Watch: Hugh Jackman Sings WOLVERINE: THE MUSICAL

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 in The Web | 0 comments

Hugh Jackman recently visited BBC Radio 1 where he paid a musical tribute to the X-Man he’s played for nearly 15 years (seriously?!)… Wolverine. Set to the tune of Les Miz‘s “Who Am I?,” the Tony award winner pines for ice cream while describing his rigorous workout routine. And yes, he even gets to plug X-Men: Days of Future Past, which hits theaters this summer. So who is he? He’s Wolverine. Check it...

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Christmas Morning Through The Lens Of Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese And More!

Posted by on Dec 21, 2013 in The Pictures, The Web | 1 comment

Did you ever wonder what a Lars Von Trier Christmas movie would look like? Me either. That is until the good folks over at Four Ground Media put together a sampling of Christmas morning scenes as if they were directed by some of world’s leading filmmakers in The Auteurs of Christmas. There’s Steven Spielberg with a heart warming family moments (including a big hug from dad), Woody Allen with a minute of kvetching about parade traffic backups, and Werner Herzog with a narration of a family opening presents as a metaphor for the current state of the economy. And yes, Martin Scorsese and Wes Anderson are there, too. Lar Von Trier’s my favorite bit. But Baz Luhrmann is a close second. Watch and let us know which one is your...

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Breaking In The Middle: Watch This NEWHART-Inspired Alternate Ending To BREAKING BAD

Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in The Tube, The Web | 0 comments

Bryan Cranston‘s Malcolm in the Middle co-star Jane Kaczmarek visited the set of Breaking Bad in January fueling rumors that she would appear in the final episodes of the AMC series. That certainly didn’t happen, but now we may know why she was there. An alternate ending for the show appeared on the web yesterday, one that finally unites the worlds of Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle. It features Hal waking up from a nightmare in bed next to Lois, a nightmare where he was a meth-dealing chemistry wizard. Of course, this is a riff on the classic Newhart series finale, where Bob Newhart wakes up in bed next to his The Bob Newhart Show wife, Suzanne Pleshette. Check it...

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The MORTAL KOMBAT Movie Reboot Needs A New Director

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013 in The Pictures, The Web | 0 comments

Our great hope of seeing a big screen reboot with the Mortal Kombat: Rebirth and Legacy director at the helm have been dashed. Kevin Tancharoen, the man who turned a fan film into two seasons of a Mortal Kombat web series,  took to Twitter to let fans know that he’s finished. After 3 years of Kombat,I’ve decided to move on to other creative opportunities. I wish everyone involved in the movie big success. Thanks! — Kevin Tancharoen (@KTANCH) October 25, 2013 There’s no explanation given as to why Tancharoen dropped out, but fans should certainly mourn this loss. He’s the whole reason we’re even talking about the possibility of a new Mortal Kombat movie. After all, Tancharoen’s web series gave new life to a franchise that has had little success in cinemas. (Though, one could argue that Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is one of the best bad movies you’ll ever see.) So...

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Watch Zack Snyder & Bruce Timm’s Short Tribute To Superman At 75

Posted by on Oct 16, 2013 in The Web | 0 comments

Warner Bros. is celebrating 75 Years of Superman is the most understated way. The idea that the Last Son of Kryton has is three-quarters of a century old certainly hasn’t permeated popular culture, despite the release of Man of Steel. But every once in a while, WB comes out with something cool for what seems like a minor celebration for a major event. Case in point: Zack Snyder and Bruce Timm’s animated tribute to Supes. This two-minute short takes us from Superman’s start in Action Comics #1 all the way up to the latest incarnation in Man of Steel, with tributes to George Reeves and Christopher Reeve thrown in there along the way. And the music in the short slowly transitions from the iconic Superman: The Movie theme to Hans Zimmer’s score from the latest flick. It’s not anything that will blow...

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Want To See A Gritty POWER RANGERS Movie? MORTAL KOMBAT’s Kevin Tancharoen Is With You

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in The Web | 0 comments

Kevin Tancharoen is an internet superhero. The director made a fan-film/pitch movie call Mortal Kombat: Rebirth that turned into the web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy, which could lead into a new Mortal Kombat feature film. But the director has another fan film in mind, one that I think every 90s kid would want to see, a gritty, grown-up version of Power Rangers. In speaking with Screen Rant, Tancharoen basically said we’re living in the golden age of the fan-film. (And anyone who spends as much time on the internet as I do would likely agree.) But when asked what his next idea for a fan-film of his own would be, Tancharoen, in all seriousness, said Power Rangers: Kevin Tancharoen: Zordon is dying and Red Ranger has to go find the Green Ranger, who’s now an MMA fighter, and the Yellow Ranger died in a...

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