It wasn’t too long after Watchmen‘s opening weekend that DC comics launched a site called “After Watchmen, What’s Next?” And of course, the film industry was asking itself the same thing. In
$55.7 million dollars is a lot of 20 sided dice. That dollar amount is the weekend take home for Zac Snyder’s take on the beloved graphic novel Watchmen. While many a fan crawled
Okay. I’m suddenly a lot more optimistic about this movie. And the music is just AWESOME.
Another Watchmen viral. STAY INSIDE THE HOUSE.
The guys from My Chemical Romance are all dedicated musicians and performers who put out amazing albums and provide great shows and opportunities for their fans.
They’re also all really, really ridiculously good
After months of waiting, rumors and baited breath, it’s finally here: My Chemical Romance has released their cover of Bob Dylan’s “Desolation Row.”
Viral video uploaded to Youtube by “thenewfrontiersman.” Features what is supposed to be a 1970 broadcast of NBC news talking about the 10 year anniversary of Dr. Manhattan’s transformation. “Better blue than red, man. Better blue than red.” And if you’re interested in keeping up on Watchmen with other Buzznet members? Head over to Mourn… More »
The moment is nearly upon us! Pretty soon we’ll be hearing the finished version of My Chemical Romance‘s cover of Bob Dylan’s “Desolation Row,” to be featured in the upcoming <span style="font-style:
It looks like as much as My Chemical Romance fans can’t wait to get their hands on some new music, those boys from Jersey (and Chicago) can’t wait to get new music
So, in early 2008, My Chemical Romance announced they were going to take some time off. The band was imposing a hiatus on themselves in order to clear their heads and “relax” before recording their new album. The problem with workaholics, though, is that they don’t stop working, even when they’re on hiatus. See what… More »
So, if you don’t know by now, My Chemical Romance has recorded a cover of Bob Dylan’s Desolation Row for the upcoming film version of the classic graphic novel Watchmen.
Look, Twilight, both of our movies are being incredibly hyped. You’ve got complaints about how they cast your film,
Itâ€™s what fans were holding their breath about when they heard the original rumblings. And now they can breathe out and start complaining.
Featuring Zach Snyder (director), Jeffery Dean Morgan (The Comedian), Malin Akerman (Silk Spectre II) and Carla Gugino (Silk Spectre I). Oh, and Gerard Way (fanboy).
Gerard Way at the 2008 Scream Awards, in front of the Owl Ship set piece. Capped from video of the event. Low quality.
So, The 2008 Scream Awards Show actually took place Saturday night, but the telecast aired last night on Spike TV. If you didn’t get a chance to see it or if my liveblog just ain’t
So apparently, Hollywood has no idea how to handle taking Wonder Woman from the pages of her comics to the big screen.
Who’s got two thumbs and isn’t surprised? THIS GIRL!
Fans have been holding their breath to find out whether or not the film adaptation of Watchmen would open on time, due to a nasty little legal situation between Warner Brothers and