There are Potter fans, and then there are Potter fanatics. If you happen to be the latter then you might be interested to know that there’s a colossal 31-disc box set up for pre-order that looks like something out of a Victorian-era period drama.
It's no secret that the movie going public hasn't exactly embraced 3D films with open arms. Yet for some reason Hollywood hasn't gotten the message and still keeps cramming 3D content down our throats.
Google may soon add the option to buy copies of films through its Google Play Store, with the search giant apparently talking to Hollywood studios about the likelihood of being able to offer digital downloads of titles for its users to keep.
This is awesome. The real, authentic, genuine, official Sony Pictures DVD for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo looks like a burned DVD copy complete with the movie's title scribbled in black pen. It's supposed to fit the movie's theme and Rooney Mara's character.
We were tantalised with a faked TED talk from 2023 showing off Guy Pearce as Peter Weyland last month, but these two brand new, exhilarating trailers truly show Prometheus could be epically good on a Bladerunner-mixed-with-Gladiator scale.
Going to the cinema these days is expensive enough, but it doesn’t half cheese you off when you get a massive extra fee of up to £4.20, just for booking online with your bloody card. Thankfully it seems someone’s finally wised-up to the fact that we’re just not having it any more, as Cineworld’s dropped all card charges.
Even the Tim Burton-era Batman films look a little campy compared to Christopher Nolan's take on the Dark Knight. But it's hard to argue that the Batmobile driven by Michael Keaton wasn't iconic, which makes this incredibly detailed model hard to pass up.
This is by far the best stop-motion I've seen since Wallace and Gromit. It's the sheer inventiveness that's just so good. Chopping, dicing, mixing and grinding; watch a man make fresh guacamole out of everyday objects and, err, a bowl of grenades he just happens to have laying around.
Today Google took steps to get all of its entertainment ducklings in a row. Google Play is the new umbrella that will cover the company's Apps, Movies, Music, and Books offerings. It'll cover both desktops and Android phones.
Prometheus, the film that started off life as an Alien prequel, but has since morphed into its own beast, is set for a June 1st launch in the UK. This fake TED2023 talk introduces us to Guy Pearce as Peter Weyland talking cyborgs and Gods, giving us a taste of what’s to come. Hell, it’s sci-fi from Ridley Scott and it looks like he’s back to his best – I can’t wait.
The Knowhow Movies service, previously announced by the Currys and Dixons group, is now scheduled to launch on March 1st. And there should be some half-decent content on it too, thanks to licensing deals with Disney, Warner Bros. and Momentum Pictures.