Though it may feel like there’s only one movie currently playing at the theater, there’s actually another. It’s a smaller, fantastic film named Anomalisa, a stop-motion puppet film written and co-directed by mad genius Charlie Kaufman, and here’s why you absolutely need to check it out.
New characters! New villains! Familiar faces! Real sets! Practical effects! If there’s one Comic-Con video you can’t miss, it’s this one!
We’re still reeling from the epic, book-bettering events of the latest episode of Game of Thrones. Want to see what went into the making of one of the coolest sequences on the show so far? HBO has released an awesome look behind the scenes at how they filmed “Hardhome.”
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Star Wars Celebration's exhibition floor reveals a whole heap of props, costumes and brand new Stromtroopers, in an exhibit dedicated to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Meet some brand new characters, including FlameTrooper, Desert Nomad, Junkyard Thug and the new face of the SnowTrooper.
Though I understand its problems, I still enjoyed the visual ride that was Interstellar. Still, the best thing about the movie might have been the TARS and CASE moving monolith robot machines. Here's a behind the scenes clip that shows how the practical effects of TARS and CASE were made and how they were controlled…
A massive gallery of behind-the-scenes Blade Runner slides has been uploaded to the internet, revealing a teeny, tiny world of space blimps and flying cars, all crafted with special care and beautiful attention to detail.
The 24th James Bond film's first official behind-the-scenes footage has just been tweeted by the official account. And it looks like we'll be getting the giant snow chase scene that is required of any Bond film that visits the Alps.
Although it just aired on the channel earlier today, HBO has put all of Game of Thrones Season 5: A Day in the Life up on the show's Youtube channel. It's a single day of filming for the show, spanning Croatia, Northern Ireland, and Spain. Spoilers, in the form of speculation, below.
Remember that strange Game of Thrones special called "A Day In A Life" that was announced in back in December? Well, the details have finally surfaced for this surprising GOT special.
In every field of expertise, there's information that's common knowledge inside of the field and anything but to the rest of us. Today, we want to know about the information from (or about) your job that would most surprise people to learn.
Take a deep dive into the sound design behind this year's Godzilla movie. The lengths this team went to was pretty spectacular. Including capturing that awful "hand-on-balloon" sound for the alien pulsing sounds, and recording with microphones that capture sounds above human hearing to make the creature's vocals. So…
Eyes On Cinema recently uploaded this nearly-six-minute video of soundless footage from filming in 1976. As the footage shows George Lucas, Mark Hamill, and Garrick Hagon (Biggs Darklighter) on the Tatooine set, it's not only set footage, it's set footage of a scene that got cut.
Holy Bat-ception, Batman! Apparently Batman Returns was going to originally feature this store - a merchandising shrine to all things Batman, based upon his shenanigans in the first Burton Batman film. Check out plenty more pictures after the cut!
David Lynch's Dune is hardly an ideal adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal work of science fiction, but the movie does have some truly striking visuals. And there's something magical at seeing Dune's strange models, creatures, and costumes come to life behind the scenes.
Whether you're a fan of film in general or BttF in specific, hearing special effects supervisor Kevin Pike explain how the movie's lengthy, one-take opening shot was made — and how many people were needed behind the scenes to make it — is fascinating. The work required for the dog food alone...
One thing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie had going for it was gigantic turtles. They were definitely giant, green turtle-esque looking monsters. And now watch the best scene from the entire movie (that was basically improved) get created.
You've seen brief glimpses of the shenanigans aboard the Starship Enterprise, but now get the whole space enchilada. The entire gag reel from Star Trek Into Darkness has been released and it is glorious. Behold the majesty!
Watching The Walking Dead, it can be easy to assume that the chaos of a zombie fight is just that — chaos. But here, stunt coordinator Monty Simons reveals not just how long it takes to choreograph these scenes, but how much effort goes into finding the best zombies, too. Pretty cool.
The Mos Eisley Cantina set is probably one of the most recognizable and beloved Star Wars settings. And now, thanks to an edited together rough cut video, you can experience what it probably felt like inside the Star Wars set while George Lucas was filming in 1976.