Monsters Inc. is coming to Disney+ as part of the Pixar Animation library of films that will be available on the new streaming service. But it’s also getting an animated workplace comedy sequel series that will focus on a new main character working at the Monstropolis corporation at a rather confusing time.
As we previously learned, Monsters at Work takes place six months after the original movie as the power plant that used to harvest children’s screams now aims to use their more powerful laughter to power the city. The series follows a new employee named Tylor Tuskmon (voiced by Ben Feldman), fresh out of school (where he graduated Scarem Cum Laude) who was hired to be a scarer on the scare floor, but on his first day, the company switches to laughter. See the Monsters at Work first look photo below. Read More »
In the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer, there’s a brief flash of a skiff chase that revealed what appeared to be Stormtroopers flying through the air in pursuit of Poe, Finn, and C-3PO. Now we know a bit more about them: they’re called First Order Jet Troopers, Stormtroopers who have been outfitted with jet packs. Take a closer look at some new photos of the Jet Trooper costume from the D23 Expo show floor.
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The D23 Expo is officially underway, and while the first burst of news was chock-full of theme park updates, that’s not all that’s coming out of Disney’s big convention. Don’t forget that Disney+ is coming this fall, and the House of Mouse is making a big push for some of the original shows and (not so original) movies coming to the streaming service. All over The D23 Expo are official new D23 Disney+ posters for The Mandalorian, the remake of Lady and the Tramp, High School Musical: The Musical, and more. Read More »
/Film’s Peter Sciretta is on the ground at this year’s D23 Expo, Disney’s company-wide fan convention that’s slated to bring us tons of news about Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and more over the next three days. But before the onslaught of news begins, Peter was able to snag a few photos of The Mandalorian costumes on the convention show floor, giving us a closer look at the clothing worn by Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano‘s characters in the first live-action Star Wars TV Show. Check them out below. Read More »
Remember Her? The masterful Spike Jonze movie about Joaquin Phoenix falling in love with the iOS on his phone? Well, what if someone took that idea and said: “How can we make this really stupid, and add awful jokes?” The result would be Jexi, at least judging by this trailer. Adam Devine plays a guy who develops an unhealthy attachment with the A.I. on his phone, voiced by Rose Byrne. Watch the Jexi trailer below.
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A young couple (It‘s Bill Skarsgärd and It Follows‘ Maika Monroe) robs a gas station and scores enough cash to start a new life in Florida, but wouldn’t you know it: their getaway car runs out of gas. When they break into a fancy house looking for another vehicle to take them the rest of the way, they end up stumbling on much more than they bargained for in the new thriller Villains.
Check out the latest trailer below, and read some excerpts from our review of the film from this year’s South By Southwest Film Festival.
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You can already get a healthy dose of Paul Rudd on Netflix thanks to Wet Hot American Summer and the prequel and sequel shows that Netflix delivered about a decade and a half after the indie comedy’s debut. Plus, he can also be seen in Duncan Jones’ sci-fi movie Mute. But his next Netflix project will bridge the worlds of comedy and sci-fi.
Living With Yourself is a new philosophical comedy series that finds Paul Rudd partaking in an experimental treatment that will make him a better person. But the result is him being replaced with a new and improved version of himself, giving us two of Paul Rudd for the price of one, and you can see the two different versions of the ageless Ant-Man actor in the Living With Yourself first look photos that surfaced online. Read More »
In the years following the release of 1999’s groundbreaking The Matrix, dozens of films and TV shows tried to ape the grim, apocalyptic world of the Wachowski’s films. But none could really nail the elaborate, weird, and grotesque designs that was crafted by The Matrix concept artists Geof Darrow and Steve Skroce, who along with Jim Martin, helped create the eye-popping style of the sci-fi franchise. But the big question of the moment is: Can The Matrix 4 recapture what made that world so stunningly realized in the first place? With Darrow and Skroce confirmed to return as the concept artists for The Matrix 4, it certainly looks like it could.
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Edward Norton‘s longtime passion project is finally coming to theaters. The Oscar-nominated actor has spent nearly two decades trying to get Motherless Brooklyn off the ground, an adaptation of the 1999 novel by Jonathan Lethem. And now, it has finally arrived with the official Motherless Brooklyn trailer signaling that this movie, which Norton directs and stars in, does indeed exist. Watch the Motherless Brooklyn trailer below.
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The Report is one of the best movies of 2019, and the first trailer for the political thriller is finally here. Based on a true story, The Report stars Adam Driver as Senate staffer Daniel J. Jones, who was put in charge of investigating the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program. That investigation resulted in Jones uncovering a deliberate cover-up intended to hide and obscure torture. Watch The Report trailer below.
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