On a tropical island inhabited only by flightless birds, Red (Jason Sudeikis) stands out in more ways than one. The entire island lives in relative comfort and perfect harmony. The few malcontents are sentenced to mandatory anger management classes, led by the nauseatingly perky Matilda (Maya Rudolph). While delivering a cake to a chicks birthday party, Red arrives late and can’t control his temper when the recipient refuses to pay for the order, due to Red’s tardiness. The altercation lands Red in anger management class. This is where we meet other characters like Chuck (Josh Gad) a mischievous yellow speedster. Bomb, a round black bird with a short fuse who, when angered physically explodes. Lastly there’s Terence (Sean Penn). Terence is the same type of bird as Red (apparently unrelated), but many times larger and only speaks with a short grunt or a long grunt. No one knows of the horrors committed to land Terence in anger management and it’s probably best that it remains that way. One fateful day the island is visited by its first visitors ever: a ship full of wayward pigs from Piggy Island. The Birds welcome their new friends into the flock, except for the skeptical Red, who questions the omelette loving visitors’ goodwill.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is ambitious, maybe even too ambitious. The direct sequel to X-Men: First Class, Days of Future Past also ties into the original X-Men trilogy from the early 2000’s. For some of you comes the harsh realization that X Men: The Last Stand (2006) actually happened. Deal with it. On paper the dual story line, time traveling double sequel for two series six years apart, will confound the unfamiliar. For the X fanboy and fangirl, Days of Future Past is the movie fans have been longing to see.
Sound the horns and prepare thyself for a most glorious tale of battling knights, spell-casting wizards, fair maidens and one blood-thirsty demon from the netherworld in KNIGHTS OF BADASSOM. Starring Peter Dinklage (“Game of Thrones”, THE STATION AGENT), Steve Zahn (“Treme”, DALLAS BUYERS CLUB), Ryan Kwanten (“True Blood”, DEAD SILENCE) and Summer Glau (“Arrow”, “Terminator: Continue reading “Prepare Thyself! KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM Arrives On BD/DVD On April 1st!”
Today Bryan Singer gives us a first look at actor Patrick Stewart, who will be reprising his role as Professor x, in the Continue reading “DAYS OF FUTURE PAST Director Reveals Professor X & Production Start”
HBO has announced the renewal of Game of Thrones for its third season.
The Emmy Winning show returns this April with all new episodes. Game of Thrones was a hit on HBO and this season proves to be even more interesting as new cast members are added and chaos continues. We’ve got all the information you want to know about this season!
Today, the nominations for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Awards were given out.