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Tag Archives: Movies
Brad Bird’s next film has been announced as “Tomorrowland,” but there’s a shroud of mystery surrounding the films plot and the ideas behind it. The film;s writer Damon Lindelof just gave a long interview to Grantland in which he talks … 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
I’ve lived in Central Florida for 8 years now and visited Walt Disney World a few times over the years before that, but I never visited Planet Hollywood in Downtown Disney. Now that we’ve heard it’s going away in the … Continue reading
The world premiere for Iron Man 3 is streaming live from the Red Carpet right now. Predictions for the movie are calling for a massive box office suitable to Tony Stark’s persona. Some are even wondering if it can surpass … Continue reading