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Official Comic Con Footage for Mad Max: Fury Road - In UK Cinemas May 15 2015
Oscar-winning filmmaker George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” revisits his own post-apocalyptic trilogy featuring the anti-hero known as Mad Max. Tom Hardy stars in the role of Max Rockatansky, alongside Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, Riley Keough, Hugh Keays-Byrne and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Miller directed from a screenplay he wrote with Brendan McCarthy and Nico Lathouris. Miller also produces, along with Doug Mitchell and P.J. Voeten. Iain Smith, Graham Burke and Bruce Berman serve as executive producers.
Scheduled for release on May 15, 2015
Ever year, Adam Savage walks the floor of Comic-Con incognito, hidden in plain view wearing one of his elaborate cosplay costumes. This year, Adam debuts a costume he has been working on for almost a decade: a perfect replica of the environmental space suit from Ridley Scott’s Alien.
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“Weird Al” Yankovic’s new album, Mandatory Fun, is set to take the number one spot on the music charts, making it his first number one of his career. Take that Internet parody creators!
It’s fitting that “Weird Al” would claim his first number one album on the Billboard 200 here and now. Not only is his popularity booming thanks to last week’s onslaught of media coverage, but it is also the 25th anniversary of UHF (something we will be celebrating tomorrow).
The TV star reportedly died at his home in Los Angeles
James Garner, star of the long-running TV shows “The Rockford Files” and “Maverick” has died at 86, according to media reports.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that an ambulance was dispatched to the actor’s home in Los Angeles around 8PM Saturday evening and that he was dead when they arrive.
A dashing, dark-haired and dark-eyed figure with a sly sense of humor, Garner played private investigator Jim Rockford from 1974 to 1980. He came back to play the character in several TV movies in the 1990s.
He had already achieved stardom as the gun-slinging Bret Maverick from 1957-1960, and reprised that character in the 1980s. In a movie version of the show in 1994, Garner had a cameo role with Mel Gibson playing the title character.
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My Old Lady Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith Dramedy HD
A down-and-out New Yorker inherits an apartment in Paris from his estranged father and is stunned to find a refined old lady living there with her protective daughter.
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Beware: Cranky Hippy.
In the latest Billboard cover story, Tom Petty discusses the passion, outrage and drive — he’s not wasting any energy on partying these days — that birthed the latest entry in his classic catalog. Check out five things we learned about the legendary rocker.
“HYPNOTIC EYE” IS A POLITICAL ALBUM, BUT IT’S NOT LEFT OR RIGHT. Petty takes aim at the unchecked greed of the One Percent on his latest. “Very few people know how to handle power and once they just become completely immoral, they’re dangerous people,” Petty tells Billboard. “That attitude is what, to me, wipes out the middle class.” Tellingly, there’s a hand-written warning that reads “Beware Cranky Hippie” outside the studio where he recorded this album.
I normally don’t go recommending games, especially on a site like LGF that doesn’t focus on games. But this one took me by surprise, with how deep it was in its simplicity. The intuitive way to play turned out to be the wrong way. Getting the good ending required me to rethink good & evil within the game’s context. “Morality” in games is usually handled in a more ham-handed way than this. And while this one might seem equally hammy at first, its actually quite subversive. I’m genuinely impressed.
Its a flash game on Newgrounds. Its called “Perdition.” Your character is an android that has acquired free-will.
Dr. Raymond Palmer, Ph.D. is coming to Starling City this fall.
Brandon Routh at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con. (Photo: Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia commons)
TVLine announced today Brandon Routh has joined the cast of Arrow as Ray Palmer, aka The Atom. Routh played Superman in 2006′s “Superman Returns” and arguably the best Scott Pilgrim villain there is, Todd Ingram.
According to the scoop…
Ray will play an unexpected role in the lives of Oliver and (rumored love interest) Felicity as the new owner of Queen Consolidated. Palmer’s plans for Queen Consolidated’s Applied Sciences Division will be shrouded in mystery.
For those unfamiliar, The Atom has the ability to shrink to a sub-atomic level and do all kinds of really cool things when he’s tiny. The character dates back to the Golden Age of DC Comics, first appearing appeared in October 1940 in “All-American Comics #19.” Ray Palmer took the role in the early 1960s as the second Atom.
After Siskel died in 1999, Ebert kept the show going whilst essentially auditioning an interestingly diverse roster of guest critics for several months, with fellow Chicago Sun-Times reviewer Richard Roeper eventually winning the permanent seat across the aisle. Ebert remained a stalwart fixture until 2006, when treatment for his thyroid cancer began. Of course, Roger Ebert’s life journey didn’t end there, just as it had already taken many twists and turns before his fame as a TV personality. In fact, it is these bookends that provide the most compelling elements in Life Itself, a moving, compassionate and surprisingly frank portrait from acclaimed documentarian Steve James (Hoop Dreams).
The film covers the full breadth of Ebert’s professional life as a journalist; beginning with his fledgling days as a reporter and reviewer for The Daily Illini while attending the University of Illinois in the early 60s, to his embrace of new media during that personally challenging (and very public) final chapter of his life, wherein he was able to reinvent himself as a socio-political commentator (which he pursued with the same passion, candor and intelligence that defined his oeuvre as America’s most respected film critic).