So tonight is the big mid-season finale for Revolution and it’s apparently supposed to be a game changer.
If you need a recap, JJ Abramsn and Erik Kirpke are here to provide you with one, plus a sneak peak at tonight’s episode. Have a look:
Looking for a deal on this bright and cheery Cyber Monday Morning? A deal that doesn’t involve Black Friday Madness? Well that’s really the beauty of Cyber Monday is that you can do it from the comfort of you chair.
Amazon has a killer deal if you are a Star Trek geek. You can get the complete Star Trek: The Original Series remastered on DVD for $108.99 (normally $249) or on Blu-ray for $129.99 (normally $321). Seems like a killer deal to me. Go here to take advantage of this deal on Amazon.
There were no turkeys at this year’s Thanksgiving box office, as movie goers stuffed the box office like never before, leading to the highest five-day gross in the history of cinema with an estimated $288 million taken in.
Of course, there were also no real surprises either, with holdovers hanging on to the top three spots. “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2″ led the charge with an estimated $64 million over the five-day extended weekend, followed once again by “Skyfall” in second place ($51 million) and “Lincoln” in third ($34.1 million).
I went to the theater this past…Read The Rest
The Dark Knight Rises comes to home entertainment December 4th, and the PR machine has been going non-stop to get us excited about it. One such effort is this excerpt from a featurette about Catwoman and her fighting style and how Anne Hathaway played the role of Selina Kyle.
Check it out here and get your appetite whet for that release.
Want a look at what’s going on only a couple weeks from the premiere? Peter Jackson and Warner Bros. have obliged and have this little 15 minute gem. It is incredibly fun to watch and see a few aspects of what goes on behind the scenes with a big production like this. There are so many moving parts it’s hard to keep them all straight.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey premieres here in the U.S. on December 14 and you can bet I’ll be in my seat at the theater at my earliest opportunity. Until then, enjoy:
Wrapping up the week this week, we have Keith Richards returning to ‘Pirates 5’, Nikki Reed getting hate mail for the actions of her on-screen character, ‘The Wolverine’ gets a synopsis, the ‘Now You See Me’ trailer, TJ’s review of ‘Skyfall’, ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ trailer, Brad Bird wan’t be directing ‘Star Wars VII’, Biff Tannen entertains us, the ‘Catching Fire’ motion poster, Bryan Singer’s ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ trailer, ‘The Man of Steel’ trailer and the ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ trailer will accompany ‘The Hobbit’, this week’s MovieByte Podcast with special guest Linsay Morgan, Joseph’s ‘Lincoln’ review, The Piano Guys performing ‘Lord of the Rings’, The ‘Thor’ deleted scene in which Jane Foster beams a message into the cosmos, Christina Perri’s ‘A Thousand Years’ music video, and TJ’s ‘Breaking Dawn: Part II’ review.Listen Now
The Twilight Series, love it or hate it, is now a part of our popular culture’s history. A lot can be said and a lot has been said about this series. Stephanie Meyer’s series of books seems to be very polarizing for most people.
For me though, I tend to fall on the side of loving it more than hating it. What I mean is this: I think the writing of the novels is fairly horrible. But as a sci-fi/fantasy nerd, I love the core story of this series. As such, though I liked the books and was able to read past the sometimes horrible writing, I enjoyed the movies perhaps more because I didn’t have…Read The Review
Make fun of me or whatever — I know it’s related to Twilight — but I sort of like this song from Christina Perri. I like some of her music anyway, and I really like the sound of this one. And the video part of the music video is okay too. She’s definitely a very talented musician and songwriter. It’s worth listening to in my opinion.
Did you wonder what Jane Foster was smiling about at the end of Thor just before the cut to the end credits? Well this deleted scene will show you just what she was happy about as she shoots some sort of sci-fi looking beam of light in Thor’s direction.
This is a leak from he Marvel “Phase One” box set which will no doubt include other copious deleted scenes, and it is also known to contant a sneak peek at the upcoming “Phase Two” films such as Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Avengers 2.
You can pre-order this box-set on…Read The Rest