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  • Infographic: Robot Movies and Their Human Equivalents

    If Everything Is a Remix has taught us anything, it’s that knocking a movie for not telling a “new” story is pointless. Stories are inherently familiar—it’s all about the way you tell them. Take this weekend’s Real Steel, a real underdog sports movie about robot boxing. But take the machines out of the equation and you have something pretty close to the classic Stallone flick Rocky. Really, nothing wrong with that. Our infographic wizards have once again worked their magic to dissect the robot movies of the past and the human movies that appear to have inspired them. Think of them as Movies 2.0. View Image ›

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  • What Kind of Celebrity Wedding Are You Having?

    She may already be married, have one honeymoon under her belt, and be planning the other one, but Kim Kardashian is going to be all over E! this weekend when they air her two-part wedding special. We’ll be covering every butt joke, scuffle with Kris Jenner, and useless bout of advice from Scott Dissick, leading up to the final happy moment: the I-dos. But until that time comes, on Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, we’re got a handy little guide to celebrity weddings — you know in case that tortured artist scribbling in his notebook at the organic-free-range-vegan-anarchist coffee shop turns out to be a famous musician and you’re just months away from planning your own little celebrity hitch-party. Or in case you’re bored at work and you’d rather read a flowchart in honor of the celebutant wedding of the year than create a chart using numbers, or something. View Image ›

    hollywooddotcom 3 years ago 6 responses

  • Anatomy of A Baseball Movie

    There are few things America loves more than a baseball movie. It goes right along with apple pie, cheeseburgers and The Blue Angels. But there are all kinds of sports movies, what makes baseball so special? Why do these movies universally give us the warm and fuzzies? Even when they’re more about the math behind the baseball than homeruns and catching foul balls like this week’s Moneyball? Well, we’ve got a few ideas in infographic form. View Image ›

    hollywooddotcom 3 years ago 7 responses

  • 2011 Emmy Contenders Deathmatch

    When it comes to television, there’s no limit on the diversity of our opinions. Claim one show is the tops, and fans of copious other series will jump down your throat in an instant to make sure you know just how wrong you are. Don’t you know Sofia Vergara’s delivery takes far more effort than Jane Lynch’s Grinchy Sue Sylvester? Don’t you know that Johnny Galecki’s whining can never match wits with Donald Glover’s screaming-crying schtick over on Community? Don’t you know that no one enjoyed that last episode of Entourage? (Okay, I think most of us are probably in agreement on that one.) The point is, television shows require a lot of devotion, so when you put one down, fans are bound to get riled. And seeing as we’re mere days away from Television’s biggest night — The Emmys — we’d like to take this opportunity to break down all the nominated series, pit them against eachother and crown our own winner. You may agree with us, you may disagree. But that’s the beauty of Emmy season; we all get to defend our shows and hide our faces in shame when they’re robbed of their well-earned golden trophies. So, without further ado, let’s get ready to rumble, TV fans. View Image ›

    hollywooddotcom 3 years ago 7 responses