Turns out having bad days can be a lot like the one the Cooper family lived in Disney’s latest live-action family picture. The ensemble of Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day shared their tales of how they deal with rough patches in life. Hit the jump for more on how Jennifer Garner and Steve Carell get through challenging days of parenthood while on-screen kids Kerris Dorsey and Dylan Minnette describe how to have good days.
Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner And Cast Of Disney’s ‘Alexander’ Share How To Not Have A ‘Very Bad Day’
In Disney’s latest live-action family feature we get to see how one kid’s bad luck streak hits every member of his family for his birthday wish. Based on the beloved children’s book by the same name by Judith Viorst, Disney brings an inspired retelling of the classic to modern families.
Hit the jump to read our full review of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day. [Read more...]
‘Exodus: Gods And Kings’ Trailer: Christian Bale And Joel Edgerton Get Into Sibling Rivalry Of Biblical Proportions
Ridley Scott is back at it again with his large gasping sweeping scenic shots, exciting action sequences, and massive epic feel, with Exodus: Gods and Kings. Fox has released the latest trailer for the film, which stars Christian Bale as Moses, the man who freed the Jews from Ramses’ (Joel Edgerton) tyranny.
By the looks of things, this adaptation of the Book of Exodus isn’t something you learned back in Sunday School or comes close to looking like The Ten Commandments starring Charleston Heston, which airs every Easter Weekend.
So how different does Exodus: Gods And Kings look from either of those? You’ll have to hit the jump to find out. [Read more...]
2014 films have been a bit underwhelming. But with October just around the corner, you can expect to see more and more Oscar bait, which will hopefully pick up the slack made by 3/4s of the year. Now we are getting our first look at Paul Thomas Anderson‘s Inherent Vice, an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s novel of the same name.
The film stars Joaquin Phoenix as private detective Larry “Doc Sportello” (Joaquin Phoenix) is hired by a former lover to investigate the kidnapping of her current boyfriend by his wife and her boyfriend. Inherent Vice doesn’t look as dark and brooding as some of his previous efforts, in fact it looks more goofy and light-hearted while staying true to his style and tone. Hit the jump to check out the first trailer of Inherent Vice. [Read more...]
One of the problems of having a huge roster in an ensemble superhero film is trying to find enough screentime for characters. Though Rogue (Anna Paquin) had a subplot in X-Men: Days Of Future Past, that was eventually cut from the theatrical cut, due to time constraints and being plot-heavy. However, we will be able to see that subplot in the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release of the film.
The studio will be releasing an extended version of X-Men: Days of Future Past called the “Rogue Cut.” It will feature 10 minutes of extra footage, and will hit store sheleves in an unannounced summer 2015 date. Hit the jump to see what Days of Future Past writer Simon Kinberg had to say about the new extended release. [Read more...]
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Michael Mann direct a feature film, in fact, the last one was 2009’s Public Enemies. Two years later he would act as producer for the Texas Killing Fields. But now he is back with a technological crime thriller, Blackhat.
Mann’s artistic mix of music and style with intense action and plot twists is something that has been missing for quite some time. In Blackhat, Chris Hemsworth plays an American hacking extrodinare, who is taken out of prison to help the government stop a hacking terrorist. Sounds some what interesting considering how much we rely on our smartphones and how we feel that big brother is always watch us. Hit the jump to check out the trailer. [Read more...]
Disney has released their third trailer for Big Hero 6. The film is a loose adaptation of the Marvel Comics series of the same name. It will use the same characters, but the film’s setting and story are entirely original.
The film centers on Hiro, a young prodigy who builds a bond with Baymax, a healthcare robot created by his older brother Tadashi. When a nefarious masked man named Yokai takes Hiro’s Mircobot invention for villainous purposes, it’s up to Hiro, Bayman, and their friends to suit up and stop him.
We’ve shown you some fascinating things about Big Hero 6, and even got to talk to the directors about the film. The third trailer, which has even more new footage, and scenes not shown to the press during the early screening. Hit the jump to check it out. [Read more...]