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We get a look at one of the first clips from Iron Man 3 today. Here’s the plot synopsis, so you get an idea of where the clip is in the story: Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 3 pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist … Continue reading
A treasure trove of new images and the latest trailer for Oz the Great and Powerful were just released. I am looking forward to this more and more with every new frame they share. Above is the completed triptych made … Continue reading
The One-Sheet and release date for Disney’s John Carter was released today. Odd that the initials on the poster are clearly J C M as in John Carter of Mars, the name of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel this film … Continue reading
When word of Walt Disney Animation Studios next release was originally leaked, we learned the title was Reboot Ralph and that it was focused on a video game character who escaped his game. But that was about all we knew. … Continue reading