My Life as a Zucchini – Switzerland’s entry as Best foreign Language Film for the Oscars® – is the story of a boy who finds himself in an orphanage, filled with kids his own age after his mother dies, thanks to his policeman friend, Raymond.
With the help of Raymond and his new friends, gradually, Zucchini’s life gets better.
My Life as a Zucchini will released in both its original French (with subtitles) and an English-dubbed version – featuring Nick Offernan, Will Forte, Amy Sedaris and Ellen Page – on February 24th. The English-dubbed trailer follows the jump.
BBC Home entertainment is looking to add a little mystery to your life beginning with the home video release of Sherlock: Season Four on January 24th, and Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (now available in the US).
The first trailer for Power Rangers looked pretty cool – as a straightforward superhero origin story – but it did lack humor.
The new trailer (after the break) rectifies that to some degree. It’s not the over-the-top camp humor of the various incarnations of the TV series, but it suggests that the film hasn’t totally forsaken its TV roots.
Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens – a tale of an angel and a demon who try to avert the apocalypse (neither is quite yet tired of our Earth) – is being adapted by Amazon as a six-part limited series.
Gaiman will write and be an executive producer on the project.
The Founder is the story of Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton), the man who discovered the potential of a small hamburger joint in San Bernardino, California. It is the origin story of McDonalds. Having mild to moderate success as a salesman for various goods, Kroc finds himself both amused and intrigued when he receives an order for five multi-mixing milkshake machines. Perplexed at how one restaurant could ever such a need, he drives to the first ever McDonalds run by a pair of brothers, Dick (Nick Offerman) and Mac (John Carroll Lynch). Continue reading The Founder Weaves Together a Fascinating Narrative About the American Dream→
It takes less than half the new trailer (in either green or red band) for us to learn that the little girl that old man Logan and the aged Professor X are protecting is a very familiar character at a very young age – and that they might just protecting others from her, as well.
Note the amusing – and thought-provoking – way Logan ties in to the X-Men cinematic universe. Very, very clever indeed!
Logan opens on March 2nd. Hold onto your hats and check out both red and green band trailers after the break.
As of today, fans of BOOM! Studios books and comics will be able to access their favorite titles on the go via the BOOM! Studios App – available now on iTunes and coming soon to google Play.
In partnership with the innovative mobile-comics platform Madefire, using their Motion Book Publisher service, BOOM! Studios is the newest standalone app to feature BOOM!’s acclaimed library of acclaimed comics from all four imprints – BOOM! Studios, BOOM! Box, KaBOOM!, and Archaia – along with day-and-date major releases, including today’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #11 and WWE #1. The app is free to download and titles will be available to purchase at their printed cover price on the day of release with older issues, original graphic novels, and collections available at a reduced price.