This year Disney will release Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur, which imagines a world where dinosaurs are the most civilized species on Earth. But one movie about animals starting their own societies isn’t enough, and so next year we’ll also be getting Zootopia.
From the Disney Animation Studios team behind Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia goes one step further than The Good Dinosaur and… Continue reading 'Zootopia' Trailer: Disney Animation's Next Swaps All Humans for Adorable Animals
Netflix has been betting huge on original content for a while now, but most of those investments have been in making TV shows. Granted, some of those shows do have movie ties, like Marvel’s Daredevil or the upcoming Wet Hot American Summer, but for the most part their commitment to original movie content has been rather small, with their first major deal being… Continue reading Netflix Lands Brad Pitt's Next Movie, Which Will Be Their Most Expensive Production Yet
Steven Spielberg is perhaps best known for being the king of the summer movie. He loves adventure and spectacle and mashing the two together to give audiences something they’ve never seen before. But while the likes of Jaws, Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones may be his calling cards, Spielberg is also a titan when it comes to making serious, meaningful dramas… Continue reading 'Bridge of Spies' Trailer: Get Your First Look at Steven Spielberg's Next Movie
With Avengers: Age of Ultron now in theaters and Marvel readying their next superhero film, Ant-Man, for release this July, you might be wondering about all these superhero movies. How many of them are there, and when will they all come out?
That information can sometimes get lost in the deluge of superhero news that invades the internet every week, especially as titles and release dates continually… Continue reading The Next Four Years of Superhero Movies, All In One Image
Ever wanted to be someone else? Now you can. Specifically, you can be Jason Statham. Sort of.
You know how in spy movies they always have impeccably realistic rubber masks of real people, or at least other characters? You’ve seen them in the Mission: Impossible movies and more recently on TV’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. But they’ve never been totally believable, right?