Armstrong invites Archer, Faith, Quantum, Woody, Punk Mambo, and his brother, Ivar, to partake in his wine vault. It has a bottle of wine for every year in his life and is made from futuristic technology to only give Armstrong access once every year and only to take a few bottles. This is interspersed with […]
With less than three weeks to go before The Walking Dead's formal declaration of "All Out War," the "battle plans" for Season 8 are starting to shape up. AMC released the title and synopsis for the second episode of the season, and with the synopsis comes two final words that will have fans speculating for […]
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Dave Wallace writes for Bleeding Cool: Darren Aronofsky's Noah movie has done surprisingly well for a film that some had written off as a turkey long before it was even released. It currently stands as the fifth highest-grossing movie of the year so far, and received a largely positive critical reaction to boot. Well, I […]
Off to hospital today folks for tests and things. Wish me luck. TITANIC DAZE Hajime Isayama's Attack On Titan is going to print 2.75 million for volume 13 of the popular manga. At great cost to the Garrison and the Survey Corps, Commander Erwin has managed to recover Eren from the Titans who tried to […]
Now, remember, just because you see this happen in the movie, doesn’t mean it actually did in the Bible.
This has happened in the US. I doubt very much it will be considered necessary in most of the rest of the world.
I like Aronofsky’s films a great deal, though I think he’s always managed the smaller ones better than the bigger ones.
Yes, I think those were angels.
Remember how somebody worked out if the balloons in Up would generate enough lift to carry the house? That kind of viewer is going to have a field day with this one.
Now, here's a curious little thing.
Even a full trailer could be argued to be a poor way to first meet a film, but these social media baiting blipverts... well, they're quite literally teasers, that's for sure. Maybe "frustrators" would be more accurate.
Though a bootleg of a full trailer was doing the rounds a few weeks back but that looked ugly and was, to be blunt, somewhat off-putting. Here's the real thing.
Those who attended Echo 2013 were treated to sneak peek at Darren Aronofsky's upcoming Noah, starring Russell Crowe.
Here are Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, and Ray Winstone and the other stars of Darren Aronofsky's upcoming epic picture.
This ark wasn't built to be weather proof.
Noah collected two of each animal, and a lot of snakes.
Aronofsky's new Noah is nigh.
Let's get biblical.
Everything Paramount, under one roof.