With the success of the Harry Potter franchise, I wonder if fans still need to be convinced to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? It’s a sort of Harry Potter prequel, and it features magic and monsters in 1920s America. What more do you need!? Another trailer? Okay, take the jump to see it!
Are you super excited for the upcoming Doctor Strange movie? “HELLZ TO THE YEAHZ, MAN!” Want to see 15 minutes of footage for free? “DUDE! STOP MESSIN’ WITH MY MIND!” You’ll be able to open your mind and see fifteen minutes of IMAX footage for free on October 10th at 115 IMAX theaters in North America.
There is a lot of controversy surrounding the upcoming Ghost in the Shell movie starring Scarlett Johansson. Paramount Pictures has released the first clips from the flick, which means it is up to you to take the jump and weigh in on the online complaints.
[Music] Hasbro releases My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legends of Everfree soundtrack ahead of Netflix premiere
Hasbro Studios announced the digital release of the official My Little Pony: Legend of Everfree soundtrack.
One thing I could never stand about Santa Clara was all the damn vampires. Now, the adventures of the Frog Brothers and friends continue in the new series from Vertigo. When the series debuts on October 12th, it will feature a variant cover by Joelle Jones, that you have to see to believe.
Warner Bros. has taken an interesting approach to its direct to video releases. The studio is sending them to the theater for a single day premiere. WB did it recently with The Killing Joke, and it is doing it again with Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders animated feature.
Maybe it was because the movie was already long enough, or maybe it was just too expensive to get Nightcrawler to breakdance, but now we can see three minutes of the X-Men visiting a mall from X-Men: Apocalypse.
[Solicitations] VIZ Media gives us a fantastic look at Miyazaki’s Castle in the Sky with new art book
Hayao Miyazaki’s Castle in the Sky is one of my favorite films from Studio Ghibli. From beginning to end it is a fantastic adventure tale that is superbly animated. VIZ Media is making it easy to love the film even more with The Art of Castle in the Sky.