We know Frozen's gotten a lot of hype since its release last year, but we just can't let it go. Not even in summer. Sorry. Apparently, Disney's not ready to let Frozen go either, as they've announced the return of Frozen's Anna and Elsa for a new animated short, titled Frozen Fever. We have details and some speculation about what it'll be about and when we'll see it...
Here's a fact that I only just learned today: directors David Zucker, Jerry Zucker, and Jim Abrahams all originally hail from the great state of Wisconsin. By itself, this probably can't even be qualified as "fun" trivia, but it does create a bit of context for this new Airplane!-themed ad put together to try and help increase tourism in the Badger State:
Tom Hiddleston's Loki isn't a titular lead in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, instead losing the spotlight to both Chris Hemsworth's Thor and the collective Avengers, but some fans don't seem to think that's really fair. Hence why we now have the "feature" below, which is a re-edited cut of Thor, The Avengers and Thor: The Dark World called Loki: Brother of Thor:
Maybe you've been to a marathon screening of each Lord of the Rings movie. But you've never been to one like this. Lincoln Center in New York City has played host to stage productions, movie shoots, concerts and operas, but next spring, it's symphony space will be home to The Lord of the Rings in Concert for just five days
On its opening weekend, Edge Of Tomorrow (yes, that's the title we're sticking with) got its ass kicked byThe Fault In Our Stars. Already, everyone was jumping on the train blaming the film's title, marketing campaign, and even Warner Bros itself for the film's apparent failure at the box office this past June. However, in a year of weak numbers all around, perhaps it's time to re-examine Edge Of Tomorrow's box office profile. Especially today.
Movies are complicated creations that can change dramatically from the first draft of a script to the film's final cut. And one of these changes for Guardians of the Galaxy is pictured right here.
Fire up the DeLorean, because we’re about to go back in time with Secret Cinema’s just announced LA screening of Back to the Future! The company has revealed plans to bring the popular event to Los Angeles just in time for the film’s 30th anniversary next year.
If there’s any truth to the old saw about the value of first impressions, then Monsters: The Dark Continent appears to be in extremely good shape. Green’s film looks to be completely different tonally than Edwards’ original offering, upping the level of action, the size of the cast, and the sheer number of monsters shown on the screen. You know what they say about sequels – go bigger or don’t bother.
If critical and audience reception of the film is any indication, then most of us will agree that Dave Bautista truly killed it in his performance as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy. But in the months before Bautista signed on for the role, Marvel Studios was actually looking at someone else for the role: Jason Momoa.
To pay tribute to the star whose name is Hawaiian for "cool breeze over the mountains," we've come up with five ways to toast the wonder that is Keanu Reeves.
The Imitation Game held its world premiere over the Labor Day weekend at the Telluride Film Festival, and emerged from the festivities as the hottest title in a prestigious group.
Aquaman fans, your tired, downtrodden road to a movie adaptation is almost at its glorious end. If this latest news is true, Warner Bros is more than serious about bringing the man who would be king to the big screen in the near future.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors confessed that Jeremy Renner was initially supposed to have a pretty thrilling part to play in the sequel. However, it's one that not even the DVD release will show you, though a commentary track alludes to it.
There are no shortage of reasons to take a trip to Australia – from swimming in the crystal clear waters near the Great Barrier Reef to cuddling up kangaroos and koalas, the country is a tourist’s dream destination. If that all sounds a little too pedestrian for you, then perhaps a vacation built around exploring the Mad Max 2 Museum is more your speed.
As we transition from the summer season to the fall, our minds start to drift away from blockbusters like Guardians and on to the annual awards race. But why do they have to exist separately? Can’t we keep talking about Guardians of the Galaxy as we talk about Oscar contenders?