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Shrek and Crew Are Heading for a Revival

Universal Pictures is looking to bring the Shrek franchise (along with Puss n' Boots) back to life with a "reboot" of the iconic Ogre and have chosen Despicable Me's producer to take charge of it. Come inside for more information! 

8 Movies You (Probably) Didn’t Know Were Based on Books

Books have been a great source of inspiration for the movie industry, but sometimes they sneak up on you and unless you really pay attention to the credits you’d never know a film was based on a book. As we continue our look at various book/movie adaptations, I’m taking a look at the movies you most likely didn’t know were based on books!  

Examining Hollywood Remakes: The Nutty Professor

Welcome to another look at the highs and lows of Hollywood remakes. This time, we’ve got one of the better ones, as we compare two of the all-time great screen comedians in two of their best roles. This week, Cinelinx looks at The Nutty Professor.

The 100 Best Films of the 21st Century (So Far) –...

A new year means an opportunity to reflect on the past. This is our list of the 100 best films of the last 15 years, Part 1 #100 through 76.

The Best and Worst Comic Relief Movie Characters

Comic relief characters are written to try and make us laugh. Some of them are better than others. Join us as we discuss some of the best and worst comic relief characters in film.

New ‘Puss in Boots’ Trailer—Don’t Cats Do the Darndest Things?

If there's one thing the internet has taught is, it's that cats are freaking adorable.  No matter the situation, no matter the cat, no matter the video quality, cats have the power to make people go "Aww!" whenever the hell they want to.  Puss in Boots is completely aware of this, and is using this stigma to its advantage.  Well, I think its a dirty, awful marketing move and I want no part...aww, he's slurping milk!

First Shrek Forever After footage is nothing terribly new

The first footage to come out for the highly anticipated Shrek Forever After shows how the franchise is getting back to the humorous side of things, but it's really nothing you haven't seen.

Shrek Forever After

DreamWorks is apparently closing the door on its beloved franchise Shrek with its fourth iteration: Shrek Forever After.  I say this is the last one because both the newly released poster and trailer specifically mention this is the ‘final chapter’.  For me this isn’t a bad thing, as I hate seeing great franchises go downhill because of one to many mediocre sequels.

Geek Pick of the Week: The Art of Game of Thrones

This week sees the release of an all new art book collecting behind the scenes art and information from all eight seasons of the...