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Spider-Man: Homecoming Virtual Reality Trailer

by Alex Beanon June 17, 2017
Tom Holland – who plays Spider-Man – escorts you through the virtual reality trailer for the upcoming [release date: July 7, 2017] “Spider-Man: Homecoming” movie… Be our first to comment

Philharmonia Orchestra Reveal Trailer

by Alex Beanon May 20, 2017
This probably will not sell well with the “Dick Wilde” crowd, but you can’t blame PlayStation for trying to appeal to all sorts of people with their reveal trailer for their “Philharmonia Orchestra” 360-degree 3D video on PlayStation VR… Be our first to comment

The Boss Baby

“Smurfs” Underperforms at the Box Office as “Boss Baby” Takes Top Spot for Second Week

by Ed Liuon April 10, 2017
DreamWorks Animation SKG’s The Boss Baby has topped the box office charts in its second week of release with an estimated $26.3 million in ticket sales, bringing its domestic total just short of $90 million. The Boss Baby held off a challenge in the family film market by Sony Pictures Animation’s Smurfs: The Lost Village, […]

LEGO’s Simon Lucas Talks “Ninjago” At BAFTA Kids Premiere of Season Seven

by Grant Whiteon April 3, 2017
Following the BAFTA screening of the first two episodes of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu season seven, presenter Nigel Clarke interviewed LEGO’s Simon Lucas about his career, ninja and the future. Simon serves as Senior Creative Director on the Ninjago brand, a role that sees him liaise with parties including toy designers, script writers and […]

Review: “The Boss Baby” Stands on Its Own Two Feet

by Christopher Glennonon March 31, 2017
Babies are loud, irrational, and demanding of time. A stereotypical boss is loud, irrational, and demanding of time. A baby runs a household just like a boss runs a company. You know what would be funny? If a baby actually dressed and acted like a boss but was still a baby. That’s the thought process […]
Star Wars Rebels

Star Wars Rebels Renewed For Season Four

by Peter Paltridgeon March 6, 2017
Fans of Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels have been bracing themselves for the end. The producers have made comments in the past about a planned ending, the storyline has been getting closer to the Rebellion as we saw it in the 1977 movie, and Disney just filed a trademark for something called “Star Wars Rivals.” […]

Oscar Nominated Shorts 2017

Review: The 2017 Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts

by slaion February 23, 2017
This year’s animated shorts, presented in theaters and online by ShortsHD, features mostly a somber mix of animated tales with just the one exception from Pixar. There was also another R-rated short among the nominees, which again was screened last for the younger audience to leave beforehand. I’m not sure this year’s mix would entertain […]
The LEGO Batman Movie

Review: “The LEGO Batman Movie” – Bet On Black (& Yellow)

by Grant Whiteon February 4, 2017
The LEGO Movie was a surprise hit in 2014, with no one expecting the witty, heartfelt tale laced with political commentary that we got. Who would have expected a film based on a toy line to be so critical of consumer culture? The film’s success led to the swift announcement of sequels and spin offs, […]

Kubo and the Two Strings

Kubo, Moana & Zootopia Nominated For Oscars

by Peter Paltridgeon January 24, 2017
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has released its official nominations list for this year’s Oscars, and between the 874th and 875th mentions of La La Land you can find a short list for Best Animated Feature. DreamWorks Animation was completely shut out, and those jabbering yellow things never even got through the […]
Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart is the New Number 2 in Sony’s “The Emoji Movie”

by Ed Liuon January 20, 2017
Sony Pictures Animation presented their upcoming features at a presentation on Wednesday, revealing that Sir Patrick Stewart will be playing the role of the Poop Emoji in The Emoji Movie. Yes, really. His casting overshadowed the other new cast member announcements of new cast members Jennifer Coolidge, Maya Rudolph, and Jake T. Austin. Previously announced […]