Category Archives: Film

Watch the first official ‘Jurassic World’ trailer

As reported on The Verge. By Kwame Opam It’s here! The Jurassic World trailer has dropped, two days ahead of the promised Thanksgiving debut. Here, we finally see the park open to the public. However, the scientists running the park made … Continue reading

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Millennium Falcon appears to take shape in new ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ spy shots

As reported on The Verge. By Jacob Kastrenakes We knew that Han and the rest of the classic Star Wars crew were returning for Episode VII, and now it appears that Han’s ship of choice is coming along for the ride too. TMZ has new photos of a … Continue reading

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This is Ben Affleck as Batman, and this is his Batmobile

As reported on The Verge. By Bryan Bishop Zack Snyder’s sequel to Man of Steel is shaping up to be a who’s who of DC characters. Jesse Eisenberg stars as Lex Luthor, Gal Gadot will play Wonder Woman — and of course Ben Affleck will be Batman. … Continue reading

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Air Force discusses how it would respond to Godzilla

As reported on The Verge. By Jacob Kastrenakes As various films have shown, Godzilla is a devastating opponent in a fight. With a new movie coming out just a week from now, Smithsonian’s Air & Space decided to sit down with two in the US Air … Continue reading

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Watch the trailer for Aaron Swartz documentary ‘The Internet’s Own Boy’

As reported on The Verge. By Jacob Kastrenakes  Those advocating for the reform of hacking laws have rallied around Aaron Swartz’s cause from the beginnings of his prosecution through his suicide last year while facing with the possibility of 35 years … Continue reading

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AI Experts On The Reality Behind The Sci-Fi Thriller “Transcendence”

As reported on TechCrunch. by Peter Barnum, Brad Neuman An ambitious blend of fact and fiction, “Transcendence” is Hollywood’s latest dystopian-edged take on the implications of artificial intelligence. The movie presents the tale of the wildly brilliant researcher, Dr. Will Caster (Johnny … Continue reading

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Scarlett Johansson is a telekinetic superhuman in the trailer for ‘Lucy’

As reported on The Verge. By Valentina Palladino Even with Captain America: The Winter Soldier hitting theaters, Scarlett Johansson isn’t taking a break. In the movie Lucy, written and directed by acclaimed French filmmaker Luc Besson, Johansson plays a woman working as a drug mule … Continue reading

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In this new ‘Transcendence’ trailer computers are the future of evolution

As reported on The Verge. By Bryan Bishop Cinematographer Wally Pfister has been realizing the worlds of director Christopher Nolan since Memento, and this year he’s going to be taking his own turn behind the camera with Transcendence. While we’d already gotten a glimpse, … Continue reading

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Inside the design of David Lynch’s ‘Dune’

As reported on The Verge. By Andrew Webster The reception for David Lynch’s theatrical take on Dune was mixed, to stay the least. But for all of its narrative issues, it certainly was a lovely film to look at. Writing on io9, former concept artist … Continue reading

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‘The Raid 2’ review: bigger and bloodier

As reported on The Verge. By Bryan Bishop Gareth Evans mixes gangster drama and epic action Let’s just get this out of the way: I wasn’t a huge fan of The Raid: Redemption. Gareth Evans’ Indonesian action flick was a video game … Continue reading

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