VFX Artists React to Honey I Shrunk the Kids

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)

In this edition, see what the visual effects artists at Corridor Crew think of shrunken scenes in movies like Honey, Shrunk the Kids and Ant-Man. Plus, get a breakdown of the minefield scene from F9, the latest installment of the Fast and Furious saga. And finally, crack up with Kevin Hart as he messes up some takes from the family dramedy Fatherhood on Netflix. Read More »

Fatherhood Trailer

Normally when you see Kevin Hart‘s name attached to a movie, it’s pretty much a guarantee that things are going to get loud and silly. That’s actually what I expected from the upcoming movie Fatherhood, which Sony Pictures sold off to Netflix earlier this year. But now that the first Fatherhood trailer has arrived, it’s clear that this will not only be one of Kevin Hart’s more reserved efforts, but it actually looks rather touching and charming. Read More »

Netflix 2021 Summer Movies List

This morning, Netflix released their 2021 Summer Movie Preview, featuring the first footage from over 30 movies that will be released between April and August. Since there are so many movies, we wanted to make sure you knew as much as possible about them ahead of time, so we’ve rounded up some trailers, first look images, synopses, and all the information you need to know about the full roster of Netflix 2021 summer movies. So let’s get to it. Read More »

Netflix 2021 Summer Movie Preview

Netflix has a lot of money to throw around. In fact, they have roughly $17 billion that they’re spending on content for their streaming library in 2021 alone. That would explain how they’re packing the summer movie season with over 30 movies from the end of April through August.

The Netflix Summer Movie Preview has just been released, featuring footage from the many releases that audiences will hopefully be eager to check out this season. On top of new glimpses of  Zack Snyder‘s zombie heist movie Army of the Dead, the thriller The Woman in the Window, and the outstanding animated sci-fi adventure The Mitchells vs. The Machines, there are sneak peeks of the documentary Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed, the horror franchise Fear Street Trilogy, Liam Neeson in action mode again in The Ice Road, and some kind of wild, animated founding fathers revisionist history movie called America: The Motion Picture, produced by Phil Lord & Chris Miller. Read More »

Fatherhood Netflix

Fatherhood, a Paul Weitz-directed pic starring Kevin Hart, is headed to Netflix on Father’s Day. The project was originally set up at Sony Pictures, and has had its release date shuffled around more than once. Netflix stepped in and bought the worldwide rights for the movie, and will now premiere it in June. Higher Ground Productions, the banner created by Barack and Michelle Obama, will present the film alongside Netflix and Sony.

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Sony PIctures

After pushing back both Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Sony Pictures has also shuffled around a bunch of other upcoming release dates for movies slated to come out this year and through 2021. Some of the movies hopping around the theatrical release calendar include Phil Lord and Chris Miller‘s animated family adventure Connected, the sequel to Escape Room, Adam Sandler‘s animated Hotel Transylvania 4, the long-gestating adaptation of the video game Uncharted, and more. Read More »