Walt Disney Animation Has Found Its Own John Ratzenberger-Style Good Luck Charm
Pixar is well-known for including all kinds of Easter Eggs in their films, but certainly one of the most notable is the consistent presence of actor John Ratzenberger. What you may not know is that the folks over at Walt Disney Animation Studios have spent the last few years cultivating a good luck charm of their very own.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-12-01
5 Supporting Characters The Aquaman Movie Needs To Add
While Aquaman doesnít have the biggest supporting cast in the DC universe, there are a few important characters who would be great choices to add to his movie. These are the folks important in his life who we think should included in Aquaman for key roles.
to Adam Holmes 2015-12-01
Zoolander Was Supposed To Die In This Hilarious Alternate Ending
Comedies are meant to make people laugh. Death is rarely funny. These two rules of movie making mean that very rarely do you see lead characters get killed at the end of comedies. That doesnít mean that some people donít try.
to Dirk Libbey 2015-12-01
How Leia Has Changed Leading Into Star Wars: The Force Awakens
One of the great, mostly unanswerable, questions of life is that nature vs. nurture. Are we a product of the lives we leave or is there an aspect to each of us that we are born with? Does our experience change us, or do we simply become the person we were always meant to be?
to Dirk Libbey 2015-12-01
Tom Holland's Secret Weapon In His Spider-Man Audition Reel
Tom Holland really wanted to be Spider-Man. No, he really wanted to be Spider-Man. The man has been a workout fiend for months as he gets himself in the correct physical form to play the part.
to Dirk Libbey 2015-12-01
The Martian Is Still Quietly Printing Money, Get The Details
While The Martian might be winding down at the domestic box office, the international side of the market is just warming up to the Matt Damon vehicle. In particular, one country is raking in a sizable amount in its first weekend showing the film.
to Mike Reyes 2015-12-01
How Gods Of Egypt Is Dealing With Allegations Of Racism
Hollywood has a long history of casting white actors in roles that should, arguably, go to actors of other ethnicities. Every time it happens people complain and get unsatisfactory answers. This time, though, one of these complaints has actually gotten an apologetic response.
to Adrienne Jones 2015-12-01
What One Female Director Wants To Do With Captain Marvel
With Captain Marvel's introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe waiting in the wings, fans are waiting to see how the story of Carol Danvers will be translated to the silver screen. One director has some ideas, and she shares them inside.
to Mike Reyes 2015-12-01
Watch Superman Unmask The Batman In Moody Dawn Of Justice Footage
The last time we saw a trailer for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was this summer at San Diego Comic-Con. Fans have been eager for another look at the movie, and their wish was finally fulfilled tonight during the Gotham Season 2 midseason finale. Check it out the latest sneak peek at the 2016 blockbuster showing Batman and Superman in a uncomfortable situation.
to Adam Holmes 2015-12-01
The Touching True Story Behind One Star Wars Droid And A Little Girl With Cancer
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has inspired many fans to do many tremendous things for those in their numbers who are ailing. This most recent display is one that's about to make franchise history, as a little droid protector is about to make the leap onto the screen.
to Mike Reyes 2015-12-01
How Star Wars Fact Checks While Making Movies
J.J Abrams admitted that he turned to a particularly nerdy employee at Lucasfilm to help him with any fact checking all things Star Wars for The Force Awakens.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-12-01
Captain America: Civil War Already Shattering World Records
These days, movie trailers get almost as much hype as many movies, and though it just came out, it didn't take long for our first look at Captain America: Civil War to break an impressive world record.
to Brent McKnight 2015-12-01
What The Green Lantern Reboot Will Actually Be About
DC's upcoming The Green Lantern reboot has been tantalizingly teased as "Lethal Weapon in space," and it could even star more than one Green Lantern.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-11-30
7 X-Men Side Characters The Franchise Needs To Keep Using
The X-Men franchise is about to enter a new phase, but that doesnít mean all the older characters should be tossed aside in favor of new ones. Take a look at the supporting mutants we think should be kept around for the foreseeable future.
to Adam Holmes 2015-11-30
Why The First Star Wars: The Force Awakens Screening Was Horrifying
There's a lot of pressure on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and J.J. Abrams feels that as a fan and a filmmaker. He was so nervous about showing the film off for the first time that he called the whole experience "horrifying."
to Brent McKnight 2015-11-30
How George Lucas Really Feels About Star Wars Now That It's Not His
George Lucas admitted that it's going to be very weird to see a Star Wars film for the first time without being involved in the production. He even compared the experience to a painful divorce.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-11-30
What Anchorman 3 Could Be About, According To Adam McKay
After taking on the local news game and tackling the rise of the 24-hour cable news cycle, writer/director Adam McKay has some ideas about where Ron Burgundy could go for Anchorman 3.
to Brent McKnight 2015-11-30
What Star-Lord Originally Looked Like In Guardians Of The Galaxy
None other than writer and director James Gunn has once again taken to social medial to give fans a look at an early version of Star-Lord's Guardians Of The Galaxy's mask.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-11-30
Why Daniel Radcliffe Already Is Jealous Of Eddie Redmayne's Harry Potter Spinoff
Daniel Radcliffe will forever be associated with the Harry Potter franchise. It doesnít matter how many other movies he makes or what else he does. With a new movie set in the same world on itís way there are a few different ways you might expect Radcliffe to react.
to Dirk Libbey 2015-11-30
Shallow Hal Star Joshua Shintani Dead At 32
Though he only ever appeared in a single movie, Joshua Shintani left a big impression on many viewers. Best known for a small role in the Farrelly Brothersí 2001 comedy Shallow Hal, Shintani passed away last week at the tragically young age of 32.
to Brent McKnight 2015-11-30
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