Star Wars quickly because a hit film early in the Summer of 1977, with lines of movie-goers wrapping around theater buildings to watch the film for the first time or the 6th time. You would think that the films' stars would become some of the most-sought in Hollywood at the time,
It won't be long until Doctor Strange hits Blu-ray (February 28) and Digital HD (February 14). The big question on everyone's tongue is where will the franchise go next? The movie was full of mysticism, spectacle, and came with plenty of strangeness. One thing was certain, Doctor Strange was an instant fan-favorite. In a recent
The official 2017 Oscar nominations are in, and you might be a bit surprised at some of the nominees. In a rather unorthodox move, the normal press junket announcing the nominations was skipped this year. Instead, there was a twenty-minute pre-taped broadcast streamed earlier this morning. There are the usual suspects
Mark Hamill is no stranger to Star Wars memorabilia. There is one prop that Hamill had the chance to hold after decades, the original lightsaber that he used in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The lightsaber was used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, inducing a Force memory in Rey calling her to the Force.
You can rest easy, James Cameron (Terminator 2: Judgement Day) get the rights back for The Terminator in 2019. This is great news, because Cameron has not been a part of the franchise since Terminator 2: Judgement Day, and is planning on finishing it for good. Ok, Cameron did endorse Terminator Genisys (for
Michael Bay might be getting smarter in his old age. After making missed-step after missed-step with the Transformers franchise, it appears as though he and the production team have turned down a crossover with the G.I. Joe franchise. There is no telling what this would even look like, but it just sounds