Time to go ape$h!t as Dawn of the Planet of the Apes hit the theatres this weekend. Based on the feedback so far, it is definitely a huge step up from Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Worth checking out then! It also helps that you can spot Keri Russell in the film.
After the jump, discussing about the motion capture performance, Fast and Furious 7 has wrapped filming, catch a movie teaser trailer that is 72 minutes long, George R.R. Martin has something to say to people that doubt his abilities, and watch Neil Young cover Fancy. Continue reading
In theatres this weekend, it’s either you go for a family affair in the ET inspired Earth to Echo. Otherwise, there’s the horror/thriller Deliver Us From Evil starring Eric Bana and Olivia Munn. Speaking of Olivia, let’s start off this entry with her.
After the jump, old age is catching up to the Expendables, learn what Bayhem is all about, check out some neat concept art for the Dinobots, Community is back and watch Joel McHale and a fellow comedian go out for some cocaine. Continue reading
Transformers: Age of Extinction crashes into theatres this weekend with a bang! Tons of action and random product placements too! For those looking for some Dinobot action, you might be disappointed to see that the film features much less of them than what the trailer might suggest. Anyway, let’s kick off with another cast member from the film. Here’s the kickass Li Bingbing.
After the jump, Pacific Rim 2 is now officially happening, another fun zombie rom-com on the way, we will not see a G.I. Joe/Transformers crossover, Community is not dead yet and check out the ‘hipster Fight Club’. Continue reading
Transformers: Age of Extinction doesn’t come out til next week but it just had its big premiere in Hong Kong! Let’s start off the ELO with newcomer Nicola Peltz who stole the show on the red carpet.
After the jump, Better Call Saul is delayed, a look back at Fantastic Four, plenty of sequels in development, a look into mean tweets and Star Wars gets the Disney treatment… literally. Continue reading
Episode Tens are usually quiet episodes in Game of Thrones seasons. The big moments from the last couple of episodes are very neatly tied up with some new plot threads dangled to keep you interested in the next season. While those fresh threads were teased in this episode, a lot more than just quick little tie-ups happened this week. Yeah, I can see why the producers submitted this for a writing Emmy.
It’s buddy cop comedy vs. dragons at the box office this weekend and BOTH are certified fresh. Can I suggest a movie marathon? Anyway, Amber Stevens can be seen in 22 Jump Street as Jonah Hill’s love interest, so let’s start off the ELO with her.
After the jump, an unexpected choice for Aquaman, Paddington can be creepy, George R.R. Martin demands longer Game of Thrones seasons, people are ditching the TV screens and Mean Girls gets the 8 bit treatment. Continue reading
The ninth episode of each season of Game of Thrones has a bit of a reputation. After all, each of the three previous ninth episodes have been absolutely epic episodes. Seasons One and Three had game changing moments to end the episode. Season Two had a big budget epic. This season’s ninth episode is closer to the latter than the former which is probably appropriate given that the director of Blackwater came back for The Watchers on the Wall.