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New Teen Titans Go Movie Poster Pokes Fun At Justice League

Arguably the most eye-catching poster that Warner Bros and DC put out for Justice League last year depicted Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg standing triumphantly together, and in the center, it read “You Can’t Save The World Alone,” using the heroes’ symbols to replace certain letters. For Teen Titans Go! to the Movies‘ poster (via Fandango), Robin, Stafire, ...

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What Aardman Looks For When Casting Its Movies, According To Early Man’s Nick Park

Early Man, the new stop-motion animated film from Aardman Animations, features a seriously impressive cast. Not only does it have Academy Award-winner Eddie Redmayne playing the lead, but features a supporting cast full of names like Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams, Timothy Spall, and Richard Ayoade. Given the talents of these individuals, it’s probably not too much of a surprise that ...

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How Many Times The Cloverfield Paradox Was Reportedly Watched On Netflix Its First Week

But the lack of marketing on The Cloverfield Paradox is presumably just one part of the problem, as bad word-of-mouth undoubtedly hasn’t helped either. The Cloverfield Paradox ranks at a dismal 18% on Rotten Tomatoes among critics, while the Audience Score is more mixed at 51%. Granted, as mentioned earlier, Bright wasn’t a critical darling either, but at least it ...

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What Happens, And What They Mean

Since most Marvel movies don’t open with credits, many of the films start their credits with what would otherwise be the opening credits, a colorful display that focuses on the major players in the movie. This portion ends with the title and from there we move into the first scene. T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) has arrived at the United Nations and ...

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The Special Way Forest Whitaker Approached Mourning King T’Chaka In Black Panther

In Wakanda, Zuri is the man in charge of the application of the Heart-Shaped Herb, which many Marvel fans are familiar with as the flower that gives Black Panther his incredible strength, speed and agility. One of its incredibly important other uses, however, is to allow a newly-coroneted ruler to access the ancestral plane and reconnect with past generations. T’Challa, ...

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Why The Original Story For Coco Didn’t Work

This first pitch feels very much like a Pixar movie. It’s an emotional journey for a character which, if done well, means an emotional journey for the audience as well. The problem, as Lee Unkrich explained to me, was that after traveling to Mexico and really beginning to learn about what Dia de Los Muertos means to Mexico, he eventually ...

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How Long The MCU Has Teased Black Panther, According to Kevin Feige

Of course, many members of the audience have been clamoring for a Black Panther movie since the 1990s, if not earlier, and Hollywood icons like John Singleton even tried to pitch (decidedly different) versions of the T’Challa story long before the genesis of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So why did it take so long after the establishment of the MCU? ...

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Why The New Mutants Being Delayed Is A Good Thing, According To Maisie Williams

Earlier in her interview with Collider, Maisie Williams noted that The New Mutants wrapped principal photography last September, so there was going to be a quick turnaround from cameras rolling to the effects being developed in post-production to the movie’s theatrical release. Williams knows from her time on Game of Thrones how much work goes into making a visually-dazzling project ...

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The Incredibles 2 Trailer Throws The Superhero Family Back Into Action

Along with all the returning faces from The Incredibles, including Frozone, Edna Mode (writer and director Brad Bird’s character, who wisely points out that parenting is a heroic act… when done properly) and the sinister Underminer (John Ratzenberger), Incredibles 2 is introducing several important new players. They include Bob Odenkirk‘s Winston Deavor, Catherine Keener’s Evelyn Deavor, Sophia Bush’s Voyd and ...

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