Happy Birthday, Bruce Boxleitner!

Disney had some surprises in store for members of the press during their junket for the new animated series “TRON: Uprising” on Saturday, but the studio had one surprise for TRON himself, star Bruce Boxleitner. As the day wound down, a TRON birthday cake was wheeled out to commemorate the actor’s 62nd birthday (or would […]

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Tenacious D Find A New Roadie

The Roadie with Danny McBride from TenaciousD Tenacious D search for a new roadie when they find one of the most amazing Roadies that has ever toured the roads (Danny McBride). The new album “Rize of the Fenix” is available everywhere May 15.

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‘Cabin In The Woods’ Do-It-Yourself Soundtrack

While most of the entire planet has been spending the last three days geekin’ out over Joss Whedon’s AVENGERS, I’ve still been nursing the awe from the Whedon co-scripted CABIN IN THE WOODS. The Drew Goddard-directed film is a modern masterpiece — one that should be seen as blind as possible going in, and one […]

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“Weird Al” Yankovic on ‘The Aquabats! Super Show!’

By now you don’t need to be told how insanely fun “The Aquabats! Super Show!” is. You know that already. Duh. What you may NOT know is that the band’s next Saturday morning adventure has a few fun guest stars. In the ninth episode, “Pilgrim Boy!”, The Aquabats befriend a shape-shifting Pilgrim Boy while Detroit […]

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‘Treasures of The Walt Disney Archives’ Exhibit Coming To LA

“Treasures of The Walt Disney Archives,” which encompasses more than 500 historic artifacts from nearly nine decades of Disney history, opens at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum in Simi Valley, CA on July 6 and will remain through through April 2013. Among the items to be featured are the original script, written by […]

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Titanic 100

Titanic went down 100 years ago today. James Cameron resisted pulling a Lucas and going in and changing up stuff for the spiffy new 3D version (except for providing a more accurate star field) – but that didn’t stop him and his crew from creating a new simulation of how the ship went down, and […]

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Whether You’re Drivin Yourself or CABIN It To The Theater, You Should Be IN THE WOODS In A Few Hours…

Every once and a while a film comes out of nowhere and melts your mind to the point you can do nothing for the next week but replay it in your head. All I can say is, clear your schedule for the next week, everyone. You’re about to become very busy come midnight tonight. And […]

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30+ Years Later, Richard Elfman Is Taking Us Back Into The Forbidden Zone

For many, Rocky Horror Picture Show is their go to midnight delight. For me, it’s always been Richard Elfman’s trip into the 6th dimension. Forbidden Zone cannot be described. It just needs to be experienced. Preferably on the big screen during one of its many midnight showing across the country with a large packed house. […]

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The FULL-SIZE STARSHIP ENTERPRISE In Vegas That Never Was

Most who travel to Las Vegas spend their time on The Strip, never venturing downtown to what is now known as “The Freemont Street Experience.” And while it is kitchy fun that should not be missed (The Plaza hotel stands at the top of it, better known as “Biff’s Pleasure Palace” from “Back to the […]

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THE GEEKLY INTERVIEW: Christian Jacobs – The M.C. Bat Commander Himself – Talks ‘The Aquabats! Super Show!’

Christian Jacobs may very well be responsible for bringing the hit series Yo Gabba Gabba! into our lives, but, far before that children’s television sensation transcended the genre and entertained millions of kids of all ages, Jacobs was behind another property that did the same… The Aquabats! have been rocking out while protecting the world […]

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The Return of THE D!

Tenacious D is back with a new album, “Rize of the Fenix,” releasing on 5/15 and a new video…

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Are You Ready For April Stooge Day?

To celebrate the release of the new movie, “The Three Stooges,” Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California has named April 1st – April Stooge Day. Park visitors are encouraged to dress like Larry, Moe or Curly, and let their inner Stooge loose! The first 500 Stooges to arrive will gain early access and exclusive […]

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Out Of The Garbage And Into Your Heart… Again!

THE GARBAGE PAILS KIDS came “out of the garbage and into your heart” back in 1987, and then straight back into the garbage, unfortunately. While some, like me, appreciated the odd film as a cinematic masterpiece on a level all its own (I proudly have the poster hanging on my wall) — the rest of […]

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Special AVENGERS 3D Specs at AMC Theatres!

To celebrate the May 4th release of the summer’s most anticipated film – Marvel’s THE AVENGERS – RealD & Marvel have teamed to release a set of four character themed RealD 3D glasses. Featuring designs for Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain America, beginning in the month of April fans at will be able to […]

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Grauman’s Chinese Theatre 25-Cent Admish To The Classics

ABC.com reports that The amazing Grauman’s Chinese Theatre is planning to offer 25-cent admission on select days in honor of the theater’s 85th birthday. On Mondays, starting April 2, admission to the theater will only cost a quarter. That’s the same as it was on opening day in 1927. On those Mondays, Grauman’s will show […]

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The Book of Mormon Announces Second Free Fan Performance in June

PLAYBILL.com — Producers of the Tony-winning hit The Book of Mormon have announced plans to offer a second free fan performance for the June 6 matinee at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre. It marks the second time The Book of Mormon producers and company have thanked the hundreds of fans who wait outside the theatre on […]

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Phew. OK. I Can Sleep Now. BOOK OF MORMON Main Cast Stays Through Feb ’13!

This past December, during my third viewing of Trey & Matt & Bobby’s THE BOOK OF MORMON, I had a moment of sadness. It was at the end of the show, during one of its funniest and most crowd-pleasing moments. While the audience applauded, I stood there thinking to myself this could be the last […]

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‘Party Down’ Movie Is A Go!

THR – After being canceled in 2010 and having hints of a film continuation dropped by series star Adam Scott, Megan Mullally confirmed the project was moving forward while addressing reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. “I will be doing the Party Down movie,” she said. “John [Enbom] is writing it right […]

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What INDY 4 Could’ve Been…

Author David Hughes continues his quest to tell the stories behind film projects that never were. His newest venture, “Tales from Development Hell” has just that — and Film School Rejects debuted an excerpt from the chapter on Frank Darabont’s “Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods” screenplay. Click HERE to read all about […]

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Menken’s Broadway Threesome

Alan Menken’s music for Disney movies has won him eight Academy Awards, more than any one alive. CBS discusses the composer’s work for movies and theater, including an excerpt of one of three of his upcoming Broadway musicals, “Leap of Faith.”

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