Fire and ice. The final season of Game of Thrones begins this April. Check out the very impressionistic teaser below.
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‘When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die,’ – Cersi.
HBO has announced that the final season of Game of Thrones will premiere in April, 2019.
In support of that launch, the network has released a teaser trailer that looks at key moments in the lives of its characters – decisions that have lead them to the final season.
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Gordon Dunn is found dead shortly after he unveils his latest invention – a machine that can extract, record and play back a person’s memories.
No long after that, a mysterious man appears, steals the machine and sets out to find out who killed Dunn.
Rememory stars Peter Dinklage and the mysterious man, Julia Ormond as Carolyn Dunn and Martin Donovan as Dunn. It premieres free, for a limited time, on GooglePlay on August 24th, and in theaters on September 8th.
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Tyrion knowing things and drinking; a warning from Davos; Jamie standing up to the Sparrow, Cersei setting up Tommen; The Girl getting a second chance (but not a third); strong Sansa and Tyrion, again, facing a dragon.
The new trailer for season six of Game of Thrones touches on a number of characters and situations – but never quite long enough to give anything important away. It teases us with just enough to hook us. Would that all trailers were so artful.
Check it out after the break. Season six of Game of Thrones premieres on HBO on Sunday, April 24th (9/8C).
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Somehow, aliens misinterpreted an attempt at communication that depicted, among other things, several video games, as a declaration of war. They created Godzilla-sized versions of those videogames and sent them off to destroy the Earth.
On July 24th, the fate of the Earth will be in the hands of a group of ’80s videogame champions. Check out the new trailer for Pixels after the jump.
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Over the past 30 years Red Nose Day has been the #1 television fundraising event in the U.K. raising money and awareness for children in need. Thursday May 21st at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC in a star-studded three-hour event it’s crossing the pond to take over America!
Recently I sat down with funny man Jack Black to discuss his involvement with the Red Nose Day event and what he learned through his trip to Uganda where he experienced first hand the dire conditions many families are struggling to survive in. Along with Jack we spoke with Oscar nominee and Emmy Award-winning writer-director-producer Richard Curtis (“Four Weddings and a Funeral,” “Bridget Jones Diary,” “Notting Hill”) who created Red Nose Day back in 1985 to shed light on the devastating effects poverty has on children and their families and hopefully lead the way to make a positive change.
Full interview after the jump!
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The Earth is being invaded – by actual space Invaders. Also Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and more – so the US President (Kevin James) drafts his old buddy, master video game player Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler), to help save the world.
Pixels is directed by Chris Columbus, so it shouldn’t be the usual Adam Sandler goof. It opens on July 24th. Check out the new trailer following the jump.
Continue reading This Is No Game Trailer: Pixels!
Judging from the key art for Game of Thrones, Season Five, there are dragons in Tyrion Lannister’s future. Follow the jump to check out the full piece.
Game of Thrones returns to HBO on Sunday, April 12th (9/8C).
Continue reading Game of Thrones Key Promises: Here Be Dragons!
HBO has unleashed the gag reel (or at least a portion thereof) from Game of Thrones: Season Four upon the internet to tease the home video release. Check it out after the jump.
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Take the rosters of the first X-Men trilogy and X-Men: First Class and stick them in a movie and, you’d think, the result would be an overstuffed mess. You’d be wrong. Simon Kinberg’s script for X-Men: Days of Future Past takes the storyline from the fan favorite comics, rejigs them a tad and creates a far sleeker story than you would expect for a 131-minute movie. Then Bryan Singer takes that script and translates it into a movie where you actually care about the characters – plus fights and explosions and stuff!
Continue reading X-Men: Days of Future Past – Mindbending Adventure With Soul!