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The Touching Reason Elsa Was Made A Hero In Frozen
Before the film opened, there were grumblings about how far Disney's creative team had strayed from the inspiration for their latest Disney princess feature. In Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," the titular frosty royal was a villain. So how did Frozen's Queen Elsa turn out to be a hero? It's actually a touching story.
robert%20rodriguez Kristy Puchko 2014-10-21
Interstellar Apparently Is Great, Read The Over-The-Top Praise Here
With a press junket on tap for this coming weekend, and a few additional screenings in the pipeline, the movie is starting to show for select groups… and word on the film’s impact is starting to leak across the Web.
robert%20rodriguez Sean O'Connell 2014-10-21
The Dead Rising: Watchtower Movie Is Coming, And This Is Who It'll Star
You might know Dead Rising as a video game where players are charged with surviving a world ruled by zombies relentlessly on the hunt for human flesh! Well, prepare to know Dead Rising as the beginning of a franchise that's looking to blend horror and humor.
robert%20rodriguez Kristy Puchko 2014-10-21
Here's How Paul Rudd And Adam McKay Changed Edgar Wright's Ant-Man Script
If you've been looking for a reason to get excited about Ant-Man, then look no further! Adam McKay spoke to the script work he had been brought in to do, and not only does it sound fun, but Paul Rudd's contributions sound killer as well!
robert%20rodriguez Mike Reyes 2014-10-21
This Beloved Lord Of The Rings Actor Will Be In The Hobbit 3
Just when you thought The Hobbit couldn't fit any more cast members from The Lord Of The Rings, one more has jumped aboard for one last song.
robert%20rodriguez Mike Reyes 2014-10-21
Noah Was Probably Hoping To Earn More Awards Than This
The Humane Society of the United States is proud to announce that Darren Aronofsky will be honored with their inaugural Humane Filmmaker award at the organization's “To the Rescue! New York 2014” benefit gala on Friday, November 21 at Cipriani in New York City.
robert%20rodriguez Kristy Puchko 2014-10-21
Skyline Is Definitely Getting A Sequel, Here's Who Is Starring
How do you make a sequel to Skyline? Apparently by starting from scratch with a whole new cast.
robert%20rodriguez Kristy Puchko 2014-10-21
Hunger Games: Watch Gale Complain About Peeta In This New Footage
So, Katniss. What are you going to do? So many of your moves have been made to keep Peeta alive. Is his rescue the spark that this Mockingjay needs to kick start the pending revolution?
robert%20rodriguez Sean O'Connell 2014-10-21
What Lynda Carter Wants To See In The New Wonder Woman Movie
Lynda Carter still stands as the de facto representation of the warrior princess, even though it has been roughly 35 years since the actress last portrayed Wonder Woman in any function of note. So it’s to Carter we turn when we wonder how Wonder Woman should be portrayed on screen in the developing DC universe, and the actress has some great thoughts.
robert%20rodriguez Sean O'Connell 2014-10-21
Watch Sir Ian McKellen Go Full Gandalf To Inspire These Kids As They Prepare For Exams
The legendary actor was present on the school’s campus to celebrate “the tremendous work the Equalities Team [has] been doing for more than a year now in promoting human rights, opposing bullying and in particular challenging homophobic language and behaviour in school,” according to the Chew Valley Web site.
robert%20rodriguez Sean O'Connell 2014-10-21
Exodus: Gods And Kings Has A Stupidly Long Runtime
Not too long ago, we thought that Interstellar was going to be one of the longest movie released this year. Not that there's anything wrong with a long movie, but depending on what you're going to see, your interpretation of what constitutes as "long" will vary. That having been said, we've now got a new candidate for the longest film in 2014, as well as the film that will most likely divide the audience in two. That movie is Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods And Kings.
robert%20rodriguez Mike Reyes 2014-10-20
The Unusual Request Stephen Hawking Had For His Biopic
Eddie Redmayne did a great deal of preparation for his role in the upcoming Stephen Hawking biopic, The Theory Of Everything. After studying ALS patients and working with a choreographer, the Les Miserables star practiced to perform Hawking's many phases of degeneration in body and voice - as per Hawking's suggestions of slurring his voice. This realism worried the film's producers about the inevitability of subtitles – but it was ultimately decided that there was something bigger and more important at stake with the performance.
robert%20rodriguez Mike Reyes 2014-10-20
The Reason Why Step Brothers 2 Will Almost Certainly Happen At Some Point
Adam McKay has confirmed that plans are still afoot for Step Brothers 2 - but he has warned that it might take some time for it to actually materialize.
robert%20rodriguez Gregory Wakeman 2014-10-20
This Short Horror Film Will Creep You Out In 60 Seconds
Much it is for comedy, brevity is a friend of horror. It's a genre where punchiness is key, and that's extremely difficult in movies that go over the 120 minute mark. With that in mind, I present you a new horror short called Tuck Me In - which is based on a two-sentence long scary story and clocks in at a tight 60 seconds long:
robert%20rodriguez Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
Cabin Fever Is Getting Remade Under These Bizarre Circumstances
You may not have noticed unless you're a true horror geek, but in the last decade Eli Roth's Cabin Fever has actually developed into its own franchise. Rather than moving forward, however, it now seems that the series is taking a step backwards, as it has been announced that the Eli Roth original is getting remade - but with an extra special twist.
robert%20rodriguez Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
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