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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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Michael Douglas Is Hank Pym

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2014
Ant-Man just received another segment of his body as Disney/Marvel announced that Michael Douglas will be playing Hank Pym, the scientist who becomes an insect superhero for their “Ant-Man” movie. Paul Rudd will play Ant-Man while Douglas will play Pym, his scientist alter-ego. “Ant-Man” is currently scheduled for release on July 31, 2015 release.
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Sorry Charlie, 3D Tuna Beret Is Starkist's Newest Creation

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2014
The old hipster Charlie would have understood, because he was always being admonished – “Sorry Charlie, Starkist doesn’t want tunas with good taste, Starkist wants tunas that taste good!” – but this new hipster 3D animated hipster version of Charlie Starkist has created for their newest spokestuna? Well, the housewives seem impressed – but that’s […]

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Review: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 2: The Mutation Situation' UK Premiere

by Grant Whiteon January 13, 2014
Back in late 2012 I had the privilege to review ‘Rise of the Turtles’, the two part opener to Nickelodeon’s revived take on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The past year has seen the show enjoy great ratings and toy sales on both sides of the Atlantic. I’ve stuck by the show and although it’s been […]
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"Frozen" Bounces Back to Top Box Office Spot in Week 6

by Ed Liuon January 6, 2014
Disney’s Frozen made a surprisingly strong showing in its sixth weekend of release, with $20.7 million (estimated) in ticket sales moving it back to the top spot at the box office ahead of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (which had grossed more than Frozen at the box office since the latter film’s release on […]

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"Big Hero 6" Picks Up Chris Williams as Co-Director, Roy Conli as Producer

by Ed Liuon January 2, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter notes that Chris Williams has joined Don Hall as co-director for Walt Disney Feature Animation’s Big Hero 6, and has also named Roy Conli as a new producer for the film. Williams co-directed and co-wrote 2008’s Bolt, and also has writing credits on Mulan, The Emperor’s New Groove, and Brother Bear. Conli was […]
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TNT Gets Desolation Rights

by Alex Beanon December 27, 2013
Even though people are still watching “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” on the big screen this weekend, TNT will not be left aside like a snoozing dragon and has gobbled up the television rights for the second film in the most recent Hobbit trilogy. The first film in the trilogy – “The Hobbit: An […]

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Anubis Moves Two Years Down The Road

by Alex Beanon December 20, 2013
“Anubis”, the animated movie from 20th Century Fox based on the 2006 novel “The Anubis Tapestry: Between Twilights” by Bruce Zick has been moved back two years from its original Summer 2016 release date. The as-yet-uncasted film tells the story of an archeologist who is on the business end of a mummy’s curse, sending him […]
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Ant Man Finally Comes To The Marvel Picnic

by Alex Beanon December 20, 2013
After many months of vigorous speculation about just who will play the ant in the upcoming “Antman” movie, Marvel finally withdrew their picnic blanket of secrecy and revealed that Paul Rudd will be playing the role of Henry Pym, a scientist who – through the use of special Pym Particles [not available at CostCo] – […]