Movies & Television These Days. S: 2 Episode 1: 'ANT-MANIA'
You absolutely can drench Mark Wahlberg in semen in a trailer approved for all audiences. And you can also throw a Cookie Crisp into a man’s butt crack.
Sick and crazy things like this can only happen on one film.
Yeap, it’s ‘Ted 2,’ the sequel to Seth MacFarlane’s absurdly successful 2012 comedy about a man and his sentient, foul-mouthed teddy bear. In this latest installment, Ted (voiced by MacFarlane) gets married and calls on his buddy John (Mark Wahlberg) to provide a sperm donation so that he and his wife can have a baby.
That prompts a legal battle, forcing Ted and John to hire a lawyer (or “lawyuh,” in their thick Boston accents) to end their reproductive-rights nightmare (“nightmayuh”). The cast also includes Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, and Amanda Seyfried as the lawyuh named Sam Jackson. (Get it?)
So you’ve got some thinly-veiled allegories ...read more
Capcom's Resident Evil has been a household name for years in the world of gaming and since 2001, the name has become a household name in film also, but not for the better recently. Fans have been very weary with the recent movies and games in the franchise and I have a solution for both.
However, I think the movie has far more problems than the game. In my opinion the game just needs to rekindle its original zombie feeling and it will be back in the ball park, not saying that their last outing titled "Resident Evil 6" was a huge success. The games may still be successful, but many fans have decided to call it quits on the series that is directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and stars his wife, Mila Jovovich.
Paul W.S. Anderson has recently announced that he would be directing a Resident ...read more
The long-awaited first teaser trailer for the reboot of "The Fantastic Four" is here, and it suggests a darker tone for the Marvel property than the previous film incarnations.
The teaser was very much in the style of Christopher Nolan -- highly reminiscent of teasers for "Interstellar" -- with an ominous voice warning, "Human beings have an immeasurable desire to discover ... [But] with every new discovery there is risk," as images flash of Reed Richards (Miles Teller) in a high-tech lab, Sue Storm (Kate Mara) working in front of a bank of computer terminals, and some kind of ship preparing to take off.
Along with Teller and Mara, there are brief glimpses of Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell displaying the superpowers they gain after some kind of experiment/space flight seems to go wrong.
From the teaser, it looks like Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" will sit seamlessly beside other Marvel ...read more
'Pirates of the Caribbean' is possibly without any doubt one of the most profitable series in Disney history when it comes to adventure films and it seems that its fifth installment just may live up to the hype of my statement.
The fifth installment titled 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' isn't scheduled for arrival until Summer of 2017. However, pre-production on the film will get underway next month in Australia; and as such, we’re closer to forming a picture of not just the movie’s cast, but also what the story will be, this time around.
Johnny Depp is, of course, reprising as pirate Jack Sparrow, while Orlando Bloom says he’s been approached to return to the Pirates franchise for Dead Men Tell No Tales, as part of a story that would revolve around his character, Will Turner, and Will’s son. Actor ...read more
As fans or we wait patiently for Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment to release 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice' next year, many fans will be graced with one big film that is based on the characters from the same comic book series.
The animated film I speak of is continuity from the 'Justice League: War' film titled 'Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox.'
The story of their formative years continues this month with the release of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. Watch a new clip (below) in which Batman and Superman do a little detective work to learn just who Arthur Curry (a.k.a. Aquaman) is.
Not so unlike how their earlier animated feature Batman: Assault on Arkham was something a test-run for the upcoming Suicide Squad, Throne of Atlantis could well be used to test the waters (pun intended) for the viability of the forthcoming Aquaman movie. At the ...read more
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