behind the scenes
I’m running a bit behind this week in getting another massive LEGO set built and reviewed (still a lot of video to shoot), but I thought you might like this behind the scenes look at the build.
On Sunday in London’s Trafalgar Square was taken over by the Wonder Woman movie and redressed as the first ever Armistice Day celebration on November 11th, 1918. Two separate videos have emerged from the scene showing Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and actress Lucy Davis in addition to a slough of extras in period costumes. This is the most behind-the-scenes video footage that has come out of the Wonder Woman camp so far and the time period lines up with all the stills that have been seen so far. Wonder Woman hits theaters on June 23, 2017.
While we may bemoan the Ant-Man vs Hulk Coke commercial, one can’t help but be impressed by the amount of work that went into making the spot come alive. A new video has surfaced this morning that breaks down the making of the commercial.
VIZ Media has announced it is bringing Bisco Hatori’s manga series, Behind the Scenes, to English readers in February.
The producers of Teen Titans Go! pack plenty of laughs into each new episode. But that’s not all you’re likely to find. No, if you watch closely you just might catch some equally clever Easter Eggs. In this exclusive new #DCTV clip, Teen Titans Go!’s Dan Hipp lists off five of his favorites. So how can we get our yearbook signed by Dr. Manhattan?
Maybe you picked up Big Hero 6 this week on Blu-ray, or maybe you have had it for several weeks in digital format, but Disney has released a number of extras for us to share with you, including an alternate opening to the movie that was much darker.
Though the Blu-ray release of Guardians of the Galaxy doesn’t land in stores until December 9th, those who have iTunes have already been watching the movie non-stop. If you are waiting for the Blu-ray, here’s a bonus clip of Benicio Del Toro as The Collector for your enjoyment.