Comic-Con 2012 is in full swing and the new trailer for the Sam Raimi-directed Oz: The Great and Powerful starring James Franco, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz has got the Internet going a little bananas. A prequel to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, it tells the magical tale of how the Wizard arrived in Oz became the ruler.
Number one, the only thing more bad-ass than a zombie is (obviously) a zombie that also happens to be a cage fighter. Number two, there is no number two. Brain-eating creatures? Raging in cages? Already a win.
It was ah-mazing running in Course of the Force this morning! Chris Hardwick, Ashley Eckstein, Nerdist and Lucas Films couldn’t have been more gracious hosts.
It seems like TV just keeps getting better. Along the way, the medium is attracting better talent. Even Salmon Rushdie made a deal to create a Sci-Fi series for Showtime last year, remember? And A-list actors like Jim Caveziel-- star of the CBS crime drama Person of Interest-- are being lured away from movies by appealing small screen projects.
Heading to Comic-Con? Not feeling fully prepared? Well, at least allow me to help on the app front. Here are a few must haves that should be in your arsenal. (And PS, if you're not going to Comic-Con, these apps are good for everyday use, too!)
Here comes San Diego Comic Con and it's not all fun and games, know that. It's more of a themed riot than a pop-culture show, so the tactics you employ can mean the difference between a happy time and an internal apocalypse of confusion and disappointment.
It's not called Movie-Con or True Blood-Con or Japanamation-Con. Comic-Con is called Comic-Con for a reason. The reason: it's also about comics.
The Amazing Spider-Man opens in the U.S. on July 3, and early reviews have already come in from a few critics. The two or three people in the world who were hoping to see more of Tobey McGuire will be disappointed, because the new film is a reboot of the previous series and stars Andrew Garfield, the relatively untested co-star of The Social...
Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp has joined forces with the interwebz for a new YouTube show entitled, “Judge Sapp.”
The next big thing is here, people. We were lucky enough to chat with BBall superstars Steve Nash and Walt Frazier as they both helped launch the Galaxy S® III from Samsung.