Movies: Disney has announced that it will release Edgar Wright's live action Ant-Man movie on Nov. 6, 2015.
Tech: Engadget goes hands-on with the new Wacom Cintiq 24HD touch and offers its impressions of the latest high end art tool.
Art: Berk Senturk imagines the Justice League (and other
Okay, so Marvel hasn't released the test footage that Edgar Wright shot for his Ant-Man movie yet -- although they've teased that it's a possibility -- but that doesn't mean that we have to stay entirely ignorant about what it looked like, especially now that a fan who has seen the footage has released his own animatic for what was seen on screen.
While there's a lot of gossip and potential news about Marvel's 2014 movie plans to be announced at San Diego Comic-Con next month, there might be an entirely different, potentially better, reason for Marvel movie fans to make their way to the show. Just think smal
It's been talked about for years now, but as The Avengers decimates box office records around the world, is Edgar Wright offering another hint that we should expect the cinematic debut of Marvel's Smallest Hero of all before too long?With The Avengers having such a strong opening weekend in US theaters, Wright - perhaps best known for Shawn of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, the movies he co-wrote and directed with Simon Pegg, but someone who'll always have a special place in my heart for his amazing adaptation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim a couple of years ago -- offered the following to his Twitter followers on Saturday morning:
Sure, it looks like an IKEA manual version of Spider-Man's origin, but any Marvel fan worth their salt would recognize the Ant-
Here about a year outside the Summer of Scott Pilgrim, most fans have settled their Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Blu-ray comfortably into their collections by now. Don't get too cozy, though, because T-Pain and Chris Brown's Scott Pilgrim homage-tastic new video for their "Best Love Song" collaboration is going to have you popping it right back into your player. Director Edgar Wright Tw
The reliably amazing The Art of the Title blog has published an uncommonly in-depth feature on the opening credits of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. Directed by Edgar Wright and created by design/animation outfit Shynola, the sequence is just the first in a memorable series of seamless mash-ups of graphic
From a Slimer with boobs to a "The Killing Joke" Barbara Gordon flashing her batarangs, we've been pretty resoundingly scarred by the often-insane "geek burlesque" trend. In the case of the Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, however, a raunchy battle between evil ex Roxy Richter and Ramona Flowers seems plausible enough... if you're into slash fiction.Posted by Yo
It's not like there was any doubt before, but it can't hurt to say again that the best/craziest Scott Pilgrim fans are those from Toronto, the setting of Bryan Lee O'Malley's canonized indie comics opus. Locatio