In case you missed it, Hugh Jackman recently took to YouTube to conduct a quick Q&A about his upcoming movie "The Wolverine." Fans were encouraged to submit questions via Twitter using hashtags #AskHugh and #TheWolverine. Check out the interview below:
Crome Yellow has enlisted artist Matt Ferguson to create this striking set of posters to honor each movie from the original Star Trek franchise. They've also reached out to Paramount to have the set of posters licensed, so hopefully you'll be able to plaster these babies on your wall real soon:
Have you watched Iron Man 3 yet? If you're planning to watch it in China, then you might want to prepare yourself for the "extra" scenes involved.
Kotaku reveals that there are actually two versions of Iron Man 3. While the rest of the world gets to enjoy the international version, the Chinese version comes with added 4 minutes of footage filmed especially for the People's Republic that was apparently not shot by director Shane Black.
So remember that last trailer for Man of Steel in which baby Kal-El gets stuffed into a pod before being shot off into space? While fans of the comic know that it's because Superman’s home planet gets blown up after, turns out there's a twist to that plot in the movie.
Here's your chance to get all your geeky Star Trek questions answered by chatting it up with the likes of director J.J. Abrams and George Takei on Facebook.
The live chat will take place on May 10 at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park,
California. Former SNL member Andy Samberg will serve as a moderator for Abrams, while special guest Takei will chime in via video from a location in New York.
Django Unchained is no doubt one of the most entertaining movies from Quentin Tarantino to date. But if you haven't watched it yet, then you might want to think twice before clicking this clip from CinemaSins which does nothing but highlight all the errors in the film:
For the first time in movie history, dinosaur enthusiasts will finally get to experience what it was like when dinosaurs ruled the Earth thanks to “Walking with Dinosaurs.”
Based on the massively successful BBC series and live show, 20th Century Fox is now offering viewers the chance to is fully ultimate immerse yourself in their world using state of the art 3D tech. Travel back in time to discover which species will prevail in this epic story. And to get you even more psyched, check out the official trailer below:
Brad Pitt is the smiley face on the latest issue' of Vanity Fair. And inside the mag, Laura M. Holson wrote a pretty telling piece on what's been holding up the release of his upcoming film "World War Z."
Premiered at this year’s CinemaCon, the exclusive footage reveals a little more on what to expect from James Mangold’s The Wolverine. The film is set to release in theaters on July 26. So while we all wait, see if you can decipher the storyline based on this clip below:
Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim gets a new trailer. And unlike the teaser from back in December 2013, this one offers a little more backstory to all the robots, creatures, loud noises and explosions. And is it just us, or is this movie starting to look like a Gundam extravaganza?
Hard to believe, but it's been 12 years since the first Fast and The Furious movie came out. And in the latest (and hopefully final) installment of the series, Dom, Brian, and the rest of the gang reprising their roles to hunt down an international terrorist. But we all know what everyone is really looking forward to (i.e. FAST CARS):
In case you weren't aware, the year 2013 happens to be the 30th anniversary of Return Of The Jedi (the one with the Ewoks). And one of the best parts of that sequel would have to be the high-speed, death-defying chases, particularly the speeder chase between the Rebels and the Empire.
In this second clip for Iron Man 3, Tony Stark is trying to cope with the aftermath of The Avengers and starts to believe that the entire world depends on him. So instead of sleeping at night, he just stays up building more suits, which eventually leads to an intervention with Pepper Potts.