I have made no secret of my love for Disney’s Second Screen app technology. It is a very cool and unique way of viewing extra features of your Disney Blu-rays in a home environment. Emphasis on the word HOME. Disney is now taking their second screen technology and ENCOURAGING people to bring it to the theaters on their upcoming limited re-release of The Little Mermaid.
DreamWorks Pictures has released a new poster for its WikiLeaks movie, The Fifth Estate. Follow the jump to check out the official synopsis and links for Facebook, Twitter and more.
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The teaser poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, with the paint job blasted off Cap’s shield (and what, pray tell, could scratch the vibranium surface of the shield…?), has a feeling of starkness that feels somehow more immediate and challenging than art for the first movie. Intriguing…
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier releases in theatres on April 4, 2014!
Big Hero 6 is an action/comedy/adventure based on the Marvel comics of the same name. Brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada finds himself in the grips of a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast-paced, high-tech city of San Fransokyo. Hiro and his closest companion—a robot named Baymax—join forces with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters on a mission to save their city. Big Hero 6 is from Walt Disney Animation Studios and hits theatres in 3D on November 7, 2014.
Check out more concept art – and some moody early footage – after the jump.
The jury may still be out as to whether Gore Verbonski’s The Lone Ranger will do for westerns what his Pirates of the Caribbean did for pirate movies, but it has to said: it’s gonna look cool!
Four more character posters follow the jump.
Disney’s D23 Fanniversary Hosts: (L) Justin Arthur – Collections Specialist, The Walt Disney Archives and (R), Billy Stanek, Web Editor, The Official Disney Fanclub Site D23.com. Photo by Michelle Alexandria
I freely admit that somehow in my old age I have become a huge fan of all things Disney. There is just something about that company. In the 80s the running joke was then Disney President Michael Eisner would run around Hollywood acting like the Godfather and said, “Give me all your characters.”
Finding Nemo is on the top five Pixar movies, which means it is already a bona fide classic in 2D. With this weekend’s re-release in 3D, it doesn’t really get all that much better because the 3D is only intermittently effective – though when it is, it’s really, really effective.
John Carter is an example of an adaptation that works as a movie. It doesn’t require you to know anything about the source material, or, expect the audience to have a crystal ball and know what’s “going to happen” in the “sequels.” It was nice watching an adaptation that stood on its own feet and hugged me with all four arms. It kept me entertained and made me want to go out and read the original source material for more detail.