After introducing a whole bunch of neat cast members such as Patton Oswalt, Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, the Mystery Science 3000 has ended, raising a record-breaking $5.76 million dollars.
2014’s hit film, The Lego Movie, was destined for sequels. And those will be coming in a few years. But next year in January, you can see Wildstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny on the big screen–exclusively at Legolands everywhere.
And it's pretty goddamn good, too! Screen Junkies sat down with the actor/comedian, who explained his thorough and exceedingly clever plan for two sequels to M. Night Shyamalan's superhero movie, which starred Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson. I'd sure as hell watch them.
"Old/New" is a very well made, super cute short film about consumerism... we think. The message is a little blurred. However, it is narrated by Patton Oswalt and very funny so there ya go.
Agents of SHIELD has been steadily improving over its past few episodes, and here's a casting decision that makes me think the best is still to come: comedian and nerd extraordinaire Patton Oswalt will join the show as Agent Eric Koenig in an upcoming episode.
The premise isn't too original, but the idea of casting Seth Rogen, Patton Oswalt and Will Ferrell is 100% wonderful.
If you have ever seen a TED Talk, you need to watch Patton Oswalt's brutal takedown of them immediately.
Amazing Casting. Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt and Ian Roberts join the cast of The Kitchen Sink, a genre-spanning high-school comedy, set in a town where vampires are at the top of the pecking order, with humans in the middle and zombies at the bottom.
You've seen Patton Oswalt's amazing eight-minute Star Wars filibuster from Parks & Recreation. You've seen it (sort of) brought to life. Now here it is fully animated for your geeky pleasure.
Patton Oswalt has cooler toys than you. That's because the actor/comedian can commission them directly from action figure customizer Sillof, maker of Steampunk Justice League, Samurai Star Wars, and many, many more. Oswalt commissioned a "Star Wars meets the Road Warrior" line, and Sillof did not disappoint.
The totally improvised, 7 1/2 minute filibuster from an episode of NBC's Parks & Recreation last month, in which Patton Oswalt outlines his vision of Star Wars: Episode VII (with Marvel crossovers) could not possibly have been more perfect, could it? Well, yes, it could, actually ...
Dear Disney: Failure to film exactly what Patton Oswalt suggested in his epic Parks & Rec filibuster video will be considered irrefutable proof that you hate 1) money, 2) fans and 3) joy. I mean, look at this thing. Greatest. Movie. Ever.
Patton Oswalt makes an appearance in this Thursday's episode of Parks & Rec. But here's what you won't see — an 8-minute deleted scene of him filibustering a Pawnee town meeting by describing his plan for Star Wars: Episode VII, which involve not only involve Boba Fett and Lando hooking up with Leia, but the Avengers.
We've featured the incredible work of toy customizer Sillof before; he's best known for his incredible reimaginings of superhero and Star Wars figures in steampunk style, Roman, noir, samurai, and more. Which is probably why, when comedian Patton Oswalt decided he needed a set of Star Wars figures in the style of the…
Although we were unable to get Brad Bird as the director of the upcoming Star Wars sequel, he's clearly had the franchise on his mind. Apparently he was recently talking with Patton Oswalt, and told the comedian how he'd change the beginning of Return of the Jedi.
Patton Oswalt's Halloween dream was to transform into the villainous Doc Ock - but he only had four hours to do it. Mythbuster Adam Savage was more than happy to oblige, and he created a mind-blowing costume in record time. Watch Savage create Doc Ock from inside his lair, and gain inspiration for your own…
Yesterday's episodes of Futurama gave us an intentionally cliched battle of the sexes, followed by the ultimate tribute to Bender's world-destroying laziness. While neither episode was perfect, they provided a funny, thought-provoking, and wonderfully disturbing launch for the latest season.
This Wednesday, the incomparable Patton Oswalt delivers his secret history of Hoban "Wash" Washburne in Serenity: Float Out. Mister "I am a leaf on the wind. Watch how I soar" has deserved a formal send-off for years — about time.