23 years ago today, Disney continued its renaissance with the release of “Aladdin,” and Abu, Aladdin, Jasmine, the magic carpet, and the Genie quickly found their way into Disney fans’ hearts.
Well this is a surprise! With one day to go until Thanksgiving — in America — Marvel has pushed out the “Captain America: Civil War” teaser trailer. But for a teaser, there is a lot of footage!
Oh, hi, "Civil War."
Tonight, Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. made an unannounced visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and they premiered the first teaser trailer for "Captain America: Civil War," next summer's mega-sequel that is essentially a third "Avengers" film.
It's a damn fine trailer, and one of the things I like most about it right away is just how little it reveals. Mainly, the trailer sets up the underlying tension that eventually leads to the civil war, starting with the return of General Ross, played once again by William Hurt. I love that they're bringing him back from "The Incredible Hulk," and it makes perfect sense that he would want to bring the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe under his control.
The Big One. What is the symbolic “big one” in a film that features motocross, rock climbing, base jumping, wing suiting, boating, skydiving, snowboarding, skateboarding, remote hiking and, of course, surfing as the medium for an illegal geo-political agenda?
Not everyone loves sipping hot cocoa on the sofa while watching drippy Christmas movies about special shoes or big-eyed orphans or whatever. The good news is that there are buckets full of gory, blood-spewing horror movies that still have some holiday spirit. What's more festive than a serial killer in a Santa suit? Here are 12 Christmas-themed horror movies that may change the way you think about roasted chestnuts, jingle bells, snowmen and every other cloying holiday cliche for good.
Mariah Carey, the pop superstar and all-around perfect celebrity, has directed a Hallmark Channel movie. Better yet, it is a Christmas movie. Best yet, it is a movie with Lacey Chabert, best known for her role as Gretchen Weiners in "Mean Girls." This does not look like a great movie.
Pixar short film: Those three words bring to mind clever, charming little movies like “For the Birds,” “Geri’s Game,” and, of course, “Luxo Jr.”
Netflix has released the second of it's Marvel comics shows and guess what?! It's batting 1.000!
Marvel announced the final cast for "Doctor Strange" today, as well as the official start of production, in a new press release. The movie has been filming for a few weeks, but it's nice to have final confirmation on some heavily speculated cast members.