Disney-Pixar’s MONSTERS UNIVERSITY World Premiere Tailgate Party at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood
It’s hard to believe that it has been nearly 12 years since Monsters Inc. hit theaters. It was only Pixar’s fourth feature, releasing fresh off the success of Toy Story 2. By that time the young company had already made a name for itself, and it seemed they could do no wrong. It scored a […]
Disney-Pixar’s ‘Monsters University’ Opens June 21! Enter to Win Passes to the St. Louis Advance Screening!
Invites you to enter for your chance to win a family four pack of passes to a 3D advance “screaming” of Disney*Pixar’s MONSTERS UNIVERSITY! Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are an inseparable pair, but that wasn’t always the case. From the moment these two mismatched monsters met they couldn’t stand each other. Monsters University […]
This week Disney-Pixar announced that they are working on a feature-length sequel to the 2003 Oscar award winning Finding Nemo. The film will not revolve around Nemo and his father Marlin however, but rather their forgetful companion Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres). Director Andrew Stanton returns to direct, this time without co-director Lee Unkrich (Toy […]
Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful hits theaters today. The film serves as a prequel (of sorts) the MGM classic The Wizard of Oz. I say “of sorts” because Warner Brothers currently holds the rights to the film but not the books (which are in the public domain). As blasphemous as tinkering with a legendary […]
Back in 2003, Fox acquired the rights to Daredevil during the initial surge of interest in comic based films. The original cast was Ben Affleck as Matt Murdock, Jennifer Garner as Elektra, Michael Clarke Duncan as The Kingpin, and Colin Farrell as Bullseye. The movie opened to mixed reviews. A sequel was discussed but never […]
I know I’m the comic book guy, but there is more to me than a love of everything comics. I also love the cinema. Here’s a batch of new trailers that really get me excited.
Pick of the week for August 27, 2012 – The Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom Written by Mark Waid Art by Chris Samnee The year was 1991, and I was sitting in a darkened movie theater waiting for another random Disney movie. Little did I know I was about to fall in love with a movie […]
It always bothers me leaving a children’s film not knowing exactly who it’s intended audience is. Being that The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a PG Disney film, it certainly isn’t for adults. But after watching it, I can’t see kids 3-10 being entertained by it either. And there just isn’t enough action or […]
There is no doubt that Pixar has set the bar high. There was a time where it seemed like they couldn’t lose, releasing film after film that would become an instant classic. From the first Toy Story movie until Toy Story 3, every movie was received with almost no complaints from critics, with the exception […]
Disney shut up and take my money! That’s all I could think of when I finished watching the Wreck-It Ralph trailer. Sure, I’ve said this about other movies before, but as I don’t really get to say it enough let’s just let is slide. The video game fan in me immediately swooned when I saw […]