Meet the Cast of ‘Ant-Man’

"Let's get small." (Obligatory Steve Martin reference.)
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Marvel’s twelfth feature film, ‘Ant-Man,’ opened Friday; the studio held a press conference on Saturday, June 27, at which the cast discussed the film and answered questions from the audience. Paul Rudd also answered somebody’s phone. Continue reading

Stack Overflow: Movie Magic

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One of my favorite things about movies is exploring how they were made. Even a mediocre film can be fascinating when you find out what went into its production, and I love getting a peek behind the curtain. Here’s a collection of books about creating movie magic. Continue reading

Lucasfilm Drops Magical ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Reel and App at SDCC

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Last night marked the long awaited return of ‘Star Wars’ to San Diego Comic Con, and Lucasfilm didn’t disappoint, presenting incredible behind the scenes footage, a new app and an exclusive concert for all of Hall H. Continue reading

‘The Iron Giant Signature Edition’ Coming to Theaters

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Though it was a box office failure, ‘The Iron Giant’ is an oft lauded fan favorite. Who doesn’t love a good giant robot and boy friendship film? This fall, ‘The Iron Giant Signature Edition’ will be making a brief appearance in select theaters. Continue reading

Hey You Geeks #45: Casting a Young Han Solo

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This week on Hey You Geeks, we’re putting our casting director hats on to make our picks for the actors we’d most like to see play a young Han Solo in the just announced Han Solo anthology film to be directed by Christopher Miller and Phil Lord. Continue reading

11 Geeky Choices for Independence Day Video Entertainment

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It’s Independence Day in the United States of America, so patriotism is in the air. In case you feel that the urge to be patriotic conflicts with your usual urge to be geeky, we’re here to help.
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Sharing Classic Films With Your Kids

'Frankenstein': Traumatizing children for 84 years.

A lot of geeky media includes references to older, less-geeky media. It’s not enough to just show our kids the geek standards; they need to see the films that the geek standards are referencing. So I started compiling a list of classic films that I think kids ought to see. Continue reading

The Magic Returns With ‘The Last Unicorn’

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The 1982 Rankin-Bass film ‘The Last Unicorn’ is a classic of ’80s animation, and the new Blu-ray version (dubbed “The Enchanted Edition”) is simply gorgeous. Presented in stunning 1080p and in 5.1 surround sound, this Blu-ray edition obviously surpasses previous DVD releases. Continue reading