Earlier this year, Google revamped its search engine on mobile devices, adding tabs for “the most common and relevant subtopics” to the top of results. Search for, say, The Grinch, on your phone, and you might see a suggested tab listing upcoming showtimes. Or, until yesterday, one called “fanfiction” that surfaced…
Minions sit next to Guy Fieri atop my list of uncool things I’m not supposed to like that I’m actually an enormous fan of. A team of scientists must have heard my call: Science NEEDS more minions.
Parents out there are no doubt excited to hear that Despicable Me is back this summer. Gru and his minions have returned for the series’ third installment, and the first trailer really seems to be playing to the 30-plus crowd.
The Navy is developing a new diving helmet fitted with something called Divers Augmented Vision Display (DAVD). It’s essentially a fancy underwater HUD. But really, the whole setup basically looks like a high tech Minion costume.
Summer movie season is based on the premise that filmmakers know what the public wants. Big production budgets feed into big marketing campaigns feed into blockbuster success—unless they don’t, through some failure of hit-movie theory or practice. The 2015 season produced some notable surprises (Mad Max) along with…
Minions is kind of a critic-proof movie. You pretty much already know what you’re getting from this film: one and a half hours of those walking twinkies from the Despicable Me Movies. Amusing antics! Nonsensical babble! Contrived situations! It feels like a direct-to-DVD movie, but it’ll make a billion dollars.
Parents are outraged about the new Minions-themed Happy Meal toys at McDonalds. How could anyone be upset by those cute little guys from the new Despicable Me movie? Well, one of them appears to say “What the fuck?!” repeatedly.
Nothing screams patriotism like blowing shit up with firecrackers, amirite? And with the new Minion movie almost upon us, it seems only appropriate that this 4th of July, we see what happens when you strap an explosive to one of these adorable little dude’s backs.
The biggest movie explosion of the year is almost upon us. This year’s summer movies include superheroes, post-apocalyptic warriors, dinosaur bikers, and some strange and wonderful fantasies. Here are 28 movies to watch out for this summer.
It’s been three years since Pantone, self-declared arbiter of visible light, has declared a new color. But after 36 months of hard toil, the research team has emerged from the lab with the latest addition: Pantone Minion Yellow.
Have Marvel and Sony found their new Spider-Man? Could an Avenger fall in Age of Ultron? Neill Blomkamp talks about his Alien movie. The next Star Wars may begin with a crash landing. Plus, what's next on Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and more. Rejoice, for there are spoilers!
A long-running Game of Thrones rumor is seemingly quashed for good. Plus, we may already know who's playing Star Trek 3's villain. John Wesley Shipp talks about the difference between the Flash shows old and new. And a classic Star Wars villain is coming to Rebels. Hi-yo, Spoilers, away!
While the first Minions trailer delved into the centuries-long hunt by the adorable yellow creatures for a purpose, this new one gives a better look at the story of the Despicable Me prequel. It involves the Minions visiting the Villain-Con and going home with world-famous evil person Scarlet Overkill (Sandra Bullock).
Check out new Avengers: Age of Ultron pics. Another geek icon joins AKA Jessica Jones. Freddie Prinze Jr. talks about Star Wars: Rebels' second season. Plus glimpses of Inside Out, Seventh Son, Minions and Person of Interest, and what's next for Sleepy Hollow, Once Upon a Time and Defiance. Behold, Spoilers!
Final data isn't in, but it looks as though overall U.S. box office was down in 2014 from 2013 — although the major studios still made over $10 billion domestically. Most significantly, the number of tickets sold dropped 6 percent, to the lowest amount since 1995.
If you wondered where Despicable Me's minions came from, what their motivations are, or their history, then this trailer has all your answers. Extra points for the whole thing being presented like a nature documentary, by the way. We would totally watch that.
The stars of both franchises are working at it. Jared Leto could step into Will Smith's shoes. Everyone's favorite character will return for Heroes Reborn. Gotham promises go deep into the comics with its references. Plus a ton of Transformers: Age of Extinction information. Spoilers now!
Rumors add not one, but two women to Star Wars Episode VII's cast. There are posters for Arnold Schwarzenegger's King Conan and the Despicable Me spinoff about the Minons. Doctor Who gets another guest star. Arrow promotes someone to series regular. And, most importantly, the Hulk gets stretchy pants. Spoilers now!