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Ben Affleck Injured On ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Set?

Ben Affleck injured on Batman v Superman set

Reports that Ben Affleck was injured on the set of Batman v Superman were floating around the net on Thursday. A video that shows Batman nursing his shoulder had some folks worried that something was wrong with one of the main characters in director Zack Snyder’s blockbuster. According to Batman-News, the actor hurt his shoulder… Read more »

Joe Viskocil, ‘Star Wars’ Visual Effects Legend, Dead At 63

FX Legend Joe Viskocil Dies

Joe Viskocil liked blowing stuff up for movies, and he did it well. So well, in fact, that Joe Viskocil actually received awards from detonating miniatures for film. Looking at Joe’s Facebook page, his picture section isn’t filled with shots of famous friends or actors or the like, Joe Viskocil’s pictures are of fire. And… Read more »

The Internet Is Stoked Over Mark Hamill’s Beard

Hamill posed outside of Pinewood Studios, seemingly confirming that Star Wars: Episode VII is set to resume filming

Mark Hamill has revealed a new image of himself outside the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, and the bushy beard he is sporting for the film has fans excited that one of their favorite Jedis may have entered Obi-Wan Kenobi territory. Hamill posted a photo of himself outside of Pinewood Studios to Instagram, captioning… Read more »

Brittany Murphy’s Lifetime Biopic Slated With Actress Amanda Fuller

Brittany Murphy biopic

It’s the biopic that no one asked for, and yet Lifetime is bringing us Brittany Murphy’s story. Lifetime has been on a roll with giving us an over dramatization of our favorite Hollywood icons. Right now they have Angela Bassett helming Whitney Houston’s biopic, and a biopic on the late singer Aaliyah, which has garnered… Read more »

‘Star Wars Episode VII’ News: Filming Resumes Later This Month

Star Wars Episode VII news

News that Star Wars Episode VII filming will resume later this month is welcome information for concerned fans who were impatiently waiting for the production to move forward. On Tuesday, reports indicating that J.J. Abrams was ready to get back to work were received favorably by many. Following original cast member Harrison Ford’s injury and… Read more »

‘Star Wars Episode VII': Millennium Falcon Inside Photos Leaked

Star Wars Episode VII Millennium Falcon.

Despite J.J. Abrams’ efforts in guarding his Star Wars Episode VII production, it appears images from inside the Millennium Falcon have been leaked by the French website Mint In box. On Tuesday, a few very cool photos of what we presume is the legendary interstellar aircraft sent the internet abuzz. It is no secret that… Read more »

Lucky Colorado Man Wins Role In ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

Star Wars UNICEF Winner Announced

When Star Wars: Episode VII director JJ Abrams announced the Force for Change UNICEF contest earlier this summer, millions of Star Wars fans around the planet started daydreaming about a chance to be in an actual Star Wars film. For one Colorado man, that dream came true today. The Star Wars Force for Change program… Read more »

‘God’s Not Dead’ Now On DVD, Atheists Find It Insulting

gods not dead classroom

God’s Not Dead hit DVD last week after a successful run in theaters, and now that word is out about the film’s portrayal of atheists, many are not happy. In a recent viral post from Patheos entitled, “What I Learned about Atheists from God’s Not Dead,” writer Neil Carter broke down the most offensive portrayals… Read more »

‘Star Trek 3’ Delayed: More Reason The Movies Should End

Star Trek Movie Series No More?

Star Trek 3 has been delayed, according to a new report from Variety, posted online at Christian Post, and we think that’s just more reason why it’s time for the film series to end. Before you get up in arms about that statement, Trekkers, let us preface it by saying that the new series has… Read more »

‘Hercules’ Still Not Quite The Flop We Expected


Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson as the titular character, has fallen off of movie news reports. While it would be logical to assume that the silence is because Hercules is a flop that nobody wants to talk about, closer analysis suggests the opposite may be the case. Remember The Legend of Hercules? It’s forgivable if you… Read more »

J. Michael Straczynski Announces ‘Babylon 5’ Reboot Movie

Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski will reportedly spend 2015 writing a feature film to reboot the series

J. Michael Straczynski has announced plans for a Babylon 5 feature film, which would reboot his iconic sci-fi series when it enters production in 2016. According to io9, the proposed Babylon 5 film would not be a continuation of the series, which ran for five seasons in the 1990s, but rather a complete reboot of… Read more »

Watch: Fifty Shades Of Grey Frozen Mashup Draws Creepy Parallels


Fifty Shades of Grey and Disney’s Frozen have been two of the most talked-about stories of the past year, but with the two carrying diametrically opposite reputations –while kids, parents, and firefighters singing songs from Frozen have gone viral, Fifty Shades has made openly reading erotica more socially accepted than ever — no one would… Read more »

Amazon, Disney And Others Go To War, Consumers Lose


Amazon is the go-to website for nearly all of your purchasing needs. Arguably, the most popular purchase on Amazon is DVDs. Every third party company that carries films and television shows, such as Amazon, Netflix, and DirecTV, constantly have a back and forth with film producers over contractual agreements. DirecTV, not unlike Amazon, has had… Read more »

Whitney Houston Biopic Has Support From Tyra Banks, Arlen Escarpeta

Two Whitney Houston Film Supporters

Back in July, Entertainment Tonight reported that Whitney Houston’s mother, Cissy Houston, released a statement expressing anger toward Lifetime for going forward with making a biopic about her late daughter despite the “family’s objections.” “No one connected with this movie knew Whitney or anything about her relationship with Bobby,” the statement read. “In the two… Read more »