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This time, we have Jamie Bell, Charlotte Gainsbourg and… a special gift.
The following clip is a massive, massive spoiler for The Day of the Doctor, last weekend’s 50th anniversary special and – in my consideration – the best episode of Doctor Who I have ever seen.
My hunch is that this is from very, very near the beginning of the episode
Get a Horse features Walt Disney as the voice of Mickey Mouse.
It was when I saw this back in the summer, ironically enough, that I “got” the point of this little Snowman guy, Olaf.
The film’s going to play on ten cinema screens across the US, but most of the business, I’m sure, will be digital.
You won’t be seeing this on certain airlines any time soon (as if you would, anyway).
So far, nothing we’d seen from Nymphomaniac had actually featured any of the sex that the story is apparently so concerned with.
Elizabeth Banks is Wyldstyle in The Lego Movie, the second billed character and, even at two inches tall, something of a handful on the battle floor.
I’m sure I don’t have to remind you that in the Marvel Movieverse, magic can be explained by science, it just that it hasn’t been, yet. They’ll call Thor a god, for sure, but also frame him as an alien.
Clips From PBS Doc, Superheroes: A Never Ending Battle Start With Michael Chabon And Mark Waid On Superman
The trick seems to have been a simple one: get interesting people and ask them questions about representation and meaning in superhero comic books. That’s all it takes.
Ahead of this afternoon’s big Star Wars: Rebels unveiling at NYCC, producer-director Dave Filoni took to Facebook to put a bow on his last Lucasfilm endeavour.
Finally making its way towards UK screens is this live-action adaption of Nobuhiro Watsuki’s manga series.
His commentaries are always interesting and hypnotic at once. I almost wish he recorded tracks like this for films that aren’t his own.
Get A Brief, Imperfect Look At Disney’s Amazing Blend Of Hand Drawn And CG In New Short, Get A Horse!
I knew what the deal with Get A Horse! was but seeing it actually happening is incredibly powerful.
This is how SHIELD looks on the other side of the production divide, when everybody picked up the pieces and got into making the full series.
“Delirium: Confusion. Delusion. Hallucination. The nymphomaniac’s father dies.”
Now, I really, really wasn’t expecting this.