April 4, 2020

Fan-Made Poster Art for THE CALRISSIAN CHRONICLES Star Wars Trilogy

Thanks to artist Peter Stults, we have some cool fan poster art to share with you for a non-existent Star Wars trilogy titled The Calrissian Chronicles. The poster art imagines what these films might have been like had they been made back in the late 70s-early 80s. I would have […]
April 3, 2020

How Amazon turned Simon Stålenhag’s ‘Tales from the Loop’ into a TV show

Halpern tried to replicate that human-technology relationship in the show. Like Stålenhag’s art, the loop in Ohio uses three massive cooling towers. They’re visible in the background of countless shots but never questioned or explored up close. A floating tractor is treated the same way in episode six. Though it […]
April 3, 2020

Meet the Jedi Knights and Jedi Masters in STAR WARS: THE HIGH REPUBLIC

Lucasfilm has shared some new information for their upcoming wave of stories for Star Wars: The High Republic. These stories are set about 200 years before the events of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, and they will be told through adult and young adult novels, children’s books, and comics from […]
April 3, 2020

25 Fun Facts About Terry Gilliam's TIME BANDITS Along With Behind the Scenes Videos

Terry Gilliam’s 1981 film Time Bandits is one of my favorite fantasy films. I loved that movie! I watched it all the time. It was so different, unique, and crazy from any other film that was watching as a kid. It was such a wild and ridiculously adventurous story, and […]
April 3, 2020

Joby Harold Has Been Hired to Write Obi-Wan Kenobi Series for Disney+

Writer, director, and producer Joby Harold, known for writing the films Awake and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, has been hired on to write the upcoming Disney+ series based on the popular Star Wars character Obi-Wan Kenobi. Harold is taking over the coveting writing job from Hossein Amini, who […]
April 2, 2020

SOLO Writer Jon Kasdan Says a Sequel is Unlikely To Happen at Disney+

Solo: A Star Wars Story actually ended up being a surprisingly great movie. At least I thought that it was. I’m sure not everyone will share my enthusiasm for the film. Regardless, there are a lot of fans who did like the film and have been hoping to see a […]
April 1, 2020

JEDI ACADEMY on Console is a Little "Maclunky" but Still Fun

Aspyr launched Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy last week on the Nintendo Switch and PS4 and they were kind enough to send me a copy on the Switch. I’ve played a little on the PC years ago, so I was crazy excited to relive the excitement. I downloaded my […]
March 31, 2020

STAR WARS Films Should Feature More Non-Human Protagonists

We have 10 Star Wars films. In all 10, the main protagonist is a human. In the prequels we have Anakin, in the originals we have Luke, in the sequels we have Rey, Rogue One featured Jyn, and Solo featured Han Solo. These characters have a lot of similarities and […]

Local Events

Local Events Past, Present & Future!
February 5, 2016
Force Awakens

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

On Dec 18th, 2015 Grab the Popcorn launched their 1st official event hosted at the Carmike Cinema in Pensacola, FL. Roughly 110 friends, family and fans of our website met together for a private screening of Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens. This long anticipated movie brought out people of all ages to watch […]
November 4, 2015

Pensacola Comic Convention 2015

The Pensacola Comic Convention was in full swing this past weekend. Hundreds of locals and visiting fanatics came to Pensacola for a two day extravaganza! Saturday, the doors opened at 10:00am and there were plenty of people waiting to get in to see some of their favorite guest, vendors and […]
March 7, 2015

Pensacon 2015 Auction for Ben Woolf

Pensacon was a great event and on Sunday at the end of the convention, CEO Mike Ensley announced they would be auctioning off a 1 of a kind piece of art. So as my interest peak, I gathered myself right in the front of the group. Wanting to take a look […]
March 6, 2015

Pensacon 2015

For the 2nd year, Pensacon did not disappoint! Feb 27th-28th could not have come fast enough for thousands of fans who waited in the cold to enter the Pensacola Bay Center. With record sales on Saturday (over 10,000 tickets sold) the event was forced to shut down sales. That didn’t stop […]

What's New to Netflix!

August 8, 2017

Janet King: Season 2

Summary of Season 1 (2014) – 3 discs Returning to work after maternity leave, senior crown prosecutor Janet King becomes involved in a controversial, high-profile case involving a senior-ranking police officer. She clashes with a colleague who will do anything to win and contends with Chief Superintendent Jack Rizzoli, who […]
August 8, 2017

Blindspot: Season 2

After making an unnerving discovery, Jane and the team are shocked to learn her true identity. However, the revelation raises as many questions as it answers, leaving Stapleton even more determined to crack the mystery of Jane’s past. Source link
August 8, 2017

Seed: The Untold Story

Focusing on an issue vital to human survival, this documentary follows a host of seed keepers, farmers and others who are waging a fight against the biotech industry, which is producing genetically modified seeds that threaten agricultural diversity. Source link
August 8, 2017

The Sea

Adapted from John Banville’s beloved novel, this pensive drama centers on a former art historian who, still grappling with his wife’s recent death, heads to a seaside village where he spent a fateful summer during his youth. Source link
August 8, 2017

The Hunter's Prayer

Contracted to kill a teenage girl, hired assassin Lucas can’t pull the trigger and instead ends up helping Ella, his would-be victim. With Lucas’s employers in pursuit, the two flee together across Europe and try to determine why Ella is a target. Source link
August 8, 2017

The Exception

This turbulent drama portrays the converging fates of Kaiser Wilhelm, exiled to Holland after Germany’s defeat in World War I, and a young Jewish woman whose presence in the Kaiser’s household raises the suspicions of an SS officer looking for spies. Source link
August 8, 2017

The Dinner

During a tense meal at an elegant restaurant, two brothers and their wives discuss how far to go in order to prevent their sons from being identified and arrested for a violent crime they committed that was caught on a security camera. Source link
August 8, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

Street racer and ex-convict Dominic Toretto and his crew return for more fast and furious action. In this installment of the hit franchise, their adventures take them to Iceland, Cuba and New York City to battle their adversaries. Source link

Video Vault

March 6, 2015

Mike Epps Is ‘Uncle Buck’ in ABC TV Reboot

The classic 1989 comedy Uncle Buck, written and directed by John Hughes, is getting a modern day reboot on ABC. Comedian Mike Epps will step into the role made famous by John Candy. He will star opposite Nia Long in this single-camera half hour comedy pilot from Universal TV and […]
March 7, 2015

Pensacon 2015 Auction for Ben Woolf

Pensacon was a great event and on Sunday at the end of the convention, CEO Mike Ensley announced they would be auctioning off a 1 of a kind piece of art. So as my interest peak, I gathered myself right in the front of the group. Wanting to take a look […]
March 19, 2015

‘Arrow’/’Flash’ Spinoff Adds Dominic Purcell as Heat Wave

While The CW’s Arrow/Flash Spinoff may not have a title quite yet, the cast keeps growing by the day, with Dominic Purcell signing on to play his Flash villain Heat Wave in the series, which is being targeted for a midseason debut. Dominic Purcell joins a cast that includes Heat […]
March 30, 2015

Coach Gets Revived on NBC with Craig T. Nelson

NBC is bringing back the hit 1990s TV series Coach, issuing a 13-episode straight-to-series order, with original star Craig T. Nelson reprising his role as football coach Hayden Fox. The new Coach series is not a reboot, but will be set in present day. The original show aired for nine […]