Month: December 2019

Syd Mead, visionary conceptual artist behind Blade Runner and Tron, passes at 86
Why SPOILER returned for Star Wars one last time
Soul, Mulan, Wonder Woman 1984 among Fandango’s most anticipated movies of 2020
Frozen II beats original’s stateside gross; Star Wars still hot, Spies fly steady

Frozen II continued its record-breaking run at the box office this week, beating the $400 million mark on Thursday and remaining in the top five over the holiday weekend, The Numbers is reporting. That’s enough to put the Disney sequel ahead of the 2013 original, and by this time tomorrow, it will beat the lifetime gross of 1994’s The […]

Spies in Disguise

While a few details may ruffle your feathers, Spies in Disguise checks the necessary boxes to be an enjoyable enough film.

This Star Wars column figured out that Rey was SPOILER three years ago
The Rise of Skywalker rises to $175 million

The Force was–wait for it–strong at the box office this weekend, even if it wasn’t quite as forceful as many had been expecting. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opened this weekend to $175 million, The Numbers is reporting. That was enough to give it the third-biggest December opening weekend ever, but was also respectively lower than […]

Avatar turns 10: cast and crew discuss landmark blockbuster’s legacy
Magic is real in full Onward trailer

A brand new trailer for Onward is now online, and can be checked out in the player above. The preview will play with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in theaters this weekend. Onward goes fourth onto the big screen in March. Set in a suburban fantasy world, Disney and Pixar’s Onward introduces two teenage elf brothers (voices […]

Reflections on a Black Hole — Disney’s sci-fi voyage 40 years on
Finding Santa: A Christmas Adventure

Even with an interesting animation style, Finding Santa doesn’t quite earn itself a place on top of Santa’s nice list.

J.J. Abrams, cast members address fan reaction to The Last Jedi
Why $5 tickets couldn’t save Playmobil: The Movie
Marvel TV to shut its doors
Frozen II soundtrack tops Billboard 200 chart
Playmobil: The Movie

Playmobil: The Movie is not The Lego Movie. Fortunately, the filmmakers know this too and give viewers something different to play with.

Caroll Spinney, beloved Muppeteer behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, passes away
Wonder Woman 1984 trailer sends titular heroine back into action

The first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 is now online, and without giving too much away about it, let’s just say it has enough to get fans pretty pumped for the upcoming sequel. In addition, several new promo posters have been revealed as well. The 80’s-set superhero extravaganza opens everywhere next June.

Watch Weezer’s music video for Frozen II

Sure, Elsa and Anna are the stars of Frozen II, but one moment that’s been getting a lot of discussion is Kristoff’s musical number “Lost in the Woods”, which plays like an 80’s love ballad. Fittingly enough, the pop version of that song is done by Weezer, and you can now watch the official music video […]