July is almost upon us, and I couldn’t be happier. It’s my favorite month because: 1) I love summer, 2) we celebrate my daughter’s birthday, 3) I get to go be among “my people” at Comic-Con in San Diego, 4) my kids are just out of school and no one’s
No matter how many Jurassic movies they make, I’m always going to be excited to see them. Why? Because they make me feel like a giddy little kid again. Because they inevitably conjure up memories of 1993’s game-changing Jurassic Park. Because they remind me of the fun I’ve had running
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Titanic’s Jack and Rose. Call Me By Your Name’s Elio and Oliver. I can’t help but notice that some of the most famous movie romances haven’t really worked out (note to self: steer clear of poison, ships and Italian countrysides). But I do know a Hollywood
I recently chatted with Daisy Yuhas, who’s the Senior Marketing Manager for Movies and Games at Redbox. We touched on what a great value Redbox offers with its previously rented movies and games — which I have to admit I didn’t know much about. So if you have questions, too,
The Kaiju are back in the next chapter of the Pacific Rim phenomenon and with this new global threat comes even bigger robot-monster combat. In the sequel to the 2013 film Pacific Rim you can look forward to big epic action, one-of-a-kind special effects, and new Jaegers with revolutionary technology
Gamora is 40!
That’s right, Zoe Saldana is celebrating a big milestone birthday today — and she certainly has a fantastic past year to celebrate as well. In fact, I can’t think of another actress who’s starred in not one, not two, but THREE hugely successful sci-fi franchises, not to
As families around the country gather together to honor dear old dad for Father’s Day, we thought it would be an appropriate time to also tip our hat to some of the best dads on film.
Here are my Top 5:
To Kill a Mockingbird – Atticus Finch is
“Wait, isn’t it just the ‘MTV Movie Awards’?”
If that’s the first thing you thought when reading the title of this post, you’re not alone. MTV’s annual celebration of Hollywood was in fact solely devoted to movies from 1992 up until last year, when they expanded it to add in
I’ve been given 15 minutes to talk to Bart Millard, frontman from the multi-platinum selling band, MercyMe. That’s five minutes longer than it took for him to write the band’s breakthrough song, “I Could Only Imagine,” which became the bestselling Christian single of all time, and the basis for the
We’re in LA this week for the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo – a huge gathering of gaming awesomeness. All the key players are represented at E3 including EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Sony and Nintendo giving us the first look at what’s coming next in the gaming world.
So what do
If you’re like me, you’re one of those people who never sees a big plot twist coming. But since I love to be surprised, I’m totally fine with my generally clueless nature as a movie-watcher. It makes those “gotcha!” moments all the more fun when you don’t figure them out
Sometimes we adults — with our pride, practicality and general lack of imagination and fear of failure — just can’t get the job done. Enter kids, who have the energy, creativity and willpower to succeed where their elders have failed … and inspire the rest of us in the process.
Today kicks off Pet Appreciation Week, so what better time to call out some of our favorite furry film friends?
Here are 4 that I think are extra special:
Marley the dog from Marley & Me
I remember when this entire country was engulfed in Marley Mania after John Grogan’s