Mattel gives us a re-Halloween treat… a new round of answers, five days early! This time around, Matty explains why Octavia’s tentacles won’t be bendy, and update on the upcoming new flight stands, and the chances we’ll see Weapons Paks for DC Universe and WWE. Read on for all the answers…
The Wachowskis team up with Tom Tykwer to deliver a lush, beautiful and entirely different kind of cinematic epic, and the controversial filmmakers may have fully realized the game-changing destiny they promised with The Matrix.
Fresh from their swag-heavy preview showing at NYCC, Chillingo brings He Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe to iOS platforms. Developed by GlitchSoft, He-Man’s latest foray into the world of gaming is far from perfect, but tons of fun and well worth the price of admission.
It’s been 20 years since Army of Darkness was released, closing out the Evil Dead trilogy, a series of films that practically defined cult classics. While there’s no immediate plans for our hapless hero Ash making a return, Bruce Campbell talked at New York Comic Con about why he thinks now is the perfect time to relaunch the Evil Dead.
The cast of Joss Whedon’s S.H.I.E.L.D. just keeping growing.
The Mattypalooza panel from NYCC was riding off a few highs from Power Con featuring another New Adventures character, a female Horde member, another Snake Man, and the Ultimate Castle Grayskull announcement. It had big shoes to fill. Fans waited for a few new scant reveals in the panel, something not premiered at the Mattel booth.
New developments have surfaced for both The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past that seem head-scratching, at best.
Just for fun, I started the roundtable with Julianne Moore at New York Comic Con asking her what it would take to get her to do the interview in character as Nancy Donovan, her character from 30 Rock. Because she’s awesome, this is what happened next…
One of the most haunting and iconic moments of Carrie— in any version of Stephen King’s classic— is the blood dropping scene, as our protagonist is doused in pig’s blood and publically humiliated in front of her entire class at Prom. At New York Comic Con, director Kimberly Peirce and Carrie herself, Chloe Grace Moretz discussed how they captured the infamous scene on film in the new adaptation.
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