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Hang on to your hats and glasses everyone, there’s a new “Payoff” poster out for Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World.” It features Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins and more in what is now a standard ‘assembled cast’ … Continue reading
The first trailer for Disney’s Frozen is not what I expected at all. The movie is adapted from The Snow Queen, and instead of focusing on the Princess Anna, the Snow Queen Elsa, or even the Mountain Man Kristoff, we … Continue reading
A group of Disney World fans were invited to watch Monsters University over the weekend. The feedback for Pixar’s next film was general positive, leaning toward effusive. It had the heart of the original, a lot more laughs, and something … Continue reading
Not many films can claim to have earned back their budget before even opening the domestic market, but Iron Man 3 has already made $198 million overseas on a reported budget of $200 million. Not too shabby. I saw the … Continue reading