Pixar’s Luca debuted on Disney+ last month, and immediately it’s clear that this movie would have been an undeniable pleasure to experience on the biggest screen possible. The vibrant scenery and lush landscapes are mesmerizing from the comfort of our own homes, so we can only imagine how incredible they must look in theaters. Even though that experience is a rare one, Pixar has given us a decent consolation prize by revealing the real locations and scenery that inspired the design of Portorosso. Read More »
We’ll take good news wherever we can take it these days and an unlikely source — the Cannes Film Festival, of all things — has official confirmation of one of the best pick-me-ups you could reasonably expect: Principal photography of the highly-demanded, and likely soul-saving, Paddington 3 will finally begin in 2022.
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If you don’t have a Disney+ subscription for some reason, that means you missed out on the streaming debut of Pixar’s latest film Luca. The delightful tale of summer friendship arrived on the streaming service in June, but if you’re not signing up for Disney+ anytime soon, you won’t have to wait too much longer to grab Luca on home video. Disney and Pixar have set the Luca home video release for August, and there are plenty of special features and deleted scenes to sweeten the deal. Read More »
Yesterday we got word about Red One, the latest bit of content from Dwayne Johnson. Technically, it’s a movie, but the announcement also came with the claim that the “unique concept represents a property that could encompass not only a tentpole film, but could reach beyond entertainment across multiple industries and businesses,” which is a sentence that makes me want to die right now. Red One is a Christmas movie, and Johnson will play a big muscular Santa Claus or something ridiculous like that. Today, while taking a break from lifting an entire truck over his head and eating raw whey powder, Johnson took to Instagram to tell us more about his latest business venture disguised as a motion picture.
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Clifford the Big Red Dog has been a good boy since his creation in the pages of Norman Bridwell’s books in 1963. Since then, he’s gotten his own animated series, straight-to-video movies, video games, and plenty of merchandise. Now he’s being turned into nightmare fuel in a new live-action adaptation from Paramount Pictures, and the Clifford the Big Red Dog movie trailer shows how terrifying the concept of a huge ass red dog in the real world would actually be, especially in a place like New York City. Read More »
With F9 in the rearview mirror, fans are already looking ahead to the future of the Fast and Furious franchise – especially after this latest movie left us with such a tantalizing mid-credits scene. Star/producer Vin Diesel, director Justin Lin, and actor Sung Kang, who plays Han in the franchise, have offered a few teases about what to expect as the franchise rolls toward its grand conclusion, and you can read their latest quotes below. Light spoilers for F9 ahead. Read More »
F9 is finally out in theaters after lengthy delay, and director Justin Lin‘s latest Fast and Furious movie helps pave the way for the final two films in The Fast Saga. Let’s take a look at what happens as the new film comes to a close.
Spoilers lie ahead. And not the ones on cars.
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F9 has finally hit theaters, and you know what that means: it’s time to fire up a new ranking of the entire Fast and Furious franchise so far.
Ranking these movies from worst to best is a brand new concept that has never been done before on /Film or anywhere else on the entire Internet, so please take a minute to familiarize yourself with this unheard-of concept, and then dive in to discover the definitive order of these ridiculous, lovable, and utterly insane action movies. Read More »
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Nothing says Christmas like capitalism, so Dwayne Johnson and his Seven Bucks Productions are teaming up with Amazon Studios for Red One, a “Christmas-themed feature project.” Jumanji: The Next Level producer Hiram Garcia penned the treatment for the project. The Fast and the Furious writer Chris Morgan will be penning the screenplay, which Amazon describes as “a globe-trotting, four-quadrant action-adventure comedy, imagining a whole new universe to explore within the holiday genre.”
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F9 is finally blasting into theaters this week after more than a year-long delay due to COVID-19. The most recent Fast Saga movie came out way back in 2017, and with such a long gap between entries, we’ve had plenty of time to think about this whole franchise from unconventional angles. So grab a tank of NOS and any brew you want (as long as it’s a Corona), and check out this incontrovertible ranking of the major Fast and Furious characters based on how much they could kick your ass.
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