The new international trailer of "Moana," the upcoming CG-animated feature by Walt Disney Animation Studios, has showcased an adorable side of the musical fantasy-adventure movie. The short clip also introduced one significant character of the story – the Pacific Ocean.
Princess Moana Meets The Water For The First Time
Released on July 20, the one-minute international trailer gave a glimpse to the childhood of Princess Moana Waialiki, the cherubic titular character of the Disney film. Baby Moana is seen enjoying the beach when a sentient ocean started to play along with her. The fun was cut short after a voice called the baby princess. more >>
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has been a blockbuster in the big screen. In fact, Zach Snyder did a fantastic job with the movie. But beautiful as it may have seem, there are lots of issues revealed in the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" Honest Trailer.
The Honest Trailer is out, and it shows brutal and unmerciful events of the film. The trailer would give viewers different views as to how it was shown. In fact, the narrator had introduced the honest trailer as "a cool new Batman movie trapped inside a boring convoluted Superman sequel, trapped inside whatever cartoon Lex Luthor is from."
Others find the honest trailer humorous since it showed that the hero that would dominate is Batman. With the Honest Trailer revealed, fans and critics have differing opinions about it. more >>
Fans and followers are eagerly anticipating the premier of "Suicide Squad" on the big screen this coming Aug. 5, and teasing their imagination is a recently released exclusive extended clip from Warner Bros. The trailer gave a preview of what to expect in the much-awaited film.
The Joker Laugh
So far, fans are asking whether Jared Leto can fill in Mark Hammill's shoes as the Joker. Hamill made fans question Leto's talents as the Joker as he let out a chilling laugh in a panel interview for "Batman: The Killing Joke." In a previous trailer for "Suicide Squad," a short laugh can be heard from Leto which was not enough to convince fans. more >>
The next season of "Sherlock" could possibly be its last.
Leads Are High in Demand
Benedict Cumberbatch has become in demand in movies, so is Martin Freeman. He is said to be doing the mini-series out of loyalty to its supporters. Steven Moffat, one of the showrunners of the show, expressed his amazement that BBC Worldwide still managed to get Cumberbatch, who plays the famous detective, and Freeman, his trusted sidekick doctor, to do a fourth season. more >>
CHICAGO — Each time my young son and I walk into a movie theater, I give him a friendly reminder: Let's look for a few lessons in the film we can learn. Most of the time after the credits roll, he's great at rattling off a few ideas, but after we watched The Secret Life of Pets, he was stumped.
"What can we learn from that one?" I asked.
"Umm, I'm not sure," he responded. more >>
A billboard company in Cleveland, where the Republican Party will hold its convention next week, has rejected a giant ad promoting the release of "God's Not Dead 2" for being "too incendiary," but a quote by former President Ronald Reagan used on a pro-atheist billboard has been approved.
The Hollywood Reporter said on Wednesday that the "God's Not Dead 2" ad was rejected by Orange Barrel Media for its text, which reads: "I'd rather stand with God and be judged by the world than stand with the world and be judged by God."
Orange Barrel reportedly told Pure Flix, the distributor, that it did not like the phrase "judged by God," claiming that it was "too political" and "way too incendiary." more >>