The Hunger Games franchise continues to burn bright and its latest release, Mockingjay: Part 1, is on course to surpass Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy as 2014’s highest grossing domestic box office film. According to Indiwire:
Check out this awesome guitar fit for the king of Gotham.
The excellent team at Schmoesknow dropped a great story on Episode 7 featuring three martial artists and a stunt coordinator from the Raid 2 in the film. Meaning we could get to see some sweet moves; hopefully with lightsabers!
The trio is also linked to Andy Serkis somehow in possible motion capture. This rumor, if true (and the SK team are solid), get our blood moving!
Lucas would have had them be the trade ferderation we’re guessing.
Well Hot dog!!! Jenny always knew that Benedict Cumberbatch was amazing, but who knew he was related to a king! Okay, maybe that is stretching it a bit, but none the less, check out what University of Leicester Professor Kevin Schurer has to say about it:
In a new “One-Shot” web short, Variant Comics has put together a two-minute presentation about a time in 1984 when Warner Bros. almost closed down DC Comics.
“Abandon all hope, you who enter here.”
(and William Watson)
I set out to see at least 100 new releases in 2014 as a kind of geek affectation/New Years Resolution. I wound up seeing 145! You can imagine there were some REALLY DREADFUL MOVIES in the mix. Don’t worry gentle jerkwads! I saw them so you didn’t have to. Here is my review of the 20 WORST movies of 2014!
A New Year, a new box office report. Hobbit: Five Armies holds the Box Office crown for a third weekend, meaning that all six of the Middle Earth films held the one ring for at least three weekends. Hobbit 3 brought in $21.9M in the first weekend of the New Year and is approaching the magic $750M globally. We assume that now Peter Jackson and team are wondering if they can go There and Back Again…and back another time.