Honestly, I'm not sure anyone can spoil this movie - it is, after all, a mostly plotless prequel which you know many of the main characters have to survive. But just in case, here's some spoiler space to discuss it in particular and the entire trilogy in general.
The TR review has been posted for a while. Now it's time for yours.
In the kitty litter box, in the land of the Shire, lives a brave little Hobbit in a stench so dire. The cat took a shit, in his Hobbit hole; 'twas something encouraged, and now he knows his role...
BILBO! Bilbo Baggins. His home's a toilet now...
BILBO! Bilbo Baggins. His least favorite sound is now "Meow."
And that's how we introduce a new "Super-Fan Builds," in which a Hobbit hole litter box and Eye of Sauron scratching post are created.More >>
Not a joke. Not a puppet. The actual, movie-accurate digital rendition, with the voice of Cumberbatch.
I'd have put this up earlier, but it took a while to be officially available online. This is perhaps the nerdiest Colbert interview ever.More >>
I'm no particular fan of the way Disney is remaking all their old cartoons in live-action - it feels like a cheap and cynical way of exploiting a sure thing (though I wish they'd stayed truer to Alice in Wonderland). But I will say that still is gorgeous. I honestly can't tell if it's a photo or concept art.
And this is not to be confused with the other, competing Jungle Book movie with Andy Serkis. Ah, public domain.
(via Oh My Disney!)
Question, fans of the book The Little Prince: who is that in the picture above?
Oh, you don't know? Of course not. Based on this trailer, she's an added character to whom the story of the book is told - by a seemingly old and crazy version of the narrator, who has been reimagined as a possibly senile wacky neighbor.
I'm sorry - were we so drowning in accurate adaptations of the much-loved, fine-as-is allegorical picture book that we needed a radically new reimagining?More >>
On November 28, the entire world waited with bated breath for the new Star Wars trailer to give us our first glimpse into a Lucas-free galaxy far, far away. Despite the lack of story or character information, the trailer showed that they at least got the aesthetic of the film right, although they didn't really have to: even if the film were just two hours of C3-P0 lost in a Walmart shouting "R2-D2, where are you?", it would still make a billion dollars at the box office. But with all of the good will that the trailer has gathered, there is one annoying thing that is causing fans on the Internet to complain...More >>
Oh yeah, and it stars King Arthur from TV's Merlin, Bradley James, as Damien Thorn. Based on the Deadline report, the thrust of it seems to be similar to The Last Temptation of Christ, or non-literal interpretations of the Gospel of Mark, with Damien not knowing he's the son of Satan until adulthood.
Now, I'm no purist defender of Lifetime, a network that has never held much interest for me - but seeing a male-centric, R-rated horror franchise take root there is one of those things you just don't think you'll ever see. It's like if the Food Network did a Jaws reboot or something.
On the other hand, maybe this is just Satan openly admitting he created Lifetime, owns it, and is now blatantly using it for his own personal propaganda purposes by casting a hunky guy as his son.
Gandalf and Bilbo exclusively reveal the new movie's running time
I am getting older, and the Hobbit movies are becoming more tedious. I don't know if there's a cause and effect relationship, but I do know that those are both truths, from where I sit.More >>
If you're reading this site and don't know who Michael Ironside is, I can only assume you never read the credits of movies. Kids of my generation first remember him as Ham Tyler in V, but he's been a presence in sci-fi ever since, appearing in the likes of Spacehunter 3D, Scanners, Top Gun, Highlander II, Total Recall and many more, usually as a major badass.
In Extraterrestrial, which opens today, he plays a marijuana farmer caught up in the potential violation of a secret truce between the government and aliens, and in a small handful of scenes, this man in his 60s easily steals the show from the teens and twentysomethings who are supposedly the stars.
In a rare interview, Ironside discussed many things with TR, from the dream role he nearly but never got to the strange stealth Christianity of The Omega Code and his thoughts on Batman.More >>