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August 2017

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Short Film of the Day: Get ready for Blade Runner 2049 with this short film starring Jared Leto that connects the original with the upcoming sequel:   Scene Analysis of the Day: Thomas Flight breaks down the opening sequence from Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver in his latest video essay:   Poster Homage of the Day:  This week’s new Stranger Things poster pays tribute to the poster for Firestarter: Normal in every way but one. Will Eleven have the power…to survive? #StrangerThursdays begins now. pic.twitter.com/hzR20qONQ2 — Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) August 31, 2017     Supercut of the…Read More

Fans will be hitting stores this week for Force Friday II, the special Star Wars event marking the debut of tons of cool new merchandise. Not only will this be a chance to see characters and vehicles introduced in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (including through augmented reality), but a lot of this stuff will also be fun to play with. Here are the toys we’re most excited about:   Sphero Droids The hottest item from Force Friday a couple years ago was the remote control BB-8 from Sphero, and now we’ve got his evil counterpart. Resembling a black BB-8 with a different-shaped headpiece, the BB-9E also has LED lights. Another thing we’ve learned about the droid is that on set he was nicknamed BB-H8. Here he is with BB-8 and a cool new R2-D2 toy…Read More

Dominic Cooper stars in director Simon West’s Eurothriller ‘Stratton’ as a hotshot military action man hunting down a rogue terror cell. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Ah yes, George Miller’s long lost “Justice League Mortal.” We can only imagine what it would have been like to see the visionary creator of “Mad Max: Fury Road” take on a modern-day superhero movie. The film was pretty much greenlit for production in 2007, with a 2009 release date set, and then the writers strike happened which consequently halted the movie to a dead-stop. Continue reading ‘Justice League: Mortal’ Would Have Featured Wonder Woman Vs Superman at The Playlist.

“Humanity has only survived this long by crushing the Earth to suit its needs,” Niander Wallace (played by actor and Thirty Seconds to Mars‘ singer Jared Leto) forebodingly says in the new short film Nexus: 2036. One This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Jared Leto in Tense ‘Blade Runner’ Short Film, ‘Nexus: 2036’

What would the Justice League movie look like if it was made in the 1980s? What is Thanos doing leading The Avengers? Who has been cast to play Dick Grayson on the Titans live-action series? According to tweets, what was the biggest blockbsuter of the summer? What does Patty Jenkins …

Former music manager Jon Brewer’s doc ‘Beside Bowie’ focuses on guitarist Mick Ronson’s contributions to the David Bowie sound. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews