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Alfred Left Batman’s Lobster Thermidor In The Fridge In LEGO Batman Trailer

Alfred Left Batman’s Lobster Thermidor In The Fridge In LEGO Batman Trailer

by Alex Beanon March 24, 2016
If there is one – no, two – important elements to take from the new LEGO Batman trailer, it is this. 1] Alfred left Batman’s lobster thermidor in the fridge and 2] LEGO Batman releases on February 10, 2017
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Batman V Superman Will Have An R-Rated Cut, But Is It Necessary?

by Peter Paltridgeon March 18, 2016
When Batman V Superman is released on home video later this year, there will be a special edition that’s a whopping 30 minutes longer (bringing the runtime to three hours) and it will boast an R rating, instead of the theatrical cut’s PG-13. Undoubtedly a response to Fox’s Deadpool, but people might be curious what […]

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The Little Prince Has A New Distributor: Netflix

by Peter Paltridgeon March 17, 2016
As we reported two days ago, the award-winning, critically praised animated film The Little Prince was set to make its US debut this weekend, courtesy of Paramount…until Paramount bailed at the very last second, for reasons that are still not explained. This left the movie open for another distributor to take, and today The Hollywood […]
Catch The Mystique In This New X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer

Catch The Mystique In This New X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon March 17, 2016
Another day, another new superhero movie trailer. The universe that was somewhat rebooted in X-Men: First Class expands in X-Men: Apocalypse. The titular supervillain, resurrected from a distant past, believes himself to be a god and world domination is his goal. Only a garishly blue, cat-eyed Jennifer Lawrence and her crew of inhumans mutants can […]

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Yes, It’s True — Indiana Jones 5 Is Real

by Peter Paltridgeon March 15, 2016
Apologies for being a bit late with this one — it’s already all over the Net, but here it is again for the seven or so who didn’t know yet: Indiana Jones 5 was confirmed this afternoon by Alan Horn, chairman of Walt Disney Studios. It’s not a surprise that Indiana Jones is coming back […]
The Peanuts Movie

Review: “The Peanuts Movie” – You’re Great in CGI, Charlie Brown!

by Ed Liuon March 15, 2016
There’s a scene in Charade when Audrey Hepburn’s character tells Cary Grant, “You know what’s wrong with you? Nothing.” That’s a perfect summation of how The Peanuts Movie updates the famous comic strip by Charles M. Schulz for modern audiences by changing nearly nothing about it. The execution of The Peanuts Movie is a perfect […]

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Confirmed: Mark Hamill & Kevin Conroy to Star in “Batman: The Killing Joke”

by Dan Collinson March 15, 2016
Comic Book Resources has confirmed that Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy will star in the new DC Comics animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke. Hamill also confirmed it through his Twitter page. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, the story involves the origin of one of Batman’s best known and […]
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Batman V Superman’s International Trailer Reveals Even More of The Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon March 14, 2016
A lot of movie and TV promotional campaigns end up using the same footage over and over and over. The reason is because there’s only a finite amount of the product they have to work with, and they can’t show you everything. Maybe someone should tell Warner Bros. Marketing this — we’ve seen a lot […]

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The Little Prince’s US Release Has Been Cancelled, One Week Before The Date

by Peter Paltridgeon March 14, 2016
Whaaaa? One week before Paramount Pictures was to distribute the new animated adaption of The Little Prince in America, the entire thing has been dropped, and no one will explain why. Premiering last year at the Cannes Film Festival, the movie earned rave reviews from critics, made back its budget in overseas revenue alone, and […]
Open Season: Scared Silly

Review: “Open Season: Scared Silly” – Scarily Unfunny

by Ed Liuon March 11, 2016
Open Season: Scared Silly is what you get when a film franchise originated as an animated star vehicle loses its stars. The original movie was little more than Aston Kutcher and Martin Lawrence playing themselves as a deer and a bear, but the two haven’t returned for the two prior sequels or for this new […]