In cinemas this week, it’s the battle of the muscle men as Channing Tatum and co. return in Magic Mike XXL, whereas in the other corner there is Ah-nold making a return in Terminator Genisys. I saw Terminator Genisys earlier in the week and it’s a fine follow-up to the franchise. It doesn’t quite match the first two flicks but it does laps around the third and fourth one though. Since I went with Emilia Clarke last week to lead off the ELO, I shall go another GoT star this week with Sophie Turner’s latest shoot from Glamour. Oh you can catch her in the next X-Men movie as Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse.
After the jump, a few tidbits on Terminator, Michael Fassbender channels Steve Jobs, Spielberg is a big fan of The Rock, we catch of glimpse of what John Carter of Mars could have been, Maleficent takes on Daenerys in a rap battle, Paul Rudd was quite gassy at a recent Ant-Man interview and Alex Trebek attempts the Fresh Prince theme song. Continue reading
It rarely happens but occasionally I would pass out in front of my computer while writing the ELO due to tiredness. Sorry for the brief delay but here’s a short ELO for this week. After I’m done posting this, I shall rush off to the cinemas to catch Ted 2. I even got my teddy bear ready! Anyway, let’s kick off this link-off with Amanda Seyfried at the movie’s premiere. She can definitely rock those cornrows huh?
After the jump, Daredevil vs. Punisher, parents and kids were in for a scare at an Inside Out screening, Heroes Reborn trailer is here, catch the first 8 minutes of Scream (the TV series) and imagine what a Minecraft movie would look like… Continue reading
The Game of Thrones finale ended last week with a lot of angry fans after the death of a certain beloved character. Seriously though, what would you expect? George R. R. Martin did say that the ending of his books will be bittersweet, so don’t expect everything to be tied up in a nice bow for all the heroes. Anyway, at least Emilia Clarke’s character is still alive and kicking for the moment. While you wait for the next season of GoT, you can catch her in the upcoming Terminator Genisys.
After the jump, a look at Inside Out, dinosaurs is outperforming a team of superheroes, first look at Fear the Walking Dead, Captain America is not hosting Top Gear, and find out what it’s like to be single when you hit 30. Continue reading
It’s been 12 years since the original flick but Jurassic World, the fourth installment of the franchise is finally in theatres and it’s a worthy sequel to the dinosaur-centric films. Despite a few minor flaws, the overall experience of the movie is quite good. Anyway, let’s start off this edition of the ELO with the leading lady Bryce Dallas Howard.
After the jump, a fun little Jurassic Park fan theory, Tomorrowland is losing Dinsey a lot of money, check out the extended interview with the Gilmore Girls cast, Grant Theft Auto in real life, imagine Jon Snow doing a Pantene commercial and a fun little ditty on mixing up Bryce Dallas Howard with another acclaimed redhead actress Jessica Chastain.
In cinemas this weekend you can catch Melissa McCarthy in the hilarious film Spy. In addition to the positive message of how an ordinary somebody can become a super spy, the film is also violent, crude and funny. Rose Byrne also does a brilliant turn in her villainous role.
After the jump, Ron Perlman needs your help, how many writers will it take to save Transformers, Cameron Crowe apologizes for whitewashing cinema, goodbye Degrassi, kids react to the original Transformers animated series and check out Wong Fu’s new feature film! Continue reading
So after a lackluster Memorial Day weekend at the box office in North America, another big summer flick enters the competition this weekend. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars in the latest disaster flick San Andreas. I’m sure it is good popcorn fun. From a critical point of view, it is certainly doing better than Cameron Crowe’s latest effort Aloha, which is now deemed his biggest trainwreck yet. Anyway, if you do end up seeing San Andreas, you can catch the red hot Alexandra Daddario in the flick as well.
After the jump, Tron 3 is dead, find out more on Independence Day 2, George R. R. Martin will not be writing for the Game of Thrones series again in season 6, Deadpool has wrapped filming but they still want Jackman, and check out an awesome 30 minute short called Kung Fury. Continue reading
Memorial Day weekend in the States usually means the studios pull out all the big guns at the box office as their big tentpole films duke it out over the 4 days. As of right now, Disney’s Tomorrowland and Universal’s Pitch Perfect 2 are fighting for first place. Well, let’s start off the ELO with Pitch Perfect star Anna Kendrick as she sticks it to the rest of the competition.
After the jump, farewell to the Late Show with David Letterman, apparently Maggie Gyllenhaal is too old, Taylor Swift broke the internet, carpool karaoke with Justin Bieber and the Game of Thrones 12 minute musical is here! Continue reading