Originally set to release tomorrow, Marvel gave us a chance to unlock the final Age Of Ultron trailer early. By tweeting #AvengersAssemble a certain number of times, Marvel would give us the new trailer.
Well, acheivement unlocked. Watch the trailer now:
The new footage which shows more action but nothing we haven’t already expected. There were two points that gave us something new. First was a scene of Bruce Banner and Natasha Romanov being apparently romantic. Their relationship has been hinted at to be more than friends and it seems that it is all but confirmed.
Second and far more exciting is that we got our first look at The Vision! So far, we have only seen concept art of The Vision. Luckily, that art turned out to be extremely accurate to the final product. Needless to say, I am having trouble forming my thoughts coherently out of pure excitement.
One year from today, Walt Disney Animation Studios will debut it’s first of two animated features in 2016 – Zootopia. To mark the occaision, they shared some new concept art with us.
They also released this description:
The modern mammal metropolis of Zootopia is a city like no other. Comprised of habitat neighborhoods, like ritzy Sahara Square and frigid Tundratown, it’s a melting pot where animals from every environment live together – a place where no matter what you are, from the biggest elephant to the smallest shrew, you can be anything. But when optimistic Officer Judy Hopps arrives, she discovers that being the first bunny on a police force of big, tough animals isn’t so easy. Determined to prove herself, she jumps at the opportunity to crack a case, even if it means partnering with a fast-talking, scam artist fox, Nick Wilde, to solve the mystery.
This looks fantastic and amazing. Can we have this in Disney’s Animal Kingdom tomorrow please?
After his stint behind the desk of the “Late Late Show” on CBS, Craig Ferguson will return to acting starring in ABC’s single-camera comedy “The King of 7B.” The plot focuses on Prentiss Porter (Ferguson), an agoraphobic recluse who steps outside for the first time in 11 years when he spots his potential soulmate moving into the building across the street.
Before his hosting duties, Ferguson had many gigs in the UK. You may recall, his first big break in the US was on another ABC Comedy, “The Drew Carey Show.” While hosting the Late Late Show Ferguson kept his acting chops fresh by doing voiceover work (including Pixar’s “Brave”) and a small arc on “Hot in Cleveland.” He’s also been hosting the nationally syndicated game show “Celebrity Name Game.”
I’m hoping this gets picked up by Disney. I’ve closely followed Craig Ferguson since the Drew Carey Show and find him one of the funniest men on TV, not to mention a great interviewer. Are you a fan?
I was pretty excited to see a new poster released for Pixar’s Inside Out last night. It focuses on the five emotions who are are the core of the film’s story, placing Joy at the center happy and seemingly oblivious to the emotions of the other four. If that’s a sign of the humor in the movie, it’s a good thing.
The poster also looks cheerful enough with bright colors. It let’s potential audience members know that it’s from the creators of Pixar’s Up, which is a good thing in most people’s minds.
The good news is the work continues apace for Inside Out. Pixar has just started doing the soundtrack recording and the posted to Instagram to celebrate:
Country singer-songwriter Luke Bryan is known for many hits including “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” “That’s My Kind of Night,” and “Roller Coaster” any one of which he could have been singing to himself while he walked through the Magic Kingdom on vacation this week.
What a great way to spend some family time together before setting off on his next tour.
Are there any music performers you’d like to tour the parks with?
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