Marvel Studios Class Photo

You might remember some of the cast members of various films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe posting to social media last year about a celebratory photo shoot featuring just about everyone who has worked with Marvel Studios. Now, the time has come to find out what that’s all about.

This year, Marvel Studios is celebrating their 10th anniversary, and to kick off the festivities, they’ve revealed a huge Marvel Studios class photo featuring dozens of actors and the filmmakers who turned them into comic book icons. And there’s also a video from behind the scenes of the photo shoot as well. It’s kind of amazing to see all of these people together in one place. Read More »

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Solo Trailer Breakdown - Donald Glover Lando Calrissian Interview

This week brought our first look at Solo: A Star Wars Story, and while this movie may be about Han Solo’s younger years, one character is already stealing the show from him.

Solo: A Star Wars Story not only introduces us to a young Han Solo played by Alden Ehrenreich, but also his scoundrel of a pal Lando Calrissian. Bringing the future Cloud City overseer to life is none other than Donald Glover, who seems to succeed in everything he sets his mind to. He recently sat down to discuss the young Lando Calrissian and what he can tell us about the first owner of the Millennium Falcon.

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Star Wars The Last Jedi Director Interview

Our own /Filmcast got to sit down with Rian Johnson for an extensive interview about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, along with some good-hearted ribbing of host David Chen. But if you’re interesting in hearing more from the filmmaker who shook up Star Wars with the second installment of the latest trilogy in the sci-fi saga, we have something you’ll want to watch.

Rian Johnson recently sat down for a 70-minute Q&A in Los Angeles following an IMAX screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The discussion covers everything from the writing process to deleted scenes, and he even takes some time to answer questions from the lucky fans who were in attendance. You can watch the Star Wars The Last Jedi director interview in its entirety below. Read More »

Solo Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford, the original Han Solo, served as a covert technical advisor on Solo: A Star Wars Story. While it’s easy to assume that the frequently gruff Ford wouldn’t have much interest in yet another Star Wars movie, reports indicate he offered some sage advice about one of his most famous characters. More on the Solo Harrison Ford advice below.

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coco alternate opening

Coco begins in an unusual fashion. Young, aspiring musician Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) dramatically recounts the story of his family’s past as the people within the story spring to life via the colorful papel picado banners that decorate the streets of Mexico on Dia de los Muertos.

As stunning as the animated papel picado drawings are, it’s a bold choice to not show our hero immediately, and even bolder to dive into a generations-long family history. But it ends up working perfectly for the film, which above all, is a story about family. However, for the many years that Coco was in development at Pixar, the animated film had a very different opening.

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Star Wars Galaxy's Edge images

Update: Disney has denied that Hollywood Studios is undergoing a name change. Their statement, and our thoughts, have been added to the original article below.

The Hollywood Studios Park at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, Florida has been undergoing a bit of an identity crisis over the past few years. It’s a park in transition. The new Toy Story Land opens in a few months. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge arrives in a few years. Until then, giant swaths of the park are a construction site. It’s a collection of attractions at the moment, not a theme park with a unified idea connecting the disparate parts.

So a new name feels like the right option, and we’ve known that one was coming since August of last year. And now it looks like Disney has decided on a new name for Hollywood Studios – Disney Cinemagine Park.

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Star Wars women

Lucasfilm has taken some flak for almost exclusively hiring white men to shepherd the Star Wars franchise, but is that era coming to an end at the studio? A new rumor indicates that the company has secretly hired women and people of color to shape the future of a galaxy far, far away. Read on to learn more about the potential Star Wars women and non-white guys who could provide a new perspective for the franchise. Read More »

Star Wars TV shows

How about some more Star Wars news? On the heels of the announcement that Game of Thrones creators are developing a new series of Star Wars films comes a tease of the franchise’s small screen future. There are multiple Star Wars TV shows currently in development for Disney’s upcoming streaming service.

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Josh Trank exits Star Wars

Update: We have added Disney CEO Bob Iger’s statement on this hiring and speculate on what it could mean.

J.J. Abrams may be bringing the new sequel trilogy to its conclusion with the upcoming Star Wars: Episode 9, but we’ll be visiting a galaxy far, far away for a long time yet. Disney and Lucasfilm have announced a series of new Star Wars movies from a duo with plenty of experience transporting audiences to bold and fantastical worlds: Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

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VOTD: Pixar Short Easter Eggs You Probably Missed

Pixar Short Film Easter Eggs

Pixar Animation is famous for including little Easter eggs in all of their movies that reference not only their previous movies from years before, but also their next movie in the pipeline. That same signature applies to all of Pixar’s short films that play before each and every movie that hits theaters.

Not only do the bite-sized Pixar movies reference the other short films they’ve made, but they also have winks and nods to their feature films. Thankfully, Pixar has assembled a video showing off how their shorts are connected to other Pixar movies, and there are even some references to other Disney animated movies too. They begin with the recent Dante’s Lunch that played before Cars 3 and go all the way back to Geri’s Game from the first Toy Story.

Check out a bunch of Pixar short film Easter eggs. below. Read More »

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