Category Archives: We Love It!
The Internet pretty much freaked out when Sophie Turner tweeted a still from X-Men: Apocalypse which featured a cameo from a popular character from the X-universe.
This 14-minute video below gives a generous behind-the-scenes look at the voice acting, blue/green screen work, and computer animated magic that brought the classic Rudyard Kipling tale to life.
In the new “Kitten Please” trailer for Keanu, everything is the same as the original trailer except for the fact that every single actor has been replaced with a cuddly cat.
One X-Men fan is lobbying to dress the mutants in their original costumes from the comic books — bright colors and all. It may seem like a bad idea at first, but the more I think of it, the more it makes sense.
A YouTube user wrote a heartfelt comment in response to a video about video games. Launch Pad alum, John Wikstrom saw this and decided to make an entire short inspired by the comment — and the result was surprisingly emotional.
Can you imagine Game Of Thrones without Jon Snow? Neither can we and in today’s Things We Love, Fullscreen’s Katie Wilson shows us why Meghan Trainor goes perfectly with a dash of Snow.
The Great Purple One not only revolutionized and changed the music industry from the very beginning of his career, but he also blessed the film and TV industry with his God-like presence and talent. Here are just some of his memorable movie and television moments.
Ever wonder what Star Wars: The Force Awakens would look like with more garlic bread? Well, wonder no more.
The first images from Antoine Fuqua’s reboot of Magnificent Seven starring a mustachioed Denzel Washington and a neckerchief-clad Chris Pratt have been released and they are serving up some major western realness.
Suicide Squad has reached its pop cultural apex: someone made a mashup of it with the Friends theme song.
Here’s a very succinct and informative video that breaks the TV-making process down to a science to help us better understand what goes into making an entire season of a TV show.
A24 has made a name for itself as a purveyor of distinct cinematic style and has released nearly 50 films in less than five years — and Fernando Andres made this amazing video of some of them in this supercut titled A24: Films of a Revolution.
The sixth season of Game of Thrones is just around the corner and to prepare us for our journey back to Westeros, some tech geniuses created an interactive 360 degree VR experience of the opening title sequence.
Ben Schwartz is known for his role as Jean-Ralphio on Parks and Recreation. He also is known for providing the vocal inspiration for BB-8 on Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This is what happens when you put them together.
Mad Max: Fury Road delivered the goods when it came to action, story, special effects, characters, and practically everything else that made it one of the best movies of 2015 — but none of that would have been possible without one thing: sound.
Full of pixelated awesomeness and MIDI file charm, this YouTube video gives the opening credits to Daredevil so much 8-bit flair that you’ll want to see an entire video game in this medium.
Finally! A trailer that not only celebrates Star Wars, but gives us a timeline of all the movies (yes, including THOSE prequels) to the franchise’s past, present and a tease into its future.
The Avengers star took time out of his busy PR campaign for I Saw the Light to report the weather… as Loki.
The cast of Silicon Valley try and guess what these real-life startups do. Their answers are tremendous and very NSFW.
Funny Or Die took a swipe at Suicide Squad‘s premise this morning with Suicide Squad: The B Team, using clips from every movie the creators could think of to fill out the two minute trailer.
Now that the dust has settled around Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, we can prep ourselves for another bout of good guy vs. good guy infighting in Captain America: Civil War. This video will help.
Batman is a busy man. First he went toe-to-toe with the Man of Steel last weekend in Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice and now he has a new adversary: The Terminator.
There have been some nice things that have been said about Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice and some not-so-nice things — probably more of the latter. This would explain the “Sad Affleck” video that his making its rounds on the internet.
Legendary comedian Garry Shandling passed away on Thursday, and in his honor, we take a look back at a clip from his groundbreaking HBO comedy series, The Larry Sanders Show.
The DC Comics cinematic universe has decided to build on all the Wonder Woman buzz from Batman V. Superman and release an image of the ladies from the highly anticipated movie in full Amazon gear on the hidden island of WW’s home of Themyscira.
A YouTuber decided to do a harmonious mashup trailer of Suicide Squad and Monster Squad set to the the tune of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”…and the results are glorious.
Someone decided to cut a parody trailer of Batman V. Superman where Affleck is playing Batman and Superman. So essentially, he is fighting himself — and it is as wonderful as it sounds.
Disney recently released a series of photos of the actors from the live-adaptation of The Jungle Book posing with the animals (not real, I’m assuming) they voice — and they are stunning.
There’s something magical about someone coming to your seat during a movie and silently delivering a basket of fries and queso. The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is what I imagine heaven is like.