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Tag Archives: Movies
The acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney will see George Lucas move on to an advisory role while veteran producer Kathleen Kennedy take the helm as President of the division. On October 19, 2012, both sat down with the director of … Continue reading
A short teaser trailer from Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” has been released. Its goal is to get the public excited about the debut of the first full length trailer for the movie. The full trailer will be released in a special … Continue reading
Marvel’s The Avengers has passed a significant milestone flying past the $1.5 billion mark at the worldwide box office. This includes a healthy $620 million domestically. $1.5B is third place on the all time box office list, but still $600 … Continue reading
A video depicting an alternate opening for The Avengers has been released. This scene would have set a completely different mood for the Marvel super hero flick. This deleted scene and others like it can be found on the DVD … Continue reading
Disney is getting creative with those ‘Quiet Please’ theater warnings. We just saw one featuring Finding Nemo for AMC Theatres, now here is one featuring Frankenweenie footage for IMAX Theaters. Thankfully, both of them are pretty funny too. What do … Continue reading