Over here in Aussieland, it’s the YA novel adaptation The Fault in Our Stars competing against the sci-fi film Edge of Tomorrow at the box office. It might be worth checking out both films, but I am leaning towards anything sci-fi related. It probably helps that Emily Blunt is heavily featured in Edge of Tomorrow.
After the jump, there might be a Gambit standalone film, MPAA doesn’t approve of Eva Green’s boob in the Sin City poster, 50 Cent gets witch or dies trying, a look at Mortal Kombat X and Mark Hamill channels his inner Joker and Luke Skywalker.
While the film Edge of Tomorrow is getting rave reviews, everyone seems to be complaining about the ending. (Slashfilm)
Channing Tatum indicated that Gambit could debut in his own standalone film. (MTV)
Speaking of Channing Tatum, his other summer release Jupiter Ascending has been pushed back to February 2015 due to additional tweaking required for visual effects. Either it’s that or Warner Brothers doesn’t have much faith in this sci-fi film. (Deadline)
An interesting discussion. Did the Wachowski’s peak with The Matrix? (Entertainment Weekly)
At least one of the cast members is speaking out! Michael Douglas expresses his disappointment over Edgar Wright leaving Ant-Man. (Schmoes Know)
All that drama, violence and nudity has paid off! Game of Thrones has now officially become HBO’s most popular show ever! (The Wrap)
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller provide an update on The Lego Movie sequel while promoting 22 Jump Street. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Eva Green’s character poster for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For showed too much boob apparently, so there were some edits done to appease the MPAA. (Collider)
It’s too bad that Jubilee didn’t make the cut in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but the concept art looks pretty cool. If only she appeared in the film.
Sure 50 Cent can’t throw a baseball but at least he’s able to pull off a good parody. Check out Malefiftycent!
Extended look at The Strain. Looks like a nice little fright-fest during the summer months!
Check out this touching animated short which captures Philip Seymour Hoffman discussing about happiness.
A cool violent look at Mortal Kombat X with a fight between Sub Zero and Scorpion. Unfortunately it always ends in the same way…
Watch Mark Hamill does the voice of Joker and Luke Skywalker in Star Wars dialogue. Fun little moment here.
Zach Braff and Donald Faison sing Guy Love live!
Music recommendation of the week. Daniela Andrade’s Dark Coffee.
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I like the format of this post! Thanks for the updates!