Comic Con 2011 launches next Friday and a list of the featured film sneak peeks has already been released. Here’s a couple of panels you might consider attending if you’re more on the movie side of Comic Con: Fright Night […]
Cell phone cameras — often used to capture concerts, momentous occasions on the go, or the next YouTube hit. JW Griffiths used his Nokia N8 phone to make a short film — which one the recent Nokia Shorts Competition. The making-of […]
Not long ago we featured a post on a possible sequel to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Now, another cult comedy may get a sequel… make that prequel. David Wain, co-writer and director of Wet Hot American Summer has come forward […]
The Venice Film Festival kicks off August 31st, and “Ides of March” gets the honor of being the first to be screened. George Clooney directed the adaptation of the critically acclaimed play “Farragut North” and stars in the flick as […]
Harry Potter fans: the journey really doesn’t end on July 15. Thanks to J.K. Rowling, fans everywhere will be able to enhance their love for the books through Pottermore, a new website dedicated to the series. After numerous rumors about the mysterious […]
The official release of two movie adaptations of the Snow White fairy tale have been announced for 2011, and so the battle royale begins. The two versions are being produced by media empires: United Pictures and Relativity Media, so funding […]
What do you get when you put Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Zach Galifianakis together along with animation? Puss in Boots, Aparently. See what this kitty in up to in the new trailer.
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The boy who personified carpe diem, Ferris Bueller, has remained a perpetually cool teen icon, despite the fact that Matthew Broderick has pretty much vanished from the limelight (Does anyone remember the last thing he did? Bueller? Bueller?) It goes […]
While most people are currently hitting the movie theaters to catch this season’s blockbusters, many others are getting cast as extras for movies and TV shows being filmed in their own hometowns! Long gone are the days when movies were […]