The Mockingjay Has Landed


After months of promotional posters and talks about the upcoming installation of the Hunger Games franchise, we have finally received the first, official trailer of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part 1 which introduces the audience to how things went from normal to complete chaos since the Quarter Quell.

Instead of going into full details about the trailer, watch it here and try not to feel chills down your arms as you watch the “world burn.”

The last few months has seen images and videos uploaded in support of the new film. Videos featuring President Snow with Johanna and Peeta and then the one featuring Beetee hacking into the Capitol’s stream informing the people of Panem that “the Mockingjay Live.”

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part 1 hits theaters on Nov. 21 with tickets going on sale beginning Oct. 29.

‘Doctor Who’ Anniversary Tribute Trailer Surfaces


Late last night , North American time, the BBC announced that a trailer for the 50th anniversary of their hit show Doctor Who would premiere at eight something their time.

The new trailer that was released today on the world is not the same one that fans who attended Comic-Con in San Diego this past Summer got to watch. That trailer, was apparently specially made for that event and to the request of the crew, that trailer has yet to be released onto the internet.

Current show runner, writer and major troll, Steven Moffat answered fans’ questions about the current trailer revealing that none of the footage from the actual special would not be making an appearance in the teaser; much to the displeasure of Whovians. Turns out, it was more of a tribute to all the re-generations throughout the 50 years.

The teaser finally made its debut and like Moffat said, not a single piece of footage from the special made it onto the one minute clip, instead we have a voice over from current Doctor, Matt Smith and images of past Doctors including William Hartnell’s First Doctor and Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor with his famous jelly babies and scarf. Also appearing are companions such as the late Elisabeth Sladen’s Sarah Jane Smith (and their robotic dog, K-9) and current companion, Jenna Coleman’s Clara Oswald.

Check out the clip below and don’t forget, the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, “The Day of the Doctor,” will premiere on November 23, 2013 simultaneously in 75 different countries, so get your Sonic Screwdrivers and Jelly Babies ready to defeat the Daleks.

New ‘Catching Fire’ Trailer


This is the moment that all, if not most Hunger Games fans ave been waiting for; the new trailer for the upcoming sequel, Catching Fire.

The first trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was released a few months back during MTV’s Movie Awards and in a matter of minutes invaded the entire cyberworld. Now, thanks to Comic-Con, the actors and the crew, fans have been given the second official trailer for the film which is due out in November.

Watch the full trailer below and tell us what you think of all the new tributes and of course just the trailer in general? Are you ready to become the Mockingjay and start the revolution against the Capital, because I’m pretty sure we are!

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will be released on November 22, just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday and remember, one spark can start a revolution.

‘The 20/20 Experience’ Part Deux?


Justin Timberlake’s album, The 20/20 Experience hasn’t even been out a week, but there’s talk that a volume two is in the works. Experience hit the web three days early via iTunes, giving fans (and critics alike) the opportunity to listen to the album for free before it actually went on sale.

According to Roots drummer, Questlove who performed with the singer on Jimmy Fallon, Timberlake is already working on the follow up to the album. On Saturday, the drummer posted on an Okayplayer forum that volume two is already in the works and to be prepared for a November release date.

Apparently the spoiler was initially a response to the scathing review that the New York Times gave the album. The critics wrote of the album: “of largely inconsequential beauty, showing Mr. Timberlake as an artist with no incentive to innovate, making his primarily a paean to brand maintenance.”

Questlove responded by writing the following on the message board: “its constructive criticism. i will say the album is OVERLY ambitious. like a LOT of ideas crammed into one. spoiler alert. 20/20 Vol 2 comes out in nov. (10 songs now…..10 songs later= 20 vision).”

So the question is, what did you think of The 20/20 Experience? Should it have a volume two or is one enough?