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Grinch Back To His Grinchy Tricks

by Alex Beanon January 15, 2014
The classic Dr. Seuss “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” morphed from Theodore Geisel’s children’s book to an animated holiday classic in 1966 then to a full-fledged live-action CGI feature film directed by Ron Howard and starring Jim Carrey in 2000 and now will be “re-imagined” for animated attempt at a feature film in 2017. Universal […]
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Despicable Me 3 Set For 2017

by Alex Beanon January 15, 2014
The Minions will be back, as will Gru in “Despicable Me 3” – the third film in what has proven to be a lucrative franchise [the second film just opened in China on its way to making a $1 billion worldwide gross] – although it will not be for three more years. In addition, Illumination […]

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All Hail The Kingsley

by Alex Beanon January 15, 2014
Marvel’s one shot “All Hail The King” – stars Ben Kingsley reprising his role as Trevor Slattery from “Iron Man 3″ and granting a prison interview in the 14-minute film that is intended to be an epilogue to IM3 and a sort of bridge to another film. The one minute snippet of the upcoming 14-minute […]
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Kretschmann Is The Baron In Age Of Ultron

by Alex Beanon January 15, 2014
The cast is beginning to fill out for Disney/Marvel’s “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” as Thomas Kretschmann [“Wanted”] has been announced for the role of the villain Baron Wolfgang von Strucker – a former Nazi who wears Satan’s Claw on one hand [a device allowing him to emit electric shocks], maintains peak physical form due […]

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2014 Best Animated Short Candidates: "Requiem for Romance"

by Ed Liuon January 15, 2014
Requiem for Romance from Jonathan Ng on Vimeo.
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More Apes In 2016

by Alex Beanon January 15, 2014
As has become the custom lately, movie studios are announcing future sequels before the previous sequels are even released and the rebooted “Planet of the Apes” series is no different as the third film in the rebooted franchise was announced by Fox to be on its way in two years’ time. The second film in […]

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Sakura Has Full Lupin Plates

by Alex Beanon January 14, 2014
If you are one of the lucky residents of the town of Sakura in Japan this month, then you don’t need to be told what to get excited about, but for those not currently residing under a Japanese rock, Sakura has been awarded 3000 limited edition motorcycle license plates bearing the image of anime superstar […]
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Constantine Gets Pilot License

by Alex Beanon January 14, 2014
Chain-smoking, cursing, trenchcoat-wearing supernatural detective John Constantine is getting his own pilot episode at NBC television. The comic book detective who began life at Vertigo before moving over to DC Comics is the creation of Alan Moore but the pilot will be written by David Goyer, a writer on all three of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman” […]

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Archer – White Elephant – Season 5, Episode 1

by Alex Beanon January 14, 2014
Synopsis: Due to Malory’s lack of organizational sense, she has failed to register ISIS as a pseudo-spy agency with teh government and the FBI raids the ISIS headquarters, arrests everybody, hauls them down to interrogation and takes away their license to act as a pseudo-spy agency – but they still have that ton of cocaine, […]