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Walt Disney & Marvel Debut Big Hero 6 Trailer

In: Donovan, Movies

Is it me or does it seem like Marvel is everywhere these days? They join forces with Walt Disney for the first time for a big budget animated film. Watch out Pixar, someone’s encroaching on your territory ;)

The film will be the 54th animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. Big Hero 6 is a team of fictional comic book superheroes appearing in Marvel Comics. The animated adaptation will hit theaters on November 7.

Set in a fictional metropolis called San Fransokyo (a portmanteau of San Francisco and Tokyo), a young prodigy named Hiro Hamada and his self-created robot Baymax uncover a criminal plot and must join a team of inexperienced crime fighters, including Wasabi-No-Ginger, Honey Lemon, GoGo Tomago, and Fred.

They’re like The Avengers but not. TJ Miller, Jamie Chung and Maya Rudolph provide the voices with Don Hall and Chris Williams on directing duties. Check out the trailer below.

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Molly Ringwald & More Join Jem & The Holograms Movie

In: Donovan, Movies

It’s only fitting the live adaptation of 80′s cartoon Jem & The Holograms snags a huge star from the decade. Long before Emma Stone or Lindsay Lohan, Molly Ringwald was Hollywood’s favorite ginger with her turns in teen classics Pretty In Pink and Sixteen Candles. No word on what character she’s playing but I hope it’s a significant part and not some random parent. Synergy anyone? Find out which Oscar-nominated actress joins Ringwald in the film below.

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Man Of Steel Sequel Gets An Official Title

In: Donovan, Movies

Warner Bros. has finally announced the title for the Man of Steel sequel. The Superman vs Batman film will officially be called Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Clearly, this movie will segue to the recently announced and highly-anticipated Justice League movie. In conjunction with the announcement, the studio has launched the official website over at

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Joe Manganiello was so inspired by his turn as Big Dick Richie in Magic Mike he decided to delve further into the male stripping world. The 37-year-old makes his directorial debut with La Bare. The film takes an insider’s look at the history, lives and culture of the most popular male strip club in the world, La Bare Dallas. The film is being distributed by Main Street Films which nabbed the rights at this year’s Slamdance Festival.

The studio just released a red-band trailer on Vimeo ahead of its June 27 release. Manganiello talked exclusively to Vulture about his experience making the project. Here’s what he said:

I can’t express to you how many times I’ve heard, “We’ve seen it all.” “There’s nothing new.” “Everything is recycled.” “Nothing is shocking.” Blah, blah, blah … But I guess I just never really paid attention to the chatter until I made my first feature film.

Soon after filming, there were the bands that had pulled their songs from the film despite the protests of their record label, the ban of our art/posters on bus stops and billboards due to it being too risqué … And then came the wait for the MPAA rating … And with that, the realization that I indeed had found something new, something fresh, something shocking to show the general public.

With La Bare, I had somehow sailed my way into uncharted waters and stumbled upon an island not recorded on any map … the completely misunderstood world of male entertainment.

With Magic Mike, we scratched the surface, and with La Bare, I had the opportunity to plumb the depths of this strange and provocative world hidden in plain sight.

Shocking, hilarious, and heartfelt, the film explores every level of the profession in three vivid dimensions.

I can honestly say that this is the last subject I ever imagined my directorial debut would deal with, but nonetheless, here I am, about to unleash this fascinating and unexplored subculture on the public.

Let the conversations begin …

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Second Trailer For Guardians Of The Galaxy Released

In: Donovan, Movies

Fans have been eagerly waiting for Marvel to release a second trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy. Today, their prayers have been answered.

The extended look gives a more in-depth look at the ragtag team of criminals assembled to save the galaxy. The more I see of the intergalactic film, the more I’m stoked to check it out when it hits theaters this August.

The new trailer gives our first look at Glenn Close as Prime Rael, commander of the Nova forces and Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser. We also finally get to hear Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel voice their counterparts, Rocket and Groot respectively. Check out the newest trailer below.

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Godzilla Demolishes The Box Office Competition

In: Donovan, Movies

I had no desire to check out the latest Godzilla remake. Clearly, I was in the minority. Not only did the iconic Japanese monster destroy San Francisco, it annihilated the competition at the box office. Godzilla earned a whopping $93.2 million during its opening frame domestically and a monstrous $196M worldwide haul.

The Gareth Edwards monster revamp has the second-biggest opening weekend of the year, behind the $95m opening weekend of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It inched passed the $91m debut for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. It’s also the 6th biggest debut weekend for a non-sequel ever.

Continuing to impress was Neighbors. The R Rated film dropped 47 percent but grossed $26 million, bringing its total to $91 million. Pretty impressive given it’s reported $18 million budget. In third place was The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with $16.8 million. Domestically it’s notched $172.17 million and a whopping $460.8 million overseas, giving a grand global total of $633 million. Check out the rest of the Top 10 below.

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Movie Review: Godzilla

In: Matt, Movies

The latest Godzilla remake hits theaters today and while this revamped version of the radioactive giant lizard is visually impressive, the film itself was less than satisfying.

This version of the film begins in 1999 as a scientist (Bryan Cranston) watches as seismic tremors destroy a nuclear facility, killing his wife in the process. Some fifteen years later, he is convinced the cause of the tremors is part of some big cover up. His son, played by the delicious Aaron Taylor-Johnson, has heard his father’s conspiracy ramblings for years and pays no mind to them until, of course, a giant egg is found under the nuclear facility.

This egg, and one more found later, turn out to be giant alien like creatures that wreak havoc across multiple continents, destroying much of Las Vegas and San Francisco. Fortunately/unfortunately it turns out that everyone’s favorite towering lizard may be the only thing that can stop these MUTOs (Mutant Unknown Terrestrial Organisms). It takes about an hour before we even get to see Godzilla but the wait is definitely worth it, with audiences even applauding his arrival. The rest of the film is really just a bunch of destruction while the actors on screen try to play out their filler stories, which weren’t overly intriguing.

Movie rating & trailer after the jump…


Christopher Nolan first teased his space epic late last year. With the first full trailer released, we get a clearer picture of what his heavily-guarded forthcoming visual opus is all about. Co-written with his brother, Jonathan Nolan, Interstellar shows planet Earth running out of resources due to environmental change.

A newly discovered wormhole paves the way for mankind to embark on an interstellar journey that surpasses any voyage ever attempted. Upon discovery, a team of explorers and scientists are assembled in an effort to use the wormhole to conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. – Official Description

Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway are chosen for a vital mission to save the world. Joining them in the film is a star-studded lineup including Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, Michael Caine and Topher Grace. Interstellar hits theaters November 2014. Check out the trailer below.

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