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April 5, 2017

What does a story for my father and the end of the world have in common? The answer is hidden. Note: This episode contains adult language. The Tobolowsky Files is a podcast from the people who brought you the /Filmcast, featuring a series of stories about life, love, and the entertainment …

Say what you want about Joel Schumacher’s late-’90s Batman movies (Batman Forever, Batman & Robin), but the one thing we’ve always admired about them were their villains. Yes, they were cheesy and corny and all those similar words wrapped into one, colorful lump of WTF, but they made a point to at least humanize their over-the-top bad guys in an attempt to get audiences to invest equally in both the hero and villain’s journey. (That’s a lesson Marvel Studios is just beginning to learn now, by the way, as both Captain America: Civil War and the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming feature more sympathetic villains.) However, perhaps no Schumacher-era Batman villain is quite as memorable as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Mr. Freeze from Batman & Robin…Read More

Best known for “The Anchorman” series, writer/director Adam McKay had been threatening to make a “serious” film for many years during his comedy heyday. And his first time at bat, the filmmaker knocked it out of the park with “The Big Short,” scoring five Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. McKay likely hasn’t left comedy behind completely, but he’s certainly not giving up on his new direction either. Continue reading Christian Bale, Amy Adams & Steve Carell To Star In Adam McKay’s Dick Cheney Biopic at The Playlist.

Who is directing the animated Batman and Harley Quinn movie and how did it come to be made? Would Batman & Robin villain Arnold Schwarzenegger be up for playing a Batman villain again? Who are the coolest super animals from comic books? What does Pierce Brosnan have to say about …