The crew of the Enterprise encounters a villain who may be too much for them in Benedict Cumberbatch’s mysterious character in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness.
A bunch of pilots are set into various stages of development, some big deals in streaming video on youtube and Amazon and G4 is no more.
The networks are all revealing what they have planned for the Fall 2012 season in their upfront presentations this week and here are some of the more interesting sounding ones.
Spielberg has John Williams, Tim Burton has Danny Elfman and JJ Abrams has Michael Giacchino, who has done the scores for most of Abrams’ projects as well as some of the most memorable Pixar scores, like Up.
A bunch of news this week including possible sequels to two of last year’s big comedies, Arnold’s next project, World War Z and the most rented Redbox movie and the most pirated movie of 2011.
This week in movie news we found out about possible and definite projects for a number of directors, another classic movie getting remade and the inventor of movie trailers passes away.
Super 8 was the winner of the box office but it’s box office take wasn’t that spectacular based on it’s crazy marketing and hype.
The hype has been ridiculous for Super 8 but now that it’s finally here, does it live up to it or does it disappoint?
The highly anticipated Super 8 is finally in theaters this weekend and the critics seem to believe it lives up to the hype.
CBS doesn’t have anything too spectacular in the pipeline for the Fall, but one possible stand out is Person of Interest, starring Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson and produced by JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan.