When aliens have kidnapped Elizabeth the Second, UFOs are buzzing London, and Winston Churchill asks you to play dress-up...what's a girl to do? Long Live Queen Bettie the First! Another chapter from The Secret Diary of Bettie Page is revealed! David Avallone (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark) and Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes) take you back to a 1952 you never dreamed of, in the second installment of THE PRINCESS AND THE PIN-UP.
Sigourney Weaver has confirmed that she will be returning for Jason Reitman’s new Ghostbusters movie. She didn’t stop there, though, as she also basically revealed that Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson will return, too.
Weaver made these comments during her recent interview with Parade Magazine, via Slash Film, with the publication writing, “She’s also set to reunite with Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd in the new Ghostbusters, due July 2020.”
Regarding Ghostbusters 3 the legendary actress only provide the quote of, “It’s going to be crazy working with the guys again!” The “guys” surely being Murray, Aykroyd, and Hudson.
Of course, considering that production on Ghostbusters 3 hasn’t even begun yet, Weaver wasn’t able to go into details about the upcoming sci-fi comedy.
But she did make one rather big revelation, as she confirmed that she would be returning as “hauntee Dana Barrett.” This is the character that Weaver played in 1984’s Ghostbusters and 1989’s Ghostb…
When it comes to Quentin Tarantino’s involvement (or lack thereof) with a potential “Star Trek” film, it seems as if we simultaneously know a lot but also nothing at all. You see, we’ve been talking about this idea of a Tarantino-produced (and maybe directed?) film for well over a year now, but little has actually come out about the status of the project. But thankfully, with “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” publicity ramping up, the filmmaker has finally shed some light on the “Star Trek” film.
Speaking to Empire Magazine (via TrekMovie), Tarantino was asked about the current status of the film, which seems to still be in development, even though the original “Star Trek 4” idea has been shelved.
If you grew up a major Sci-Fi Geek like me then you have probably really enjoyed MeTV's "Super Sci-Fi Saturday Night" programming that showcases many of the classic fantasy TV series that we all grew up with. As many of you know the cable network recently shifted many of these series into late-night time slots and moved the Svengoolie show (A late night horror host program from Chicago that shows classic horror and sci-fi movies) into prime-time. I personally think that this was a mistake.
Now don't get me wrong, I really love Svengoolie and I believe that his wonderful show draws great ratings for the network in their 8 to 10pm time slot.
My beef however revolves around that fact that all those classic sci-fi shows that I want to watch now come on from ten at night to five in the morning (known as Red Eye Sci-Fi) making it impossible to enjoy them unless you are a chronic insomniac, which I'm not.
Age: 22 years young
Born: Sunday 28th of July 1996
Birthplace: Enterprise, Alabama, United States
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Blue
Height: 5'4" (or 163 cm)
Weight: 115 lbs (or 52 kg)
Body type: Average
Bra/cup size: D (75D)
Following the global success of “Godzilla” and “Kong: Skull Island” comes the next chapter in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ cinematic Monsterverse: “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” an epic action adventure that pits Godzilla against some of the most popular monsters in pop culture history.
The film was directed by Michael Dougherty (“Trick ‘R Treat,” “Krampus”), and stars Kyle Chandler (“The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Argo”) as well as Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga (“Up in the Air,” “The Conjuring” films) and Millie Bobby Brown (TV’s “Stranger Things”) in her feature film debut. The acclaimed ensemble cast also includes Bradley Whitford (“Get Out,” “The Post”); Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water,” “Blue Jasmine”); Charles Dance (HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” “The Imitation Game”); Thomas Middleditch (HBO’s “Silicon Valley”); Aisha Hinds (“Star Trek Into Darkness”); O’Shea Jackson, Jr. (“Straight Outta Compton”); Oscar nominee David Strathairn (“Go…
The Bugs Bunny Show (Better known as The Bugs Bunny / Road Runner Hour) is a long-running American television anthology series hosted by Bugs Bunny, that was mainly composed of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons released by Warner Bros.. Because Warner Bros. did not have the copyrights to their pre-1948 cartoons (their copyrights, but not their original negatives, were sold to Associated Artists Productions in 1956), the show only could air cartoons released between "You Were Never Duckier" and "Injun Trouble". Despite the black and white cartoons (excluding the 1931-33 Merrie Melodies, except "Lady, Play Your Mandolin!") being back in Warner's ownership by 1969, they were never shown.
"Don't call it a comeback
I've been here for years
I'm rocking my peers
Puttin' suckers in fear
Makin' the tears rain down like a monsoon
Listen to the bass go boom
Over the competition I'm towerin'
Wrecking shop when I write these lyrics
That'll make you call the cops
Don't you dare stare, you better move
Don't ever compare
Me to the rest that'll all get sliced and diced
Competition's payin' the price
I'm gonna knock you out!"
I hate to get cliche about the final trailer for Godzilla King of the Monsters but the background music (LL Cool J's 'Momma Said Knock You Out') pretty much sums it up. The clip is a stone cold knock out.
Get ready to rock:
That was mind blowing. If you weren't excited about the movie before you sure as hell are now!
It’s been years since audiences last saw two of cinema’s most notorious monsters of all time, Godzilla and King Kong, battle each other head to head. Though the pair first met on screen in the Japanese language King Kong vs. Godzilla in 1962, the rivalry between the two creatures has continued to grow and attract an audience even today.
With the creation of its very own Monsterverse in 2014, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have set out to breathe new life into two of the biggest Titans to have ever graced the silver screen. King Kong and Godzilla may have come from completely different places, but the Monsterverse has found a way to pit them against one another in the soon to be released official follow up to 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla vs. Kong. Exactly how this will take place is a bit of a confusing matter for those familiar with Godzilla’s atomic super breath, as King Kong - while a substantial monster in his own right - has no such power, and can onl…
Take a peak at the brand-new poster for The Legend of Boggy Creek that takes a stab at a certain giant Japanese monster that we all know and love.
I don't know that anyone would seriously call the “Fouke Monster” the true "King of the Monsters" so I don't think Godzilla has anything to worry about.
Well unless they decide to make a Godzilla vs Yetigar movie ... you will have to read the tenth issue of the old Godzilla series from Marvel Comics to get that joke.
Okay so the classic 1972 movie The Legend of Boggy Creek has gotten a new 4K restoration by the George Eastman Museum and is set to will premiere this weekend (June 14, 2019) at the Perot Theater in Texarkana, Texas.
Don't remember The Legend of Boggy Creek:
The Legend of Boggy Creek was conceived and directed by Arkansas native, Charles B. Pierce. The movie was released independently in 1972, where it initially played in sold-out theaters in the Arkansas and Louisiana areas. In 1973, it was picked up by …
Bizarro-Jr. No. 1 gets in trouble at school for giving the correct answers on exam questions, but sleep-carves a Mount Rushmore-style monument to famous movie monsters of Earth, flunks his art test with highest honors, and redeems the pride of the first Bizarro family.
1st printing. This comic book is in used condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has flaws that warrant a Fine grade. Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!
Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein.
"Bizarro's Amazing Buddies"
This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #289.
When parents on the Bizarro World rise up in protest against horrifying TV programs from Earth like Daniel Boone, Bizarro No. 1 goes to Earth to find some wholesome heroes worthy of being seen on children's programming, like the Abominable Snowman, the Frankenstein Monster, and the D…