It’s like Christmas inside the film room this week as Zach and Johnny dive deep into the “Dune” trailer.
Breaking down every last detail of the first trailer for “Dune.”
Check out Johnny Sobczak and Zach Goins reacting live to the first “Dune” trailer.
“Tenet” is Christopher Nolan’s loudest, biggest, most convoluted film ever – but that doesn’t mean it’s his best.
A theater-exclusive teaser for “Dune” will play prior to screenings of “Tenet,” followed by a full trailer releasing online Sept. 9.
Breaking down every last detail of “The Batman” trailer from DC FanDome.
Dwayne Johnson brought his signature charm to DC FanDome to build hype for “Black Adam.”
Zack Snyder started the panel by fielding fan questions, given to him by members of the Justice League, including Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Henry Cavill (Clark Kent/Superman), Ray Fisher (Victor … Continue Reading Trailer: ‘Snyder Cut’ reveals a whole new look for the Justice League
Wow! I don’t know what we all expected, but James Gunn and company delivered big time. The panel began with James Gunn showing us an epic roll call video that … Continue Reading ‘The Suicide Squad’ behind-the-scenes reel blows minds (and explodes heads)
This is one of the day’s shorter panels at DC FanDome, but it was loaded with insightful and fun comments from the creative team behind the upcoming film starring Ezra … Continue Reading ‘The Flash’ reveals concept art of new suit, Michael Keaton’s Batman
The first panel to kickoff the inaugural DC Fandom event was for “Wonder Woman 1984,” the highly-anticipated sequel to 2017’s “Wonder Woman.” This film has been gestating for close to … Continue Reading Trailer: New look at ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ reveals Cheetah
After a summer that gave moviegoers little to get excited about, DC is looking to flip the script Saturday during DC FanDome, and Inside The Film Room will be there … Continue Reading Inside The Film Room will be your hub for DC FanDome news
With the “Dune” trailer looming on the horizon, Johnny Sobczak examines its awards potential.
Unfortunately, this vacation gone awry isn’t anything you haven’t already seen done before – and done better.
Whether it’s in film or video games, perspective is key to the audience’s experience – and “Pulp Fiction” and “The Last of Us” both nail it.
You can make a messy movie, but as long as it’s exciting and stylish, you can get away with it. You can’t make one this messy and dull and expect to get by.