While fan are still eagerly waiting for the Lego Batman Movie and Knight Rider sets arriving next week, Lego Dimensions gives us a peek at the Goonies, Lego City and Harry Potter packs that’ll be showing up three months later.
As Lego Dimensions, the video game that mashes up all of your favorite pop-culture franchises, moves into its second year, the toymaker is pulling out all the stops when it comes to introducing new characters, worlds, and vehicles. If you thought you could give your credit card a rest after the first series, you’re so…
Like many of us, Ready Player One author Ernie Cline is a disciple of Steven Spielberg. If you grew up in the Eighties or Nineties, his films were your everything, which is why they’re so important in the Ready Player One book. But they won’t be in the movie.
If you think the posters Mondo releases are cool, wait until you see the ones they can’t. For every poster that makes it to print, several alternate versions are canceled, for a slew of different reasons. Once a year, Mondo pulls back the curtain on its most beautiful failures.
At 4:30am Saturday morning, I walked into the parking lot of the Holiday Inn hotel in Austin, Texas and sat down behind a line of 150 other people. By 10am, triple that amount would be in line. Why the crowd? We were waiting to buy the latest posters from Mondo.
Will fans ever get to see a sequel to The Goonies? Probably not. We do know the film’s writer is struggling with the idea, as is director Richard Donner. However, in a new interview, Donner reveals The Goonies is on its way to becoming a unique, immersive stage experience.
Can you believe that in just a week The Goonies is going to be 30 years old? To help commemorate the film’s anniversary there’s actually going to be a celebration in Astoria, Oregon, in early June, where you can also buy these adorable stuffed (and officially licensed) versions of Chunk and Sloth from Gordos Plush.
Richard Donner's classic swearing-children flick The Goonies turns 25 tomorrow. To commemorate its release, here's the deleted scene in which Data defeats a giant octopus with an über-modern cassette player. Enjoy.
Masi Oka's character on Heroes has dispensed so much conventional wisdom about heroism, it gives the entire audience nosebleeds. But now Oka is set to show us the true nature of heroism: via a story about massively multiplayer online games.