Your St. Louis Baseball Coverage - Check it out

Movie News

The Important News Star Wars Updates:   dropped a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser. New images and info surfaced about the Force Awakens villain Kylo Ren. More The Force Awakens images and rumors and toy details also arrived online. First Look: Michael Fassbender in Assassin's Creed. New Captain America: Civil War concept art. Casting Net: Mads Mikkelsen might play the villain in Doctor Strange. Lea Seydoux might play the female lead in Gambit. Robert Pattinson is heading to space. Anne Hathaway is heading to space to fight zombies. Haley Bennett will star in The Girl on the Train. Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer will co-star in a movie they write together. Jason Mitchell...
Read More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Cosplay of the Day: Spider-Man and Deadpool had a little dance-off on a rooftop in L.A. (via Fashionably Geek):   Fan Art of the Day: Graphic designer Shawn Hall made a parody of a recent Batgirl comic book cover instead featuring Kate McKinnon's character in the Ghostbusters reboot and some ladies from the original, too. Paul Feig graciously retweeted it (via Twitter).    Trailer Redo of the Day: Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller was heavily influenced by Buster Keaton's The General, so it makes sense to imagine his latest as a black and white silent film (via Live for Films):   Filmmaker in Focus: Speaking of George Miller, here's...
Read More

One thing sci-fi fans will be expecting this fall is a response from Neil deGrasse Tyson on the scientific authenticity of Ridley Scott's The Martian. But the celebrity astrophysicist is already endorsing the movie in a big way. He stars in a new promotional video as himself, hosting an episode of his show StarTalk that only exists within the universe of The Martian to discuss the fictional spacecraft The Hermes and its dangerous Ares 3 mission to Mars. At the end, after stating that Earth is the planet "to which we owe our creation" but "no longer seems destined to be our final resting place," we see a group image of the Ares 3 crew, characters played by Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Sebastian Stan, Aksel Hennie and...
Read More

Now that The Hunger Games is a few months away from ending, Lionsgate will soon find themselves in need of another big franchsie that already has a built in fanbase. They're hoping they've already got that with their in-development Power Rangers movie, but now they're hedging their franchise bets by going for the gamer market, as Variety is reporting the studio has struck a deal for the Borderlands franchise. Avi and Ari Arad, who produced all of the Spider-Man movies, are overseeing the project for the studio. They don't have any directors or writers officially attached at this point, but now that the news is out there they'll no doubt be getting plenty of calls from some top Hollywood talent. If done right - and there's a big If there - this could be a...
Read More

Look, I’ll admit it: even I find this piece's headline ridiculous, especially considering what made up the bulk of Comics on Film a couple of weeks ago. But, you can't help what people talk about, so this seemed like a good opportunity to address it. The question of whether or not the original superhero deserves another solo effort in movie theaters is something that seems to have come up recently. With the surfacing of a rumor indicating that Mad Max (and one-time Justice League: Mortal) director George Miller would be taking up the next cinematic adventure for the Man of Steel, yet another rumor has cropped up that would seem to say that Warner Bros. is now unwilling to “risk” another Superman...
Read More

A new trailer for independent movie Campus Code sets up an intriguing premise: how did a young man (Jesse McCartney) survive getting pushed off a tall building? The young man and his friends visit a doctor, who examines the college student and concludes: "Everything checks out alright." Then the doctor turns around and … it's Martin Scorsese! Why is he showing up in a trailer for a low-budget sci-fi flick?   Nowadays, Scorsese is best known for his sprawling, big-budget, award-worthy epics, movies like The Wolf of Wall Street, Hugo, and Shutter Island. Long before that, however, Scorsese was a struggling filmmaker in New York who made movies on the cheap. He established relationships with talented people early on in his career, and his loyalty began...
Read More

Doctor Strange: Veteran actor Mads Mikkelsen (TV's Hannibal) is in early talks to play an unspecified role in Marvel's Doctor Strange. Benedict Cumbarbatch is set to star as the good doctor, Earth's protector against "magical and mystical threats," while Tilda Swinton will play the doctor's mentor and Chiwetel Ejiofor will portray the doctor's chief nemesis; Mikkelsen would reportedly play a villainous character. Production is expected to get underway later this year, with the movie aiming for release on November 4, 2016. [Variety]   The Titan: Sam Worthington (Wrarth of the Titans) and Ruth Wilson (The Lone Ranger) will star in The Titan, a love story set in the "not too distant" future. The film will revolve around a military...
Read More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Movie Character Reinvention of the Day: Every hero can be reimagined as a villain. Here's what it looks like when Harry Potter is reworked as the bad guy (via Geek Tyrant):   Fake Film History of the Day: Key & Peele imagines what the writers room was like for Gremlins 2: The New Batch. It sounds a lot less conceivable before you see the actual sequel. Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows   Movie Science of the Day: Do you prefer movies and TV shows with fast zombies or slow zombies? Either way, here's Kyle Hill on the scientific difference between the two for Nerdist:   Star Wars of the Day: Fans like...
Read More

Every so often, we get a year like 2014, where there's so many good science fiction movies hitting theaters that your faith in the genre becomes newly renewed. And then a year like 2015 rolls around, where you remember why those bountiful harvest years of great genre cinema are truly rare. In this arid desert, there is only one thing left to do: turn your attention to the small screen, where science fiction always thrives. The medium that gave us The Twilight Zone and Star Trek and Quantum Leap and everything in-between always has something worth your time, even when it comes from an unlikely source. So, without further ado, direct your attention toward The 100, your latest sci-fi obsession. Don't look at me like that. Yes, The 100 is a teen show on The CW and yes, at...
Read More

Follow Us

Subscribe to our FREE Daily Update
Email Address
Recent News Stories