Author Archives: Brendon Connelly
Here’s Mark Wahlberg in his Transformers: Age of Extinction character poster. That chuffing great sword thing deserves a place in the headline, I think.
The full list of winners and other business besides.
I knew that casting for supporting roles on the new Terminator movie was underway but hadn’t been able to conjure up a breakdown myself. It looks like Moviehole were able to secure one, however, as they’ve listed a number of …
62 discs and some “Collector’s Edition” bits and pieces.
Marvel have dropped this new Captain America: The Winter Soldier poster via Facebook. They also promise an imminent announcement.
Here’s a kind of title sequence, of sorts, from the Veronica Mars movie.
Currently in cinemas across the US and UK is a new edit of Anchorman 2, replacing many of the jokes and inserting new material that was, previously, just cluttering up the cutting room floor.
I find it somewhat bittersweet, with bitter outweighing the sweet, to note that Groundhog Day is on sale right now.
I’m not too familiar with the Irish comedy troupe Diet of Worms but Graham Linehan‘s work on Big Train, Black Books, Father Ted et al has made up a big part of my viewing patterns for almost twenty years now. …
It’s not the first time this story has bubbled up, and I can’t help be at least a little sceptical.
There’s a part of me that doesn’t want to watch any clips from Muppets Most Wanted until I can sit down and see the whole film again. There’s another part of me that just clicked play already.
This has happened in the US. I doubt very much it will be considered necessary in most of the rest of the world.
I fell in love with this super-funny, Whedon-pleasing mystery show back when it was screening on US TV.
The new comedy (with action) from the director of the Fantastic Four films and Barbershop. Bonus: a bunch of new details on the sequel.
From a “manufacturing innovation event” at The White House this week.
I guess that Baxter-based spin-off that was never going to happen is now never going to happen with a cherry on top.
Okay, I can’t quite conceive of a successful animated Minecraft movie, not really, but a live action one stretches my imagination to places I’m not sure a major studio movie would like to go.