Focus Features and LAIKA Entertainment are bringing us an animated experience that is reminiscent of LAIKA’s other feature length films such as The Boxtrolls, Paranorman, and Coraline. With heavy Japanese influence for the next picture, we are treated to a trailer full of wonder, color, and fantasy that stop motion seems to always bring. The voice talent is obviously off… Read More Kubo and the Two Strings: Official Trailer 3 Is All Stop Motion Goodness – Trailer Review
When we heard that Green Lantern will get his own movie, fans were not sure to be excited or upset. As Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool have poked fun at in the best way possible, the movie we were given in 2011 was a complete mess. With DC and Warners rebooting and creating an entirely new… Read More Is Green Lantern Corps Closer to Getting George Miller as Its Director?
The reboot of the classic video game character has seen a re-imagining and revival through the latest video games, but she will also get the same treatment for a new live-action film with their lead actress now in place. Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander has been begged for the role of Lara Croft tomb raider and I… Read More Tomb Raider: Alicia Vikander Cast as Lara Croft
Don’t be fooled by the fluffy bunnies in the featured image, this is not strictly for kids by any means. Based off of the highly successful novel about a warren of rabbits, they quickly learn about the truths of life and death as well as conflict outside and inside their own circles. Originally a book in 1972… Read More Netlfix/BBC To Bring to Life Watership Down Miniseries with John Boyega & James McAvoy
Oliver Stone is a great writer and director when he gets it right, setting his films in a landscape that is similar to our own. Political thrillers just so happen to be his wheelhouse where he spins ideas and concepts for his movies and this was looks like one of the better efforts. Based on… Read More First Snowden Trailer with Joseph Gordon Levitt as Edward Snowden – Trailer Review
Hop into a cinematic masterpiece, yes I said masterpiece, by one of the most profound film duos in the business today. The Coen Brothers, directors of iconic films such as Fargo, O Brother Where Art Thou?, and No Country For Old Men, bring us a lesser known gem to represent the Coen’s masterful style of visual splendor and black comedy… Read More Go ‘Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)’ and His Love/Hate Relationship With Folk Music – Movie Review
Sigourney Weaver is the heart, soul, and haircut of one of the most important science-fiction franchises in the history of movies, but since her arrival to the franchise in the late 70’s and then in the 80’s with a James Cameron sequel for the ages, the franchise has declined at best. When District 9 director Neill Blomkamp… Read More Update on Neill Blomkamp’s Alien 5 May Give Hints To It’s Future