A new trailer has dropped for the Arrow-verse mega crossover, and in addition to more clips of heroes fighting we’re treated to the origin of Earth-X. For those that don’t already know, Earth-X is an alternate reality where the Nazi regime won WWII and now has an iron grip on the world. If you haven’t seen any footage for the crossover yet…this trailer is good enough to make you binge everything that’s been released so far! I can’t wait for it to debut next Monday!
Hollywood was inches away from getting a cinematic masterpiece, but they couldn’t see the vision. The news comes from Mick Garris’ podcast Post Mortem which had Tom McLoughlin as their guest. According to director McLoughlin, Paramount wanted to do Freddy vs. Jason a full 17 years before they actually were able to, which prompted him to make an alternative suggestion in the meantime:
“I said, ‘You know what? You guys own Cheech and Chong. What if we do Cheech and Chong-meets-Jason? They’re like camp counselors or something. It’s like, ‘Hey, man, I saw Jason out there.’ ‘No, man, that’s a myth.’ But he said, ‘You know what? No.’”
It sounds like a silly idea, but I think in hindsight we can all agree if they would’ve went into the future and saw Freddy vs. Jason, they would’ve just went ahead with Cheech and Chong. I’m really disappointed this didn’t happen guys, do you think there’s still time for this to happen?
So imagine you’re a YouTuber on Thanksgiving, and you’re looking to get lots of views to get that sweet YouTube revenue before Black Friday…what do you do? If you said cook a turkey in molten aluminum, you’re like two years behind the curve, but if you then upped the ante and ate part of said molten aluminum turkey, then you have my attention. For that reason, I have to give Sufficiently Advanced props because I in no way believe eating a turkey that has been cooked in molten aluminum is in any way safe, but he did it for internet fame and fortune.
Check out the cooking process below, and skip to near the end to see him actually eat this unholy monstrosity.
If you ever need to ask yourself, “Was The Emoji Movie really that bad,” let me save you the anguish and pain and confirm it for you. Yes, it really was that bad, and there is absolutely no reason you or a child should watch it. If you still find yourself the least bit curious, then just hit up this Honest Trailer, which is about as hilariously brutal as it needs to be to get the point across.
Check it out below, and let us know if you were unfortunate enough to see this movie.
Anyone who was a fan of Steve and Dustin teaming up in Stranger Things will be very excited watching this video. Joe Keery and Gaten Matarazzo (who actually pitched the characters teaming up) have just as much fun goofing around off-screen as they did on the series.
Watch the two answer the web’s biggest questions regarding the show and their lives, and get super impressed at the level of knowledge Gaten Matarazzo has on 80s horror films!
While films like Justice League are opening to $96 million, Disney is betting big on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Opening weekend expectations are high according to Coming Soon with Dinsey planning for a $200 million opening weekend. That’s pretty conservative considering The Force Awakens opened to $248 million, but it’s probably best to keep expectations lower to better impress investors.
Obviously given the franchises success this number is realistic, and it’s fair to say if this film pulls in any less than expectations there will be quite a few unhappy campers in the Disney camp. Do you think there’s any chance this film doesn’t hit the $200 million mark opening weekend? Personally, I think there is too much hype for it not to.
When it was first announced Rashida Jones had exited the writing process of Toy Story 4, unnamed sources came forward and alleged that it was due to unwanted sexual advances by Pixar’s Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter. Now (via Indie Wire), Jones is setting the record straight, although her reasoning doesn’t sound any less damning for Pixar. Jones and writing partner Will McCormack said the reason they left the project was due to a culture that prevented minorities and women from having an equal voice in the creative process:
“We did not leave Pixar because of unwanted advances. That is untrue. We parted ways because of creative and, more importantly, philosophical differences. There is so much talent at Pixar, and we remain enormous fans of their films. However, it is also a culture where women and people of color do not have an equal creative voice…We hope we can encourage all those who have felt like their voices could not be heard in the past to feel empowered.
Not the best look for Pixar at the moment, who is also dealing with the allegations that were made public against John Lasseter. Lasseter has stepped temporarily stepped down from his position at Pixar, and it’s unknown at this time how Jones and McCormack’s leaving will affect Toy Story 4.
If you loved the classic arcade game for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, then you’re going to love this. RetroSFX went and mixed the audio from the video game and spiked it into the film to a glorious effect, or at least I think so. Check it out below, and tell us how many quarters you spent playing this game back in the day!
Remember that trailer for Logan that sent chills down your spine? Well, someone went and redid that trailer, except now they have shots from The Office in there. Surprisingly, I got the same feeling watching this trailer as I did Logan, that is, until they started showing scenes from Michael Scott’s film Threat Level Midnight, then I was just laughing. Check out this video that has way less views than it deserves below, and let us know what your favorite episode of The Office is.
Jason Momoa is a different kind of Aquaman than what we’ve seen in the past, and as it turns out there’s a very good reason for that! Momoa shares with IGN that no, his character has never been to Atlantis prior to the events of Justice League, so that’s why he yells things like “Yee-haw”.
Momoa breaks it all down below and gets dissed by Ben Affleck at some point near the end of his response. Check it out below!