Fifteen years ago, superhero movies were dead. Batman and Robin had all but killed them. We were two years away from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, five from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and eight from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So when audiences sat down for Unbreakable, no one was ready.
Earlier this week, we learned that Apple's Touch ID could be used in third party apps with iOS 8, paving the way to make your fingerprint a universal password. On a seemingly unrelated note, we also discovered a concept cigarette designed to help you quit smoking. And suddenly, it seemed apparent. We're living in The…
Do you ever watch DVDs with the commentary on? Probably not that often! But Rian Johnson, director of the movie Looper, is assuming that you do, and that you want to listen to the special one he recorded and posted to Soundcloud the second time you see his movie. The second time you see it in the theater, that is.
Action movie legend Bruce Willis is apparently eyeing up a legal battle in order to guarantee that he can pass his massive iTunes library onto his children when he dies.
In the timeless masterpiece Armageddon, by auteur Michael Bay, Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck were sent into space to blow up an asteroid headed straight for Earth. Now, in real life, scientists are going to do the same thing.
Twentieth Century Fox is expected to announce today that the DVD of Live Free or Die Hard will include a special version for computers and select media players so consumers can enjoy Bruce every which way they choose. It's out November 20. [i4u]