This is a sizzle reel for Tobias Fünke’s new enterprise, a little filmmaking idea that he’s pitched to Ron Howard specifically. It’s like having a mango in your mouth.
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As posted to Vimeo in just the last day or so, here are some proposed end credit sequences for Iron Man 3 that were never used.
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We’ve known for a long time that there are Klingons in Star Trek Into Darkness. Nobody’s mentioned them much lately, though. Not entirely sure why.
There’s a certain sort of supervillain showdown we’ve been seeing a lot of lately. Why has this kind of staging become so fashionable? And how is it useful?
Our first look at Disney’s adaptation of The Snow Queen in motion.
Fast 6 uses both unexplained resurrection and amnesia ploys to bring Michelle Rodriguez back.
Plus bonus video Q&A with the filmmakers.
Each season of Game of Thrones has seen some characters fall by the wayside, and usually in pieces. At the same time, some more have always come along to fill out the ranks.
The marketing for Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 is getting kinda goofy.
An excerpt from last week’s hour long Smaugathon, now available for everyone.
It’s no secret that I’m head over heels in love with Beetlejuice, so a few folk sent me this video. I also really don’t like rollercoasters, at least not in practice, so this allows for a bit of vicarious fun on that front too
Adam Brown has adapted one of Bill Waterson’s Calvin and Hobbes strips into a short animation. And it is definitely an adaptation, changing some details to work with both the limitations and possibilities of animation.
This is my favourite opening animated credits since… actually, since Spider-Man 2. Sam Raimi has had some wonderful collaborators.
I think this sequel may have come off considerably better than the first film.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives looks like just the sort of film where the foley artists would have to spend weeks ripping apart chicken carcasses, sometimes with their teeth. It looks brutal.
With Morph, David Brent, the Olympics and just a little TARDIS action.
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Altogether now – “Previously on Game of Thrones…”