There couldn’t be a better movie franchise to talk about the making of than Sonic the Hedgehog, and I’m sure you all know why. We like to think that it’s nothing short of a miracle that the live action sonic franchise has the life, energy, and support that it does today considering its comeback from what can be considered one of the biggest film setbacks of all time. Moral of the story is don’t cross that line into the uncanny valley folks, listen to the fans and that’s all you need to profit. With the second film right around the corner it’s the perfect time to dive into the behind the scenes of sonic 2 and its predecessor! In this video we look at the making of the Sonic films. And yes, there will be clips of that first design, so viewers discretion is advised. ... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Spider-Man No Way Home was the ultimate collaboration between three generations of wall crawlers, weaving an intricate web between Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland. Doctor Strange’s botched spell introduced a Multiverse of Madness with classic villains coming into the Marvel Cinematic Universe like The Green Goblin and Sandman... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Pixar is widely known for hiding fun little easter eggs in every one of their films, Turning Red, which released on Disney+ on March 11th is no different. Directed by Domee Shi, it includes so many references and easter eggs to past, present and future Pixar films/shorts, it is very easy to miss them. From bathroom stall stickers in the background to the very end credit graphics, you have to pay attention to very small details to catch them all.
If you missed them, have no fear, we are here to showcase some of the biggest Pixar easter eggs in Turning Red.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Ah time travel. It’s that thing we both are pretty sure can’t happen but also, theoretically, it totally can. Except that it can’t. One argument is that if time travel existed, we’d already know. There was even a group of MIT students that hosted a party for time travelers to give them a fixed point to converge, but as far as we know the party was a bust. Regardless, we can’t resist the allure to rewrite the past or fast forward to the future. The problem always arises is what happens when something in the past is changed. Can you kill your own grandfather and then cease to exist, or is there some sort of multiverse where that one change creates an entirely new timeline. Except the scientific multiverse is about a specific particle zigging when perhaps it should have zagged creating new reality, but number of instances where that change wouldn’t effect anything means there would be an almost infinite amount of identical universes with no perceptible change. Unless ‘time travel’ is actually just you running around all those parallel realities. Now the actor from Deadpool has to team up with the actor for Gamora to slip back in time to tell the actor who plays Bruce Banner to not invent time travel after all, bringing with it the same old Causality Loops. Are you one to fix the logic of time travel or do you subscribe to the philosophy from Rubber and you shouldn’t worry about it? Let us know in the comments and while you’re there be sure to like and subscribe for the latest videos.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Easter eggs are nothing new to Pixar, and the company includes dozens of them in its movies but have you ever wondered where all these magical locations are based on? Pixar loves to give the nod to real life places all the time and we’re going to show you 15 of them including some other little easter eggs you might have missed. All Pixar characters are believed to live in the same universe and we love to spot them out. Whether it be the Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle school in Soul, or the Grand Lake Theater in UP or the TTC in the new Pixar flick Turning Red Pixar’s movies feature dozens of Easter eggs that portray real-life places. Essentially all characters from Pixar live in the same universe and there are definitely some Easter eggs that are inspired by real-world locations. It is harder to find some Easter eggs than others but here are 15 times Pixar referenced real life places in movies.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
No other type of adaptation is so reliant on loo as the comic book movie. Yes Scott, we would prefer yellow spandex you apple polisher. The tug of war between comic book accurate and not something that will look six kinds of ridiculous on camera has been a tough one, right up there with making the superpowers look legit, But once you believed a man could fly, next step is you want to make them look the part. One character that really can’t do the whole ‘alternate look’ thing is your friendly neighborhood Spider-man. Stan Lee always celebrated one of the charms of Spider-man, that once the costume is on, we’re all the ones underneath it. In a world that was dominated by millionaires and the like, even the big science brain of Peter Parker found him selling stealth selfies to get by. Getting the look right is a key part of bringing the wall crawler to life on the big screen. Not only that but ol’ web head has one of the best rogues galleries this side of Batman. Some of those characters are great on screen and some need a little bit of adjustment. Just how much and in what direction can be tricky. Everything could be going right except for a frozen expression helmet or blue CGI skin and the whole illusion is thrown off. Between getting the look right and getting the powers right, it’s a tricky and key part of bringing Spidey to live action. What’s your favorite suit? Let is know in the comments and be sure to like and subscribe for the latest content.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
If there’s one thing we can be sure about in life is that nostalgia sells movie tickets, and we have another case of this with Ryan Reynolds’ latest ‘The Adam Project’ which is packed full of 80s movie references and nostalgia (although I should say it sells Netflix subscriptions instead of movie tickets in this case as it went straight to the streaming platform, but you get what I mean). But not only is it a nostalgia fest with quick quips and jokes slung out by the movie’s star, but it also has a great deal of heart and some emotional scenes that hit you deep in the feels. But, because we don’t want to be sobbing through this video, we are going to take a look at the nostalgia and the movie references that appear throughout the course of The Adam Project.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!