James C Ppratt

  • Black Panther makes his debut in first 'Captain America: Civil War' trailer

    Marvel's next big movie is 'Captain America: Civil War,' and they just dropped the first trailer for the film, sending shock waves through fandom thanks to glimpses of Black Panther, the big fights in the movie, the return of "Thunderbolt" Ross, and a Bucky/Cap/Iron Man three-way that's bound to be…

  • Will Tom Cruise be the Robert Downey Jr. of the Universal monster universe?

    There's some disagreement between the trades today about reports that Tom Cruise is in talks to star in Universal's 'The Mummy,' a cornerstone of their new Universal Monster franchise. Will he be the Robert Downey Jr. for this world?

  • Jolie Pitt accepts honorary post at Cambodian film festival

    PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — The little-known Cambodia International Film Festival is getting a star-powered boost this year from Angelina Jolie Pitt.

    Associated Press
  • VSCO makes its expensive desktop photo filters half as expensive

    VSCO, the app formerly known as VSCO Cam, offers some of the best photo editing tools available on mobile. Today, though, VSCO is halving the price of every VSCO Film pack to $59 "in honor of our anniversary and four years of artistic collaboration together;" the new pricing appears to be permanent.

    The Verge
  • Kevin Bacon Returns To Tremors - On TV

    After decades of big and small screen success, actor Kevin Bacon is about to do something he’s never done before - star in a sequel to one of his hits.

    Ben Bussey
  • The Most Perfect Girl In School Isn’t Really Who She Seems #ShortFilm

    This article The Most Perfect Girl In School Isn’t Really Who She Seems appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Being mean is never harmless. Ning is a popular student who is well-liked and respected by all in school. She’s everyone’s model, the most perfect girl in school. Everyone wants to be her friend.…

  • Amazon ads for Nazi-themed TV show pulled from N.Y. subway

    By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - Advertisements for a new Amazon.com Inc show featuring Nazi-inspired imagery have been pulled from a busy New York City subway line after Governor Andrew Cuomo intervened, a transit spokesman said late on Tuesday. The advertisements for "The Man in the High Castle"…

  • This Creep Took Photos Of His Housemate While She Was Asleep #ShortFilm

    This article This Creep Took Photos Of His Housemate While She Was Asleep appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. This pervert gets a taste of his own perverse medicine in this short film with a twist. This creep is no angel – he’s got new flatmates whom he’s taking advantage of, but his luck runs out in a…

  • Watch Barbra Streisand, Steven Spielberg Receive Medal of Freedom from President Obama

    President Obama awarded the Medal of Freedom on Tuesday to 17 recipients, including Steven Spielberg, Barbra Streisand, Stephen Sondheim and James Taylor. The Medal of Freedom is the White House’s highest civilian honor. Obama was in a playful mood as he read through the list of awardees, at one…

  • ‘Superstore’ Review: America Ferrera NBC Comedy Proves Big Not Better

    There's a new big box coming to the small screen, but it might not have everything you need. Debuting at 10 PM November 30 with a special two-episode preview right after The Voice , NBC’s  Superstore provides the return to primetime of America Ferrera. And while the Ugly Betty and How to…

  • ‘Sylvia’, With Matthew Broderick, Will Shutter Early On Broadway

    Sylvia , the A.R. Gurney comedy in which Matthew Broderick plays a man in mid-life crisis who falls in love with an adoring talking dog, will end its Broadway run a few weeks earlier than planned. Blame middling reviews for the coming-of-middle-age play and poor ticket sales, despite strong upbeat…

  • UPDATE: SAG-AFTRA Executive’s Daughter Returns Home Safely

    UPDATE 11:16 PM : SAG-AFTRA Spokeswoman Pamela Greenwalt tells Deadline that Reyna Danielle Johnson-Calderon, the 21-year-old daughter of SAG-AFTRA executive Anna Calderon who has been missing since Friday, has returned home safely. No further information is available at this time. Original…

  • HBO Sets January Premiere For ‘Sesame Street’

    The Big Bird watching on premium cable is less than two months away. HBO will be sweepin’ the clouds away starting January 16 as  Sesame Street  changes addresses after 45 years on PBS. Two new episodes of the iconic preschooler series will bow back-to-back with its new half-hour format, new…

  • 'Good Dinosaur' and 'Creed' to battle 'Hunger Games' at holiday box office

    Animated dinosaurs and an up-and-coming boxer will fight “The Hunger Games” for box-office dominance over the Thanksgiving weekend, as Hollywood hopes for a busy five days of clashing heavyweights.

    Los Angeles Times
  • Marvel Debuts 3 New Captain America: Civil War Posters

    The epic first ‘Captain America: Civil War’ trailer was unveiled overnight (watch it here) and now, on top of that, we’ve got not one but THREE new posters for the movie too. All three teaser posters highlight the divide that threatens to tear the Avengers apart, pitting Captain America against…

    Tom Butler
  • Will Michael Douglas Reprise His 'Ant-Man' Role? It's Looking Good

    In a movie career that has spanned nearly fifty years, Michael Douglas has always had a great big-screen batting average, winning his first Oscar at the age of 31 for producing 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. As an actor, he became part of the cultural zeitgeist in the ‘80s and '90s,…

    Meriah Doty
  • Shaken, Not Stirred: 6 Brand Lessons from Bond

    With the new Bond film Spectre newly released, many of us are gripped with anticipation and what the next instalment holds. So what brand lessons can we learn from big film franchises like Bond that we can apply to our businesses? Consistency keeps us coming back for more. There's a standard of…

    Huffington Post