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January 22, 2014
We’re not the only ones excited about this, right? (Photo via @DumbTo) source

We’re not the only ones excited about this, right? (Photo via @DumbTo) source

16:44 // 6 months ago
November 26, 2013
15:44 // 7 months ago
November 18, 2013
12:30 // 8 months ago
November 11, 2013
nerdyrottenscoundrel:

Last day of rentals. Make it count!

The end of an era. Blockbuster is to shutter their remaining stores at around 300 or so locations and end its DVD service. (Disclaimer: I wrote this piece)

nerdyrottenscoundrel:

Last day of rentals. Make it count!

The end of an era. Blockbuster is to shutter their remaining stores at around 300 or so locations and end its DVD service. (Disclaimer: I wrote this piece)

10:30 // 8 months ago
November 6, 2013
14:17 // 8 months ago
July 30, 2013
Did you know that when former U.S. President Ronald Reagan was sworn into office, Sentinels were on-hand to ensure that the day’s festivities weren’t interrupted? We’re not sure why we can’t seem to remember the two-story purple robot hanging out in the background, or during any presidential appearance in recent memory for that matter, but we’re pretty confident that the fine folks at Trask Industries wouldn’t lie to us… (Photo via 20th Century Fox/Marvel Entertainment) source

Did you know that when former U.S. President Ronald Reagan was sworn into office, Sentinels were on-hand to ensure that the day’s festivities weren’t interrupted? We’re not sure why we can’t seem to remember the two-story purple robot hanging out in the background, or during any presidential appearance in recent memory for that matter, but we’re pretty confident that the fine folks at Trask Industries wouldn’t lie to us… (Photo via 20th Century Fox/Marvel Entertainment) source

14:51 // 11 months ago
June 28, 2013
So, the New York Times went to the effort of pitching a movie. A reporter worked with a script doctor to create an absurd-but-not-too-absurd film plot, then asked industry players what they’d change in the approach. Would you see this movie in theaters?

So, the New York Times went to the effort of pitching a movie. A reporter worked with a script doctor to create an absurd-but-not-too-absurd film plot, then asked industry players what they’d change in the approach. Would you see this movie in theaters?

21:41 // 1 year ago
June 19, 2013

Sin City sequel delayed yet again

  • Oct 3, 2013 Was the day when the long awaited (and oft-delayed) Sin City sequel “A Dame To Kill For” was most recently expected to hit the silver screen.
  • Aug 22, 2014 Is the film’s new release date, though there’s no word yet on why Dimension Films has delayed the movie. The film is now slated to debut during the same month as Guardians of the Galaxy and The Expendables 3. source
8:54 // 1 year ago
June 18, 2013
rollingstone:

Moby is offering non-profit filmmakers his entire catalog of music, for free.

Back in the ’70s and ’80s, novelist Stephen King started doing something similar, giving budding filmmakers the rights to his short stories for a dollar. While most of the people who created films based on King’s short stories didn’t become famous, one did: Frank Darabont, the guy who directed the “The Shawshank Redemption” and “The Green Mile”—both films based on King stories. Oh, and Darabont created a little series you might have heard of called “The Walking Dead.”

rollingstone:

Moby is offering non-profit filmmakers his entire catalog of music, for free.

Back in the ’70s and ’80s, novelist Stephen King started doing something similar, giving budding filmmakers the rights to his short stories for a dollar. While most of the people who created films based on King’s short stories didn’t become famous, one did: Frank Darabont, the guy who directed the “The Shawshank Redemption” and “The Green Mile”—both films based on King stories. Oh, and Darabont created a little series you might have heard of called “The Walking Dead.”

13:13 // 1 year ago
June 2, 2013
19:20 // 1 year ago