When it comes to getting your hands on a signature superhero costume—one that people will remember you for—you’ve pretty much got three options. You can DIY it like a young Peter Parker, hire an emotionally-disturbed criminal to make you one like Daredevil, or you can request a meeting with Edna Mode.
With everything from Avengers: Infinity War and The Last Jedi footage to news about massive Disney theme park expansions, last weekend’s D23 Expo basically had it all. But there so many trailers, announcements, and reveals, it was hard to keep up with all the House of Mouse’s latest developments. Lucky for you, we’ve…
Ever since Disney and Pixar announced they’d be making The Incredibles 2, I’ve been obsessed with it. Partially that’s because I’m such a huge fan of Brad Bird’s original, pitch perfect superhero team/family film. But also it’s because I can’t figure out how the hell they’re going to make it work.
Forget the bright tropical landscapes and jokes; this recut trailer imagines The Incredibles as a Dark Knight-style film, focusing on scenes filled with shadows or fluorescent lighting—and milking every ounce of the movie's pathos.
What do you dress up as when you're already a superhero or a giant fuzzy monster? How about a crew of box office-busting superpowered movie stars? See several Pixar characters recast as members of the Avengers.
Science fiction and fantasy continue to rule at the movies — and with their reign comes a lot of nostalgia for the futuristic designs of yesteryear. Today's movies are full of cool retro design elements — just check out our collection to nods to the pasts in new and upcoming movies, from Prometheus, Men In Black 3, to …
Pixar Animation Studios has been responsible for some of the most iconic and best-loved movie characters of the past two decades. As a tribute to these characters and their creators, Australia-based designer Wonchan Lee crafted the impressive series of understated posters you see here.
Unable to wait for a sequel to The Incredibles for one minute longer, the talented artist Edwin Rhemrev took it upon himself to make his own Incredibles 2 artwork. And the result is very impressive. It's so glorious we almost wish this was actual Pixar concept art, and not just one fan's dedication to a great movie.
The title says it all, one video compilation of all the Pixar theme songs played with out interruption. Wait until they hit Wall-E it will make your heart melt. Officially titled, "Chaz Dela Cruz's Multi-Instrument Pixar Medley."
Kick-Ass wasn't a box-office sensation, but it may have helped superhero films break out of their same old boring mold, the Guardian suggests. Here are eight other superhero films that Hollywood can study, which helped avoid the same old cliches.
As you get set to give dad another crappy tie or singing, wall-mounted bass, we're looking at the most caring — and the most callously destructive — father figures in movies, comics, and TV.
Whether it's homage or insanity, the best way to skate over tons of movie backstory is with newspaper clippings, on a wall. We've collected the best and the worst of this cliché, so you can decide: worthless, or worth it?
It's a strange week of new releases when the best thing may be a prose novel, but Peter & Max isn't just any prose novel... Also, old(er) school Spider-Mans and alien-horsehead Thors abound in this week's comics we crave.
Most fans of science fiction and comic books just want to enjoy their hobby in peace, or maybe one day don a costume and save the world. But every now and then, a fan turns to the Dark Side instead.
Was this week's release of the first trailer for The Last Airbender - more than a year before the movie's release - too little too soon? At what point does a trailer risk boring an audience ahead of the movie?
If Marvel really goes ahead with its plan to put out four movies per year, and other studios follow, we could see a million cookie-cutter superhero origin stories. Make it stop! Or better yet, copy these eight mold-breaking superhero films.
This week's comics are all about the Boom! By that, I don't mean that they're more explosive than usual, just that one particular publisher is bringing the goods, while everyone else slacks off a little.
Looking at all the Incredibles concept art that Pixar illustrator/art director Lou Romano just posted on his blog, I can't help hoping we get an Incredibles 2 eventually. It's pretty much the only movie whose sequel I would go see no matter what. Not least because it's the proof that a smart take on superheroes…