What Went Wrong In The Force Awakens Pitch Meeting

Our latest original video offers up a comedic take on what really happened in the first pitch meeting for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. As you know, a few years after the underwhelming fan response to the prequel trilogy, George Lucas sold the rights to the franchise to Disney, who then laid out plans for a new film series that would serve as sequels to Lucas’ first three efforts in the galaxy far, far away. The stakes were understandably high, but thankfully, Episode 7 proved to be a return to form for the beloved franchise. Debuting to glowing reviews, TFA smashed box office records left and right on its way to a $2+ billion haul. It set the series back on the right path and proved that Disney was a worthy home for the franchise. Basically, it did everything fans hoped it would do and more.

The Star Wars fandom may well be the …

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Skyfall Originally Featured a Much Different Story & Ending

Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfal

The James Bond movie Skyfall almost had a much different storyline and an ending that killed a major character in a shocking way. The third Daniel Craig Bond film, and 23rd Bond overall, remains a divisive series entry five years after its release. Many praise the film for bringing new life to the 007 franchise, but others think it simply strayed too far from the formula. The movie’s success can’t be argued, as Skyfall grossed $1.19 billion worldwide.

The Bond franchise, a warhorse by the early ’00s, was in dire straits after the cartoony excesses of the lamentable Pierce Brosnan era. Enter Craig and Martin Campbell, who brought new grittiness to …

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15 Kids’ Movie Scenes That Should Have Been Rated R

When watching a kids’ movie there are certain expectations. There might be singing, there might be some important lesson to be imparted and there will probably be a lot of bright and colorful sequences.

Yet every so often there’s a moment that sticks out in a kids’ movie, that’s completely shocking and surprising. These are moments that are so “adult,” that it almost seems as if they were inserted from another much more mature film.

It’s not these moments shouldn’t exist or be included in the movies. It’s not even to suggest that their life-changing or damaging for the kids watching them. However, they do end up …

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Fans Start Online Petition to Protest Wonder Woman’s Golden Globes Snub

Patty Jenkins Talks About Thor 2

Fans of this year’s superhero blockbuster Wonder Woman have started an online petition to include director Patty Jenkins in the nominations for Best Director at the Golden Globes. When the nominations for the 2018 Golden Globes were announced a couple days ago, people were shocked to see Wonder Woman snubbed from awards considering the profound impact the beloved film had on audiences and critics.

The DC Comics film tells the story of Diana (Gal Gadot) from the Amazon island of Themyscira and how she becomes the iconic Wonder Woman after leaving her homeland with American pilot Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) to …

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16 Dark Secrets About The Making Of Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad is undeniably one of the greatest TV shows ever made. It features some of the most inventive writing, shooting and acting ever seen on television. Over the course of its 5 seasons the show won; 16 Emmy Awards, 6 Critic’s Choice Awards, and 2 Golden Globes. But not everything went smoothly while the show was being made. The show was shot largely on location, in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico, at a cost of over $3 million per episode. It was a trying project for many members of the cast and crew, and, according to show creator Vince Gilligan, …

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