Author Archives: Brendon Connelly
George RR Martin Has Had To Tell The Game Of Thrones Showrunners How The Story Ends Because They’re Out Of Step
Progress on the Game of Thrones books is not moving at the same pace as progress on the Game of Thrones TV series.
It does look like the sort of ridiculous indulgence I’ll run through Netflix on a Sunday morning, eventually. I’m almost kind of looking forward to it.
A Whole Slew Of Clips From Marvel’s New Animated Movie, Avengers Confidential: Black Widow And Punisher
As you may well have detected, this another production of Madhouse, previously responsible for Marvel anime.
The BBC have refurbed the official tie-in video game to Douglas Adams’ beyond-seminal radio comedy show and are hosting the new version, murderous paradoxes, spit, polish and all, on their website.
A Scary Way Of Working – Behind The Scenes Of In Fear, The First Feature From Sherlock Director Jeremy Lovering
It doesn’t look like the easiest way to make a movie, but there’s real commitment to getting the scares to play out with panic and the closest thing they can get to actual fear.
Everything that follows is unconfirmed, but the general information sits very well with well-sourced rumours that have been criss-crossing behind the scenes for months now.
I have a Joss Whedon addiction issue, I guess.
Click play now and, if it’s still not time for the Q&A, you’ll get the exact countdown timer for when it will begin.
Kermit has an evil doppelganger in the new Muppets film, the explosives-loving master criminal, Constantine. Here he is pitching a plan to his number two, Dominic Badguy.
You’ll see enough of the basic plot elements here to see that it’s… well, it’s just another day, really, for Jack Bauer.
It would seem that this “inspired by true events” horror tale is being sold somewhat differently on the opposite sides of the atlantic.
It’s all make believe, of some degree of self awareness or another, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be creepy.
Promising. Let’s see how SXSW react tonight.
It seems like Agent Romanoff has a very central role in The Winter Soldier, and that’s a promising prospect.
Stan Lee Explains What’s Happening In Some New Amazing Spider-Man 2 Footage, Including A Potentially Huge Spoiler
Why would they give this plot point away? Does it happen early in the film? Is there more to it than meets the eye?
Sylvain Chomet is quite the iconoclast, I’m led to believe. He’s definitely made a strong personal impression upon The Simpsons for this new couch gag.
Now all we need is a good director.
This is short and not very sweet and it looks like Sin City.