Since the dawn of time Minions have searched to find an evil master worthy of their service.
While they eventually found that despicable creature, sometimes the Minions take a break from their efforts to fight a puppy.
In a surprisingly brief battle, one puppy attempted to vanquish a member of the ancient yellowy race. more >>
Rapper Lecrae won Artist of the Year at last night's 46th annual Dove Awards and the Christian artist was among several big names honored at the event, including Hollywood power couple Mark Burnett and Roma Downey.
Though he was not present this year due to travel commitments, Grammy Award-winning rapper Lecrae scored three awards including Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year and Rap/Hip-Hop Song of the Year for his Billboard No.1 album Anomaly.
"It's extremely humbling," said the "Welcome to America" artist in a statement to The Christian Post on Wednesday. "I make music to impact and inspire. I'm grateful to have a team around me that believes in the vision and contributes their talent to bring it all to fruition." more >>
O the fanciful world of Harry Potter. You've read the books, or at the least seen the many movies. Now comes this fantastic little homage to the popular series.
Thanks to a video uploaded to YouTube last week, you can see what one animator has done with the dreamy world, making it come alive using its own pages.
Peter Heacock, the man behind the YouTube account "UnPOP," made a short film in the style of stop-motion. more >>
"Mad Max" has not been visible in theaters for such a long time that George Miller was so surprised at how the viewers welcomed "Mad Max: Fury Road" when it was released last summer.
Despite "Mad Max: Fury Road" devoting only a small portion to the backstory of the characters and a majority of the film to chase scenes, the viewers welcomed Tom Hardy's character Mad Max and Charlize Theron's Furiosa. The audience may be clamoring for a sequel to Miller's film, but "Mad Max 5: The Wasteland" may not be in the cards in the near future, according to the Gospel Herald.
"Mad Max: Fury Road" generated a lot of income and also harvested good reviews from viewers and critics. Director Miller also revealed during the Comic-Con 2014 that he already had two scripts: one for "Fury Road" and another for "Mad Max: Furiosa." The latter would have satisfied the audience's craving for a backstory on Theron's character, including the history of her amputated arm and her exclusion from Immortan Joe's harem, the report details. more >>
Long, long ago, the movie "Back to the Future II" showed us what the world would look like in the year 2015.
Part of that future included the release of the blockbuster hit "Jaws 19," a holofilm whose 3D advertisement frightened main character Marty McFly.
Now here we are, and as expected, a trailer for the 19th installment of the Jaws franchise is here. more >>
It has been 11 years since "The Incredibles" was shown and just recently, fans of the superhero family were excited to hear that a sequel is in the works, with Brad Bird directly involved in its making. In an interview with IGN, Bird made some interesting revelations about the direction that the sequel will take.
In the interview, he cited that he needed to find middle ground in terms of developing a sequel. He originally intended the first movie to be just the one movie, but with the current trend of following up old movies with sequels, it took him some time to figure out what the sequel's central theme will be.
He offered this hint about this new direction: "the powers themselves are not that interesting, it's the people that are interesting and how they react to having those powers... I'm basically sticking with the approach that I had on the movie we did, which is that it's really about the characters than it is about bursting through walls or something like that." more >>