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Source: SyFy | Posted By: Dan Geer


SyFy’s new hit TV show Alphas is gearing up for its second Season, which premieres July 23rd at 10/9c, and it is expected to be even bigger and better than anything fans experienced in Season 1. The latest press release for the show boasts a great roster of new and returning guest stars slated to make appearances during the new season, including Sean Astin (The Goonies, The Lord of the Rings) and Summer Glau (Firefly, Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles).

For those unfamiliar with Alphas, it is a science-fiction television series that follows five people with superhuman abilities, known as “Alphas,” who work together to prevent crimes committed by other Alphas. Hit the jump for a sneak preview of the upcoming Season 2 premiere, as well as a trailer, key art, and the Season 2 press release!

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Source: Entertainment Weekly |


Warner Brothers and MGM have revealed an incredible banner over at Entertainment Weekly featuring 10 scenes from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s book will recognize that the scenes move from left to right in chronological order, most likely hinting at how much of the story will be included in the film (the story will continue on in next year’s The Hobbit: There and Back Again).

The above screen shot is not the entire banner. Hit the jump to view the full banner with more images of the dwarves, Galadriel, Elrond, Bilbo, Gollum, and even the character of Beorn (for those not in the know, it’s the bear). Check it out now!

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Source: Collider | Posted By: Dan Geer

Oz the great and powerful slice

Tidbits for Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful have been scarce as of late, but things are now starting to kick into gear for The Wizard of Oz prequel, due to the film’s upcoming preview panel at San Diego Comic-Con. While we can be quite confident that a teaser trailer for the Sam Raimi-directed film will hit theaters some time in the near future, today Disney has debuted the first teaser poster for the film to hold us over until then.

Most of the time, teaser posters really aren’t anything special, but this particular one actually stands out and is quite artistic to say the least. It really gives us a good glimpse into the eye-popping fantasy world we have yet to fully experience in the film – just enough to keep us intrigued. Hit the jump to read the official synopsis of the film and to see the teaser poster in full!

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Source: | Posted By: Dan Geer

Real Steel Poster Crop 02

A couple of weeks ago, an awesome full-length trailer for director Shawn Levy‘s Real Steel made its way online. Now, a new teaser poster has been revealed over at, which obviously doesn’t show much, but is really cool nonetheless and definitely worth a look. Hit the jump to check it out!

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Source: One Cool Thing a Day | Official Star Wars Blog | Posted By: Dan Geer

Hoth Battle NYCImage from One Cool Thing a Day

Since the “Blizzard of 2011” seems to be the hot topic in today’s news, it seemed fitting to post artist Colin McGreal‘s great Star Wars-themed photos of a blizzard, apparently from some time last year, depicting various “Hoth” scenes set in real world New York City. These are really cool. Check ’em out below!

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Source: Daily Mail | Cinematical | Posted By: Dan Geer

Blockbuster Quiz

This fun “Blockbuster Quiz” image from Daily Mail has been making its way around the web and it seemed like a fun little activity to feature here as well (that, and there’s not a whole lot of newsworthy stories to post at the moment). The image contains visual clues for 50 different movie titles, some of which are actually quite difficult to figure out. How many movie titles can you name? Hit the jump to try it out!

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Source: LocateTV | Posted By: Dan Geer

Christmastime is officially here, which means it is time to sit down with friends and family and watch our favorite Christmas movies. Well, how about a little movie trivia to go along with them?

LocateTV has created a fun Christmas infographic that contains some interesting trivia tidbits for movies such as How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Home Alone, Elf and more! Did you know that when Jim Carrey played the Grinch that he actually consulted a Navy Seal to learn techniques for resisting torture so that he could deal with the feeling of confinement in his latex skin? Neither did I. Read on for more!

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Source: Marvel Studios | Troublemaker Studios | Posted By: Dan Geer


Right before the teaser trailer for Marvel‘s Thor was released, the first official poster for the film was unveiled to the public. While it’s a pretty cool, shadowy-looking poster, I actually found it to be quite similar to a little poster by Troublemaker Studios for another film that was released this past July. Take a look at the poster comparison after the jump!

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Source: Back To Frank Black | Posted By: Dan Geer


Back in July, PCM posted an article about a movie poster art contest from the guys over at Back To Frank Black to help get people interested in the possibility of a movie based on the TV series Millennium, which aired for three years but was canceled in 1999 before the show could properly resolve its storyline.

Millennium actors Lance Henriksen and Klea Scott, along with The X-Files/Millennium music composer Mark Snow, hopped on board as judges to pick the top three winners, who received various prizes such as the Millennium Complete Series DVD boxed set. Check out the video Back To Frank Black posted announcing the winners after the jump!

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Source: The X-Files 3 in 2012 | Posted By: Dan Geer


The X-Files 3 in 2012 is a Facebook page that was created by fans of The X-Files to show support for a third theatrical film in 2012. Basically, they post images from various episodes, create fan discussion and gather as many fans as possible to raise awareness that X-Philes will not stop campaigning for a third film until it gets made. As a fan myself, I must agree with the cause.

Anyhow, they recently posted a really cool collection of magazine ads for the show, as well as the two movies. Most of these ads I had not seen before, and they pretty much have them for almost every episode. Many of them are really well done. Hit the jump to reminisce!

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