On the surface, DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon is a fantasy story about a young boy who befriends a dragon and goes off on a wild and exciting adventure. But that’s just the surface read. This isn’t a fantastical tale of Vikings and mythical creatures as much as it’s a touching and beautiful examination of what it’s like to be a pet… Continue reading Why 'How to Train Your Dragon' Is the Best Movie Ever Made About Pet Ownership
Football superstar Leo Messi to headline multi-dimensional partnership with snack giant
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | June 6, 2014
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PepsiCo’s Global Snacks Group is launching its biggest worldwide integrated marketing campaign ever. The campaign will feature international football superstar, Leo Messi, on millions of Lay’s packages, including 50 million bags in India, as part… Continue reading Lay’s brings its biggest global campaign ever to India
Long before we ever saw a film by Tarantino, Scorsese, Kubrick, or Coppola; or held our breaths during our first horror flick; or held hands with a crush through a romantic comedy, we watched movies aimed at kids. The… Continue reading The 10 Best Kids Movies Ever
Bones fans, brace yourselves.
Ordinarily, we’d set up the following sneak peek clip with a flowery intro, maybe a pun or two. But the video you’re about to see is so intense and worrying, we really think you have to see this clip from Monday’s season finale of Bones for yourself.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you…
The Bones season finale airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.… Continue reading ‘Bones’ sneak peek: Watch the show’s most intense season finale opener ever — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
While Hollywood continues to sort out whether it’ll ever produce a live-action adaptation of the beloved anime film Akira, fans can at least take solace in this fan-made recreation of the feature, which is probably as close as anyone will ever get to capturing the animated film with real actors.
The first trailer for The Akira Project is… Continue reading This Terrific Fan-Made Trailer Is the Closest We May Ever Get to a Live-Action 'Akira' Movie