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Fox gives Marvel the finger by including Quicksilver, Marvel should reply by including X-Men characters in Agents of SHIELD
Joss Whedon confirmed that Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch were going to be in the Avengers 2. A week later, Bryan Singer posted on Twitter that Quicksilver will be in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Fans were either excited or worried about the news. The excited fans hoped that this would lead to More >
Disney teamed up with EA to help produce more Star Wars video game titles after closing down LucasArts. The developers assigned to produce these new games include BioWare, Visceral and DICE. There are no details on what these games are going to be like, but now that E3 is coming next month, EA has More >
Disney recently teamed up with EA to help produce more Star Wars games after Disney closed down LucasArts. One of the studios under EA already has experience with Star Wars games. BioWare worked on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which is one of my all-time favorite games. Other studios More >
Disney has just announced today that Game of Thrones’ Richard Madden will play the role of the Prince in the live-action Cinderella movie. He’ll be starring alongside Lily James, who will be playing the title role, and Cate Blanchett, who is playing the wicked stepmother. Sir Kenneth Branagh, who More >
While we’re still waiting on that Kingdom Hearts III announcement from Square Enix, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX will be out on September 10th (13th in Europe) and will contain Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Re:Chain of Memories, all given the HD touch-up and trophy support while including a video More >
When Disney bought out Lucasfilm, one of the things on their to do list was to abandon LucasArts. Gamers and Star Wars fans worldwide were disappointed, because they were afraid that there weren’t going to be any more Star Wars games in the foreseeable future. Star Wars 1313 was a highly More >
The 4th of May to nerds is like the 5th of May to the rest of the U.S.A. Meaning it is one of the most celebrated days of the years, but with Star Wars fans everywhere. Some celebrate the faux holiday by going to Disneyland, some celebrate by having a Star Wars marathon, and some like me watch More >
Okay, so knowing that Thor director Kenneth Branagh will be directing Disney’s live-action version of the classic fairy tale, Cinderella, sounds very promising. Disney has announced that Lily James (Downton Abbey) will be playing the role of Cinderella. I’m okay with this news, since I think she More >
Check out the new trailer released for Disney/Pixar’s Monsters University courtesy of Yahoo. The movie should be interesting, since the usual college-type comedies that I see are raunchy and foul. This, however, is a Pixar movie, so I don’t think we’ll be seeing anything of that nature. At least More >
So 20th Century Fox finally decided to give one franchise back to Marvel. Newsarama recently asked Kevin Feige, Marvel’s President of Production, if the Daredevil rights had returned to Marvel, to which he replied “Yes.” Technically, he could have been back for a while, but this is the first More >
I would never have known that a Disney’s Paperman cosplay would amaze me like this. Here’s a series of photos capturing the heart of the short animated film that was shown before Wreck-It Ralph. The location looks to be inside Disneyland. The cool thing is it’s even in black and More >
Since Disney bought out Lucasfilm, some fans were worried that Disney would ruin the Star Wars franchise. I think Disney has already proven themselves with the way they handled the Marvel films, so yes, I have faith in Disney’s Star Wars. That doesn’t mean we can’t make fun of them though.
Here’s More >
Marvel Studios has announced today that Captain America: The Winter Soldier begins principal photography. The film starts production in Los Angeles, with other locations to follow including Washington, D.C. and Cleveland.
With that announcement, we’re treated with a photo of Chris Evans as Captain More >
LucasArts recently went under due to Disney wanting to focus all their Star Wars efforts on the films. One of the games that LucasArts was working on was the highly anticipated Star Wars 1313 that premiered during E3 2012. The game looked really impressive, since the demo was running on a high-end More >
It’s not a great week for gaming companies, first Activision let go a good portion of the workers (around 40) from High Moon Studios who were working on the upcoming Deadpool game, then Square Enix’s CEO steps down while also releasing around 40 workers from the Square Enix Los Angeles offices as More >
Disney has recently announced three more Disney animated movies getting the Blu-ray treatment. Lilo & Stitch, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and Emperor’s New Groove will be heading to Blu-ray on June 11, 2013. Even though these movies weren’t as big as let’s say The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast or More >
If there’s one thing Disney knows how to do, it’s selling a product. And guess what’s the newest ones to roll out the factory doors? Star Wars Merch of course! With the recent buyout of the franchise and the announcement of “Star Wars Weekends” happening at Disney Hollywood Studios, we’ll be More >
Iron Man 3 is almost a month away, and what better way to hype yourself up than with a TV spot. Yeah, Tony Stark talks some crap on the Mandarin, and the Mandarin challenges Stark by saying he won’t see him coming. Them fightin’ words.
Iron Man 3 flies into theaters on May 3, 2013.
When it was announced that director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Ratatouille) and writer Damon Lindelof (Prometheus, Lost) would be teaming up for a Disney movie called Tomorrowland (formerly 1952), speculation went wild as to what the movie was going to be More >
A lot of fans will be disappointed to hear that Emma Watson has declined the role of the Disney live-action movie Cinderella. It will be directed by Kenneth Branagh and has Cate Blanchett portraying the Wicked Stepmother.
Variety’s Marc Graser tweeted the report:
Imogen Poots (Fright Night), More >
Disney has announced that Dane Cook will be voicing the main character, Dusty, in the upcoming CG-animated feature, Planes. I know there are many who hates his comedy act with a passion, but I’m okay with it. The film is inspired by the world of Cars and will be directed by Disneytoon Studios More >
I wonder if Pixar’s upcoming offering, Monsters University, will truly capture the college life as a monster. And here I’m thinking monsters didn’t have school spirit. Check out the new poster featuring young Mike and Sully and their classmates.
Since it’s Pixar and Disney, you can cross off More >
Oz the Great and Powerful recently teamed up with Google Chrome for a unique experience, Find Your Way, that made you feel like you’re a part of the movie. From going to the circus to riding the hot air balloon, your experience will lead you to a tornado that will transport you into the world of More >
Those who attended the Berlin International Film Festival sure are lucky. Why? They were able to watch The Blue Umbrella, an animated short by Pixar. At least we get a look at the new poster. Check it out below.
Being directed by Saschka Unseld, the short is a romantic tale between a blue and red More >
In this new film, we pick up with Mike and Sully before the events of Monsters, Inc. Actually, we get to see how they started off as friends during their college years. John Goodman is returning as the voice of Sully, as is Billy Crystal for the voice of Mike. Other notable voices include Steve More >