Someone with a lot of time on their hands (and we’re so happy they do) has dropped the most epic of superhero trailers on the internet. They’ve mashed up the worlds of DC Comics and Marvel and created the most fantastic of trailers for DC Versus Marvel!
From Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and The Flash to Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk and so many more, they’ll all represented in this trailer that makes it all look like they’re in the same movie.
Hey, we can dream, can’t we!
There’s no consensus on what the best Christmas movie of all-time is, but ‘Elf‘ would have to be up there with the best of them. Released in 2003, the film has gone on to become a bonafide classic, watched as many times over the holidays as ‘A Christmas Story’ or ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’. Do you share an affinity for elf culture? Now you can test your ‘Elf’ knowledge with the latest installment of You Think You Know Movies!
Alright you cotton-headed ninny-muggins. Even if you binge-watch ‘Elf’ while wrapping presents on Christmas Eve, you still might not have known some of these ‘Elf’ facts. Like, this North Pole elf—
—is actually the star of another Christmas classic? Yup, that’s Ralphie from ‘A Christmas Story’ who makes a cameo as Buddy the Elf’s supervisor.
Mon Dec 22 11:02:44 EST 2014
With all the major movies opening in 2014 having been seen, and with the new year on the horizon, the last of the year-end lists are coming (check out all of ours right here). And as you’ve noticed, the last few weeks have seen no shortage of folks weigh in. But what about the people in the Hollywood trades? Well, the critics from the two biggest daily providers of all that’s moving and shaking in tinseltown have dropped their roundups of the best of what this year had to offer.
Over at The Hollywood Reporter, Todd McCarthy found much to love in international cinema this year, shouting out a small handful of movies from across the ocean. So too did Scott Foundas and Justin Chang at Variety, while all three found plenty to love from Hollywood as well. Overall, there are no major surprises to found here, particularly in this late stage of the year. The movies you expect to see are likely mentioned somewhere, but it’s still interesting to note which movies rank over others.
Against the Current – the band, not adventures in dangerous swimming 101
Zedd – If our love is tragedy, why are you my remedy? (Well, answer my question!)
Arrow (Okay, Felicity from Arrow!)
Chrissy Costanza (cat eyes and buttery lyrics!)
Girls (TV) (Okay, Allison Williams!)
Movies – especially when they play in the dark.
Twin Peaks (TV)
Friends (TV) (It had me at “No way are you cool enough to pull Clint”; damn straight, Chandler!)
Traveling – preferably where water is, so I can splash someone!
Star Wars trilogy – no, the other one, fella!
Alex G – far more talented than her younger brother Alex H
Cameron Crowe movies – Say Anything…, Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous
The sign ‘Free Wi-Fi’.
Reenacting dance/song scenes from “Grease” with my little girl (hey! Wait till you see my ‘Summer Lovin’! – don’t judge)
Die Hard – 40 stories of Sheer Adventure!
Alex Goot & Friends (his enemies aren’t half as talented!)
Cooking up a nice dish and sitting in the entertainment area, on a cool night, basking in it’s greatness.
Inflatable kids pools full of Vodka Lime Crush.
Acidic Email from angry, over passionate teenagers after I trash something “Twilight”-related on the site. Sparkle elsewhere.
My baby girl’s big, caring heart.
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If there was any question whether audiences would show up for a three-part movie series on J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, this weekend’s box office answered that once and for all. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies made $ 90 million since its debut last Wednesday, easily making it the number one movie in the land.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, for the strict Friday through Sunday frame, earned $ 56.2 million.
As expected, ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ won the weekend, but a quick examination of the actual numbers makes this victory feel just a little hollow. The same goes for ‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb’ and ‘Annie,’ both of which took second and third place without putting forward particularly impressive numbers. Yep, the holiday box office looked just a little rough this weekend.
||The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
||Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
||Exodus: Gods and Kings
||$ 8,065,000 (-66.6)
||The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
||$ 7,750,000 (-38.9)
||$ 4,150,000 (+171.1)
||$ 3,570,000 (-48.2)
||BIg Hero 6
||$ 3,563,000 (-41.2)
||Penguins of Madagascar
||$ 3,525,000 (-51.1)
Let’s take a look at ‘The Hobbit,’ which grossed $ 56 million over the weekend. That number by itself is a significant plummet from the previous films in the series (and a stiff drop from a few of the original ‘Lord of the Rings’ movies, too). The only reason we can’t label this a huge failure is because this was a Wednesday release and when you take that into account, the film has taken in a far more impressive $ 90 million. So things could be okay for Peter Jackson’s final Middle-Earth movie, but ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ fell off hard after an impressive opening. If this continues to follow the downward spiral trend, this movie could very well be in trouble already. However, it is the shortest movie in the entire series, so the increased number of showtimes may give it a leg up.
Despite a critical drubbing, Transformers: Age of Extinction went on to bank over a billion dollars at the international box office. So, it is probably no surprise that a fifth Transformers is coming, even if director Michael Bay said he’s likely to pass the helming duties to someone else. What is interesting is that it appears that star Mark Wahlberg will return and a fifth film will come sooner than later.
“Yeah, I committed to doing a couple more. I can’t speak for Mr. Bay, but something tells me we’ll be on set soon,” he told MTV, while promoting his current flick The Gambler.