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Way back in 2012, before all of those months of CG work and post production, we stopped by and visited the set of Maleficent. You can read the full report in the new issue of Bleeding Cool magazine, complete with …
One of the more interesting characters in Maleficent is Diaval, her sidekick, or familiar. Sometimes he is a crow, and sometimes he is Sam Riley-shaped.
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That’s right, all the mayhem she causes is because she wasn’t invited to a party.
It can certainly be interesting to see the black-and-white morals of fairytales get a little tweak.
I guess poor Brenton Thwaites doesn’t get a poster.
Funko has announced some of their newest toys and it’s quite the range from a Rocketeer action figure with removable Helmet and Jet Pack to classic Hanna-Barbera animation Pops of Fred Flintstone, Barney Rubble, Frankenstein Jr, and my personal favorite …
It’s been tied-in to an announcement that, from tomorrow, an “extended sneak peek” at the film will play in both East and West Coast Disney parks in the US.
Unfortunately, it appears they gave away the best parts in yesterday’s tease.
The full trailer will be out tomorrow and I guess we’ll get to see more of her previously unseen sides.
I hope this comes off. Even if it doesn’t, we can all just run back to Sleeping Beauty anyway.
If you had shown me these two posters and asked which belonged to which country, I probably would have guessed backwards.
While we’ve seen them flit about here and there in the various trailers, this is the first very clear view we have of the three fairies (pixies, in this film).
That’s Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, aka 2023′s Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner, with mom Angelina.
Promos are coming in fast and furious now that the May 30th release date isn’t so far away.
Intercut with the same scenes from the animated Disney version of Sleeping Beauty, it gives us a nice contrast to how these characters have been translated into live-action form.
Played very well by Elle Fanning and Angelina Jolie, the central scene here could very easily have come from the pages of Company of Wolves.
I’m very curious to see how Angelina Jolie is playing this. The animated version of the character, and Eleanor Audley’s performance as her voice, are pretty much indelible, I think.