I give you the AT-AT Boom Box.
Hey gang, if you grab today’s isue of b, you may notice a familiar face as part of the Oscar panel.
It was a pretty fun bit to write, giving my unabashed opinions about this year’s Oscars, and I hope you enjoy reading it too.
If you read today’s article and you’re new here, please feel free to drop a line in the comments.
If you agree, disagree, or generally feel my Oscar picks suck, feel free to let me know. Let’s make for some fun debate!
Original Post: bthesite.com | blog – Archive – The Oscars: Who you want to win.
You may’ve noticed a general lack of coverage towards X-Men Origins: Wolverine here at Blast-O-Rama.
And believe me, it’s not for lack of news…it’s more for lack of interest.
I’ve yet to see a single frame of film that has made me believe that it’ll be a decent flick…
…well, except for Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool.
Sure, we’ve only seen him in a red shirt with swords so far, but internet rumor placed it that Reynolds would be properly Deadpool’ed up by the final frame of film.
Much like the Cobra Commander reveal this past week, the action figures have once again given us an early glmpse of what that’ll be…and man is it a dissapointment.
For you spoiler freaks, I’ve added the pic behind the cut, so…
Discuss your thoughts in the comments.
Well, you should know the deal by now.
Edgar Wright’s posting a pic a day. Since he’s directing Scott Pilgrim, it’s been of the cast lately.
Let’s see who’s been “revealed” this week.
Hey look! It’s Chris “Human Torch” Evans as evil-ex Lucas Lee!
And who’s this mysterious fellow?
Well, if the rumor is true, that’s Jason Schwartzman. And who’s he playing? If his “pic” is any indication, that’s Evil Ex #7, the big-boss, the final confrontation…Gideon.
As always, more pics and info are at Wright’s blog below. Although, let’s be honest, if something interesting hits, I’m blogging it.
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As the race continues toward the silver-screen for the much anticipated film adaptation of Watchmen, fans are getting antsy, wanting to know every major detail.
So today, I give you…the RUNNING TIME.
Zach Synder announced today that the theatrical cut will run a smooth 2 hours and 36 minutes.
For those who think that isn’t enough 80’s era super hero action, worry not, there will be two additional cuts on the DVD/Blu-Ray.
The “Director’s Cut” will run approx 3 hours and 10 minutes, which while an impressive figure, is dwarfed by the massive “Extended Cut”, which features the Tales of the Black Freighter, and runs 3 hours and 25 minutes.
Set your pee-breaks now.
Original Post: Zack Snyder says WATCHMEN DVD will be 3 hours 25 minutes.