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.
Inside Out sure is good fun. The final product is very good but there were still some ideas that were left in the cutting room floor. Have a look at the 5 alternate ideas that were left out of the movie. (Slashfilm)
Jurassic World looks to break another Avengers box office record and also keep Pixar out of the number 1 spot for the very first time! (Collider)
Since Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg had great chemistry in The Other Guys, they’re teaming up again as competing fathers in Daddy’s Home. (Yahoo)
First look at Fear the Walking Dead. The teaser doesn’t show much… just one of the main characters running from an unknown entity… (Daily Mail)
Another Gillian Flynn novel is headed to the big screen. Perhaps, as expected with Gone Girl, expect some random twists and disturbing turns ahead in Dark Places. (Yahoo)
David Fincher is a fine director with his own unique style. Even in all the great work he’s done, you can catch glimpses of things that have influenced him in the past. In this video essay, it highlights how there’s a touch of Spielberg in his films. (Vimeo)
Looks like Channing Tatum will not be appearing in X-Men: Apocalypse. (Slashfilm)
Who knew a single scene from Jurassic World would lead to this meme? Check out zookeepers trying to mimic Chris Pratt’s moves from the movie. (Nerdist)
Donald Trump is in desperate need of supporters, so he offered actors $50 a pop to help back him up at the presidential announcement. (THR)
Remembering Robin Sparkles, from the mall to grunge music. (Uproxx)
BBC have announced radio presenter Chris Evans to be taking over presenting duties for Top Gear. The best part is when fans got it all confused and thought Captain America himself was cast in the motoring show. (Mashable)
It will cost a lot to create a real Jurassic Park. It may also cost you an arm and a leg.
New trailer for Kung Fu Panda 3 shows that Po has a father… and he is just as clueless as the main character himself.
While we’re on animated film trailers, have a look at The Secret Life of Pets. It kinda feels like Toy Story, but you simply swap out the toys with the household animals.
Cue the high school nostalgia from the flashback sequences! The latest short from Wong Fu Productions looks at individuals who happen to be still single by the time they’re 30. It’s a fun watch. Hopefully it’ll turn into something more (i.e. TV series, web series, feature film).
Five stages of watching Pixar movies. Cue the tears.
Ah-nold dresses as the Terminator to prank some fans. The end result is rather entertaining.
The latest How It Should Have Ended tackles The Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s so big, they had to split it into two parts.
Chris Pratt is a cool guy. He sure took the prank pretty well after being scared by fake dinosaurs. Then again, anyone would have jump if something lunged at you.