No one watches a Halloween movie and thinks, “You know? I think Michael Myers is too deranged.” But if this deleted scene was kept in the recent movie, there’s a chance that could’ve happened. Gizmodo is excited, and a little bit terrified, to exclusively debut the scene.
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Ninety-seven episodes from the earliest eras of Doctor Who remain lost, after old BBC archival policies meant the original film copies were destroyed to save space. Slowly but surely, parts of that missing TV history are being recovered & and when they can't be, the BBC is turning to animation to bring them to life.
Most people think Searching is just a movie about John Cho looking for his missing daughter that takes places completely on a computer. That’s true, but it’s also an alien invasion movie. Kind of.
Of all the filming locations scattered around Los Angeles, one towers above them all. Literally. It’s Fox Plaza in Century City, better known by its fictional name “Nakatomi Plaza”, the setting of John McTiernan’s 1988 classic Die Hard.
The building can be viewed from all across Los Angeles and has changed surprisingly little in the 30 years since the film was released. How little has it changed? Well, to promote the 30th anniversary Blu-ray release of the film, Fox invited members of the press to take a Die Hard-specific tour of the building. And it. Was. Awesome.
If the Star Wars Rebels season 4 Blu-ray was only 15 minutes long, it would still be worth the purchase. That’s because the release (which has about seven hours of content, don’t worry) includes an incredible 15-minute featurette called “Forces of Rebellion”, which is just series executive producer Dave Filoni talking about the Force. And it’s wonderful.
In a few weeks’ time, the internet is going to suddenly be full of a whole lot more gifs of some of those epic fights from Avengers: Infinity War, because you’ll finally be able to watch it on Blu-ray or digital in the comfort of your own home. As always, it’s gonna be packed with extras.
T'Challa's father T'Chaka (played by father and son, John and Atandwa Kani) casts a long shadow over the events of Black Panther. Decisions the former Black Panther made have long-reaching repercussions for T'Challa's ascent to the throne — and two new deleted scenes from the home release show his role was nearly a little bigger.
The home media release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is jam-packed with goodies, many of which we've covered on the site already, such as Mark Hamill and Rian Johnson's different opinions on Luke Skywalker, the Captain Phasma deleted scene, and Johnson's motivations behind some of the film's bigger, more controversial moments. But there's a lot more.
It's been a few years since every classic Doctor Who story the BBC has (that hasn't gone missing) made it to a home DVD release. But now, it seems like the corporation is looking to give those releases an upgrade -- kicking off with a complete box set featuring the beloved Fourth Doctor's first appearances.
For many Star Wars fans, a moment almost as exciting as the actual film debut is when it gets a home release. That's when all the deleted scenes come out, adding colour and context to the story. In the case of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, there were a few moments left on the cutting room floor that seem pretty important (or at least interesting) in hindsight.
Few Marvel films have reimagined a character as radically as Thor: Ragnarok. Director Taika Waititi took the things fans already loved about the character, filtered them through a new visual palette and added more jokes than almost any other Marvel movie. The result is probably one of the most rewatchable films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Good news! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is getting a digital and Blu-ray release next month. Even better news: There are a ton of deleted scenes included, complete with commentary from director and resident explainer-in-chief, Rian Johnson.