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Harrison Ford Joins Old Geezers 3, Er, “Expendables 3” Cast

by Alex Beanon August 9, 2013
As if the film series did not already have their federally mandated allotment of past their prime action hero stars from the past, the cast of the upcoming sequel “Expendables 3” will be joined by 71-year-old former action hero movie star Harrison Ford. Ford will be replacing another old geezer, Bruce Willis, in joining a […]

Mission: Impossible 5 Has A Director

by Alex Beanon August 7, 2013
Your mission, should you decide to accept it – direct Tom Cruise again in “Mission: Impossible 5”. That is the mission and Christopher McQuarrie has accepted it. McQuarrie directed Cruise in the recent “Jack Reacher” film and also directed the non-Tom Cruise film “The Way of the Gun” [which was a flop in 2000] but […]

PR: “The Jungle Book” and “Sleeping Beauty” Get Disney Blu-ray Diamond Editions in 2014

by Ed Liuon August 6, 2013
TWO ANIMATED CLASSICS AWAKEN TO SPECTACULAR NEW LIFE IN 2014… THE JUNGLE BOOK & SLEEPING BEAUTY AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER AS PART OF DISNEY’S PRESTIGIOUS BLU-RAY™ DIAMOND EDITION COLLECTION Burbank, Calif., August 2, 2013 – The Walt Disney Studios is pleased to announce the addition of animated classics THE JUNGLE BOOK and SLEEPING […]

Toonzone Interviews Actor Roger Craig Smith on Being Captain America and Ripslinger

by Ed Liuon August 6, 2013
I think I have reached some kind of grown-up milestone, because actor Roger Craig Smith has provided the voice for three extremely high-profile video game characters and I haven’t played any of the games he’s been in. Since launching his voiceover career from his work in stand-up comedy, Roger Craig Smith has been Sonic the […]

Manga UK To Coordinate Mass “Naruto Shippuden Movie 3” Viewing Over Twitter

by Grant Whiteon August 5, 2013
In celebration of the 12th August UK DVD and Blu-ray release of Naruto Shippuden Movie 3: The Will Of Fire, Manga Entertainment UK will be coordinating a mass ‘tweet along’ viewing of the film on Thursday 15th August at 7pm UK time.  Fans can use the hash tag #WillOfFire to discuss the film during the […]

Ellen DeGeneres Is 2014 Oscar Host

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2013
There probably won’t be a song about boobs as it became official with Ellen DeGeneres being announced as the host of the 2014 Academy Award telecast. DeGeneres hosted the movie industry award show extravaganza once before in 2007 and will be returning in 2014, replacing last year’s one-and-done host, Seth MacFarlane, who infamously opened the […]

Monster Trucks Set For Crushing Big Screen Debut

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2013
Paramount Animation has given the green light to a combination live action/animated movie centered around monster trucks and to be directed by Chris Wedge [“Ice Age” and, more recently, “Epic”]. The film will have a $100 million budget could have a “Transformers”-style scenario as it becomes the first animated feature film focused on monster trucks […]

Review: “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” – Dystopia Never Looked So Good

by Ed Liuon August 5, 2013
I distinctly remember the moment when Disney’s Aladdin completely sold me: when the thought flashed through my head, “Oh yeah, Robin Williams is in this movie, too, isn’t he?” when his casting as the Genie was the major reason why I had gone to see the movie in the first place. A similar thing happens […]

Future Spotlight: The Nut Job

by Joshua Baileyon August 2, 2013
It’s been said that the movie industry today is bigger than it has ever been. Budgets are growing exponentially, while in many cases a $40,000,000 opening weekend is considered to be a failure. I know there’s solid reasoning behind such claims, but I can’t help but wonder if there’s really a point in having such […]

The Return Of Sharknado: Sharknado’s Revenge

by Alex Beanon August 1, 2013
When “Sharknado” – SyFy’s original film mocking a combination of bad science fiction movies and bad acting – debuted earlier this month, it was met with an overwhelming positive reaction that created a perfect Twitter storm of Ed Wood-type love and gore. SyFy was so pleased with the response that they ran a repeat of […]