• Poll: Is Seth Rogen Worried About Getting Assassinated by North Korea?

    According to UPROXX The Interview scandal has hit an even uglier low as Seth Rogen and James Franco are genuinely unsure about what’s going to happen when The Interview is released as they have canceled all their upcoming press appearances, including a Thursday night chat with Seth Meyers. It’s a very curious situation because Rogen was recently on Colbert and at one point he seemed extremely jumpy when Colbert made a sudden movement behind the desk. Although the FBI has said there is no credible threats against the actors or theaters showing the film, the look of genuine fear in Rogen’s eyes makes us wonder if North Korea’s death threats could be real. Are they really worried that North Korea would try to assassinate them disguised as an interview team? That would be incredibly meta, but let’s leave it up to a poll.

  • The Definitive List of The 10 Greatest Characters in Home Alone

    When it comes to Christmas movies there are very few that can rival Home Alone.  To me, Home Alone is the best Christmas movie of all time.  Hands down.  The perfect mix of child and adult humor all balled into one.  I know all of you Christmas movie purists are out there drinking hot cocoa with your pinky up like Waahhh A Christmas Story is better.  And you’re right, good movie, but it doesn’t hold a candle to Kevin McCallister. Due to my thorough love for Home Alone I thought it would only be right to compile a list of it’s greatest characters to get you all in the Christmas Spirit. Please enjoy the Home Alone Soundtrack while you read.  10. Mitch Murphy “Bring me back something French!”  What kind of list would this be if we didn’t mention this annoying little fucker.  He was the sole reason the McCallister’s forgot Kevin in the first place.  Had he not been asking the van driver if his van had automatic transmission or 4 wheel drive, they would of noticed Kevin was missing.  So basically without him, there is no movie. 9. Old Man Marley Old Man Marley AKA the South Bend Shovel more »

  • Movie Posters for Fictitious Sequels we Wish Were Real

    Hollywood has somewhat of a sick obsession with sequels. Even if a movie is open and shut, if there’s a will there’s a way in Tinseltown. Los Angeles-based art gallery iam8bit put up an art show, ‘Sequel’, that showcases more than 40 illustrated posters of fictitious follow-up movies. From Spaceballs III: The Search for Spaceballs II to Fight Club 2 (which is actually in the works as a graphic novel) to a sequel to The Shining, these movies might seem sacrilegious, but heck, I’d probably pay to see them all. The Sequel exhibition, currently on display till 23 November 2014.

  • 10 Minimalist Horror Movie Posters For Halloween

    HalloweenCostumes.com has created these great minimalist posters depicting 10 classic horror movies. And best of all, they’ve made them available as PDF downloads you can print out or as wallpapers for your PC, Mac, or mobile device. We really dig the American Psycho poster. Which is your favorite?

  • The Rumors Are True! An All Female Ghostbusters Reboot Is Happening.

    The third Ghostbusters movie has officially moved from the realm of myth and conjecture into the realm of things that are really going to happen. On Wednesday, Paul Feig, who directed Bridesmaids and The Heat, tweeted that he will direct the movie and it will star “hilarious women.” Katie Dippold, who wrote The Heat, will cowrite the screenplay with Feig.

  • This Is How ‘EuroTrip’ Got Matt Damon To Sing ‘Scotty Doesn’t Know’

    UPROXX raised a great question this morning. How did Eurotrip, a cult favorite which didn’t even make its $25 million budget back at the box office, get Matt Damon to sing “Scotty Doesn’t Know”? The movie was released in 2004, the same year Damon also appeared in Ocean’s Twelve and The Bourne Supremacy, so what the hell was he doing at a high school graduation party in Ohio? EuroTrip wasn’t even filmed in the United States. All the magic happened in Prague, including the “Scotty Doesn’t Know” scene, which was shot at the International School of Prague. Damon will also in Prague at the same time, filming The Brothers Grimm. That’s part one. Part two takes us back to 1988, when Damon, who’s celebrating a birthday today, was a student at Harvard, the same university that Alec Berg, Jeff Schaffer, and Dave Mandel also went to. Who they are? The writers, directors, and producers of EuroTrip (some Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm shows, too — Schaffer also created The League with his wife, Jackie). So there you go: were it not for Harvard, there would be no “Scotty Doesn’t Know” with Matt Damon. ‘Bout time Boston did some good in more »

  • Horrible Bosses 2 Trailer Is Here And It Is Glorious!

    Here is what we know about Horrible Bosses 2: Plot: Dale, Kurt and Nick decide to start their own business but things don’t go as planned because of a slick investor, prompting the trio to pull off a harebrained and misguided kidnapping scheme. Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine are joining the cast Set to be released November 24th

  • 100 Side by Side Comparisons of Biopic Actors and The People They Portrayed

    The idea for this story is basic, a visual comparison of actors in bio-pics against their real life influences, but after visualizing a few of these side-by-side photos, you can’t help but stare awestruck at the parallels these actors have with the figures they’re portraying. While you can give credit to the actors after actually watching and judging their performances, you have to give it up to the hair and make-up teams that transformed these actors. We pulled together some of the best examples and also created several dozen of our own originals as well.

  • Watch The Full Documentary About The Guy Who Crashed 50 Concerts [Video]

    We previously reported on the documentary No Cameras Allowed which tells the story of James Marcus Haney, a USC dropout who crashed 50 concerts in 4 years and became an official music photographer in the process. MTV premiered the film late last month and now you can watch the full movie streaming online. Although the story can be a tad saccharine-sweet at times, there is plenty of great concert footage weaved in that makes the narrative much easier to tolerate. If you want a positive story set to music and performances from the likes of Mumford & Sons and Old Crow Medicine Show, give No Cameras Allowed a shot. If nothing else, it’s a reminder that MTV is still capable of music-centric programming.

  • 25 Alternative Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie Posters

    Like it or not it’s here. A new generation of six-foot turtles, who speak english, do karate and love pizza. They crack jokes and for some reason have noses now, completely deviating from the original design of six-foot turtles, who speak english, do karate and love pizza. Sorry traditionalists, there’s already a sequel in the making. Hide your kids from the blasphemy that is these six-foot turtles, who speak english, do karate and love pizza now with noses. Whether you’re a fan of the new movie or a purist who thinks the new movie is garbage, the least you can do is bask in this radical collection of new and old alternative Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie posters.

  • Best Music Biopics [Link]

    With “Get On Up,” the James Brown biopic, coming to theaters August 1 and Andre 3000’s “Jimi: All Is By My Side” following shortly after, now seems like the perfect time to look back at the best music biopics ever made. See if your favorites made the impressive list of 30 films, and if there’s any you haven’t seen, be sure to check them out.

  • The Hollywood Baseball All-Star Team Results Revealed

    We love baseball movies. They’re so quotable. “There’s no crying in baseball.” “Hot ice.” etc. Leading up to this year’s MLB All-Star game we went through Hollywood’s extensive history of fictional baseball characters and held a vote to allow the masses to call the shot. Movie baseball player All-Star lists have been done in the past but never before has anyone ever held a fan vote on the web. The results were quote astonishing, hundreds of shares on Facebook and over 27,000 votes so it’s safe to say the masses have spoken and this is your Hollywood Baseball All-Star Team. Click to see the full size infographic… Here are the results:

  • The Longest Film Ever Made Has A 72-Minute Trailer [Video]

    Can a 72-minute video really count as a trailer? It can when it its a teaser for the longest film ever made, a 720-hour experimental artwork called “Ambiance.” This video will be followed by a 7 hour and 20 minute-long trailer in 2016, then a 72 hour trailer in 2018. The complete film will be shown only once, during a synchronized broadcast across every continent in 2020. After that single showing, the film will be destroyed. “Ambiance” is the work of Swedish artist Anders Weberg and only time will tell how the finished product will be received (our money’s on “with lots of confusion”). Remember when you thought “Braveheart” was long? Ha! https://vimeo.com/88864793

  • 15 Clever Paper Representations Of Classic Films

    Spanish design studio Atipo recently helped graphic production house Minke launch their new paper gallery with a project called “Papers for Characters.” Using only the different papers offered by Minke, Atipo cut or folded the paper in creative ways to represent classic films. Each piece is deceivingly simple yet extremely clever. The bullet holes of “Bonnie and Clyde,” the shower curtain of “Psycho,” the blinds of “Rear Window”—all are represented here using just pieces of paper. Which one is your favorite?

  • The 33 Most Anticipated Movies of 2015

    Now that we’re half way through the year we have sliced and diced all the major movie databases, blogs and resources on the web to compile the ultimate guide to the most anticipated movies on 2015 (in order of their release date) because it never hurts to look ahead.

  • Still Traveling At 50 MPH 20 Years Later: Why ‘Speed’ Was The Pinnacle Of ’90s Action Movies

    Released on June 10, 1994, “Speed” was the pinnacle of the very specific sort of action film that we saw in the late ’80s and early ’90s. Thanks to an amalgam of ingredients — an inventive original score, a relative lack of computerized effects, a narrative that focused on human beings and an enigmatic, wild-eyed villain — “Speed” played like a roller-coaster ride.  As “Speed” turns 20 years old, HuffPost Entertainment spoke with some of the folks behind the film to piece together what made it such a classic of its kind.

  • Awesomely Awesome Portraits of Your Favorite Cinematic Icons [36 Awesome Photos]

    You like movies? ‘Course ya do. Like art? Sure ya do. Mike Mitchell gets both of those things, so the Austin artist decided to create a series of your favorite cinematic characters in a caollection he calls The Portrait Show. From classic anti-heroes like Blondie from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to hilarious villains like Mugatu from Zoolander, Mitchell illustrates each one in the same profile likeness. The beauty of these are that some portraits aren’t even of supporting characters, which makes it all the more brilliant. Greedo from Star Wars and The Stranger from The Big Lebowski are among the more random choices of the collection. But the best part about them, is that they’re all GIFs, if you look close you’ll see subtle trippy changes in the photo giving it that movie style texture.

  • 5 Absolutely Laughable Romantic Subplots in Blockbuster Movies

    With the millions of dollars that get poured into making blockbuster movies, sometimes the scripts fall short of expectations. Based on numbers, Hollywood cinema always seems to add a sappy romance subplot that humanizes even the mightiest of heroes—bringing the character to a level that the audience can relate. Hence, the audience is able to live vicariously through a fictional—yet still superhuman—entity. But, not all sappy romance plots are of equal quality. And, some evoke emotions that are the antithesis of the desired reaction—making it impossible to not laugh, cringe, or feel otherwise cringingly uncomfortable.


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