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  • The Full 3 Minute ‘Jurassic World’ Trailer is Here

    From what we can see in this incredibly in depth 3-minute trailer for Jurrassic World is that Chris Pratt can do no wrong, rides a motorcycle amongst raptors, there’s a hot scientist that looks like Leeloo from the 5th element and she creates a dino-hybrid that escapes from it’s ironically low-security confines and wreaks havoc on the husky tourists of the park. Unconfirmed sources say the new genetically modified dino is a T-Rex/Amanda Bynes hybrid, dubbed the Bynosaur. I should write scripts. Universal Pictures was not available for comment.

  • The Ultimate Pulp Fiction Filming Location Map of Los Angeles [Link]

    It’s been 20 years since a young, fast-talking, obscenely-chinned filmmaker named Quentin Tarantino unleashed Pulp Fiction on the world. The movie made a middle-aged Samuel L Jackson a star and offered John Travolta a second chance that he pissed away within a few years (Remember Broken Arrow? Ugh). In celebration of the 20th anniversary, Curbed LA tracked down the real locations from the iconic film. Can someone in California go to the pawn shop and let us know if there’s a basement…and a gimp?

  • Watch This RSVLTS Exclusive Clip of Seth Rogan & James Franco in “The Interview”

    This winter none other than Seth Rogan and James Franco will be taking on one of the most infamous dictators in the world,Kim Jong-un. The interview, which hits theaters, (Date), features tabloid journalist, Dave Skylark (Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Rogan) as they embark on a life changing interview with Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang, after discovering he’s a fan of Skylark’s show, “Skylark Tonight”. In an attempt to delve into true journalism Skylark and Rogan arrange the interview, but plans change when the CIA recruits them with hopes of assassinating the North Korean dictator. In this exclusive RSVLTS clip Rogan narrates the synopsis of The Interview, when his character comes to the realization that “Skylark Tonight” is a celebrity gossip driven show more dependent on covering Hollywood hacks than actual news. In an attempt to regain some integrity Rogan convinces Franco to do “The Interview” before being approached by the lovely Lizzy Caplan, a CIA agent, neither Rogan nor Franco can say no to.

  • Unseen Early Star Wars Concept Art Revealed

    In 1974, Colin Cantwell began working with a young filmmaker named George Lucas on a project then called Adventures of the Starkiller: “The Star Wars”. Although Cantwell worked on the designs of many of the iconic spaceships in what would become Star Wars, his name is not nearly as well-known as Ralph McQuarrie, who also helped create much of the Star Wars Universe. But next month, Julien’s will auction off many of his original concept drawings from 1974-75, featuring early designs of the X-Wing, Tie Fighter, and Star Destroyer. You can check out these incredible colored pencil drawings below and for more info, check out Original Prop’s in-depth interview with Cantwell from just a few months ago.

  • What’s More Awkward Than These Hand-Drawn Russian Movie Posters? Their Translated Titles

    A while back we shared hand-drawn movie posters from Ghana that are used to advertise movies showings of bootleg movies via mobile cinemas. They were great and all, with horrendous and sometimes unrelated artwork, but they still had text in English, albeit poorly-spelled English. These Russian movie posters have plenty of bad art, but they also crank the awkwardness up a notch with titles that don’t translate well into Russian. Redditor atrubetskoy translated all the text back into English and there are plenty of odd taglines and even odder titles. Who wouldn’t want to see “Garri Potter and the Philosophical Rock?” Pro tip: Read the captions in your best Yakov Smirnoff voice.

  • Dumb And Dumber To Comes To Nascar

    We are now just one week from the premiere of “Dumb and Dumber To” which means we will be seeing Harry Dunne and Lloyd Christmas everywhere. Although the publicity is nowhere near last year’s big sequel, “Anchorman 2,” there are still a few bizarre promotions that have us scratching our heads. For example, stock car racing team BK Racing will feature Harry and Lloyd themed cars during Sunday’s NASCAR race at Phoenix International Raceway. Alex Bowman will drive yellow number 23 emblazoned with pumpkin pie haircutted freak Lloyd while JJ Yeley will drive blue number 83 adorned with Harry. What does “Dumb and Dumber To” have to do with NASCAR? Who the hell knows! Let’s just hope this isn’t a wacky publicity stunt to mask the stench of a turd like “Anchorman 2.”

  • These Fictional Movie Posters Make Us Wish These Sequels Actually Existed

    On Novemebr 13, Los Angeles art gallery and production company iam8bit will host “Sequel,” featuring movie posters for sequels that don’t exist from over 40 artists. A few of the posters began floating around the web yesterday, and we collected all that we could find. If these 12 are any indication, this show is going to be great. Even if most of these movies would suck (another Sleepy Hollow??), it’s refreshing to see movie posters with actual art and not just cliches like orange/blue contrast or back-to-back leaning. If you’re in the area, you can RSVP to the show on Facebook. The rest of us will be able to scoop up whatever’s left after the show at iam8bit.

  • Indisputable, Statistical Proof that Ben Affleck is the Best Director of the Last Decade

    With Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar already being praised as his finest work in a strong lineage of directed feature films, a question arose amongst the office editorial staff: Is Christopher Nolan the best director in this day and age? If not, then whose name is emblazoned on the folding chair throne of the king of directors? From Nolan’s recent box office hits, including the Dark Knight Trilogy and Inception, it would appear he’d be the heavy favorite. But Scorsese, Joel Coen, and David Fincher could also be argued as the best around with their recent accolades for silver screen successes. So we decided to take the argument one step further and agglomerate every movie over the past decade by the top directors in the movie industry. Because of their unique “Tomatometer” rating system, we used Rotten Tomatoes as our source of rating. Their system is built by it’s staff first collecting online reviews from writers who are certified members of various writing guilds or film critic associations, then aggregating them together for a mean score. Essentially we took every movie each director in our pool of “top directors” has made in the past decade and averaged out their score based on more »

  • Star Wars Episode VII Get’s Classic Subtitle, “The Force Awakens”

    The new J.J. Abrams/Star Wars project finally has a subtitle, “The Force Awakens”. Disney discretely announced the title on their twitter this morning after it was announced that the movie had wrapped filming this past week. Abrams has made it clear that the highly anticipated movie will be a direct extension of the original series even going as far as to using tangible practical effects as oppose to a CGI heavy production. The film is scheduled for a December 18 2015 release date as of now and is being regarded as the most highly anticipated movie in the near future. Although Abrams will be the director for this movie, Disney has made it clear that, as of now, will have no direct connection to Episode VIII or IX. Rian Johnson, although has made it clear that he’ll be more than likely involved in the coming movies. While not much else is known about the movie, except for the whole new cast reconnecting with the original one, and actor Anthony Daniels, who plays  androide C3PO tweeted this recently; “No movie sequel is better than The Empire Strikes Back.” You might eat those words for Xmas dinner in 2015. Joy & Indigestion to the more »

  • The painful what-if that haunts ‘Ghostbuster’ Ernie Hudson [Link]

    Ghostbusters celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, but one of the paranormal exterminators has bittersweet feeling towards the iconic film. When Ernie Hudson signed on to play Winston Zeddemore, the character was as much of a part of the team as Peter, Egon, and Ray. But when it came time to film, everything had changed. Read all about the experience in Hudson’s own words in this touching essay.

  • “Chappie” Is The Robot Movie We’ve Been Waiting For Since Short Circuit

    There’s just no escaping Die Antwoord today. Not only did the rap group release a new music video, they’re also starring in Chappie, the new film from Neill Blomkamp. The first trailer for Chappie was also released today and it looks like another great sci-fi film from Blomkamp, whose previous films, District 9 and Elysium, offered extensive social commentary in addition to sci-fi excitement. It will be interesting to see how Chappie, which is being promoted as a lighter comedic film compared to Blomkamp’s other work, will be received. It’ll also be fun to see if Die Antwoord’s Ninja and Yo-Landi will can hold their own with costars Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver.

  • Clever Illustrations Of Movie Title Typos

    Each day for the month of October, artist Austin Light took a misspelled movie title and illustrated it, creating a whole new take on iconic films. Without an “R” Obocop is a woodwind-playing crime fighter. Sans “S,” The Fat and the Furious is the harrowing tale of a portly fella who lost his ice cream. They’re all pretty great and Austin is now taking pre-orders for prints and t-shirts based on the drawings. Be sure to request your favorites from Austin Light.

  • Watch These Spot-On Impersonations of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in Horror Movies

    Do you want to see the most spot on impersonation of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as movie killers played by the same person? Of course you do it’s comedy gold. Written by and Starring Dan Perrault and Directed and Edited by Kevin and Matt McManus for YouTube channel MOVIECLIPS Trailers, Perrault captures the comedic duo if they starred in “Friday the 13th”, “Nightmare on Elm st”, “Scream” and “Frankenstein”.

  • You Can Help Finance The First POV Action Film

    Remember that crazy music video last year for the Russian band Biting Elbows featuring almost five minutes of insanely violent POV action? The video garnered over 23 million views on YouTube and convinced director and Biting Elbows frontman Ilya Naishuller to create a feture-length POV action movie. With the use of GoPros, custom rigs, and very brave cameramen, Naishuller has already been able to film and edit the feature, titled Hardcore, while maintaining total artistic control. But now he needs help for post-production visual effects without sacrificing creative control. Today Naishuller began an Indiegogo campaign to raise $350,000 to complete Hardcore. And depending on how much you give, benefactors can receive buttons, those furry Russian hats, the custom GoPro rigs used in filming, or even an executive producer credit. With over $20,000 already raised, it looks like Naishuller is well on his way to reach his goal, but you can help out by chipping in a few bucks at Indiegogo.

  • Pornhub Comments Make Great Horror Movie Taglines

    Being a group of upstanding young men, we’re not entirely too familiar with what goes on at Pornhub. After all, I was awarded a merit badge for pure thoughts. But apparently it’s some sort of website with videos of men and women or women and women or men and men or women and Spongebob impersonators engaged in romantic activities. And for some reason, people feel the need to comment on these videos. Although these comments would make a sailor blush when in the context of the adult videos, they take on entirely different meanings when paired with classic horror movies. In fact, these posters from The Poke have really piqued our interest and we might just have to check out what this Pornhub is all about. Just for the comments, of course.

  • The Avengers: Age of Ultron Teaser Looks Nothing Short of Epic

    The Avengers are back this time trying to take on Ultron (played by James Spader) a highly intelligent robot from Marvel Comics who is bent on destroying humanity so as to replace humans with machines, and is the archenemy of the Avengers and Hank Pym, his creator. Iron Man has a new suit that looks like a suit big enough to fight the Hulk which he does, Thor looks scared, Captain America looks defeated and the Avengers look all but defeated in this trailer. We have a feeling they survive. Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” in theaters May 1, 2015!

  • Max Landis Wrote A Terrible 400-page Super Mario Bros. Script…But At Least The Concept Art Is Cool

    Max Landis is no stranger to great film making. His father directed such classics as Animal House, Blues Brothers, and Trading Places, while Max himself wrote the script for 2012’s Chronicle. But Max was a mature 27-year-old by the time Chronicle was made, having had time to hone his writing skills on, oh, I don’t know, maybe a 436-page epic about the Super Mario Bros. When Max was just 19, he wrote the epic script featuring characters from all the Super Mario games, including Super Mario RPG, along with the cast from the Donkey Kong Country series. At the Hollywood norm of one minute per page, this movie would have been over 7 hours long, or 5 hours and 20 minutes longer than the unwatchable Super Mario Bros. from 1993. You can download a copy of the script at Max Landis Writes and see how terrible it is for yourself. Or you can just look at this great concept art from Darren Calvert and create your own storyline in your head. It probably won’t be any worse that Landis’s script and will undoubtedly be much shorter.

  • Spaceballs Gets A Christopher Nolan-esque Trailer [Video]

    No matter if you love them or hate them, there’s one thing you can say about Christopher Nolan films—they are never ruined by the trailer. Of course, that’s because the trailer doesn’t actually tell you anything about the movie. Take “Interstellar” for example. We don’t know what the hell it’s about, but we sure do want to see it. But what if this same type of epic trailer was applied to a wacky comedy, like…oh, I don’t know…how about “Sapceballs?” The result, as this video from The Unusual Suspect shows, is pretty damn spectacular.

  • Watch The Entire Halloween Series in 2 Minutes

    Micheal Myers is a name synonymous with Halloween, mainly because there’s an entire franchise built around him dubbed Halloween. But as all Hallows eve quickly approaches you probably don’t have enough time to fully catch up on all 5 or 10 Halloween franchised movies so Cinefix did all the work for you and neatly wrapped every movie into a 2 minute cliff notes version.

  • A Seamless Mashup Of Star Wars And Everyday Life [17 Photos]

    With the JJ Abrams Star Wars movies on their way, you can guarantee that a whole new generation will become enamored with the Star Wars universe and all the characters and spaceships contained within. But for us older folks, nothing can compare to our love of the original trilogy. Photographer Thomas Dagg was a fan of the original Star Wars movies and the imaginative escape they provided when he was a kid. With this photo series, he revisits those feelings by inserting iconic characters or props into mundane scenes of everyday life. Is that Darth Vader on the bus? I think I spy some tie fighters in formation…These photos prove that even in our boring, grown-up world, there’s still some room for imagination.

  • Who You Gonna Call To Get This Deluxe Ghostbusters Vinyl Reissue?

    To celebrate the 30th anniversary of our generation’s favorite movie, Ghostbusters, Legacy Recordings announced a deluxe vinyl reissue of the classic theme song at New York City’s Comic Con last weekend. The Stay Puft Super Deluxe Edition features Ray Parker Jr.’s hit song along with Run DMC’s rap from the sequel. Both songs are on Side A of the 12″ white vinyl with Side B smooth. Also included are two 12×12 3D Stay Puft lenticulars, a puffy jacket that feels and even smells like marshmallow, a certificate of authenticity, and a 6″ Stay Puft figurine. Unfortunately, only 3000 copies are available and the nerds are sure to snatch ‘em up quickly. We’ll have to keep our eyes on eBay after they begin shipping October 21. Pre-order yours at the Ghostbusters Store.

  • See The World Beyond The Edges Of Your Favorite Movie Posters [21 Photos]

    Malaysian artist Jaemy Choong takes postcards used to advertise movies and creates the world beyond the edges of the poster. But instead of going with what you’d expect, simply completing the recognizable character, Choong takes a more surreal route. E.T.’s arm is attached to Darth Vader’s body, Edward Scissorhands has a shock of orange hair, etc. Be sure to keep up with Jaemy Choong and follow him on Instagram.

  • 16 Movies Every Guy Should Be Hyped To See This Fall

    David Fincher is en fuego right now! Over the past decade the words “remake,” “sequel,” and “superhero adaptation” have become a Hollywood executive’s favorite words but Gone Girl, which is neither of the three, is crushing at the box office right now. All the trailers that played before Gone Girl got us hyped for the fall movie season so we decided to whittle down all the crap into the following 16 movies we think are worth a look. Some, like Intersteller or Dumb and Dumber To will have a TON of hype while others like Whiplash or Birdman are flying under the radar with a TON of cryptical acclaim. Whether you like dramas or comedies this list is well rounded enough to have it all.

  • Every Movie Would Be Better With Mike Tyson [25 Photos]

    Now that Mike Tyson has given up on beating people to near death and biting off the ears of his enemies, it’s safe to really like the guy. Hell, he raises pigeons! How adorable is that? And his delightful lisp endears him to us even more. And as his roles in “The Hangover” and “Rocky Balboa” and…uh…”Scary Movie 5″ prove, he’s also an enjoyable actor, or thethpian if you will. Take a look at these posters and see what other films would benefit from Iron Mike. Then Check out even more at Mike Tython.

  • Rare Behind the Scenes Photos from Jaws

    Imgur user kondrat1983 recently posted a collection of awesome behind-the-scenes photographs from the set of the classic 1975 film. The photos mainly focus on the mechanical shark that was rumored to malfunction quite often during filming forcing Steven Spielberg to add, the now infamous, ominous tune to mark the shark’s entry into the scene. Among the photos are shots of cast and crew during filming and toying with the animatronic beast.

  • The Kubrick Collection Is A Must-Have For Film Buffs

    Stanley Kubrick: The Masterpiece Collection is coming to Blu-ray in November from Amazon and nationwide beginning December 2 and is sure to be on the Christmas list of every film buff. The 10-disc collection features all of the iconic director’s films from 1962 through 1999 along with an all-new 83 minute documentary, “Kunrick Remembered,” and three other documentaries, “Once Upon a Time…’A Clockwork Orange’,” “Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures,” and “O Lucky Malcolm!” The 8 classic films included in the set are “Lolita,” “Dr. Strangelove,” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “A Clockwork Orange,” “Barry Lyndon,” “The Shining,” “Full Metal Jacket,” and “Eyes Wide Shut.” In addiction to the 10 Blu-ray discs, the collection also contains a new 78-page hardcover book featuring never-before-seen archival photos and production materials. Pre-order the collection from Amazon and get it a month before everyone else for just $140.

  • Pogo Has Created A Hypnotic Song Using Harry Potter Dialogue [Video]

    Australian electronic music wunderkind first came to prominence in 2007 with a hypnotic track composed of sound clips from Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland.” Since then he has created dozens of impressive songs using sounds clips from popular children’s movies. His most recent track revisits the Harry Potter films, which he famously used in his drum and bass track “Alohamora” in 2009. This new mix mostly utilizes dialogue from the character of Hermione, portrayed by Emma Watson in the films, and features an equally impressive video created by Jeesh.

  • 52 Rare Photos From Behind the Scenes of The Dark Knight Trilogy

    The Dark Knight trilogy has secured it’s position as one of the most acclaimed movie trilogies in the history of cinema. Reddit user ‘Join_You_In_The_Sun’ has shared a set of 120 photos that were taken during the making of the three movies that show a softer side of the actors. The BTS photos also show just how immersed in actual production Christopher Nolan was during filming. Here are some of our favorite’s, but you can check out the entire collection at the imgur page. Help a bro out, share this story with your friends: Tweet More awesomeness from The Roosevelts 1. The 45 Most Perfectly Timed Photos of 2014 (So Far) Melanie Iglesias GIFS (40 GIFS) | Bri Teresi Bikini (50 Pics) | Kate Upton Greatest GIFS (53 Pics) 2. 20-Something Mick Jagger Was Cooler Than You’ll Ever Be [46 Photos] Brooklyn Decker GIFS (100 Pics) | Alexis Ren Smokeshow ( 142 Pics)  | ScarJo Foxy GIFS (31 GIFS) 3. Can You Spot The Difference Between These 20 Sets of Identical Twins? Rosie Jones Outtakes (14 Pics) | Kate Upton GQ (24 Pics) | Irina Shayk GIFS (67 GIFS) 4. 48 Behind The Scenes Photos of Heath Ledger On The Set Of Dark Knight

  • We Want These Vinyl Figures Of Bill Murray

    UK-based A Large Evil Corporation has produced numerous animated television advertisements, but their talent doesn’t end there. Recently they have also been creating incredible vinyl figures based on popular UK TV shows, like “The Office” and “The IT Crowd” and movies, such as “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz.” But best of all, they have made three figures of everyone’s favorite actor Bill Murray, featuring his characters from “The Life Aquatic,” “Zombieland,” and, best of all, Big Ern McCracken from “Kingpin.” No doubt it, A Large Evil Corporation is on a gravy train with biscuit wheels. For more info and to keep up with new figures, check out their blog and Facebook.

  • The Definitive Liam Neeson Movie Kill Map

    Liam Neeson is no stranger to fictionally taking a life with his bare hands or gun or papal sword or lightning bolt, but just how many people has the action star of this generation actually murdered on screen? eONe, the distributor for Neeson’s newest film, A Walk Among the Tombstones, has released a “Kill Map” highlighting the locations and method for everyone of Liam’s murders, even including his other worldly kills from Star Wars Episode I and Chronicles of Narnia. One can only hope Hasbro makes a special edition Liam Neeson Clue in the near future; I guess Liam Neeson, in Istanbul with the piano wire.

  • Millennium Falcon Teaser Featuring…The Batmobile? [Video]

    As much as we’d like to hate on Star Wars for the prequel trilogy and endless reworkings of the originally trilogy, we are still excited for the new movies from JJ Abrams. They could be the worst movies ever made, and we’ll still see them all in the theater just like everyone else in the world. And seeing this teaser video of Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon makes us wish it was December 2015. But it isn’t and we still have more than a year to wait for the finished product. At least we can expect more of these teasers along the way. Hey, is that the Batmobile?

  • Ferris Bueller And Other Movies Recreated With LEGO [11 Photos]

    Each year, a group of Swedish LEGO enthusiasts called Swebrick hold a design contest. Each year has a different theme and this year’s was movie or television vehicles. The winner of this year’s competition was Etzel, who recreated the iconic 1961 Ferrari GT California Spyder from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off complete with bewildered Ferris, Sloane, and Cameron staring in disbelief as the car flies out the window. It’s pretty impressive and definitely deserved to win, but check out some of the other entries below, too.

  • Groundbreaking Tom Waits Cartoon From 1979 To Be Restored [Video]

    Tom Waits, the gravelly-voiced musician who dresses like a 1930s skid row inhabitant and sings like Rowlf from The Muppets, was the star of a 1979 animated short titled Tom Waits For No One. The cartoon was actually rotoscoped, meaning Tom Waits and a dancer were filmed interacting while he performed “The One That Got Away” from his 1976 album Small Change and then animators drew over the live action footage, resulting in realistic, fluid movement from the characters. This same technique would be employed by Ralph Bakshi in his 1981 hit film American Pop. What makes Tom Waits For No One especially noteworthy is the crew who would go on to become huge stars in the animation world. Director John Lamb went on to win an Academy Award for his innovative Lyon Lamb Video Animation System, which allowed for pre-testing animation art before it’s committed to film, in 1980. Animator David Silverman was the first animator on The Simpsons back when it was still a short on The Tracey Ullman Show. Character designer Keith Newton went to work for Disney, doing character design and backgrounds for Pocahontas. Inker Michael Cressey became a children’s book author and was twice awarded more »

  • Chris Pratt Gives An MTV Cribs-Style Tour Of The Milano [Video]

    “Guardians of the Galaxy” is the biggest movie right right now, taking in over $90 million in its first weekend. To put that in perspective, that’s more than recent superhero movies “Amazing Spider-Man 2″ and “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and just behind “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” It has proved that successful movies can be made from non-mainstream comics and that superhero movies can be comedic. And judging by this MTV Cribs-style tour of the film’s spaceship, the Milano, it also proves that not everything has to be CGI.

 
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