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Back in June of 1994, I traveled with my family to San Francisco to walk the busy strip of San Francisco California's Fisherman's Wharf. While there, I was fortunate enough to attend a Games of Tomorrow event where one of the earliest working virtual reality units was on display. Upon strapping on the headset, I was immediately taken by the world of VR and could not wait for the day
Not long ago we got word that Venom would finally be making his way to the big screen with Sony planning for an October 5, 2018 release. That’s not very far off considering the size of a project like that, plus with casting and a director needed to be found.
I've interviewed Jessica Chastain five times now, and she just keeps getting lovelier. On this occasion we talked about her stunning new film THE ZOOKEERPER'S WIFE, based on the international bestseller by Diane Ackerman. In the film, Chastain plays Antonina Zabinski, one half of a married pair of zookeepers who kept safe hundreds of Jews during the Nazi invasion of Poland in 1939.
Netflix may not be cranking out massive blockbusters on par with Disney, but they’re certainly becoming the studio for interesting, smaller films. One of the movies on horizon is the Bong Joon Ho effort, OKJA, about a young girl (An Seo Hyun) who goes off to find her lost pet – which happens to be a huge beast.
This week will be a good one for Spider-Man fans, I think. On Friday we got some neat new posters, and today a new teaser, with a full trailer tomorrow. But we know the Wall-Crawler (Tom Holland) pretty well, and who fans want to know more about is Michael Keaton’s villain, Vulture.
The Power Rangers cast would like to see a female Green Rangers in the sequel Fans of the Power Rangers film who stayed for the end credits scene know that there is likely an…
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