Posted on Thursday, March 24th, 2016 by Angie Han
In the first Captain America: Civil War trailer, Iron Man reminds Captain America that they were friends once, to heartbreaking effect. But in truth, the films leading up to Civil War have focused more on the differences between these two superheroes than the friendship between them. While they always team up eventually, there’s usually a bit of sniping and grumbling first. Black Widow and Hawkeye, on the other hand? Here are two Avengers who seem to be best buds for life — which makes it all the more devastating to see they’re on opposite sides of the coming battle.
The new Captain America: Civil War international trailer gives the two non-superpowered Avengers a nice little moment in the midst of all this strife. It’s just a small bit of new footage mixed into a bunch of old footage, but if you’re invested in these two, it’s worth clicking play to see what happens when these two go head-to-head. Watch it below. Read More »
Last year, Disney really got their whole reimagining game down. While Alice in Wonderland and Maleficent were box office hits, neither quite captured the spirit or the appeal of the original animated films. Kenneth Branagh, however, accomplished just that recently with his lovely Cinderella remake. Next at bat to reimagine another Disney classic is director Jon Favreau.
Following up his charming drama Chef, Favreau returns to big studio filmmaking with The Jungle Book. Watch a clip from the film below.
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Walt Disney Pictures has released a series of images featuring the cast of Jon Favreau‘s “live-action” adaptation of The Jungle Book posing next to their computer animated counterparts. Hit the jump to check out the photos, which I guess serve as a classier/better version of when companies like DreamWorks Animation would do a split screen showing an actor voicing his role during the trailer. Hit the jump to see the new Jungle Book photos.
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Ever since getting a taste of the history between Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) in The Avengers, fans have been hoping for a standalone movie following either or both of the former agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for their own adventure. Previously, Jeremy Renner previously said that he wasn’t really gunning for his own movie in the Marvel cinematic universe, but if the opportunity for his own Netflix series came along, he’d absolutely be down for that. Read More »
Yesterday brought our report straight from the set of Captain America: Civil War when the film was in production in Atlanta, Georgia last June. Along with that came a batch of posters for all the characters on Team Cap, as well as an interview with stars Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan. But that was just the beginning of our Civil War coverage this week.
There are rumblings of a new trailer for the Marvel Studios sequel arriving this week, but in the meantime, we’re running interviews from our set visit all week. Today we’ve got interviews with Robert Downey Jr., and some good stuff with Chadwick Boseman, a.k.a. Black Panther. But right now we’ve got a batch of new Captain America Civil War posters showcasing Team Iron Man, and one can’t help but notice they’re a man short when facing Team Cap. Read More »
If the Minions aren’t your cup of tea, then maybe you’ll be more interested in one of Illumination Entertainment’s other projects coming this year. The Secret Life of Pets is the next one from the animation studio arriving this summer, but just before Christmas this year, they also have the musically charged Sing.
Like many animated movies, this one takes place in a world where animals live like humans, and one koala has fallen on hard times, unable to keep his theaters up and running. So in a last ditch effort to keep the place alive, he decides to throw an epic singing competition, and some clips of the animals auditioning for the show have just debuted before the official teaser trailer arrives next week. Watch the Sing audition clips after the jump and prepare to tap your feet. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 by Angie Han
2015 officially ends in a couple of days, but it’s hard to mind too much when 2016 looks so promising. For starters, next year brings Hail, Caesar!, the Coen Brothers‘ first film since 2013’s superb Inside Llewyn Davis. The directors’ names alone were enough to put this one on our radar, but the first trailer catapulted it right to the top of our most-anticipated lists.
Set during the Golden Age of Hollywood, the star-studded comedy follows studio fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) over the course of one very busy day. When movie star Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) is kidnapped by a mysterious organization calling itself The Future, it falls on Eddie to rescue him. The first Hail, Caesar! poster and a new Hail, Caesar! TV spot have just been released, and you can see them both after the jump. Read More »
When can we expect a new Deadpool trailer and where does the movie fall on the X-Men timeline? When does Gotham go on hiatus this winter and when will it come back? Did you catch all the Easter eggs in The Flash episode “Enter the Zoom”? Was Scarlett Johansson paid as much as Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth after all? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
For a long time, Scarlett Johansson was the only star attached to DreamWorks’ live-action Ghost in the Shell movie. But with an early 2017 release date already on the books, director Rupert Sanders is slowly starting to fill out the cast around her. The first new addition is a familiar face for Johansson: Pilou Asbæk, the Danish actor who starred with her in Lucy. Get character details and more after the jump. Read More »
Even if you’re just a casual fan of video games, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of the controversy known as Gamergate. Without getting into the finer details, it’s basically an online movement that originated online in August of 2014 that is said to be about ethics in game journalism, but has come under fire for pushing forth sexism in the video game industry.
It all began when game designer Zoe Quinn became the target of an online group after a disparaging blog post about her by an ex-boyfriend went viral in the video game community. Over a year later, it has turned into a provocative and eye-opening look at video game culture, the changing profile of what is a “gamer” and the inner-workings of the game industry. And now that story has proven to be intriguing enough for a potential Gamergate movie. Read More »