Though the film is still in production, last week Comic-Con got the first official glimpse at Bryan Singer’s X-Men Apocalypse. And while that footage isn’t online yet, the first official photos now are, including Oscar Isaac as the tyrannical title villain Apocalypse.
I can't think of another comic book movie character to have more "first looks" than the Vision. We've had blurred posters, concept art, promotional art, teasers in behind the scenes footage, and the briefest of looks in the trailers. But this might be the first time we've seen the full character, in the android-flesh.
Not like we're staring for hours or anything. But this animated cover, where the Doctor's sonic screwdriver glows, is weirdly hypnotic. This is just one of two new covers from Entertainment Weekly. Check out the other below.
It's official, according to Entertainment Weekly's Mark Harris: television is better than movies now. We're in the middle of a summer of by-the-numbers movies, while TV is blazing new trails. Too bad science fiction rules the movies instead of TV.
That's right, aging, future-minded denizens of the 50s, video magazines are here! Almost. Come fall, Entertainment Weekly will feature the world's first video-screen-in-a-page advertisement, to sell you some TV shows.
It's the argument that quite literally some people are talking about: Are superhero movies responsible for the death of the high-quality summer blockbuster? You may be scratching your head, wondering when the last high-quality summer blockbuster wasn't a superhero movie. (First person to say Independence Day gets…
Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross received a note from woman who was happily engaged and ready to get married to her fianc and spend the rest of their lives together until one month her fiance went on a little binge. No, not drinking or gambling, but iTunes purchasing. He racked up an $8,000 iTunes bill in one month.…