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Category Archives: Film
A new trailer for The Lone Ranger was released today and it reveals a lot more of the wild, gritty world created by the team that brought us the popular Pirates of the Caribbean films. Of course, it’s not just … Continue reading
A treasure trove of new images and the latest trailer for Oz the Great and Powerful were just released. I am looking forward to this more and more with every new frame they share. Above is the completed triptych made … Continue reading
When I heard that Dreamworks movies would be distributed by the Walt Disney Studios, I immediately thought of how terrific it would be if Disney was able to distribute “Lincoln,” the movie Spielberg had been working on since 2001. If … Continue reading
I love the above promotional photo featuring Daniel Day-Lewis as President Lincoln. It reminds me of the painting created for “Hall of Presidents” and later used in “Great Moments With Mr Lincoln.” For comparison purposes, here’s a photo of that … Continue reading