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I used to be a little uneasy about staying over at my grandma's because that was the home my grandfather passed away and I was sure I was going to see his ghost at some point. And all though I had a fairly active imagination, nothing quite compares to the weekend trip the two kids experience in The Visit. In a brand new trailer for the upcoming movie from M. Night Shyamalan things get creepy, really, really quickly.
Better than the Batman Vs Superman one. But that's not hard is it?
After months of teasing David Ayer has revealed Task Force X, better known as the Suicide Squad, for the first time in costume. The Suicide...
It's a balmy 26C in Jurassic World according to the flash new website, ingeniusly designed to look very much like the tourist attraction it's...
The first still of Casey Jones played Stephen Amell, best known for his role as Oliver Queen on Arrow, has been released. A little while...
Pixar have announced that they're making Toy Story 4! This is absolutely fantastic news for fans of the Toy Story franchise, but I'm not sure how Disney and Pixar are going to top the heart warming end to Toy Story 3. Either way, we've got to wait until 2017 to find out.
A new trailer has been released for the next movie based on the Manga and Anime, Naruto. The Last Naruto Movie is set for released on the 6th of December in Japan. The trailer shows of a bunch of manga panels showing the major characters for the series before a quick look at Naruto's new costume and short hair cut, which doesn't seem to be going down to well with fans.
Set for a Summer release in Japan, the live-action remake of the popular manga series of the same name, Attack on Titan, has revealed its first trailer, and though there's a lot of screaming and a slight glimpse of a Titan, there's actually very little to give us hope that the flick will live up to the manga.
Yet again someone decided teaser trailers for teaser trailers are a really great idea. At only 21 seconds long, Batman v Superman's teaser trailer for its teaser trailer is doing exactly that. Teasing us like the hungry dogs we are, desperate for a bone and getting given but a tiny marrowless scrap.
Play-Doh, we've all had at least some experience with the substance, hell some of us have even snacked on the salty doughey deliciousness (not me, I promise), and for fans of the colourful smush there's rumour that a live-action movie based on the kids toy (is that even what it could be considered as?) with Bridesmaid, Freaks & Geeks director Paul Feig attached..
In a set of around 35+ images snapped outside of the set in Vancouver, we get to see Ryan Reynolds, or at least his body double, in the full Deadpool suit getting up to his usual tricks again, and though it's not the first time we've seen the suit in full, it's the first time we've seen the full suit in action.
For the record. Yes Batman. Superman does bleed. So after traditional media vs internet, it had lead to the Superman Vs Batman trailer making its way online officially a lot earlier than planned.
Maybe it is lazy journalism, but I've decided. Anyone who can explain Jem and The Holograms to me, shall impress for life. Why do I ask this? Well, the trailer for the movie has come out, and it's a little.. odd. I'm guessing the cartoon that came out in the 80's was like Voltron in the UK and just wasn't that popular for whatever reason.
he drama behind Sony Pictures and their hacked systems had all but ended now The Interview has been all but forgotten, think again. WikiLeaks now has a hold of the emails and they're available for all to see online, and in amongst the corporate emails is information regarding a handful of planned movies in the Super Smash Bros., BioShock, and Metal Gear universes.
While everyone is calming down after the release of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, there's another sci-fi movie getting an interesting bit of news this week. The upcoming Blade Runner sequel might see the return of Drive star, Ryan Gosling, which is news in itself. With that there's also news that the flick has been appointed a director too, which makes the highly anticipated sequel become more of a reality.