Archive for July 5, 2012
For some television programs, figuring out the timeline between seasons can sometimes be tricky. Many shows use the gap from one season’s end to the next as a means to jump forward in time, and better facilitate the telling of the new season’s storyline. It’s been used time and again – recently in Dexter and will again be seen in the upcoming third season of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. However, with Breaking Bad, creator Vince Gilligan has played the series’ timeline without jumping around too much, and from what is shown in the above clip, season 5 definitely kicks off very soon after the events that brought season 4 to a close.
Yet again, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) is forced to feign ignorance in order to distance Walt Jr. (RJ Mitte) from the alter-ego that has not only skyrocketed him ...
Click to continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’ Season 5 Premiere Clip: What Happened?
If you you’ve seen The Amazing Spider-Man by now, you know that one of the lingering mysteries (of the handful left dangling) has to do with a certain scene that occurred midway through the end credits.We had the chance to break that scene down with director Marc Webb at the Amazing Spider-Man press junket, discuss theories about the shadowy villain that appeared in it, and what possible implications it has for Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Needless to say, if you haven’t seen the film, the topic we’re going to discuss is filled with SPOILERS - so maybe you want to just head over to our Amazing Spider-Man review to get an impression of the movie as a whole. If you have seen the Spider-Man reboot for ...
Click to continue reading Marc Webb Discusses ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Mid-Credits Scene & Mystery Villain
[UPDATE: Check Out a New Dark Knight Rises IMAX Poster!]
With Amazing Spider-Man (read our review) now in theaters, the only big superhero movie left on the 2012 docket is The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan’s epic finale to the Dark Knight trilogy, which will see Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) come out of Batman retirement to face the terroristic threat of Bane (Tom Hardy), with costumed thief Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) stuck in the middle.
The final lef of the Dark Knight Rises promotional campaign has bombarded us with new trailers, tv spots, viral materials, and even fun facts like the movie’s running time being just shy of 3 hours (over half of that time being dedicated to some epic action sequences). Now we’re getting some of the finer details, with looks at the costumes that will be worn in the film – as well as a Bane-inspired ...
Click to continue reading ‘Dark Knight Rises’: Costume Images, Graffiti & IMAX Posters, Bat TV Spot
Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web for you. Today you’ll find some Captain America cakes; how Nerdist does Star Wars; a look at the real-life version of Tony Stark; and the economic breakdown of Bruce Wayne and Peter Parker. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
To kick things off we have a very cool info graphic sent to us by Katherine Long depicting a real life version of Tony Stark. Pretty interesting, check it out below!
Elon Musk: The Real Life Iron Man
Created by: OnlineGraduatePrograms.com
Thanks to SR reader Katherine Long for sharing!
Click to continue reading SR Geek Picks: Batman vs. Spider-Man Tax Report, Nerdist Star Wars, Real-Life Iron Man & More!
There are but two weeks left until The Dark Knight Rises swoops into theaters, and expectations are riding high (higher?) as ever for Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy finale. Fans have good reason to be psyched for the film, just based on such factors as the latest in Bat-technology, massive runtime, and gargantuan amount of IMAX spectacle featured (plus, four years of buildup, obviously).
We’ve rounded up the latest TDKR material circulating the Interwebz, including: a compilation of preview clips from Hans Zimmer’s soundtrack (it runs just over 14 minutes total); the new official plot synopsis – and production notes, which offer insight on a variety of topics concerning the film.
Zimmer’s Dark Knight Rises score revisits certain leitmotifs featured throughout the first two installments in Nolan’s Batman trilogy, while also (at times) recalling his ...
Click to continue reading ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Soundtrack Preview, Synopsis, & Production Notes