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Evan Peters Is Quicksilver For X-Men: Days of Future Past

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2013
Evan Peters [“American Horror Story” and “Kick-Ass”] is all set to become Quicksilver in the upcoming “X-Men“ Days of Future Past” Quicksilver is the speedy son of villain Magneto and who later becomes a member of the Avengers along with his sister, Scarlet Witch – all setting up a rather provocative scenario for the upcoming […]
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School Of Good And Evil Gets More Financial Aid

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2013
The newly released book, “The School of Good and Evil” – the first of an intended trilogy by Soman Chainani – had its film rights acquired by Roth Films [“Oz The Great and Powerful”] last week and now Universal Pictures has stepped up as distributor in a seven figure deal with Roth Films. The book […]

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Final Man Of Steel Trailer – A Nod To Zod

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2013
General Zod [Michael Shannon] gives the people of Earth 24 hours to cough up Kal El – otherwise known as Superman [Henry Cavill] – to him because he’s traveled all this way [“across an ocean of stars”] and he’s not going home empty-handed just because a bunch of puny Earthlings have decided they like have […]
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“Simpsons” Scriptwriter Jon Vitti Takes on Angry Birds

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2013
The Angry Birds movie received a major boost when it was announced that Jon Vitti was hired to write the screenplay for the upcoming animated feature film based on the popular video game. Vitti is an animated industry veteran and has written five episodes of King of the Hill, 25 episodes of The Simpsons as […]

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Is There Any Justice In This World?

by Alex Beanon May 22, 2013
For what seems like years going on eons, the specter of a possible “Justice League” feature film has hovered above Earth, preparing to pounce with typical movie blockbuster power. But for a multitude of reasons – at least one of them being the fact that Disney’s purchase and subsequent empowering of Marvel Comics allowed Marvel […]
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Review: Amusing Silliness in “LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite”

by Ed Liuon May 22, 2013
Back in 2009, Batman: The Brave and the Bold parodied the reaction of a particular brand of Batman fan in the episode “Legends of the Dark Mite!”, with a tirade about how Batman is best suited in a role of “gritty, urban crime detective” and going on to rant about the show’s specific brand of […]

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The Wolverine’s Worst Nightmare

by Alex Beanon May 21, 2013
It’s bad enough that the Wolverine [played by Hugh Jackman] had to kill Jean Grey [Famke Janssen] in their last X-Men flick spent together – now he has to relive that painful memory all over again in the first few seconds of the newest trailer released for the upcoming film “The Wolverine”. Jackman has sprouted […]
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New Clip and Stills Released for “LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite”; Available Now

by Ed Liuon May 21, 2013
Warner Bros Home Entertainment has released a new video clip and stills from LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite, a new direct-to-video feature from Tt Animation and Warner Bros. that is a tie-in to the popular video game. The clip features Robin (voiced by Charlie Schlatter) giving chase to Catwoman: Click any thumbnail […]

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PR: First-Time Voices Set New Action-Packed Hilarious Tone for “LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite”

by Ed Liuon May 20, 2013
FIRST-TIME VOICES OF BATMAN, SUPERMAN & JOKER SET NEW ACTION-PACKED, HILARIOUS TONE FOR LEGO BATMAN: THE MOVIE – DC SUPERHEROES UNITE Troy Baker, Travis Willingham, Christopher Corey Smith & Charlie Schlatter take on iconic roles for new animated film coming to Blu-ray on May 21 The first day on a job is never easy. It […]
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Briefly: Animated Feature Oscar Rules Change; Spanish Animation Growing Globally; “Hero of Color City” at Cannes

by Ed Liuon May 20, 2013
Variety reports a change in the rules for the Best Animated Feature Film Academy Award that one recipient will be a producer on the winning film. Typically, two people are given the award, with the new rules stating that one be a producer and the other a director “and/or key creative individual.” In the event […]