Prepare yourself for a lot of adorable gibberish.
From director Rich Moore (“The Simpsons,” “Futurama”) the new animated flick “Wreck It Ralph” follows a video game villain who wants to turn over a new leaf and play the hero.
Take a look at the newly release clip in which Fix-It Felix (MacBrayer, who is practically still in his Page uniform from “30 Rock”) communicates with a video game messenger.
Voiced by John C… Continue reading 'Wreck It Ralph' Clip: Animated Movie Features Adorable Gibberish (VIDEO)
Comic-Con last month presented the first trailer for Fringe‘s final season. But that preview was created before production on season 5 began and primarily featured footage only from the Fox show’s time-jumping 19th episode of season 4, so fans have been eagerly anticipating the first real look at the fifth and final season, which starts airing Friday, Sept. 28. Now… Continue reading New ‘Fringe’ promo features parental Peter and Olivia, a peek at Observaggedon
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