Why millions of fans have felt a great disturbance in the Force.
You better watch out.
After you pick up your Wookie Cookbook, shampoo with R2D2!Convention season is upon us. San Diego Comic Con, where comic book companies and movie studies give fans just enough of a taste of upcoming releases to elicit a collective geekgasm, concluded yesterday. Next month, Lucasfilm is holding th ... More >>
Jeffrey Katzenberg's cure-all for an ailing movie economy, in all three dimensions
More proof that Brave Combo's nothing to polk fun at (sorry): The band has been nominated for an "Annie" award, which claims to be the highest honor in animation, for the use of its "William Tell Overture" take as the theme for the PBS animated series As The Wrench Turns. In the "Music in an An ... More >>
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