This infographic chart by Vanity Fair illustrates the body counts tallied from each of Quentin Tarantino's eight most violent films throughout his career. And fans of 2009's Inglorious Basterds can no doubt attest that film was the bloodiest, with a total of 396 deaths. Click of the pic to enlarge.
While it might just be a live action webseries inspired by a video game, you'd wish this was a real film once you hit play. And while we await the official release date, here's the official synopsis:
"The Mortal Kombat Legacy continues in Season 2 as Liu Kang, Kung Lao, Kenshi, and Ermac join the ranks. The rivalries and histories of these fierce warriors will unfold as Raiden and his recruits clash against the dark forces of Outworld. The epic battle for Earthrealm has finally begun."
The Avengers was set in New York, but this video shows us that hardly any filming took place in the city itself. Because, can you imagine the amount of destruction cost they would have to pay? And since filming in New York itself would have been difficult, everything that was going to be set on fire had to be digitally recreated.
If you grew up in the 90s, then you're probably familiar with the Powerpuff Girls. Iros Yan happens to be a big fan as well, and decided to come up with his own take of the opening theme while throwing a couple of Avengers characters into the mix. Check it out below:
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are back again this time in a movie starring as Google Interns in their upcoming movie titled The Internship.
The movie is about a bunch of old guys, trying to crack in to the nerd cool world of Google by being interns. Watch as they live the life people dream of having and not having. Finally, a movie that's something about Google.
The Kiss from Gustav Klimt gets a fresh geeky iteration to it in the form of DC's Superman and Wonder Woman. At the Toy Fair 2013, here's a never seen before "The Kiss" status of the two superheroes, Price and availability are yet to be announced.
While combining The Avengers and The Breakfast Club might seem like a ridiculous idea, this trailer below proves otherwise. And Tony Stark is perfect as Claire Standish, you can almost picture him saying, "Do you know how popular I am? I am so popular. Everybody loves me so much at this school." Enjoy the clip below:
Just when you thought the world has had enough of fast cars, the Fast & Furious franchise decided they still had enough gas in their tank to crank out the sixth sequel to their fast-paced film. Here's a look at the official trailer which aired during the Super Bowl:
These amazing shots by Finnish photographer Vesa Lehtmaki feature the official toys from Hasbro which will be launching ahead of Iron Man 3. Lehtmaki was apparently chosen after execs at the company were impressed with his previous work featuring his kid's toys. Check the rest of the shots below:
This is the commercial that played during the Super Bowl. While it doesn't reveal much about the plot, we're guessing that Tony Stark is still going to come out on top even if he's free falling from the skies.
What better way to get people excited about Star Trek than to debut the trailer during the Super Bowl? In the new trailer, audiences get a feel of the tense exchange between Kirk (Chris Pine) and the villain John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch). There's just no telling how badass the villain is going to be in this sequel.
Looks like the gang's all here. Disney has finally released the character posters for "Oz: The Great and Powerful." Can you guess which of these witches below will turn out to be the Wicked Witch of the West? (Here's a hint)
Looking sleek Wolverine. These images from the fifth installment in the cinematic adventures of the X-men character have been making the rounds today. The first one that features Logan dressed to the nines in a really sharp black suit, while the other pic below features was taken on the flick's set.
Directed by Bridesmaids‘ Paul Feig and written by Katie Dippold, The Heat sees romcom queen Sandra Bullock teaming up with Melissa McCarthy (i.e. the female equivalent of Zach Galifianakis). The duo are set to play mismatched officers of the law
who are forced together as partners to go after a drug lord. Will this odd couple pairing work out? Here's a look at the trailer:
While the rumor that JJ Abrams will be directing Star Wars Episode VII hasn't been totally confirmed, the one thing for sure is that it will be either be very great or very dumb. To offer you a glimpse of what to come, check out this shot-for-shot recreation of the Star Trek Into Darkness trailer made by splicing together clips from the original trilogy:
The clip taken from SundanceChannel.com features director Christina Voros and Franco talking openly about the research that went into their upcoming BDSM-porn documentary Kink. Click play below to find out what they had to say:
Or in other words, J.J. Abrams will be directing all the nerd movies from now on!
While nothing is official yet, multiple Hollywood outlets are reporting that Abrams (creator of Alias and Lost) has been offered the job as director of both the rebooted and the upcoming Star Trek movies.