Rick Marshall

Rick Marshall

Rick Marshall is a full-time journalist, professional geek, occasional photographer, indentured servant to incestuous cats, unwilling party host, speedy talker, and obsessive story collector.

Check out the Griswolds’ new Vacation ride with this hilarious 2015 Tartan Prancer ad

Get to know the Albanian import car that the Griswold family will be taking on a cross-country adventure in Vacation, counrtesy of a new fake commercial for the ridiculous 2015 Tartan Prancer.

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Box office hits and misses: Ant-Man towers over Pixels

Adam Sandler's sci-fi comedy Pixels failed to earn the high score at the weekend box office, with Marvel's Ant-Man staying strong and Jurassic World continuing to stomp on every record it encounters.

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The X-Men screenwriter is working on a remake of Logan’s Run

The long-developing remake of Logan's Run will have X-Men writer/producer Simon Kinberg penning the story for a new version of the 1976 dystopian cult-classic sci-fi film starring Michael York.

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The X-Files will bring back The Lone Gunmen for upcoming revival series

The X-Files actor Dean Haglund has confirmed the group of conspiracy-theory hacktivists known as The Lone Gunmen will return for the series' upcoming revival on FOX that debuts in January.

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Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice meets It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in mash-up video

A new mash-up video sets footage from Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice to the music and lyrics from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's ridiculous rock opera, The Nightman Cometh.

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A strange new alien arrives in Star Trek Beyond charity campaign vid

A new alien, possibly appearing in the upcoming sequel Star Trek Beyond was teased in a video update on the Star Trek: Boldly Go charity campaign, hosted by Simon Pegg and Anton Yelchin.

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Robert Kirkman already knows how The Walking Dead will end

The grand finale of AMC's hit series The Walking Dead is already envisioned by creator Robert Kirkman, but it could be a long, bleak stretch of time before the show reaches that point.

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James Bond goes rogue in new trailer for Spectre

The latest trailer for Spectre has James Bond going underground in his quest to uncover the secrets of a powerful criminal organization that threatens everything Agent 007 holds dear.

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James Horner secretly scored the remake of The Magnificent Seven before his death

Southpaw director Antoine Fuqua says Oscar-winning composer James Horner secretly composed the score for Fuqua's upcoming remake of The Magnificent Seven before Horner's tragic death last month.

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Everyone’s getting smoked in new American Ultra trailer

Jesse Eisenberg plays a stoner version of Jason Bourne in the new trailer for American Ultra, his new film that co-stars Kristen Stewart and features a script from Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis.

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New Supergirl teaser offers up her backstory and some fresh footage

A new teaser for the upcoming Supergirl series on CBS features Glee star Melissa Benoist's title character battling an axe-wielding, alien supervillain and learning to become a hero like her famous cousin.

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Spectre will ‘probably’ be Sam Mendes’ final James Bond movie

Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes says the upcoming movie Spectre could be his final adventure behind the camera with Agent 007 after also directing 2012's blockbuster thriller Skyfall.

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The new Ghostbusters get named in the latest update from the movie’s director

Ghostbusters director Paul Feig has officially confirmed the names of the characters played by stars Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy, and Leslie Jones in the upcoming reboot of the franchise.

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Box office hits and misses: Marvel’s Ant-Man wins small and Trainwreck is anything but

This weekend's box office was won by Marvel's size-changing superhero, but Amy Schumer's Trainwreck also did well while Inside Out and Jurassic World continued to set box-office records.

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Leo DiCaprio goes full-frontier in first trailer for Birdman director’s The Revenant

Leonardo DiCaprio plays legendary American frontier explorer Hugh Glass in the first trailer for Birdman director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's new film The Revenant, co-starring Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, and Will Poulter.

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