Category Archives: We Love It!
Gene Wilder, who became one of the greatest comedic actors of his generation with roles in films like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles, and Young Frankenstein, died at his home in Connecticut on Monday at the age of 83.
What’s better than bloopers? Not much, except superhero bloopers! In anticipating of Captain America: Civil War arriving on DVD and Blu-Ray on September 13, Marvel Studios has released the bloopers from the film (or at least some of them).
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in a voiceover recording session? Seems like a pretty painless way to make a buck, right? Well, if the reality of a voiceover session is anything like this video from Hog Butcher, guess again.
This winter, a pop-up bar named Scum and Villainy Cantina is opening in sunny Hollywood, California, and all Star Wars fans are welcome. The new venue is inspired by the Mos Eisley Cantina scene in Episode IV – A New Hope when Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker first meet smugglers Han Solo and Chewbacca.
Could Ewan McGregor’s Last Days in the Desert be a veiled attempt to give us the stripped-down standalone, character-driven Obi-Wan movie we’ve all been waiting for? This teaser trailer proves that it might be.
Before Stranger Things, the Duffer Brothers were generally working under the radar. Their biggest credit was the Fox series Wayward Pines and a handful of shorts including Eater, one of their first projects.
This is what would happen if Quentin Tarantino created a “suicide squad” from his own collection of bad ass and unhinged characters from his movies.
The ultimate fanboy convention ended its run on Sunday, July 24 and late night talk show host Conan O’Brien celebrated by sharing a huge secret…which is surprisingly very similar to Melisandre’s secret on Game of Thrones.
Ah, the mixtape. That carefully curated playlist compiled on an audio cassette which could make or break a college road trip – or a high school romance. With the advent of iPods and mp3s, the mixtape more or less went the way of the Spice Girls, but now Netflix is determined to bring it back – in spirit, at least.
One of the best parts of The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (besides everything) are the varied and entertaining musical numbers. Now take a look behind the scenes of some of the best musical moments from Season 1!
Last night, Jimmy Fallon got the opportunity to interview JoJo Fletcher (who looked curiously like actress Kristen Wiig), the current Bachelorette, on The Tonight Show and it went about as well as can be expected.
The Disney Parks Blog revealed a brand new look at Disneyland’s upcoming Star Wars Land and it’s bound to get fans excited.
With the shift of Warner Bros. executives, some Suicide Squad reshoots, and the addition of talented directors on certain projects, there may be a glimmer of hope that the forthcoming Justice League — and that hope is brought to life by this incredible fan-made trailer.
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing and there isn’t a better way to celebrate than by admiring the auteur’s stylish use of the dolly shot.
Seth Meyers recently sat down with the Ghostbusters star to watch the latest episode of Game of Thrones and now we want to watch every episode with her.
In Daniel Hashimoto’s latest “Action Hero Kid” video, little James flies away to space in a UFO that he drew on the driveway. Really.
During a demonstration at E3, three generations of Star Trek cast members tested the all-too-real VR game, Star Trek: Bridge Crew — and it was too much fun to watch.
Just in time for the release of Finding Dory, this video essay does a brilliant job of explaining what Pixar movies transcend the “family movie” genre and why they are so gosh darn good.
Directed by Oscar Sharp, Sunspring is the result of training artificial intelligence to write a sci-fi screenplay.
It took the artists at Digital Wizard Studios five months to compact the entire movie into a hilarious 4 minutes of interlocking Lego brick brilliance — with some very fun Lego cameos.
Comedian and impressionist extraordinaire Brock Baker took to YouTube to give the masses a treat: a four and a half minute video of him bringing some of your favorite Nickelodeon characters from the days of yore back to life.
This season, Veep‘s ill-tempered and arrogant Jonah Ryan is running for Congress and the people at HBO managed to put together a campaign website that is so on-point and looks so much like a real campaign website that you might end up voting for him.
A couple weeks ago, they shared a video of Star Wars: The Force Awakens as told by emojis and now this week, in honor of the upcoming release of Finding Dory, the Mouse House typed out another emoji tale for Finding Nemo.
I don’t know if this barrage of elderly insults was improvised, but Miller is a master at the art of old people burns.
The creator of the Academy Award-winning Feast has another heartwarming animated short for us — but with a really cool VR twist.
On May 25, 1977, Star Wars: A New Hope was released into theaters and forever changed the landscape of cinema — and to celebrate its 39th anniversary, a massive scrolling infographic was created by artist and graphic novelist Martin Panchaud.
In celebration of Brothers Day (apparently that’s today), the two actors read selections from the very NSFW children’s book Where Do Brothers Come From?
If you are of a certain age than you know the value of good ol’ fashioned trading cards. Topps plans to reincarnate that kind of fandom with a series of trading cards associated with AMC’s TV adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s graphic novel Preacher.
Warner Bros. released an animated promo that captures the glorious essence of Shane Black’s disco-era action comedy
Complete with synthy music and awesome video effects, the latest piece of ’80s-themed marketing for X-Men: Apocalypse is a VHS-quality enrollment commercial for Xavier’s School For Gifted Youngsters