Todd McFarlane is on the hunt for the next actor to play Spawn in his reboot. The director took to Instagram to confirm the news that he was on the hunt, as he posted a picture with the original film's director Mark Dippe:
In all honesty, the announcement sounds way more exciting than it actually is. Those who have been following McFarlane's pitch for a Spawn reboot already know that he doesn't plan for Spawn to have a speaking role in this film, so I'm not sure why it's all that important who plays him! Instead the film will focus on private investigators Twitch and Sam, and other supernatural elements in addition to the appearance of Spawn. Did I mention it was going to be low-budget? Sounds like a blast, right?
I'm being a little too mean about this because, yeah, it is exciting, and I know few studios are looking to make a blockbuster franchise around Spawn, so I should be happy that McFarlane is doing it at all...but can't Spawn at least speak? How do you guys feel about this?
The official trailer for A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 has arrived, and it looks even better than Season 1! The costumes, the characters, the grotesque nature of it all...it's so on point and really makes me want to binge Season 1 so I can polish this Season off the day it releases.
More isn't always better. Sometimes it's much worse. March 30th, get ready for more villains, more schemes, more peril, more orphans and more intentional fires. It's really going to be quite dreadful. We can't wait.
Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think!
Dan Stevens doesn't just play a mutant on television, he's kind of one in real life! The actor stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden to show his unique talent off, which if you didn't read the headline is that he can levitate malted milk balls. I won't spoil you on how he does it before the video, but I will say I was impressed even though I wasn't expecting him to do that! Check it out below:
I've been waiting for CinemaSins to cover a film I thought was worth picking apart before sharing a video again, and I finally got my chance. Let me start by saying Ender's Game was not an awful film by any means, but it should've been incredible. Honestly, I'm hoping Hollywood gives it another shot down the road, because I was a bit disappointed in how this film turned out. Check out CinemaSins critiques below:
Is Kim Kardashian secretly a geek like us? I have no clue, but for whatever reason, she wanted the world to know she was checking out some manga while in Tokyo. Check out her instagram post (via Kotaku) and continue on below:
Many would say Elon Musk is one of the most prolific innovators of our generation, others might call him crazy. After watching this 30 second breakdown of some events in Musk's life, I'm convinced he's a little of both. Check it out below and have a laugh!
You wanna learn how to make that meth from Breaking Bad? This video will totally show you how to make the legal and edible version featured in the show...which is cool...but probably far less thrilling to all you drug addicts out there. It's still a fun treat to make for some get together if you're needing a way to work your love of Breaking Bad into the conversation. Check out the video below and let us know if you make this!
I'm going to warn you right now, if you're even the least bit squeamish about stuff like this, don't watch this. This is an actual 360 video of the inside of a cadaver, and while its super interesting, it's also a super real dead body. Is there any limit to what you can find on the internet?
Did you miss the big press conference following the Falcon Heavy launch? Don't worry, you can catch all the highlights via Eclectic Method's remix video, which even turns Elon Musk into a rhyming machine! It's not quite as incredible as the things Musk is doing towards space advancement, but it's close:
Here's an internet video from years back that, thanks to Reddit, is finally being seen by the masses. Tom Hardy is typically only a bad ass on screen, but here he's acting like a real goof as he impersonates Bane much to the embarrassment of his dog. Check it out below, and try to imagine all the other times Hardy may have whipped out the Bane voice in weird situations: