Pixar really outdid itself with Coco, and the Blu-ray is down to $19 today on Amazon, complete with a digital copy. That’s the best price we’ve seen so far on the best animated feature Oscar winner.
As cool as it is to see the Parr family kicking ass and taking names as the Incredibles, it’s just as fun (if not more so) to see them all fighting to blend in with normal society and hide the fantastic powers that make them superheroes. Newly announced comic books from Dark Horse will focus on exactly that.
This morning, we got our latest huge look at Avengers: Infinity War. Amid the sound and fury of Thanos imposing his will upon Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, we also got some very intriguing glimpses of the Avengers’ plans to fight back against the Mad Titan. Here’s everything we found.
Here’s your latest look at Avengers: Infinity War—and Thanos’ is here to kick some major butt.
Today, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available digitally, ahead of its upcoming Blu-ray and 3D home releases. But another version of the movie is actually available today too—one that’s light on dialogue. Well, not just light. There’s literally none.
When you watch the very beginning of Disney’s Moana, you’re overwhelmed by cuteness because the main character’s just a baby. But there’s a lot more going on.
Last year, pictures of Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Avengers: Infinity War revealed a particular arc-reactor-shaped hole in his costume, sparking talk of a dire fate for the Iron Avenger. Although we eventually glimpsed the reactor in the Infinity War trailer, we now know its return isn’t for Tony’s health: It’s…
Star Wars is expanding even more beyond the big screen with live-action television shows, and film veteran Jon Favreau is paving the way. Lucasfilm has announced that Favreau will executive produce and write a new live-action show set in the Star Wars galaxy.
A Wrinkle in Time might be a science fiction epic that takes place across galaxies, but its story is surprisingly small. It’s about one girl learning to find herself, set against the backdrop of the entire universe. But while the film tries to balance the personal journey of Meg Murry (Storm Reid) with director Ava…
I wasn’t ready to see a live-action Winnie the Pooh this morning. I just wasn’t.
The Oscars were supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Sunday when they debuted the first look at December’s Mary Poppins Returns.
For many Star Wars fans, a moment almost as exciting as the actual film debut is when it gets a home release. That’s when all the deleted scenes come out, adding color and context to the story. In the case of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, there were a few moments left on the cutting room floor that seem pretty important…
The Highlander reboot is finally moving forward. Captain Marvel’s screenwriter discusses the film’s humor. Disney sets a lot of mysterious movie dates. Plus, get a look at Iris in superheroic action on The Flash, new pictures from the return of Jessica Jones and Westworld, and Gotham debuts some questionable facial…
Artist Michael Pasquale has created the perfect post-script to Black Panther.
Sometimes I see “kids’” films and wonder how in the hell some of that stuff got included in the final cut. Surely children must be horrified watching this play out. Then I remember my own childhood.
Well, if you’re in the US, that is. Marvel Studios just made a surprise announcement that Avengers: Infinity War has moved its US release from May 4 to a worldwide release on April 27.
Last year, we heard Disney had mandated that Agents of SHIELD be kept going on ABC, even though the network was considering canceling the show. This lends a bit of an ominous air to the show’s creators describing the fifth season’s finale as being written like it could be the series finale.
The first trailer is out for Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (oh man, we’re going to need an acronym for this one), which takes Ralph out of his retro gaming comfort zone and into the world wide webiverse. But be careful, it’s full of haunting kitten eyes and traumatized toddlers.
Fox has already rapidly expanded its slate of Marvel movies when it comes to the X-Men Universe, with everything from Deadpool to New Mutants pushing beyond the main X-films. But now, it appears the studio is looking to flesh out the Marvel characters it has access to through the Fantastic Four, starting with the…
A couple of years ago, we heard Disney was pulling together a script for a long-awaited cinematic return to its cult classic The Rocketeer, with an African-American woman in the titular role. But now the company has officially unveiled a separate reboot—except this one is a Disney Junior series.