Is Lucasfilm really planning a trilogy of films based around Obi-Wan Kenobi? Even more Civil War rumors tease a new Hulk, and whom Martin Freeman’s playing. Plus, our first look at the final Hunger Games film, Game of Thrones speculation, and what’s to come on The Messengers and Wayward Pines. Spoilers Get!
The greatest love story of the 20th Century is getting a live-action movie adaptation, and now it almost has a director form the Furious 7 and Insidious director James Wan.
Greetings, my fine, feathered something starting with "F"! Much like you guys in distant 2015, we celebrate April Fools' Day here in my post-apocalyptic future. Of course, nowadays "celebrate" means "murder anyone caught making crap up", but I'm pretty sure this tradition has its origin in your time...
Well, that was fast. It was just this February when we heard that the issues keeping a live-action Robotech moviefrom happening had been ironed out. And now, not only has Sony snapped up that project, they've announced plans for a whole franchise of Robotech movies.
Ah, Giant Robots. Who doesn't love giant mechanical creations stomping around and kicking butt? Over the years there have been many badass robots and mechs that have wormed their way into our hearts, but some are just especially great. So here are our picks for the 10 greatest giant robots, ranked.
Greetings, all! The village shaman claims another crab-wolf attack is imminent, so I've rushed through reading your letters in order that my wisdom might guide you in the upcoming week. First bit of wisdom: Try to find a job that doesn't cause you to regularly encounter crab-wolves.
A few new hints about Domhnall Gleeson's The Force Awakens character emerge. Gotham casts a new villain, and for once, it's not a character from the comics. Plus, Agent Carter's showrunners talk Peggy's love life post-Steve Rogers, and our first look at Ian McKellen in action as Sherlock Holmes. Huzzah for Spoilers!
The film industry is once again trying to adapt some classic Japanese works for today's audiences. On deck are a group of Warner Bros. based producers for Robotech and Australia's Animal Logic Entertainment for Astro Boy.
Greetings, my beloved stamp-scavengers! Today I bring you a Hot Take on the lack of The Winds of Winter, why Bruce Wayne isn't worried about an heir, and how Star Wars would be different if Luke Skywalker had been a narc for the Empire. It's marginally more fun than being stung by a giant, irradiated scorpion!
Robotech is one of the most-beloved cartoons of the '80s and a pillar of American anime fandom, yet it can barely make a sequel to save its life. It's not for a lack of trying; owner Harmony Gold has tried to produce new Robotech TV series and movies for decades with almost no success.
Today at Anime Expo 2014, Harmony Gold announced their plans to bring back classic 80s anime Robotech via Kickstarter.
Take a closer look at the workings of androids, cyborgs, and giant mechanical beasts with this collection of technical—but fictional—illustrations. Everyone from the lowliest droid to the most murderous Termintor breaks down to hydraulics and wire.
These beautiful compendiums are must-buys for Walking Dead fans, and the perfect way for those new to the series, or even to the medium, to jump in. At only $25/piece, no reason to hesitate in adding these to your collection.
It's been over two years, but the folks behind Argentina's fantastic-looking Robotech fan flick have finally released more than a trailer. The first 10 minutes have just been posted; there are no subtitles, unfortunately, but who needs subtitles when there are Veritechs and Zentraedi Battle Pods running around?
Literary types often regard Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita as the greatest love story of the 20th century. They're close, but it's actually the '80s cartoon series Robotech.
Robotech consumed our childhoods. In a lot of ways, it created the American anime industry as we know it. But some people find the show's complex origins baffling, as well as what makes it so unique and important. So here's everything you should know about Robotech — and why.
Oh, there're some cartoons and anime releases this week, but don't be fooled — crappy movies rule this week's DVD and Blu-ray release list. Some are old, some are new, but they're all terrible. Thank goodness we begin with some professional help — courtesy of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 folks.
THR says that commercial director Nic Mathieu is in talks with Warner Bros. to direct the long-gestating (in-development-hell) live-action Robotech film. It would be the first positive movement the film has had in forever, except that: 1) Nic Mathieu's IMDB page is completely empty, so goodness knows how he'll handle…
I've been following a group of very talented Argentinians working on a live-action/CG-hybrid Robotech movie for years now, because 1) given the nightmare that is the Robotech/Macross legal rights situation, a fan flick is pretty much our only chance to see a live-action Macross saga and 2) their film, Valkyrie…
Literary types often regard Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita as the greatest love story of the 20th century. They're close, but it's actually the ‘80s cartoon series Robotech - specifically, it's the Macross section of Robotech, based on the 1982 anime Super Dimension Fortress Macross, the first of the three Japanese…