Nickelodeon hit the mark with this animated western, exceeding my expectations in overall story and bringing something refreshing to the respected genres. Westerns are in no way easy to deliver on anymore, but it seems that Hollywood is two for two with True Grit and now Rango. Not your usual western but a western regardless. Delivering fantastic animation with a superb voice cast, this film is a definite watch... for adults anyways.
While director Adam Shankman was letting the world know his excitement about the upcoming production of the 80s rock opera, he let slip another big name that will be added to the musical feature. Fans will now get to hear the 30 Rock actor lend his voice to the hits from the era of spandex and Aquanet.
Scientists, engineers and pilots in Southern California attached 300 helium filled balloons to a 16 x 16 ft house and took to the skies, soaring over 10,000 ft before being gently lowered to the ground as part of National Geographic's series How Hard Can It Be?
With Transformers: Dark of the Moon gaining more and more anticipation with each media item, the king of explosions sets the record straight about his last film in the franchise going so far as to call it "crap."
Bioware has unleashed a new trailer featuring the deadly bounty hunter class for the upcoming Massively Multiplayer Online Star Wars game, showing players they can finally be almost as cool as Boba Fett.
Hong Kong artist Dorothy Tang was commissioned to do some Star Wars inspired posters for the adidas Originals Concept Store in Taiwan. She came up with something wholly unique combining vintage Chinese film posters, iconic characters and her own creation: Shopping Baby.
Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed some info about Bomb Squad, one of the four competitive modes offered by SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs (also known as SOCOM: Special Forces in PAL regions), an action sequel under development at Zipper Interactive and due to be released by on April 19th, 2011, exclusively on PS3.
Green Lantern #63 followed suit with the previous issues by including more images from the upcoming movie; this time in the form of concept art of the planet Oa as well as pictures DC's Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Adam Shlagman on the film's set.
Marvel Comics has released advance preview pages for Captain America and the Secret Avengers #1, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick. The issue, part of the 70th Anniversary of Captain America celebration, hits stores March 30, 2011.