Is the birth of Bane hidden in Tom Hardy's Star Trek: Nemesis screen…

Before Tom Hardy was the exuberant Bane, he was but a clone of Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis. A recently unearthed screen test of Hardy and Patrick Stewart going toe-to-toe shows the early beginnings of the would-be Bat-villain (and the early, elaborate accents). Confession time: we kind of like the screen… » 7/31/12 7:10am 7/31/12 7:10am

Why McG's new romcom is secretly a Star Trek movie

Today is Valentine's Day, a holiday which commemorates the armistice between global cacao manufacturers and the prophylactic industry after their centuries-long shadow war. To capitalize on this day of demure remembrance, the popcorn-industrial complex has released This Means War, a new motion picture event by… » 2/14/12 12:40pm 2/14/12 12:40pm

What Did Diane Duane Think Of Star Trek: Nemesis?

Novelist Diane Duane » 9/23/08 1:40pm 9/23/08 1:40pm took 's Romulans and gave them a fully fleshed out culture beyond "they're Vulcans who turned into Romans somehow." Her Rihannsu books gave the pointy-eared warriors a complex backstory and a believable world. So we were dying to ask her what she made of the last Trek film, , with its cartoony…

Finally, A Video Game Movie For Smart People

Dystopian-future video game Bioshock will soon be a movie from Universal Studios, directed by Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean). Finally, a video game movie that has a chance at holding the audience's attention. According to Variety, this is the biggest video game-to-movie-deal since the abortive Halo film. At… » 5/09/08 8:40am 5/09/08 8:40am