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Lionsgate’s upcoming Power Rangers movie just got a big marquee addition. Bryan Cranston, the award-winning actor who brought Braking Bad’s Walter White to life, and earlier protrayed Hal on Malcolm in the Middle, has been revealed as the voice of Zordon. Cranston made the announcement on his own Twitter account today. Infamously, the show had […]
Lionsgate announced that they would take their movie reboot of the Power Rangers television series out of a Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend opening and instead have it open two months later in the midst of what will be spring break for much of the nation’s kids. Originally scheduled to be released in January […]
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the 2016 Golden Globe nominees. The only category with an animated production in contention was the “Best Motion Picture – Animated category.” The nominees are: Anomalisa (Starburns Industries / Paramount Pictures) The Good Dinosaur (Pixar Animation Studios / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) Inside Out (Pixar Animation Studios […]
Aardman’s Shaun the Sheep has come a long way since his breakout debut in the Wallace & Gromit short film “A Close Shave,” earning his own TV series (which itself spawned a spin-off) and now his own feature film, Shaun the Sheep Movie (which seems like it’s missing a “the” somewhere). I found that the […]
Movie studio Lionsgate has cut a deal with Double Take [a subsidiary of video game publisher Take Two Interactive] to produce a feature film based on the Z-Men comic book series from Jeff McComsey about government agents pitted against a zombie outbreak. â€śZ-Menâ€ť is tentatively expected to have a 2017 release date.
It eventually had to happen â€“ Hasbro is teaming with film studio Lionsgate to make a movie version of the popular board game Monopoly. The familiar game was invented in 1935 by the Parker Brothers [George and Charles] and was a hit in the USA following the stock market crash of 1929 and during the […]
Tyler Perry is so well known that the mere mention of his name conjures up thoughts of a 6’5 man dressed as an elderly woman.Â He rose to prominence through plays about relationships, faith, and the human struggle. Naturally, Hollywood got a hold of them and made a film franchise that quickly downplayed the human […]