British Artist Chris Barker has created a “Sgt. Pepper” themed tribute to all the beloved celebrities we’ve lost in 2016. Legends like David Bowie, Prince, Leon Russel and Glenn Frey grace the photo along with Carrie Fisher, Muhammad Ali, John Glenn and Nancy Reagan.
The relationship between reality and the fiction of superhero comics can be a slippery one. Obviously there are no space cops with magic rings in the real world, and radioactive spider bites would certainly have less exciting results. HERE are 16 of the most unexpected celebrity cameos in comics.
Entertainment Weekly today announced the coveted Friday night slot for the recently announced EW CapeTown Film Festival in Los Angeles. The inaugural film festival, in conjunction with American Cinematheque and sponsored by TNT’s Falling Skies, will bring a new print of John Carpenter’s 1981 futuristic sci-fi cult classic Escape from New York back to theContinue reading “Film Legend Kurt Russell to Make Rare Appearance At Capetown Film Festival On May 3rd For Q&A & Exclusive Screening of Escape From New York”
Digital strategist Scott Luptowski has created “Nicolas Cage Roulette,” a website that lets a viewer “stream a random Nicolas Cage movie on Netflix.” Users click one of two buttons (“All Movies” or “Action Movies”) and are prompted to log onto Netflix. Once there, a Cage movie starts streaming such as Raising Arizona or Face Off.Continue reading “Nicolas Cage Roulette”
Mila Kunis learns about “lad bombs” and football from nervous, unorthodox interviewer Chris Stark, and even finds a little time to discuss her latest movie, Oz, the Great and Powerful in this interview from the Scott Mills show on BBC Radio 1.