Well, there you have it. The first official teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The movie will be in theaters on December 18 next year. I can hardly wait!
The first trailer of the animated Peanuts movie is out. That’s quite a presentation. The movie is set for a release around Christmas next year.
After the trailer for the upcoming Avengers movie, we start with a special, and silly look. Well, that didn’t stay light-hearted for long, but we’ll take what we get.
There you go, checkout the final trailer for the upcoming movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. Mockingjay Part 1 will arrive in theaters on November 21.
Take your first look at Marvel’s upcoming movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron. Now that’s some great action, and quite an impressive preview.
Disney movies are based off stories that are, for the most part, very difficult to place in correct historical order. You could always try to place them in history, depending upon the characters, the setting, and even clothes. It won’t always be the correct answer, but the estimate can be pretty good.
The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies will be out in December. While you wait for that, they have unveiled a huge, widescreen poster for you to enjoy. The image above shows a section of the poster, hit ahead or click on the image above for the larger, full, version.
This is so totally cool! Han and Leia in the Up universe. Well, Carl and Ellie did want to be adventurers and explore whole new worlds, maybe they would find time for that in the Star Wars universe. The illustration is the work of artist James Hance and is available as a print for $15.
How does a Michael Bay directed film work? Well, I’m no expert, but you’re supposed to have a lot of (scientifically known as shitton) of explosions before you get a Michael Bay movie. Here’s what an ‘Up’ directed by Michael Bay would look like, complete with music and explosions everywhere.
Nine people collaborated for these supercool Lego dioramas inspired by The Princess Bride. Princess Bride Collaboration 2014 includes thirteen Lego creations. The people who collaborated on the set are Paul Vermeesch, Dan Church, Max Pointner, Ian Spacek, Casey McCoy, Philip Berntson, Matthew Oh, Ben Merrill, and Lee Muzzy. Hit ahead for more images, and a video of an interview with the collaborators.