The Mighty Ducks Game Changers trailer

Quack Attack is back, Jack – but this time, it’s a new generation of hockey-loving kids who needs the help of Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez), the lawyer-turned-coach-turned-minor-league-player-turned-coach-again.

Disney+ has released a new trailer for The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, the upcoming 10-episode series which extends the story beyond the trilogy of 1990s movies and brings Bombay back into the fold to serve as a mentor figure to a new generation. Check out the latest trailer below.
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halo tv series paramount+

Nascent streaming service Paramount+ (which technically isn’t very nascent at all since it’s just a rebranding of CBS All Access) just landed itself a high-profile title. The Halo TV series, based on the popular video game franchise, was originally destined for Showtime but will now drop on Paramount+ instead. You’ll be able to find it there in the first quarter of 2022.

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Michael Bay Stunt Video

The King of Explosions is back, baby – but if he’s not careful, his overwhelming desire to blow stuff up real good might literally be the death of him.

Michael Bay, the director of honest-to-God action classics like The Rock and, uh, anti-classics like Transformers: Age of Extinction, is currently hard at work making a new thriller called Ambulance, which is filming in Los Angeles. Bay is a natural born showman, and he’s shared a new behind-the-scenes video of an explosive stunt on the set of his new movie which looks insanely dangerous, but which Bay promises was “controlled.” Check it out below.
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army of the dead behind-the-scenes

Ready for Zack Snyder‘s big new movie for 2021?! No, I don’t mean the Snyder Cut of Justice League –  I’m talking about Army of the Dead, Snyder’s return to the world of zombies. The action-horror pic follows a group of mercenaries who attempt to pull off a big heist in the middle of zombie-infested Las Vegas. The Army of the Dead trailer is arriving tomorrow, and ahead of that, we have a behind-the-scenes pic that features Snyder, star Dave Bautista, and a whole lot of corpses (to be clear, they’re fake movie corpses, so don’t get too stressed).

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Chad Trailer

Back in May of 2019, TBS ordered the original comedy series Chad from former Saturday Night Live cast member Nasim Pedrad. In addition to creating, writing, executive producing and acting as showrunner, Pedrad also stars as the show’s titular 14-year old teenage boy. The initial teaser trailer was extremely promising, and now a new Chad trailer has dropped to announce the show is finally premiering on TBS in April. Read More »

Mark Englert The Mandalorian Poster

We’ll be waiting awhile before we return to the story of The Mandalorian, but as we wait for the third season to arrive on Disney+, artist Mark Englert has some outstanding new artwork to keep our spirits up.

Inspired by one of the pivotal episodes of the second season of The Mandalorian, this new poster features Mando meeting with Ahsoka Tano as she tests Grogu and his skills with The Force. But following in the footsteps of Mark Englert’s previous Star Wars artwork, the poster also features a glow in the dark layer that reveals another scene from the same episode. Check it out below. Read More »

the bad batch trailer

It’s going to be a busy summer at home for Disney+ subscribers. The Disney streaming platform announced a bunch of release dates for its upcoming slate of Disney+ original titles, including Marvel’s Loki, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, the Turner & Hooch reboot, and new seasons of old favorites like High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Check out the upcoming Disney+ release dates below.

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the killer david fincher

David Fincher recently signed an exclusive deal with Netflix, and it looks like he’s ready to make good on it. The filmmaker is gearing up to make The Killer for the streaming service, a film that he was originally going to make for Paramount back in 2007. The project will reunite Fincher with Seven screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker, and will star Michael Fassbender as an assassin who slowly starts to go insane. It’s based on the French graphic novel Le Tueur.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

After a confusing tease last night from Spider-Man franchise cast members Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, and Zendaya, the title for Peter Parker’s next big screen adventure has been revealed. Spider-Man: No Way Home is the official title for the next webslinging collaboration between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. Read More »

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Luca Poster

Under normal circumstances, we’d be excited to see Raya and the Last Dragon in theaters. But since it’s maybe not the best idea to head back to movie theaters right now, we’ll have to settle for catching it on Disney+ Premier Access. However, for those feeling safe enough to head to your local multiplex, you’ll probably be treated to the first trailer for Pixar’s Luca. Thankfully, it will also be debuting online tomorrow. But before that, we have a new poster featuring the fantasy adventure’s title character swimming in the sea near the Italian Riviera. Read More »