Thursday is here again on a fully loaded Daily Spill. Korey and Cyrus catch up on Spillio questions, watch the latest trending trailers and talk about the Deadpool movie, the 'Murder, She Wrote' reboot and much more!
Now that all the summer events are finished we get back to our normal routine on episode 71. On this ACTION PACKED show we go over how a Deadpool movie (that will probably never get made) should be done, we read all of the spoiling bastards comments, Lehew tells people to petition for TPO to see a movie that was never made in his mind, we go over the not so bad box office, talk about upcoming blu-ray releases and trailer talk with 2…
On Episode 68 (THE MOST PHENOMENAL PODCAST EVER) we bring you some comments, the return of Chucky, a little bit on Ryan Reynolds, box office talk, blu-ray releases, and trailer talk with a piece of shi…um I mean Grown Ups 2. Enjoy! …
A slower week for news doesn’t slow down The Plot Hole because as you know we always keep digging. As such we get energized and peeved in turn with our Damn You, Hell Yes! segment where we’ll cover everything from Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar to some developments on the long-time-coming Deadpool film.
There was also some interesting tidbits that came out of this year’s WonderCon, specifically Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and we’ll chat all about…
Green Lantern is without a doubt one of the most anticipated films of next year. Fans are buzzing about every image that releases on the web (including crappy posters that don't really show anything, like the one above). It was heavily featured at SDCC, although Marvel definitely won that battle. So yes, people are exited. But that has nothing to do with whether or not it's going to…
I'm reviewing the wresting game with the character creator, the story creator, the move set creator, and a whole bunch of other needless but fun creators... is the title correct?
Anyway, let's start off with the good of this game:
The customization. Dear. God. It's like being a fat kid in a candy store for people like me who love to create characters in games. I re-created the most awesome character ever (From about 5 years ago in another wrestling game), PinkasaurausRex, my… Continue
Added by Charlie Dirkx on November 1, 2009 at 7:16pm —
Let me just start off saying i loved the first MUA. The character roster was diverse and satisfying , the story was interesting and all characters multiple cool moves (about 10 per character) and 4 costumes.
Now we come to MUA2 (set during Civil War). I was really looking foreword to this but the more I find out about it, the more I start to doubt. Lets start off with the roster.
Presently all but 2 characters have been revealed and its looking, well a little… Continue
Added by Ilmena on July 30, 2009 at 12:30pm —
After reading this article I had to comment about it and why some of this excites me and some doesn't.
Josh Fine said "We're really pushing to make this the greatest decade of Marvel Animation you've ever seen," which is kinda cool since I felt that out of all the things that Marvel Animation brought out, "The…Continue
According to /Film (in turn from the Hollywood Reporter), that headline is true. Let me repeat: Ryan Reynolds is Hal Jordan.
While the deal isn't yet finalized, the man currently known as Sandra Bullock's green card and Deadpool is indeed the final choice for the (approximately) $150 million production of the famous DC Comics character. The other three contenders for the role (who each received screen tests along with Reynolds) were Jared Leto, The…Continue
Well, Variety is reporting that Ryan Reynolds has landed the job of Hal Jordan aka Green Lantern and I must say...I feel empty
I have been a fan of Ryan Reynolds since I saw him in Just Friends. I thought he was hilarious and after seeing some of his other works he actually became my top choice for Wally West aka The Flash.
But even though I am a fan, this recent news leaves me kind of uneasy for some reasons
I think the main reason why I'm… Continue
before we start this off i think i'll let it be known that i LOVED X-men Origins: Wolverine. i loved seeing wolverine in a different light because quite frankly (despite him being one of my favorite characters) I've never been able to give a rats arse about him. as a child when i read the X-men i looked at them as a team, as each individual making something bigger and more important than themselves, so seeing the wolverine hype thats taken over the world for the past near decade has been… Continue
The X-men Origins : Wolverine movie has been out for a while now, easily enough time for a bunch of Fans to create clever videos, images, and other cool stuff. Today on Brock's Fan Theater we're going to look at a few of the things X-men Fan's have created to show their thoughts on the movie, and some issues they had with it.
First of this funny video that a fellow member showed… Continue
After watching the wolverine movie, I hated what they did to my favorite Merc with the Mouth, but I saw the end credits scene with Deadpool and began to wonder...what would a Deadpool spin off be like?
WELL, HERE'S MY IDEA...
After failing to kill Wolverine, Deadpool is considered a failure. Deadpool is taken to where all the failed experiments of William Stryker go which is a large prison (think… Continue
I finally got to see Wolverine, but I'll save my opinion on it for later.
By now, everyone has picked up on the synopsis, but for the slow ones, here it is.
Logan (Wolverine) and his brother, Victor Creed, a.k.a. Sabretooth, are born in nineteenth century Canada, and immigrate their way to America and fight in every major war until Vietnam, where they are arrested and sentenced to death for killing a superior officer. After they survive… Continue
God damn it, FOX. Once again, you've proven your mastery over horse-feces and bastardizing franchises knows no bounds.
X-men Origins: Wolverine is all about the star of the past X-men films, Wolverine...what? Oh, that's cute. You thought the other X-men were the stars as well? That's adorable. Anyway, they're about the origin of Wolverine who starts his young life seeing his father murdered and running away with his brother to… Continue