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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?
So, now we know: Cyborgs dream of electric Sinatras.
Starting on BBC2 on Tuesday night is House of Fools, the first multi-camera, studio sitcom from Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, and their first sitcom at all if you don’t count the wonderful Catterick. Amongst the reveals in these two …
Mid-air Spider-Man shenanigans of a distinctly CG variety.
And this is how you make a Lego movie.
This Friday night marks the end of The IT Crowd with one final special. Except, in may respects it doesn’t look special, it looks like IT Crowd business as usual, and I’m glad about it.
Not the Re-Animator kind of talking heads, though there almost might have been.
Some little Agents of SHIELD pieces: clips, info on the second episode, and scheduling confirmation.
Yes, it looks like a film about men with interesting hair warning, threatening or telling Michael Fassbender what to think. Still, I’d watch that.
Not just a snowman and an elk this time.
I hope there’s still time to get lots of this new material out there and show audiences this isn’t just a giant-robots-fighting picture.
Illumination Entertainment don’t have the vocal fanbase of Pixar, or even Dreamworks, but they’ve certainly got a lot of good animators on the books.
There’s been some hypemongering talk of a possible fifth series or feature-length special, also funded by Netflix. I’d have paid it more heed if it didn’t seem perfectly timed to get headlines for the show just before the relaunch.
Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco and Isla Fisher have some tricks to show you.
You would probably consider these not safe for work.
Ryan Gosling cranks up the moodiness as he gets ready for a night of death-defying work.
A new sketch show from Hot Fuzz and Four Lions’ Ben… er… Kevin Eldon
I haven’t so keenly anticipated a Dreamworks animation… ever, actually.