HP’s Spectre 13 is a mixture of innovation and repetition. Its singular obsession is a familiar one: make a laptop as thin as functionally possible. The result is a luxe machine worthy of your attention—but not necessarily your money.
Daniel Craig has been vocal about wanting to walk away from the James Bond franchise for a while now, and it’s looking likely that Tom Hiddleston will be the next 007.
These days, creators struggle to keep the details of their upcoming movies and TV shows from leaking on the internet, so they can preserve their big surprises. And this leads to some pretty feeble attempts at misdirection, with cast and crew vehemently denying what everybody already knows. Sometimes, it works.…
One of our favorite Windows machines from last year was HP’s incredibly limber Spectre x360, a 13-inch laptop that could backflip into a tablet. Now HP’s expanding on the idea, literally, with an all new 15-inch Spectre just announced at CES in Las Vegas.
The James Bond franchise is entertaining and lucrative, but it’s not a very good way to learn about anatomy. That’s the conclusion of a neurosurgeon, who noticed that Spectre, the latest film in the franchise, fails rather spectacularly in its depiction of practical neurosurgery.
The opening sequence of the latest James Bond movie Spectre involves explosions, a chase scene, a well tailored suit and a fight scene inside a totally insane helicopter ride. This behind the scenes footage shows how batshit some of those tricks and maneuvers were. The helicopter purposely dives itself into a group of…
It’s Screenwriting 101. When you’re taking a beloved character, who’s lasted decades or even centuries with a simple, streamlined origin, the first thing you do is add something terrible to his or her childhood. Because why would you ever want to preserve the character’s classic simplicity?
Spectre, the latest James Bond movie, had everything it needed to work. Including the decision to cast the usually amazing Christoph Waltz as its main villain. Too bad some unfortunate choices turned Waltz’s villain into one of the film’s main liabilities instead. Spoilers ahead...
James Bond movies are generally ridiculous, although they run the gamut from Casino Royale to Moonraker. Spectre, the new one that’s out today, is definitely one of the more ridiculous of the bunch—but holds itself with a kind of overly grim dignity, like a teenage executioner. The good news? The action sequences are…
Spectre is already doing very well in Mr. Bond’s home country. THR is reporting that the movie has broken a bunch of records in the UK following a successful release. It’s the biggest seven-day opening in the UK ever with $68 million in ticket sales, and the largest opening to boot, showing at 2,500 screens.
Zack Snyder discusses what he wanted for Batman in Batman v Superman. Tom Holland discusses the influence of Spider-Men past on his performance in Civil War. Get a taste of Constantine’s arrival on Arrow. Plus, a ton of clips from SPECTRE, and looking ahead to Doctor Who and Walking Dead. So Many Spoilers!
When the new James Bond movie Spectre debuts next month, it’ll join a select club—movies that have gone way over budget. And when you look at history, there are a lot of sad cautionary tales about films that spent way too much. Here are 13 movies that went disastrously over budget.
Amy Adams hints at her favorite scene in Batman v Superman. The Power Rangers film has its Red Ranger. Chris Carter discusses how Mulder and Scully’s son factors into the X-Files revival. Plus, Rufus Hound has a surprising goal for his Doctor Who character, and a familiar face returns to Twin Peaks. Spoilers Get!
Get a load of Alien 5’s new pulse rifle! Kathleen Kennedy says it’s inevitable a woman will direct a Star Wars film. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters will return... on TV. Plus, Agents of SHIELD casts a mysterious new character, and new clips from tomorrow’s Doctor Who. Spoilers!
A crazy new Star Wars theory explains why Finn knows how to use a lightsaber. Arrow’s producers say their latest twist isn’t a fake-out. Christoph Waltz is sick of being linked to Blofeld in SPECTRE. Plus, confirmation of a Game of Thrones character’s return, and a brief look at The X-Files. Spoilers Now!
I cannot imagine a better media campaign for an upcoming film than having the star repeatedly talk about how tired he is, how little he cares about the next film, and how he’ll only do it again for the money. Daniel Craig is the best possible salesman for Spectre.
George Miller says he already has scripts for two Mad Max films. A legendary artist is designing Star Wars: Episode VIII. Felicity will be funnier in Arrow season four. Fear The Walking Dead will never cross over with the main series. Plus, teasers for Doctor Who and iZombie. So Many Spoilers!
We’re just about a month away from the newest James Bond film, Spectre, and Sony figured we could use one more trailer to raise our collective excitement just a little higher. It worked.
Ridley Scott says that Alien: Paradise Lost will have ties to Ellen Ripley. Chris Evans reveals what brings Captain America and Iron Man to blows in Civil War. Plus our first look at the last Resident Evil movie, new clips from Agents of SHIELD, and what’s ahead on The Walking Dead. Spoilers Now!
The Spectre may not be one of DC’s most iconic superhero characters, but he’s certainly one of their oldest, having been around for 76 years. Over those decades he’s gone through some changes and revamps, but in this week’s Gotham By Midnight, Jim Corrigan has been overhauled in a major, legacy-defining manner.