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We’re now just a few days away from the opening of Disney’s next movie “Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” Disney has shared the following new clips from the movie. Hashtag blessed? I think that’s called … Continue reading
The fine folks at Disney movie marketing have decided to release another featurette for Maleficent giving us just a slightly wider slice of the film than the previous featurettes. This one focuses on the battle between light and dark that … Continue reading
Star Wars Rebels is the first real attempt at a new story set in the Star Wars Universe since Disney took the reigns of the property from George Lucas. And now we get our first look at the series via … Continue reading
In the case of “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” the title is a good indication of what to expect from the movie. But that’s not to say the movie is all about being odd, in fact, it’s quite entrenched … Continue reading