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The Legends of Oz – Dorothy’s Return DVD Released

by Alex Beanon August 26, 2014
Roger Baum is the great-grandson of L. Frank Baum – the originator of “The Wizard of Oz” and Roger wrote books about the Land of Oz as well. The movie “The Legends of Oz – Dorothy’s Return” is based on those books and the animated musical voice-stars Lea Michele in the title role along with […]
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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Production Moved To 2015

by Alex Beanon August 21, 2014
Due to the pregnancy of star Milla Jovovich, production on the sixth entry in the “Resident Evil” film franchise has been moved into 2015. Jovovich is due this winter with her second child and production on the video game-based movie has been moved to late spring of 2015. “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” has been […]

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First Ant-Man Photo Surfaces – Not At A Picnic, Though

by Alex Beanon August 20, 2014
Filming on the comic book movie “Ant-Man” has begun, starring Paul Rudd as Scott Lang [aka Ant-Man] and the first photo of Rudd has already emerged although it does not show Rudd in any Ant-Man regalia. “Ant-Man” is currently scheduled to be released on July 17, 2015. Source: Box Office Mojo
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Star Wars Rebels: Spark Of Rebellion Gets Release Date

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2014
The one-hour animated movie, “Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion” got a release date for next month on Disney XD.com on September 29 and then a few days later on Disney channels in the USA. The “Star Wars Rebels” series – based five years before the original “Star Wars” movie – premieres on October 13. […]

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Benedict Cumberbatch Joins Jungle Book Cast

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2014
As expected, Benedict Cumberbatch was tabbed to provide the voice of the evil tiger, Shere Khan, for the rebooted “The Jungle Book” movie. – the Warner Bros. version. Cumberbatch is the first cast role for the film with Andy Serkis [“Rise of the Planet of the Apes”] making his directorial debut. George Sanders voiced Shere […]
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Disney Schedules Aladdin-Fest This Weekend For Robin Williams Tribute

by Alex Beanon August 14, 2014
As a tribute to the recently deceased actor-comedian Robin Williams, Disney has announced they will schedule four showings of his signature movie for them – 1992’s “Aladdin” where Williams provided the voice and personality of the Genie – on three of their network channels. Williams famously agreed to voice the Genie character with a handshake […]

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Betty Boop To Make Her Feature Film Debut

by Alex Beanon August 14, 2014
After a 1993 effort went bust, 1930s cartoon icon Betty Boop will finally be making her feature film debut with the help of Simon Cowell and his Syco Entertainment company. Cowell’s company, along with Australian animation studio, Animal Logic [“The LEGO Movie”], will be producing the film after agreeing to a licensing arrangement with Fleischer […]
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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers To Suit Up Again

by Alex Beanon August 14, 2014
The high school superheroes called the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers were popular enough in the 1990s to have a feature film made of their television series [called, appropriately enough – “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie”]. But the 1995 movie was not as popular as the show – making only $66 million worldwide – […]

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Aquaman Split In Two

by Alex Beanon August 13, 2014
Poor Aquaman, the Rodney Dangerfield of superheroes – he never gets no respect – was shown the short end of the stick yet again when, rather than getting one screenplay from one superstar writer, he was assigned two writers to write two separate scripts in a sort of script showdown where either the best script […]
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Apollo Rising At Sony

by Alex Beanon August 8, 2014
A new superhero-like movie is emerging at Sony called “Apollo Rising” from the comic book mind of Stan Lee, creator of various popular comic book characters. The movie will be about traditional Greek gods who mingle amongst the mere mortals, with a focus on Apollo, the Greek god of music and poetry. “Apollo Rising” does […]