Entertainment Link-Off: Go Ape!

So there was a lot of doubt with regards to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, but given the certified fresh status on Rotten Tomatoes right now, it might just be better than what the trailers were revealing. Kicking off this ELO is one of the stars of the film Freida Pinto.

After the jump, a small explanation of keep you up on Planet of the Apes, Harrison Ford takes on Papa Smurf, find out what the rest of the world thinks of Captain America, Final Destination 5 meets Saved by the Bell and a tribute to Harry Potter in song. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2010: Saturday Roundup

It was indeed a jam-packed day at Comic-Con. All the big movies displayed the big guns to generate buzz and support including Cowboys and Aliens, Thor, Captain America, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Green Lantern. Other films that made quite the splash include Let Me In, Paul and Sucker Punch. Of course, we also check in on Team Bartowski during the Chuck panel (which was disappointingly short this year). Continue reading

Entertainment Link-Off: Superheroes Galore!

Kicking off this edition of the Entertainment Link-Off is Scarlett Johansson. She’ll be appearing in the upcoming Iron Man sequel, which is a film I intend on seeing on opening day.

After the jump, a bunch of superhero related links and a random Youtube music recommendation from me! Continue reading

Entertainment Link-Off: WTF

This Sunday marks the debut of the highly anticipated WWII drama The Pacific on HBO. With a price tag of over $150M (US), the miniseries has established itself as the most expensive TV production to ever take place in Australia. I normally enjoy watching war epics, so I was planning to check it out, but since Isabel Lucas is in it, there’s more incentive to tune in!

After the jump, some Tron Legacy stuff, a look at TV shows on the bubble, an excess of Youtube videos and a few links that will make people go “WTF!” Continue reading