You might imagine that there would be nothing less sexy than a 1980s period drama about the dawn of the personal computer. For one thing, historical accuracy dictates that it’s going to star a lot of white guys with oversized eyeglasses. For another, that kind of story won’t be driven by action you can see, which means there will probably be many scenes where characters sit in front of computer screens, typing furiously, explaining what they’re doing out loud. But Halt and Catch Fire, which premieres Sunday night on AMC, isn’t that kind of show. It actually tries very hard to make the early years of computer programming look dangerous and suspenseful, maybe even hot, if geek love is your type of thing. READ FULL STORY
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Fans capturing their live reactions to first viewings of long-anticipated movie trailers is nothing new. But here’s something you probably haven’t seen before: Movie stars responding to the fans with their own reaction video.
When the first trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug hit the Internet on Tuesday, two fangirls recorded themselves watching the trailer and posted that video on YouTube. Some genius on the set of what appears to be additional filming for The Hobbit decided to play the fans’ video for three of the movie’s cast members and then film the actors’ response to the fan reaction video.
Lee Pace, Orlando Bloom, and Evangeline Lilly (all in costume for their elf characters) provided a giggly response to the fan video, complete with quoting their own lines. READ FULL STORY
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