The upcoming feature from rom-com master Richard Curtis promises a love story wrapped with a quirky time travel ribbon. Don't get me wrong — the trailer is adorable. If you like awkward British boys and the pretty girls who passively bat their eyes back at them, this movie's for you. However, if you're a sci-fi fan, this movie may induce you to write a rambling essay about everything's that wrong with Hollywood's version of timey-wimey goodness and things that go bump-bump in the night.
I know we've been reporting on Agents of SHIELD more than enough in the past two weeks, but this is our biggest look at the upcoming pilot yet! ABC has released a full length trailer for the series, and it looks about as big and ambitious as we have been hoping it would. Action, comedy, and some unnamed superheroes are all present, and it's pretty awesome. Give it a watch below.
ConnectiCon is a fan-run, membership based organization and this summer, a massively multi-genre convention. The convention includes comic books, manga, hobby games, science fiction, fantasy, electronic gaming, horror, and so much more.
Japanese magazine Coro Coro has revealed some details on Pokémon X and Y, including the name of the games' location and a few new Pokémon.
Are you ready for three days of cosplay fun? Anime Boston is just around the corner so if you live in Boston or can get there pack your cosplay gear and get ready for fun.
NBC has unveiled its lineup for the upcoming fall season, with a total of 14 shows being added to the network. Some series will find new homes on different night to make room for the new programming, and some won’t be returning at all. The lists in this article are alphabetized for your convenience of course (and because I still have OCD).
WWE ’14, the latest installment in the popular video game wrestling series, is now scheduled for release on October 14th, 2013 for the PS3 and Xbox 360. The WWE series is one of a plethora of titles formally owned by the now bankrupt THQ. Take-Two interactive, parent company of 2k Sports and Rockstar, bought the rights for WWE earlier this year. Yuke’s is still the primary developer.
In his first venture into feature films, a retro Kayne West, in an afro wig and leather pants, wreaked havoc on the Atlanta set of Anchorman: The Legend Continues. Kayne was in Woodruff Park, on May 9, to film his cameo. His actual role is a mystery, but according to some recent set photos, we do know the Chicago rapper uses a hockey stick to put Steve Carrell in a headlock. Check out a look at West's character below.
Welcome to HQ, a podcast where we talk about things that usually don't matter at all. Join me this week, as Rami, Wesley, and I discuss what time period we would want to live in and why. Check us out on iTunes, or click through for an embed and RSS below.
For his sixth full length release, The Undertow, New York based troubadour Dan Coyle, one of this country's up and coming singer-songwriters, begins to slowly slink his way from the shell that has incubated his talents over the last several years. Instead of opting for his typical traditionalist approach of solo guitar and voice, The Undertow finds Coyle joined for the first time by a full band. Well, sort of.
Indie games are a pretty common sight these days, but not all of them get the recognition they deserve. Unhack is a browser based game that mixes elements from many generes we see today to create something that all audiences can enjoy. With its unique graphical presentation and gripping storyline, Unhack has been proving to be a success.
ABC has ordered 12 new scripted series for its upcoming season. This is a tall order considering they’ve only cancelled six. The lists in this article have been alphabetized, for your convenience of course (and because I have OCD).
It's finally here! After rumors, casting announcements and leaked trailers, the first official promo has just been released.
Bryan Singer beats the paparazzi to the punch with his tweet of this behind the scenes photo of Ellen Page as Kitty Pryde, in the latest of the X-Men's time-traveling franchise, X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Hey ladies and germs! Welcome to New Music Monday, where we attempt to shake off the hangover that was the weekend and prepare to cope with another work week by looking at all of the great new music that's going to be released this week. Some of it you may have heard already, and some of it may come as a surprise, but I'll do my best to tell you what to seek out and what to avoid this week. So squeegee your third eye everyone, let's look into the future and see what you'll be listening to this weekend.