Fanboy Activism

One particularly interesting piece of foolish propaganda from yesterday’s April Fool’s rally was this poster for the yet to be scripted, yet untitled and wholly ambiguous concept that is the next Batman movie. It involves Neil Patrick Harris, so pay attention.

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Captain America

Any time a big geeky property begins to come to fruition — as is the case with the now casting Captain America movie — creative and resourceful fans will come out in force to support the cause with contributions of their own.

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In a press release this afternoon, 20th Century Fox has notified us that Tempe, Arizona has won the “Hometown Premiere” contest and will now host the world premiere of the upcoming action film X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

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Since we haven’t done this in a while, and since I haven’t slept in four days after starting “LOST” from the beginning, I felt the need to address some new features on the site premiering this week and some cultural trends that are getting us drunk and touching us inappropriately.

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Some evil, real world monsters want to take FEARNet away from you. But will we let them? Oh hells naw!

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Sometimes things get lost in translation. This is just a fact of life. But one situation that shouldn’t see language getting mixed and matched is in the subtitling of foreign films for their American DVD release, especially after the film has already been subtitled for an American theatrical release.

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Come with me, my people. It is time for us to lend our support (in the form of comments, Facebook friending and Official Site visits) to an awesome Sundance ’08 gem that is having some wicked distribution problems.

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Fans are calling for Heath Ledger’s rendition of The Joker in Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster bash The Dark Knight to be acknowledged as the pinnacle of the character’s representation on film.

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There is no need to adjust your monitor, wonder if you swallowed too many of Grandpa’s happy pills, or even be afraid that you have somehow entered into a Finnegan’s Wake-like world where up is down, left is right, and James Joyce is actually relevant. That’s right-Kyle Newman’s Fanboys has actually seen the light of limited release.

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Thanks to a report from a Warner Bros. DVD launch event for The Dark Knight, we now know when fans will get their shot at asking Christopher Nolan about the next Batman flick.

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Perhaps a big budget, CG-injected Star Trek extravaganza isn’t what everyone wants — but it is what we are going to get. That said, it is always fun to watch fandom manifest itself in the form of video mashups.

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Quantum of Solace director Marc Forster

I’ve been a James Bond superfan going on 22 years. Before yesterday, there were only two Bond films I hated–A View to a Kill, and License to Kill. Now there’s a third. Because overall, Quantum of Solace just plain sucked.

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Who is Watching the Watchmen Director?

Who is watching the man behind the Watchmen movie? Well, everyone. But Zack Snyder is watching back, confident in the film that he’s made and the direction he’s chosen for its ending.

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Should there be a Hulk 2?

With The Incredible Hulk making its way onto DVD today, it has got all the various deciders at Marvel making the press rounds. And with that, of course, comes plenty of questions about the plans that Marvel has for its green behemoth.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show

There’s anger out there. Serious, deep seated anger has gripped a segment of the population. The Rocky Horror Picture Show fanatics are foaming at the mouth, furious at the prospect of the most feared word in the world of film lovers: Remake.

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Citizens for Kicking David Denby

Film critic David Denby’s review didn’t completely denounce The Dark Knight, but it didn’t exactly praise it either. That said, why are fans calling for his head on a platter?

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New Camaro for Transformers 2

Readers have already been hitting us with complaints about the commercialized nature of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. We explain why they should all just calm down.

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The Incredible Hulk

Coming off a weekend of positive buzz and strong reviews, The Incredible Hulk director, Louis Leterrier has told the MTV Movies Blog that if he gets to helm the sequel, he’ll leave it up to the fans to decide who the green menace faces in the next installment.

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Rose McGowin on the cover of Maxim

Because my stereotype of Maxim readers as unhip, Neanderthal frat boys wasn’t enough, they had to go and prove themselves cinematically illiterate. As if it were something to celebrate, Maxim posted up its list of the 25 Most Watched Movies as tabulated by a poll of their readers, and the results are depressing.

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If you’re like me, and you are – you handsome devil you – then you’ve been shaking uncontrollably since last Summer, fiendishly awaiting the next Comic-Con to roll around. In a little over a month, you’ll get your overdose, but in the meantime, the list of confirmed special guests should be enough to get you through the cold, lonely nights.

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