Since the 1960’s Batman movie, superhero films have taken a turn for the realistic. With such successful films as this year’s “X-Men: First Class,” and “Captain America: The First Avenger,” it would only seem that audiences can’t get enough of… Full Story
Word’s out that MGM’s remake of “Red Dawn” has finally found its feature calling via FilmDistrict – who is “reportedly making a deal to release the film” sometime in 2012, as reported by the LA Times. Featuring Chris Hemsworth, Isabel… Full Story
How does one make a modern day robotic walker similar to the Imperial AT-AT Walker from George Lucas’ Star Wars? Well technically, this isn’t that impossible of a task. A robotics expert at HRL Laboratories in Malibu, California had stated… Full Story
Acclaimed Hollywood filmmaker, producer, and director Steven Spielberg has recently announced to the public that he will begin shooting his film about Abraham Lincoln in Virginia very soon. His project starring Daniel Day-Lewis has ben in development for many years.… Full Story
Lucasfilm Ltd.’s headquarters are located in San Francisco, California and although it’s a great tourist spot, it’s not because of the building. In front of the building is a landmark of small proportions: the master of the force, Yoda.
Although… Full Story
Congressman Peter King is claiming that Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal are receiving classified information while working on their new movie. Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal, of Oscar-winning “The Hurt Locker” fame, are working on a new movie about the… Full Story
Military buffs often complain about the accuracy of depictions in military films, but soon they may not have anything to complain about. During a moderated panel at the Comic Con International Convention in San Diego, representatives from the U.S. Army,… Full Story
Kal Penn, best known for his acting career on shows such as “24″ and “House” as well as the “Harold and Kumar” movies, has just recently left his White House job.
The actor put his career on hold to work… Full Story
George Lucas’ latest project is one that may surprise his fans. It departs from his most famous film franchises, Star Wars and Indiana Jones, and addresses a significant part of American history that is often left out of the movies.… Full Story
The first African-American naval aviator in U.S. History has recently been honored at an event in Washington, D.C. Ensign Jesse L. Brown enlisted in the Naval Reserve in 1946 and in 1947 was made a Midshipman while studying at Ohio… Full Story