A month after Netflix and The Duffer Bros. (Matt and Ross Duffer) made the inevitable official with the announcement that Stranger Things would be returning for a fourth season, fans started learning more about what the upcoming season holds for viewers (including reports of a casting call for four male characters). As production starts to […]
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Mondo has a bunch of new announcements today, including two new MCU puzzles available to order right now. The first is their popular Marvel First 10 Years image by Matt Taylor. The second is a Captain Marvel one by artist Glen Brogan. Each of those costs $20 and can be ordered right now here. The […]
Photos and Words courtesy of Bleeding Cool's Alex Arevalos: The last gathering of San Diego Comic-Con was Disney-inspired cosplay, and it brought out lots of unique takes on classic characters. It was also great to see a lot of family-centric cosplays. A little troupe of princesses were on hand to run behind the scenes. Overall lots […]
By Chris Thompson Those of you living in the UK are hopefully already quite familiar with the wonder that is Secret Cinema … But starting next year the rest of the world will be able to experience it and find out why for themselves. Created in 2007 as a way to make cinema a more […]
He retired from public life in 2012 after a diagnosis of Alzheimers. We never stopped pressing play on his films, however. And I don't suppose we ever will.
Richard Williams delivers a speech at The Academy and news that a workprint of his troubled masterpiece The Thief and the Cobbler will screen there.
Encounters has somewhat of a special place in my heart. This short film festival in Bristol is like no other I have ever attended.
But... hang on... what's this Robert Zemeckis is saying?
Roger Rabbit started life as a comic book character in a novel, became a toon in a live action film and is now a toon in a novel.
Also: tests have been done in converting the original to 3D and it looks "great."
There's still a lot of big studio, high profile hits waiting for their Blu-ray releases, but the one I've been most keenly anticipating is Who Framed Roger Rabbit. I'm not exaggerating to say that the notion of a Roger Blu-ray must have flitted across my mind at least weekly. I know. It's a problem. Thankfully, […]