Netflix is coming to the UK and not only is MGM on-board, so is Lionsgate. Wrapping up another exclusive streaming deal, Netflix will be the UK's only place to get both new and back catalogue streaming for Lionsgate's movies.
Jackson is currently hard at work shooting The Hobbit in 3D. But instead of using the bulky 3D rigs commonly associated with 3D movie films. Jackson is using RED EPIC cameras and mirrors to keep the cameras mobile.
Here's the trailer for We Are Legion, a documentary featuring members and supporters of the Anonymous hacker collective and various commentators whose names and titles aren't provided yet, so we don't know who they are. But they seem knowledgeable enough!
It turns out that Seamus McGarvey, the cinematographer for the upcoming Avengers flick, was misquoted in an interview with the Irish Film & Television Network last week that claimed a handful of shots in the movie were filmed with an iPhone.
It's not known if they used the beefed up camera on the 4S or not, but in an interview with the Irish Film & Television Network, Oscar-nominated cinematographer Seamus McGarvey admitted that he filmed a couple of shots for The Avengers using an iPhone.
I love Pixar. You love Pixar. Everyone who bleeds blood, inhales oxygen and has a soul loves Pixar. We all need to prove it and wear this Luxo Jr. Lamp for Halloween this year. It's just like the logo. This is so awesome.
Profiles in History is auctioning off over 100 Back to the Future props but the one that's got me—and about the entire rest of the world—shaking in my boots is the DeLorean used in BTTF III. It's one of only seven DeLoreans used throughout the entire series.
TorrentFreak recently published a list of the most pirated movies over BitTorrent of all time and apparently, what we watch in theaters is what we like to pirate off the Internet. All of the most popular movies have been illegally downloaded a gazillion times.
James Curran, an animator and fan of the Tintins, cleverly created a title sequence that incorporates all 24 Tintin books somehow. It's fresh and engaging and cute and funny and reminds me of childhood. Can you make out the references? [Slim Jim Studios via The Awesomer]
Reddit has sold out! Er, not really. But! Warner Bros has bought movie rights to a story idea that originated as a Reddit comment. It all started when someone posted a question wondering if today's US Marines could defeat Roman Empire legionnaires if they traveled back in time.
Alan Turing, the venerable WWII-era nerd icon who helped crack the Nazi Enigma machines and came up with the robot sentience-checking Turing Test, is the subject of a new biopic, and apparently Leonardo DiCaprio "has the inside track" to play him.
Apple's "iTunes Movie Trailers" app is one hell of a misnomer: it doesn't just beam down the giant library of trailers we love. The new app lets you buy tickets, find nearby cinemas, and chart film releases on a calendar.