The guys over at How It Should Have Ended have done it again. They think perhaps Looper should have ended differently than it did.
Also, there might be some other time-traveling guests in this epsiode.
TJ and Joseph before and After ‘The MovieByte Podcast’ Episode 20Listen Now
Boy we just love those giveaways don’t we? Here’s your chance to win and here’s is what you have to do.
We’re trying to get The MovieByte Podcast noticed and the best way to do that is to get ratings and reviews in the iTunes store.
So go to The MovieByte Podcast in the iTunes store, leave a review along with a 4 or 5 star rating (we’d love a 5 star, but if you give us a 4 star, we’ll enter you as well) and we’ll enter your name into the drawing for this DVD. The review doesn’t have to be long. We’d love it if you felt so good about our podcast that you left several…Read The Rest
Join TJ and Joseph for a conversation on the upcoming ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ and ‘Man of Steel’ trailers coming out with ‘The Hobbit’ - TJ is more excited about the ‘Star Trek’ trailer and Joseph is more excited about the ‘Man of Steel’ trailer - which leads to a discussion of ‘Production Video #9’ of the insane production schedule and things going on behind the scenes with ‘The Hobbit, then they turn their attention to Blockbuster getting in the magazine business, Miley Cyrus’ stupid looking ‘So Undercover’ trailer, Matthew Vaughn sort of confirmed for ‘Star Wars VII’, giveaway opportunities, and then the two main film topics, ‘Red Dawn’ and ‘Life of Pi’. TJ doesn’t like ‘Red Dawn’ very much and Joseph has mixed feelings about ‘Life of Pi’. Be sure to leave a review, along with a 4 or 5 star rating of the podcast on iTunes for a chance to win a Blu-ray copy of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’. At least ten entries are needed for the contest so be sure to tell your friends and ask folks to review.Listen Now
Okay film lovers, here’s the deal. You are still going to get a chance to win the TV. If you’ve entered, you are still entered and your name will still be drawn when the time comes.
But site owner and sponsor of the giveaway, Liberty Alliance, needs to get more entries into this contest. This giveaway, cool as it is and as much as we are excited to give away something so valuable, is about growing the readership of this site. So we have received the word to extend the contest through December.
So here is what you need to do. Tell your friends about the contest and get them to sign up,…Read The Rest
Remember the name Colin Trevorrow? We reported a while ago about him being the possible Star Wars: Episode VII helmer and now, after weeks and weeks of rumors, news is now out that he is not taking on Star Wars, but is instead taking on another beloved-nostalgic cinema classic – Flight of the Navigator.
According to Variety, director Colin Trevorrow and screenwriter Derek Connolly, who worked together on this year’s indie Safety Not Guaranteed, have been hired by Disney to (at least) co-rewrite the script for one of my personal childhood favorites.
Well that was one film I didn’t need…Read The Rest
If you’re a true cinema lover and are a millionaire, Prima Cinema may be the thing you’ve been waiting for. It is an elite movie service which brings cinema movies straight to the comfort of your own home. So if a new film were just released in the cinema today, instead of going to the cinema, you can watch it at home right now.
Uh huh. So how many smackaroos do you have to put down for this?
What’s the cost for all this? $20,000. The cost just doesn’t stop there though. You have to pay $500 each time you watch a new film too.
I’ll pass, thanks.
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We won’t actually see the Michael Bay-produced Ninja Turtles until 2014 or so, but in the meantime Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman is keeping the hype machine rolling by naming all sorts of other movies that Ninja Turtles will be like. Among the titles he’s previously name-checked are The Raid: Redemption, Fist of Legend, and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Now he’s also likening Ninja Turtles to The Avengers, in terms of “scope and roots origin.” Lord knows there’s a world of difference between emulating The Avengers and actually being as good as The Avengers, but…
Details of the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic have been revealed by its writer, Aaron Sorkin. Sorkin, who has previously penned the likes of The West Wing and The Social Network, has said that the film itself will centre around three scenes, set in real-time of 30 minutes each. The scenes themselves will be set backstage before three major Apple announcements. According to Newsweek CEO Baba Shetty, the three product launches featured in the film would be of the original Macintosh, NeXT and the iPod.
Who knows if this will be any good, but I’ll probably watch it.
We take a look at just some of the major sequences, including the opening train sequence and Bond’s shooting, the MI6 explosion, the Komodo dragon casino attack, the London Underground encounter, the final Scottish highlands scenes and the main titles.
I haven’t gotten to all of this yet, but it’s a lot of fun. Check it out!