6 Apr

One Fan Has Built a Life-Size AT-AT from ‘Return of the Jedi’ and It’s Pretty Great

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There are plenty of Star Wars fans out there who have made their own custom lightsabers, blasters, Jedi robes, LEGO sets, action figures, and countless more creations. But one fan has put them all to shame by building a life-size AT-AT (or All Terrain Scout Transport) from Return of the Jedi in his backyard. Thankfully, […]

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6 Apr

The Ones Who Knock S2E08 – Fifi

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In this episode, David and Joanna Robinson discuss Better Call Saul‘s eighth p this season, “Fifi.” E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download. […]

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5 Apr

Superhero Bits: Arrow Death, Gay Batman & Robin, Doctor Strange Picks Civil War Side & More

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Is romance on the way for Vision and Scarlet Witch in Captain America: Civil War? Whose side is Doctor Strange on in Civil War? Just how much gay subtext is there in the old Batman comics? How can you turn your smart phone flashlight into a Bat signal? All that and more on this edition […]

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5 Apr

Joel McHale Might Play Former Co-Worker Chevy Chase in ‘A Futile and Stupid Gesture’

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Talk about life coming full circle. Actor Joel McHale might play Chevy Chase in David Wain‘s (Wet Hot American Summer) National Lampoon biopic, A Futile and Stupid Gesture. McHale and Chase, of course, worked on Community together for a number seasons, so if McHale signs up for the project, then he’s already got a few years of research in the can. Learn more about A […]

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5 Apr

‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon Will Direct Delia Ephron’s ‘Siracusa’

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Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon is still working on finding his followup film to last year’s critically acclaimed Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. The director was initially attached to direct Collateral Beauty, which is shooting now, but he departed from the project, citing creative differences. Then Gomez-Rejon was in talks to helm the political thriller, A Foreigner, possibly starring Oscar […]

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5 Apr

Jared Leto Will Star in Post-WWII Action-Thriller ‘The Outsider’

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Jared Leto isn’t a typical work-for-hire actor. Leto doesn’t appear in many movies, and nor does he need to, considering he’s got his Thirty Seconds to Mars gig. When he does decide to act, it’s generally for wildly transformational roles, like The Joker, Mark David Chapman, or The Dallas Buyers Club‘s Rayon. Leto, arguably, is at his […]

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5 Apr

VOTD: The “Isolation of Rey” in Force Awakens

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Kasper Møller Jensen has edited together a short video exploring the visual elements and framings used by JJ Abrams to show the isolation and loneliness of Daisy Ridley‘s character Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I present the beautifuly-edited video Isolation Of Rey: Did director JJ Abrams and cinematographer Daniel Mindel plan Daisy Ridley’s […]

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5 Apr

The Force Awakens Bits: Preview the Poe Dameron Comic Book, Learn How Your Sphero BB-8 Can Watch ‘The Force Awakens,’ and Watch John Boeyga and Daisy Ridley Rap

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is on Blu-ray and DVD right now, but that doesn’t stop the Force Awakens Bits train! In today’s edition: Your Sphero BB-8 will now watch The Force Awakens with you. Watch John Boyega step on board the Millennium Falcon for the first time. Watch John Boyega and Daisy Ridley rap […]

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5 Apr

‘Grace and Frankie’ Season 2 Trailer: Netflix’s Odd Couple Returns for More Hijinks

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Grace and Frankie may not inspire the breathless hype of a Daredevil or even the giddy nostalgia of a Fuller House, but it’s got plenty of charms of its own — starting with its two lovely leads, Jane Fonda as WASP-y Grace and Lily Tomlin as granola Frankie. The first season saw these polar opposites form an unlikely bond after […]

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5 Apr

‘The Last of Us’ Movie is Stalled and ‘Uncharted’ is a Big Question Mark

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Few developers make video games as inherently cinematic as Naughty Dog. The Uncharted series is the closest the electronic gaming medium has ever come to reaching the pulpy heights of Raiders of the Lost Ark. The Last of Us is one of the best games I’ve ever played, a terrifying post-apocalyptic tale that poses a number […]

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