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Is there some 8-bit wizard out there who could make our arcade fantasies come true?
Alas, we've got a pocket full of quarters but only a handful of "What If?" game cartridges. We'd love to walk in the pixelated footsteps of Donnie Darko, get stuck in a loop on "Groundhog Day" and rule the blocky beaches of Miami with Tony Montana. And we will. In our 1-octet dreams. Get More »
The Easter Bunny arrives this Sunday, April 8! Though it's actually a religious holiday, our favorite part of Easter has always been painting Easter eggs (well, and eating Peeps until we throw up).
But this year, maybe it's time to get a little more ... interesting with your artwork.
Courtesy of Old Red Jalopy, we present eight movie-inspired Easter eggs that have just a little bit more edge than your standard variety stripes and polka dots. The Easter Bunny won't know what hit him.
Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" was first released in 1991, but it's still as fresh and appealing today as it was 21 years ago, which a new generation of moviegoers will find out with the film's 3-D re-release this week.
What's responsible for the studio's lasting success? In part, it's the marketing. Disney movies have an unmistakable look and charm that gives us the warm and fuzzies. (You know your studio's in good shape when a film that grossed over $100 million was considered a failure, as was the case with Disney's 2009 release, "The Princess and the Frog.")
What would the Disney magic do if applied to other films? We imagine what 10 other big movie franchises would like if they were created by the Mouse House.
Since officially announcing via Twitter last month that he return to the world of acting, fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger have been waiting patiently for word on the legendary muscle man's next role. If Arnie himself is to be believed, it could be one we're already familiar with...
While attending The Arnold Sports Festival (easily the most terrifying fitness convention hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger in existence), TheArnoldFans.com (via CinemaBlend) questioned the bodybuilder/governor/action star on what scripts he really had in the works, and what may actually see the light of day. Get More »
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a man of many talents - acting, governance, pumping you up - but carrying a tune has never been his forte...until now. Brothers Jon and Al Kaplan first brought us the musical stylings of Arnold (or a reasonable facsimile thereof) with "Conan the Barbarian: The Musical," which turned the score into a rousing, showtune-style anthem.
Now the brothers Kaplan are taking their swan song bows, and they're doing it in amazing style with "If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It," which transforms Arnold's most Broadway-ready movie, "Predator," into the musical it always wanted to be. Get More »