. Freitas parodies Psy’s “Gangnam Style” while paying tribute to an … Continue reading

Joss Whedon responds to TDKR cinematographer’s comment about The Avengers being ‘appalling’

The Avengers on set - 04

Wally Pfister, the cinematographer for The Dark Knight Rises, made a comment about how The Avengers movie was “appalling” and how it made him go “bonkers. Many fans of The Avengers took it as him being jealous of The Avengers’ success. Pfister also criticized the way The Avengers handled certain … Continue reading

‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ movie will have robots, time travel, and superheroes


Art by Livio It was revealed before that the X-Men: First Class sequel, Days of Future Past, would follow the story of the comic book arc of the same name. Future Kitty Pryde goes back in time to warn the X-Men about mutants being enslaved by the sentinels. FOX recently hired … Continue reading

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. District Court Judge Otis Wright ruled “that the 1992 Agreement, which represented the Shuster heirs’ opportunity to renegotiate the prior … Continue reading

Mark Millar wants Avengers, Spider-Man and X-Men to ‘complement’ each other

Avengers vs X-Men

Mark Millar, co-creator of Kick-Ass and Wanted and writer of Marvel’s Civil War, pretty much wants what all of us Marvel fans wanted, to have all the characters in the Marvel film universe to “complement” each other. It’s cool that FOX’s comic book movie advisor thinks that way, but will … Continue reading

Hugo Weaving wasn’t too excited about his roles in Captain America and Transformers

Transformers Megatron the Ride 3D

Hugo Weaving has been on a roll recently with letting us know how he really feels about his contributions to Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger and Michael Bay’s Transformers trilogy. In an interview with Collider, he mentions that his roles in both Captain America and Transformers weren’t really his cup … Continue reading

Update: Star Trek Into Darkness needs more likes to see trailer is a fake


UPDATE: 4.00 PM The fake Facebook page has been deleted. It was, indeed, a fake. UPDATE: 12.03PM According to Paramount Pictures, this facebook page is a FAKE. This is indeed depressing. [Source:] ***************************************************************** ORIGINAL POST: The new trailer for JJ Abrams‘ Star Trek sequel is complete, but according to … Continue reading