Lately, every movie seems to be a sequel or reboot — but it doesn't stop there. Because the movie industry is increasingly dependent on creating franchises, we're seeing some bastardized forms, that are just designed to keep franchises alive. Here are six newfangled types of movies that we're already tired of.
It's all been leading up to this. Hundreds of pages, or hours, of buildup, leading up to the final confrontation between the forces of excellent and the forces of not-excellent. And then... it's kind of a bust. The bad guys kind of fold. Or the fight lasts 30 seconds. Or it's just thumb-wrestling. Here are the most…
I've made no secret for my love of the Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece line of collectible figurines in the past. So, when I discovered that they were having an exhibition event in Tokyo, I immediately set about finding some way to go.
While Nintendo managed to lose a cool $290 million USD this past quarter (for very good reasons), its one-time rival Sega actually managed to have a showing in the black.
Wonder why James Rhodes looks different between the first Iron Man movie and the second? Allow Pokemon to explain. As seen on Fork Party (click through for full version).
These incredible Iron Man and War Machine sneakers aren't some fanciful Photoshop mock-ups. They exist, are going on sale, and actually light up.
In 2008, Anthony Le set out to do something very important: Build a suit from Iron Man.
The last thing you want to do when critics are calling your movie tie-in game one of the worst titles of 2010 is release a playable demo for the Xbox 360, yet here we are.
Sega's movie tie-in for Iron Man 2 can't possibly be worse than its movie tie-in for the first Iron Man film, can it?
Collectible company Hot Toys wasn't going to let an Iron Man 2 license go by without at least one figure based on the film's aesthetic highlight: Scarlett Johansson in a tight, tight jumpsuit.
Iron Man was cool. I like to think it was the world's first rock n' roll superhero movie, one so confident in its performances and style that it could afford a little swagger. Iron Man 2 does not swagger.
Uncanny, or funcanny? This cinematic intro for Sega's Iron Man 2 captures the wit and warmth of the movie franchise quite nicely, even if the characters do look a little creepy.
Iron Man 2 is coming to theaters next week, but he's making a pit stop in Europe's PlayStation Home this Thursday, with the service's first movie-themed mini-game and your chance to win your own set of virtual Iron Man armor.
The video game version of Iron Man 2 ships alongside the movie next month. Sega Studios San Francisco, the team that developed that video game, is no more as of today.
Olivia Munn, host of television program Attack of the Show! and Playboy covergirl, was slated to appear in forthcoming Hollywood film Iron Man 2. Then she ended up on the editing room floor.
Sound-alikes be damned! Renowned actors Don Cheadle and Samuel L. Jackson bring a little class to Sega's Iron Man 2: The Videogame, signing on to lend their voices to their in-game counterparts.
Sega's Iron Man: The Movie video game was not a well-reviewed piece of interactive entertainment. When someone from Sega show you the sequel, they admit this. In theory it should be easy to explain how Iron Man 2 is better.
Sega is quite aware that the first Iron Man video game it published wasn't too warmly received by critics, something the developers of the second game based on the Jon Favreau films are trying to address.
The House of Ideas had an idea to take a few of its bullpen best and turn them into Sackboys. At today's "The Next Generation of Marvel Video Games" panel, three new heroic LittleBigPlanet costumes were revealed.