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Disney Bringing Dumbo Back To Life

by Alex Beanon July 9, 2014
The Disney classic “Dumbo” is set to fly again – this time as a live-action feature film – written by Ehren Kruger [who has written most of the “Transformers” feature film franchise]. “Dumbo” was released in 1941 with a whopping $950,000 budget but pulled in $1.6 million at the box office [approximately $26 million today]. […]
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Anna Kendrick Is Poppy Troll

by Alex Beanon June 17, 2014
Anna Kendrick will provide the voice of Poppy Troll, the upbeat princess, in the upcoming “Trolls” – the DreamWorks Animation musical comedy feature film based on the miniature toys. “Trolls” is currently scheduled to be released on November 4, 2016.

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Aquaman Has A Name – Jason Momoa

by Alex Beanon June 15, 2014
Jason Momoa [“Game of Thrones”] has reportedly been selected to play the role of Aquaman in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” – the film directed by Zack Snyder and featuring Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill reprising his role as Superman. Momoa will join a cast that also includes Gal Gadot as Wonder […]
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Get The U-Haul: SpongeBob SquarePants 2 Moving

by Alex Beanon June 6, 2014
Originally scheduled for a mid-February release next year, the SpongeBob SquarePants sequel movie, “SpongeBob SquarePants 2”, is moving up one week, ostensibly to avoid direct competition with what is expected to be a formidable box office foe in “Fifty Shades of Grey”. The hybrid live-action/animated film has the Bikini Bottom regulars encountering some pirates led […]

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Josh Trank Latest To Receive Star Wars Spinoff Call

by Alex Beanon June 4, 2014
With Gareth Edwards [“Godzilla”] already getting his directing gig for the as-yet-unnamed upcoming “Star Wars” spinoff feature film, Disney announced that Josh Trank [“Chronicle”] has now been rewarded with the directorship of yet another “Star Wars” spinoff film. Neither spin-off film have official plot lines yet but one or both are rumored to be about […]
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Metal Gear Solid Moves One Step Closer To Becoming Solid Movie

by Alex Beanon June 4, 2014
Another video game adaptation veering toward feature filmdom is “Metal Gear Solid” with the announcement by Sony Pictures of Jordan Vogt-Roberts [“The Kings of Summer”] as the director. The live-action movie will be based on the video game of the same name that follows around soldier Solid Snake as he tries to deal with terrorists […]

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The Doctor Will See You Now

by Alex Beanon June 4, 2014
There they were, Beverly and Eugene Strange, innocently vacationing in Philadelphia in 1930 and minding their own business when suddenly, they find themselves bringing forth the birth of one Stephen Strange – aka Doctor Strange – and now the Doctor will have his own feature film directed by Scott Derrickson, who also directed “Sinister” and […]
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Hasbro Teaches Humans and Bots How To Ride Your Dinobot

by Grant Whiteon June 2, 2014
The official Transformers YouTube channel today unveiled a trilogy of cartoon shots instructing one on how to properly ride a mighty Dinobot. Inspired by theatrical shorts from Warner Brothers and Disney, the shorts are a comedic promotion for the upcoming Transformers 4: Age of Extinction and its related toyline, both of which introduce the fan […]

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Images From The Book Of Life

by Alex Beanon May 29, 2014
Fox released some of the first images from their upcoming animated feature film, “The Book of Life”. The Day of the Dead-style animation of the film follows Manolo [voiced by Diego Luna – “Elysium” and also the voice of Mauricio in “American Dad!’s “Poltergasm” episode] as he and his childhood friend, Joaquin [Channing Tatum] each […]
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Pixar Shares "Inside Out" Details

by Alex Beanon May 27, 2014
Pixar used the Memorial Day holiday weekend to open up about the details of their upcoming movie Inside Out – specifically, that there will be five main characters with each representing an emotion. Those characters will be voiced by Amy Poehler (Joy), Bill Hader (Fear), Mindy Kaling (Disgust), Lewis Black (Anger) and Phyllis Smith (Sadness). […]