NR Podcast #18 – Jacking Cars, Beating People and Swimming Under the Sea


Download | Itunes | Subscribe to RSS | Previous Episodes Grand Theft Auto V was released this week, and the NR gang talks about their experiences with the game (We try to be spoiler free). We also discuss the Little Mermaid in 3D, which is now showing at the El Capitan in Hollywood, … Continue reading

The live-action Space Battleship Yamato film finally heads to North American theaters

Space Battleship Yamato

The live-action Space Battleship Yamato film has been on many anime fans’ list of anticipated movies to watch. It debuted in Japan’s box office as the #1 movie, and so far it has seen limited international releases. Now, the movie is entering North America in higher numbers. Okay, so it’s … Continue reading

Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles underground lair revealed?


Things have been very secretive in the Michael Bay and Jonathan Liebesman’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film. Michael Bay is known to reveal a lot of things about his Transformers movies, but with the TMNT film, we’re getting bits and pieces here and there, like Megan Fox as April O’Neil … Continue reading

Review: Prisoners is a chilling and captivating thriller


How far would you go to protect your family? Would you sacrifice your morality? Your humanity? These are the types of questions asked in Prisoners, Denis Villeneuve’s haunting crime thriller that leaves you questioning your morals if you were put in a similar extreme situation. Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) is … Continue reading

Hugh Jackman responds to fans saying X-Men: Days of Future Past is biting the Avengers formula

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Hugh Jackman was busy promoting his new movie, Prisoners, during the Toronto International Film Festival (We’ll have our review of Prisoners up soon – suspenseful movie btw). During an interview he responds to some fans claiming that X-Men director Bryan Singer is trying to emulate the success of the Avengers … Continue reading

Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer to be attached to Thor: The Dark World?


During the Cinema Expo in Russia, it was reported by that Thor: The Dark World will have the debut for the Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer (I do prefer the Google translated Russian name, Thor 2: The Kingdom of Darkness). It was Helen Brody, director of marketing for Walt Disney in … Continue reading

Want to visit the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron? Help LA’s homeless women


Update: September 25th Downtown Women’s Center has announced that they’re having an auction that would allow two lucky fans a chance to visit the London set of the Avengers: Age of Ultron. The two fans will get to be Joss Whedon’s personal guests during filming in Spring 2014. Not only that, … Continue reading

‘Argento’s Dracula 3D’ limited theatrical release Oct 4th


October 4th sees the limited release of Dario Argento’s return to horror, ARGENTO’S DRACULA 3D, a re-imagining of the Bram Stoker novel. Dario Argento is considered a master of the horror genre, specializing in Italian “giallo” films. He is responsible for some of the most critically recognized horror classics like … Continue reading

Chris O’Donnell takes a jab at Justin Bieber as Robin prank

chris o'donnell bieber

Remember Justin Bieber’s Funny or Die prank where he took a photo of himself with a script for the upcoming Superman vs. Batman film? Well of course you did. Millions of nerds out there were probably having a heart attack when they saw that picture, and now Batman Forever’s Robin, … Continue reading

Deep cover: The cover art of 007

The Spy Who Loved Me

I’m a Bond fan. I can’t think of a single person I know who isn’t. Through 23 official films and three unofficial movies, the character of 007 has become a towering figure in our modern pop-culture. Though we’re all familiar with the Bond films, the character of 007 was introduced … Continue reading

Disney’s Into the Woods musical to star Johnny Depp as the Big Bad Wolf and Chris Pine as Prince Charming

johnny depp chris pine into the woods

Fairy tales and musicals are a big part of Disney, but live-action fairy tale musicals are far and between; for example, Enchanted. They have recently snatched up the rights to produce the Into the Woods film, based on the musical of the same name that features the Brothers Grimm fairy tales … Continue reading

Get your Agents of SHIELD personalized badge at New York Comic Con


Want to be cool just like Agent Coulson in the Marvel films and the upcoming Agents of SHIELD TV series? Now you can with your very own Agents of SHIELD personalized badge from eFX Inc. Hold up, the catch is that only those attending New York Comic Con are able … Continue reading

The Rock tweets another photo from Hercules!


Shooting in Budapest, Hungary, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson tweeted a photo of himself (from the back) with director Brett Radner directing the scene. From the looks of it, Johnson looks more beefed up than usual. Dayam. The Official synopsis: Everyone knows the legend of Hercules and his twelve labors. Our … Continue reading

Ben Affleck’s Batman headed towards being ‘tired and weary’


From the San Diego Comic-Con panel, a quote was read from The Dark Knight Returns, and it’s of Batman saying how badass he is compared to Superman. The Batman in that comic is older and weaker, and it looks like we’ll be getting a similar version of Batman on screen in … Continue reading