1 Feb

Cool Stuff: Ghostbusters, Fictional Food, Walking Dead, 1990’s Nickelodeon and Star Wars

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Cool Stuff if your nerdarific pop-culture filled holiday shopping guide published all year round. In today’s edition of Cool Stuff we take a look at Playmobil’s new line of Ghostbusters toys, McFarlane’s Walking Dead Daryl Dixon On Bike resin statue, Joshua Budich’s Fictional Food 2 screenprints, Big Bobett Holiday vinyl figure, 1990’s Nickelodeon Funko Pop figures and a magnetic […]

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1 Feb

‘Soldado’ May or May Not Take Place After ‘Sicario,’ But It Really Doesn’t Matter

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Filming wraps on the Sicario sequel, titled Soldado, in a couple of days in Mexico City. Just the other day, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water) gave an update on the project, saying, “If Sicario is a film about the militarization of police and that blending over, this is removing the policing aspect from it.” Soldado deals heavily […]

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1 Feb

James Cameron Defends ‘Titanic’ Ending, Says Mythbusters Is ”Full of Shit”

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If there’s one detail in Titanic that has been scrutinized over and over again, it’s the ending that sees Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) freezing to death in the water while Rose (Kate Winslet) sits safely on top of a door floating in the ocean. Physicians have attempted to determine whether or not the door was bouyant […]

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1 Feb

‘Lord of the Rings’ Mini-Reunion: A King, An Elf and Some Hobbits Walk Into A Diner [POTD]

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This past December marked the 15th anniversary of Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the first chapter in one of the greatest film trilogies of all time. Since that’s not exactly a celebratory, milestone anniversary, there wasn’t much pomp and circumstance. But a little over a month later, a mini-reunion of some […]

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1 Feb

VOTD: ‘Moonlight’ Director Raids Criterion Collection’s Closet of Cinema

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It’s been a hell of a year for director Barry Jenkins. The filmmaker has been getting all sorts of acclaim for his powerful coming of age drama Moonlight, which was just nominated for Best Picture last week. Jenkins himself also landed a nomination for Best Director, which isn’t a bad accomplishment for his sophomore effort […]

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1 Feb

See How Disney’s Franchises Have Grown Throughout the Decades [Infographic]

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Disney is home to some of the biggest franchises of all time. Their biggest franchise successes in recent years have come from companies they’ve bought such as Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm, but Walt Disney Animation and Pixar Animation has been responsible for an immense amount of the studio’s success. Now a new infographic shows how […]

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1 Feb

/Filmcast Ep. 403 – 20th Century Women

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David, Devindra and Jeff discuss their reactions to the Oscar nominations, praise Jeff Nichols’ new film Loving, and recommend the absurd and zany Baskets. Also, check out Kyle Hillinger’s new film project here, see Jon Stewart’s takedown CNN’s tendency to leave it there, and watch John McTiernan’s latest video. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us […]

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1 Feb

Superhero Bits: Alternate Harley Quinn Design, Guardians of the Galaxy Video Game & More

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Want to see an alternate Harley Quinn design for Suicide Squad that gave her the signature mallet? Which classic comic character is teaming up with Batman for a new comic crossover? Is there another Guardians of the Galaxy video game in the works? How much did Michael Keaton‘s Batman suit sell for? Which Golden Globe […]

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1 Feb

‘Supergirl’ Casts ‘Lois & Clark’ Star Teri Hatcher; ‘Gotham’ Finally Reveals the Riddler

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Two DC shows are digging back into superhero history as they look go the future. Over on The CW, Supergirl has cast Teri Hatcher, star of the 1990s Superman series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, for a big upcoming arc. Meanwhile, Fox’s Gotham is finally ready to fulfill Edward Nygma’s destiny and turn him into the green-suited Riddler […]

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1 Feb

‘Lowriders’ Trailer Digs Into East LA Car Culture

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You might remember that a few years ago, Peruvian filmmaker Ricardo de Monteuil made waves with his sci-fi short film The Raven. Not long after, he signed on to direct the coming-of-age drama Lowriders, and today the first trailer for that film has arrived. War for the Planet of the Apes‘ Gabriel Chavarria stars as Danny, a Mexican-American teenage graffiti artist growing […]

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