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13 Hours

In the upcoming movie, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, director Michael Bay will bring his famous brand of explosions, heroism, and more explosions that he’s made popular in movies like Bad Boyz II and the Transformers series. The difference this time is that Bay is bringing to the big screen
Doomsday Batman v Superman

The rumors have been flying for a while now but it’s unofficially announced: Doomsday will be a major villain in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The report comes from El Mayimbe, a reporter who has held an uncanny set of sources that make him right much more often than
Captain America 8 Bit

Sometimes, a simple statement is all that’s necessary in a headline. For us, the headline tells the whole story. Check out the video here…
Hulk Smiling

Bruce Banner, also known as The Hulk, will not be in the upcoming movie, Captain America: Civil War. Apparently, he’s the only major character in the Marvel movie universe who won’t be in the film. Everyone in the Avengers movies, Ant-Man, and even a character from Incredible Hulk will make
Batman v Superman Trailer

With the majority of movie trailers, people can tell pretty universally whether or not they will like the movie. It’s a sad part of the business; most studios put the best scenes in the trailer to entice people to come watch it even though they often give away too much.
DVD

Technology is a wonderful thing. With streaming and cable services like OnDemand, we can now watch brand new movies with the push of a button. There is no more getting in the car, traveling to Blockbuster, hoping they have the movie you want to see, driving home, and collecting your
Ant-Man Preview Teaser Trailer

We are not fans of trailer teasers. Sure, it builds the excitement, but isn’t a trailer supposed to do that anyway? Why build up to the build up? When we heard Marvel had put out a preview to their teaser for their trailer, we collectively shook our head in disgust.
Six film companies now have FAA permission to use drones for filming

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted six television and movie firms permission to use drones to shoot scenes. This groundbreaking ruling is in stark contrast to the FAA’s tight restrictions on the commercial use of unmanned aircraft system, also known as drones, within United States airspace. There
Casting Notes from "The Godfather"

Could you imagine Sir Laurence Olivier as Vito Corleone? How about Dustin Hoffman as Michael? This page taken from Francis Ford Coppola’s notebook gives some insight into the mindset that went into creating one of the greatest movies of all time.