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Toy Story 4 is still a few years away, but in the meantime we’ll get to reunite with our favorite toys in Toy Story That Time Forgot. The half-hour TV special sees Woody, Buzz, and the rest of their friends encountering a line of reptile-warrior action figures. The only problem is, they don’t know they’re action figures. Hit the jump to see the new Toy Story That Time Forgot promo.

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INSIDE OUT

Most Pixar movies are emotional experiences, in that they inspire what the kids used to call “all the feels.” But their next film Inside Out is an emotional experience in a more literal sense, as it delves into the mind of an 11-year-old named Riley.

Living within are five primary emotions that drive her: Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Fear (Bill Hader), and Anger (Lewis Black). Get to know all of them as Pixar begins to release new Inside Out character posters. (We’ll update this post as more posters arrive.)  Read More »

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Christopher Nolan has some more Interstellar goodness coming our way. No, it’s not a sequel — it’s an Interstellar comic book about Dr. Mann, the astronaut who sets out on a “Lazarus mission” long before Matthew McConaughey‘s Cooper ever sets out into space. Get a look at the Interstellar comic after the jump. (But be warned there are massive spoilers for Interstellar ahead.)

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Seventh Son

It’s been four year since we first reported on Seventh Son (then called The Last Apprentice), three years since the film went into production, and two years since its originally scheduled release date. But the movie somehow still hasn’t hit theaters, so today we have a new Seventh Son trailer to share with you.

Jeff Bridges leads the production as Master Gregory, the last member of a mystical order. He takes a prophesied hero named Tom Ward (Ben Barnes) under his wing, and together they two battle an evil witch queen (Julianne Moore) from unleashing hell. Hit the jump to watch the new Seventh Son trailer.

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‘Marco Polo’ Trailer: Netflix Goes Exploring

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Netflix has already dabbled in political thriller, supernatural horror, and comedy-drama. Now it’s tackling the historical epic with its new original series Marco Polo. Lorenzo Richelmy stars as the 13th century Venetian explorer, who sets out on the Silk Road. He winds up staying a while in China, where he gets caught up in the central court of Kublai Khan (Benedict Wong). Watch the new Marco Polo trailer after the jump. Read More »

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UPDATE: In addition to the new viral site, the official Jurassic World website has launched with a countdown that ends on Thanksgiving. That’s when we’ll see the trailer. The original story follows below, with some new images.

Monday brings a few pieces of news on the Jurassic World front. First are some rumblings we’ve been hearing that director Colin Trevorrow might have a trailer ready for on or near Thanksgiving. The second is our first look at one at one of the new dinos in the film, courtesy of early Lego images. Check out what looks to be our first images of Jurassic World‘s new dinosaur below.

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Jurassic World viral site

A ton of new Jurassic World news just dropped thanks to a viral site. The site is technically for a company called Masrani Global, which, in the film, is the construction company which helped to build and create Jurassic World. The site has a ton of images, some of which feature actors Irrfan Khan and B.D. Wong, as well as some history of the island and park which opened (according to the site) in June 2005.

Below, see the new Jurassic World images from the viral site and read more about the film. Read More »

Trivia: R2-D2 Almost Starred in ‘The Lego Movie’

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The Master Builders of The Lego Movie were an eclectic bunch. There were Batman and all of his fellow Justice Leaguers, Gandalf and Dubbledore (sorry, Dumbledore), Shaq, Abraham Lincoln, Michelangelo (the painter) and Michelangelo (the turtle). One that didn’t make it in, however, was R2-D2.

Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller revealed they originally planned for the lovable droid to be a main character in the The Lego Movie, in keeping with the gleeful mash-up spirit of the film. But in the final product, he’s nowhere to be seen. Find out why the R2-D2 Lego Movie appearance never happened after the jump.

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