Ratchet and Clank is a rarity in its genre: a video game movie done right. This movie makes me feel like I did when booting up the original game in 2002—only this time, the graphics are better. I can say with certainty that this film delivers a nice blend of nostalgia and freshness. It toes the… Read More »
Game of Thrones has introduced this weird foreign land populated by characters who share the names from the ASOIAF source–but very little else. In fact, these characters might reign supreme as the worst characters the TV show has debuted to date. Originally, viewers suspected that we might be treated to a favorite of many book-readers:… Read More »
Man, that man works nonstop! No, we’re not talking Alexander Hamilton, but the man behind the Broadway version of the Founding Father, Lin-Manuel Miranda. When he’s not off wowing the sold out crowds with “Hamilton,” or working on the music for the upcoming Disney film Moana, Miranda will be stepping into some new shoes: Jack, a… Read More »
We let you dear nerds know about the Rooftop Film Club back in March when they released their first schedule for the summer, and we hope you bought tickets (a lot of those shows are sold out now!) Over the weekend, we spent our Saturday night out under the stars of Hollywood, enjoying the experience… Read More »
Basically our nightmare. Are you going to see it and be delightfully scared?
Rick Riordan has delighted audiences with the adventures of Percy Jackson and his demigod companions for well over 10 years now. While he has expanded his universe to explore different world mythos and introduce new and engaging characters to serve as role models to young teens everywhere, his attachment to the Greek demigods surfaces again… Read More »
What could be better than seeing Captain Jack Harkness and the Torchwood crew back on the television? Well, nothing, but we’re getting a return of OG Torchwood in the form of a comic book series. According to CBR: Titan Comics has announced the launch of a new“Torchwood” ongoing comic series. The new adventures of Captain… Read More »
HBO Films has tapped Ramin Bahrani (“99 Homes”) to write, direct and executive produce a film adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s 1966 literary classic “Fahrenheit 451.”