the dark crystal age of resistance featurette

When The Dark Crystal hit theaters in 1982, it looked like no other movie. That’s not only because the fantasy adventure film was populated exclusively by puppets, but because director Jim Henson crafted an entirely original, rich fantasy world that was fully formed the moment it appeared onscreen. Soon, the Netflix prequel series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance will return to that fantasy world and transform it into something more vibrant and lavish than before. Find out how they did it in the new The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance featurette.

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Making of the Captain America vs Captain America Fight

In order to tell one of the most epic comic book stories ever brought to screen, Avengers: Endgame needed plenty of visual effects. From creating characters like Thanos and Professor Hulk and wardrobe pieces like the quantum realm suits to environments like Vormir and entire shots comprised completely of digital elements. And one sequence provided some unique challenges, because it required double the Chris Evans and double of America’s ass. Go behind the scenes of the Captain America vs Captain America fight from Avengers: Endgame below. Read More »

aladdin clip

Before Aladdin was released theaters earlier this year to the tune of $1 billion worldwide, it seemed odd to pair director Guy Ritchie with the remake of the Middle Eastern-set Disney animated classic. But once the star Mena Massoud started crooning the lines to “One Jump Ahead,” it all immediately became clear. The stylish filmmaker, best known for his rapid-fire dialogue and editing combined with artful slow and fast-motion, put all of his techniques on display in the sequence for “One Jump Ahead,” which follows the titular street rat as he and an undercover Princess Jasmine (Naomi Scott) evade capture through the streets of Agrabah.

/Film has an exclusive Aladdin clip showcasing the techniques in this sequence, ahead of the film’s upcoming Digital and Blu-ray release. Watch the Aladdin clip below.

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Make-Up Featurette

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark has an intimdating legacy to live up to. The collection of horror stories by Alvin Schwartz has been beloved by nearly four decades of children, with tales that are terrifying enough to be kid friendly but also bring a fright. A big part of what made these books so successful (and controversial) are the inky, grotesque illustrations by Stephen Gammell, and the crew of the film adaptation went to great lengths to recreate those illustrations in real life. You can see how they did it with the character known as “The Corpse” in the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark make-up featurette below. Read More »

good boys featurette

The kids aren’t all right in Good Boys, but the adults aren’t much better. A new Good Boys featurette introduces us to the grown-ups of the Gene Stupnitsky comedy starring Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon, and Keith L. Williams as a trio of three sixth-graders who get in over their heads after getting invited to a “kissing party.” Along the way, they run into all sorts of obstacles, including a few familiar faces in the comedy world. Meet the grown-ups in the new Good Boys featurette below.

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brightburn 2

Brightburn is a surprisingly nasty superhero horror film that asks: “What if Superman was a total psycho?” The James Gunn-produced film hits digital this week, and we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the special features that zeros in on the human family trying to raise a super-powered alien.

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the terror infamy featurette

The Terror: Infamy introduces audiences to a whole new group of characters who find themselves in peril. Set during World War II, Infamy follows a Japanese-American community dealing with both paranormal happenings and the disturbing realities of the Japenese internment camps the United States government set up after Pearl Harbor. A new The Terror Infamy featurette introduces you to the many characters you’ll meet on the AMC series this season.

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blinded by the light featurette

The music of Bruce Springsteen plays a major role in Blinded by the Light, which means that if the Boss said “No way” to the use of his songs, the filmmakers would’ve been in trouble. Luckily, Springsteen was happy to let Blinded by the Light use many of his signature tunes, resulting in a movie that’s bound to be a crowd-please. The Blinded by the Light featurette below reveals how the filmmakers managed to get Springsteen’s blessing.

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It Chapter Two featurette

A fantastic new It Chapter Two featurette delves into the highly-anticipated horror sequel, promising to both crank-up the horror and to tell a story that gives you all the feels, as the kids say. Plus: director Andy Muschietti reveals that Stephen King requested the creation of an entirely new scene – one not in the source material – for the film.

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Avengers Endgame New Thor Featurette

Avengers: Endgame is available today on digital download, allowing fans to revisit their favorite parts of the movie over and over again. After landing at the top of the box office charts as the highest grossing movie of all-time, the movie is now Fandango’s most pre-ordered title in the company’s history. But if you’re holding out for the physical media release on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray or DVD, we have a peek at one of the special features you’ll get, and it shows Chris Hemsworth suiting up as the new Thor. Read More »