Sometimes, the best films are the ones with the simplest concepts. For instance, “just 100 minutes of Keanu Reeves beating the pus out of Russian gangsters” turned out to be a premise worth its weight in gold, as if cinema has never really needed more than Keanu in an all-black suit delivering beatdown after beatdown. In 2014, John Wick effortlessly reminded audiences of how competent, how brutal, how downright fun action cinema could and should be, and the studios responded in kind with news of a sequel. But all dogs would do well to watch their little doggy backs in the months to come, because Wick’s got more than a movie on the horizon.
Digital Comics: Just three weeks into its digital initiative, Dark Horse Comics has hit 70,000 comic downloads.
Movies: Keanu Reeves has passed on a live action Akira role. Fankind thanks you, Keanu.
Viralness: Warner Bros. has launched "Infinite Oath," a new Green Lantern movie promo that gives participants the power to record and upload their own GL Corps oath to the official GL movi
Figure of the Day has launched, offering Groupon-like daily deals on action figures and toys. I may have to restrain myself...
Political Cartoons: The University of New Mexico's The Daily Lobo apologized for running a satirical image of President Obama holding the severed head of Osama bin Laden in the fashion of The Lion King's Rafiki holding newborn Simba after protests by offended stud