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New behind-the-scenes footage released for The Last Jedi and Han Solo

So with only one small teaser for EPISODE VIII and no official trailers of HAN SOLO, many fans are starved for any STAR WARS footage at the moment. It's like every time with these movies since the prequels and the advent of the internet - nerds and film sites searching for any scrap of info, whether it be grainy set photos, leaked rumors, or behind-the-scenes footage. It's the...
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06.29.2017
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C'mon Hollywood: Film vs. Digital

DC vs. Marvel. Sega vs. Nintendo. Betty vs. Veronica. RC Cola vs. Tab. We can now put “film vs. digital” within the pantheon of great debates that will lead people to lose friends, get into fisticuffs, and lead to murder (presumably). See, movies as an artform are in a transitional period right now. Essentially, shooting on film is being replaced, slowly but surely, by...
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06.13.2017
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Game of Thrones costume featurette shows off some new footage

Winter is almost here! Well, the new, penultimate seventh season of GAME OF THRONES is almost here at least. Otherwise, judging by the Los Angeles weather, winter is anything but here. However, even more apt, it seems that after what feels like forever ago, Winter (i.e. the White Walkers and the fantastical years long winter) will indeed finally come to the Seven Kingdoms. Hell,...
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06.06.2017
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CW releases behind-the-scenes featurettes for Flash and Arrow

The CW DC superhero shows are another big blind-spot for me on TV. I'd love to give them a shot, and I've heard great things for sure. However, I just don't have time to watch everything that was ever made. I'm only human! (I say as I watch 10-hour playlist of  Epic Fail videos ). Anyway, that all might change after watching these behind-the-scenes...
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02.28.2017
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The Disaster Artist, a film about the making of The Room, reveals new photo

I am cautiously optimistic about James Franco 's THE DISASTER ARTIST. You see, it's been well-documented that I love me some bad movies, and THE ROOM is no exception. It's bonkers, wrong-headed, and unlike anything you'll ever see (it's worth it just for the random, out-of-nowhere drug-dealing scene alone). So I can't wait to see a film that delves into the...
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02.16.2017
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Set Visit: Andy Serkis & Terry Notary Talk War for the Planet of the Apes

Above my head and all around us, the grey, cloud-choked sky began to darken. Then, in what precious light was left in the evening sky, I saw what looked like two humanoid robots making their way toward the sanctuary of our heated press tent. With cheshire grins stretched across their dotted faces, actors Andy Serkis and Terry Notary arrived in full motion capture regalia. As they each...
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12.09.2016
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Set Visit: Dylan Clarke & Karen Konoval Talk War For the Planet of the Apes

It's a still and gray afternoon in Vancouver, British Columbia. As I exhale, I see spiraling ghosts of precipitation escape my lips with every breath. All around me the air smells like a combination of drenched pavement, freshly baked bread, and the burning of oil. I can hear the mechanical chatter of gears as workmen navigate cranes several of which are carrying a green canvas the...
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12.09.2016
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Set Visit: Everything You Need To Know About War For the Planet of the Apes

Rebooting a franchise can often be a tall order, particularly when launching your project in a time when anything that evokes nostalgia will be scrutinized harshly by the very audience you’re hoping to entertain. Most days, all it takes is a few images of concept art, alternate castings, or the announcement of re-shoots for fans to ‘release the hounds’ by expressing...
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12.09.2016
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Ink & Pixel: 101 Dalmatians

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fan-base, Ink & Pixel has broadened its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, and Fantasy genres. Additionally, if you...
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08.04.2016
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Ink & Pixel: Crimson Peak

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fan-base, Ink & Pixel has broadened its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, and Fantasy genres. Additionally, if you yourself, or anyone...
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02.18.2016
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Ink & Pixel: A Nightmare on Elm Street

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fanbase, Ink & Pixel has been granted permission to broaden its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy genres. I hope that you enjoy...
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09.17.2015
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Set Visit: 47 Ronin - Part 1 - The Shoot

The one thing 47 RONIN is most known for is not the thing it should be known for. JoBlo.com was invited to the film's London set in the beginning of June 2011. To give you some temporal context, that was a week before J.J. Abrams' SUPER 8 was released. (Hell, Keanu Reeves has starred in, directed and released his own kung-fu movie since then.) Chances are, since that time, all you've...
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11.04.2013
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