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Welcome to a whole new galaxy and meet its new guardians. The new international trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has tons of new footage and focuses a bit less on the comedy and more on the adventure. In … Continue reading
It’s World Cup time and Baymax, the lovable robot from Disney’s upcoming animated feature, is trying to get into the soccer spirit: Watch the movie November 7th 2014 and see if it ever does catch that soccer ball.
This week we got not one, but two Marvel trailers (three if you include the trailer for (the Avengers playset) in Disney Infinity) At the beginning of the week, Marvel released a (second trailer) for Guardians of the Galaxy which … Continue reading
The second trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy was released exclusively on Facebook today. A practice I deplore because, I don’t find Facebook to be that reliable when it comes to embeds functioning cross-platform. So, I apologize for Disney … Continue reading