There really is a whole lot of news each week, isn’t there? This week has seem some pretty big bombs drop such as Kevin Feige working on a Star Wars, VIFF starting up, Jurassic World 3 casting news, Jason Bateman directing news, Phoebe Waller-Bridge gets a truck load of cash from Amazon news, Batman news, Wes Anderson news, and Spider-man is back in the MCU news. Let’s dive right in!
Movies, News / Comments Off on Awesome News: Spider-Man is back in the MCU, Kevin Feige Takes to the Stars War, VIFF 2019 is in full effect, the return of the trifecta, and more!
Movies, News / Comments Off on Awesome Friday: Iko Uwais in G.I. Joe, Sony & Marvel’s Spider-Powered Divorce, That New Batsuit Smell, & More
Yes, both of you. Here’s a new experiment to get me writing a bit again. Sans the time to write up each bit of movie news there is (guys there is so much news every week, it’s nuts) I’m going to try to keep a digest on a weekly basis. Hopefully this works and hopefully you like it. Let’s hop right to it, shall we?
News / Comments Off on The Magic Kingdom takes another step towards complete cultural dominance: Disney/Fox merger is approved.
Well, it’s happened.
Movies, News / Comments Off on Disney’s new ‘Lion King’ film gets a stellar cast
The live action Disney remakes have been a bit of a mixed bag for me but this announcement should be enough to get anyone hyped.
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Movies, Trailers / Comments Off on Stop What You Are Doing And Watch The Last Jedi’s International Trailer
Like, now. Whatever it is, it can wait.
I was quite excited. Then very excited. And now I’m standing and clapping. STAR WARS.
Movies, Trailers / Comments Off on Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi Trailer Is Finally Here
A spark that’ll light the fire.
Movies / Comments Off on Rogue One – The New Normal
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is released on Blu-Ray today, so we’ve taken the opportunity for a little love letter.
1977 was an important year for me. Firstly, it was the year I was born, so maybe important is a bit of an understatement. It’s the year Elvis died – we shared a month on the planet before his heart skipped away. And on May 25th, Star Wars was released in America.
Trailers / Comments Off on Japanese Trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens Shows Tons Of New Footage
Well, this is a nice surprise. Disney put together a new The Force Awakens trailer for the D23 Festival happening in Japan right now and it shows us loads of the film we haven’t seen yet. Take a look!
Trailers / Comments Off on Here’s The Final Trailer For Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Excited yet? WATCH THIS
News / Comments Off on Zootopia Poster is full of Animal Puns
The direct of Zootopia, Byron Howard, has released the first poster for the movie. It seems to take place in a world with anthropomorphic animals. In a Disney movie. Weird, right? Is also seems like the primary industry in that world is pun manufacturing. Also weird for a Disney movie. There’s gotta be more to it, right? Some vast conspiracy.
We’ll find out just how deep this mystery runs next spring.
Movies, Reviews / Comments Off on Catchup Reviews: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, Big Hero 6, Dear White People, The F Word, and Horns
It’s December which means I have pretty much exactly no time to do anything lately but that hasn’t stopped me from seeing a couple of movies, just from writing them up in a timely manner.
But since I’ve seen so many you’re gonna get the shortest version of each of these reviews that I can muster.
Trailers / Comments Off on Big Hero 6 Trailer: Disney + Marvel + Animation = Smash Hit?
Disney Animation Studios has had a bit of a resurgence lately and this fall they’re pretty much going to cement the idea that they are the Disney of animation again with this collaboration with Marvel because both of those names plus a movie that looks like it might be great are going to be mean dolla dolla bills yo.
Or whatever the kids these days are saying. Let’s watch!
News / Comments Off on Stop What You’re Doing And Watch This Beautiful Short By Ex-Disney Animator
If, like me, you consider the high point of modern Disney movies to be all about Ariel, Beast, and Aladdin, then it turns out you’re a massive fan of Glen Keane. Over the course of 37 years Glen had a hand in 20 productions and now, two years after he left Disney, he’s made an animated short for Google’s Spotlight Series. It’s called Duet, and you should watch it right now.
News / Comments Off on Andrew Stanton Tweets About ‘John Carter’ Franchise That Might Have Been
Remember John Carter? It was made for millions of dollars, was the live action directorial debut of Andrew Stanton, and Disney hoped it would launch a new franchise. It didn’t make any money though and so the franchise to be was put on hold.
Now director Andrew Stanton has tweeted about where things would have gone.