Universal and Focus Features spent so much money on the rights to turn that dirty Twilight fanfic 50 Shades of Grey into a movie that they’re bound to make a move sooner or later. But who to cast? Well, don’t worry, Hollywood, Science has the answer. Sort of. The University of Central Lancashire’s Dr Faye Skelton has composed… Read more »
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Scott wants to amuse us with a little bit of “Harry.”
Michael Moran wrote a review of Avengers Assemble for Bleeding Cool yesterday. He only saw it in 2D. Ha. I walked up the red carpet with my good lady wife last night, for the premiere for Avengers Assemble held in London’s biggest shopping mall, Westfield. We passed Jenny Agutter (playing one of Nick Fury’s mysterious… Read more »
Little Bleeder Darian has sent in photos of this piece of commissioned The Avengers graffiti artwork, which is currently being created on a billboard in a certain London location. Readers in the capital, feel free to go out hunting for it. We won’t give you a prize if you find it before it’s finished, but… Read more »
Some of you will have seen (The) Avengers (Assemble) at “fan” screenings. Did you enjoy it as much as Bleeding Cool’s Michael Moran did? Remember – it almost put him in the hospital he got so excited. Here’s just one tiny taste of that potent brew.
Bleeding Cool tweet: The Avengers is ASTOUNDING.
Sweeney Todd, Flying Squad. Rhyming slang at its finest. The Flying Squad are kind of like the UK equivalent of a SWAT team. Sort of. I don’t understand all of these police-y, gun-y things. I think Michael Moran would be the closest we have to an expert on this. I did see the original TV… Read more »
We published Michael Moran’s review of buddy-cops-in-high-school comedy 21 Jump Street earlier today, and he described it as “brilliantly funny … in that big daft grossout comedy action movie way that only modern Hollywood films starring Jonah Hill can be.” But if you haven’t yet made your mind up about whether or not to see it,… Read more »
It took two of us to get this sorted out. I’ve yet to see every last episode of Game of Thrones season one, but I have seen all of the video supplements on the newly released Blu-ray. Michael Moran hasn’t seen the discs at all, but he knows the show well from broadcast. Here’s our… Read more »
This new remake shows considerable fidelity to both The Thing a la John Carpenter and Pingu, the chirpy little penguin with a voice like Tom Hardy’s Bane if he were huffing helium through that mask. Kudos to the short’s director Lee Hardcastle who also built the sets and characters, carried out the animation and performed… Read more »
A whole bunch of us had a go at this. Some of us took little more than two minutes to file their thoughts, while others took days– see if you can guess who was who. Here, then, are Bleeding Cool’s nominations for who should play The Doctor in the deny-it-all-you-want-but-it’s-coming Doctor Who movie. Michael Moran:… Read more »
There are some interesting clues about Iron Man’s armour, Hawkeye’s costume and the Hulk’s non-Euclidean chinos in a new set of Mighty Marvel action figures…
It’s long past time for a new high-quality sci-fi drama. But is this time travelling caper worth your time? Michael Moran investigates…
It’s Raging Bull with robots. And, briefly, a bull. In the sci-fi sports movie arena defined by Rollerball and Running Man does Hugh Jackman’s cybernetic smackdown make the weight?
Downton Abbey is a full-on cultural phenomenon. And that’s not just us saying that. It’s science. Well, if a world record counts as science, and we think it does.
A deliciously dark mystery set in Victorian London from two new British comics creators. A secret war is breaking out: between magic and science, and trapped in the middle: Yellowman.
This Sunday British TV starts Autumn in earnest with the return of two major shows. In the first in an occasional series Michael Moran previews the ratings battle of the season.
It’s a Freaky Friday for the Hangover generation. Does it work? Well That depends on how much you want to see Hancock’s PR guy swap lives with a slacker Green Lantern. Expect nudity, bad language, all the good stuff…
Michael Moran went to see new Brit thriller The Retreat for Bleeding Cool If you put them under enough pressure, even the Palme d’Or crowd will admit that everyone likes a bit of Bayhem. Transformers, Batman, Die Hard, James Bond, they’re the names that attract the really big crowds to cinemas. But sometimes you need… Read more »
Michael Moran has been to see Cowboys & Aliens for us: With a title as ridiculous as that, Cowboys & Aliens can’t expect to be taken seriously, can it? But up there on the screen are James Bond and Indiana Jones, looking tough and just daring you to laugh. Jon Favreau has broken away from… Read more »
San Diego Comic Con is over, but its announcements live on. Today we have some of the later-breaking news items from the show bubbling up to the top. Looking forward to seeing Frank Miller‘s The Dark Knight Returns animated. Warner Bros Animation is on a roll. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: Lots Of Art From DC’s… Read more »
That was the San Diego Comic Con that was. Bleeding Cool was there in full force. As in, both of us. Next year we should return with a gaggle. And maybe avoid the above happening. Thanks for that image, Frank Cho. Looks an excellent comic. So… what have you been reading about this week? As… Read more »
Interesting coincidence that today’s top two posts are both about character design. On the comic side we have copious amounts of artwork from DC’s Designing the New DCU 52 Panel, on the tv/film side we finally have all the pieces of the Avengers film character concepts put together into one giant Assembly of Avengers. Most-Read… Read more »