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Trump Re-election Official Campaign Video Has Trump as Thanos Killing All the Democrats - of Half the Life In The Universe

Trump Official Re-Election Campaign Video Has Donald Trump as Thanos Killing Democrats

The team behind the official Twitter account of the Trump 2020 Re-election campaign have come up with an… interesting tack to take. In light of Democrats launching impeachment charges against Trump’s Presidency, his team has responded. With a scene from Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame as he says ‘I am inevitable’ and clicks his fingers, using the […]

Why “Alita: Battle Angel” Should Recieve a Sequel

There’s no denying that Alita: Battle Angel was a film that aimed to take risks, and with risk comes great reward — sometimes. When the film was released earlier this year, it was met with mixed reviews and a box office run that wasn’t as profitable as Fox may have hoped for. Despite that, the […]

'Mulan': Watch the Brand New Trailer For The Live-Action Disney Remake

‘Mulan’: Watch the Brand New Trailer For The Live-Action Disney Remake

Mulan, the latest live-action Disney remake, just debuted its brand new trailer this morning. Much has been made of this film departing from the animated version of the film, but judge for yourself by watching the trialer and checking out the new poster below: When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man […]

[Rumor] Disney's Live-Action 'Mulan' Has $300 Million+ Budget

New Poster for “Mulan” Ahead of a New Trailer Dropping Tomorrow

Disney is getting ready to kick off marketing for yet another movie. We got three live-action remakes this year and two of them did extremely well at the box office. The next one is right around the corner and it’s time to check out a new trailer for it. According to the official Disney Twitter […]

“Alita: Battle Angel” Producer Advises Fans to Ask Disney for a Sequel

Alita: Battle Angel was a unique and ambitious film that established plenty of groundwork for a future sequel. Though it may not have been the immensely successful box office hit Fox had hoped for, the recent shift to Disney left ambiguity surrounding the chance of more. Now, one of the film’s producers has spoken about […]

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Screened For a Terminally Ill Fan

Star Wars fans of all ages are counting down the days until The Rise of Skywalker releases on December 20th. For one fan in England however, that wait would prove to be too long. A terminally ill, unidentified fan in England wish to see Episode 9 was granted by Disney and Lucasfilm, and their family […]

New Trailer and Two New Posters for Pixar's "Onward"

New Trailer and Two New Posters for Pixar’s “Onward”

When it comes to generating new and interesting movies you can’t go wrong with Pixar. The little studio that could went from a little side gig to practically being Disney animation until Frozen came along and basically soft rebooted Disney Animation. Their movies have been consistently good with even the lower end movies, such as the Cars […]





Mondo Announces Next Gallery Show Centered on Pixar

Mondo Announces Next Gallery Show Centered on Pixar

Mondo just closed two big-name shows yesterday, one focused on Charlie Brown artist Charles M. Schulz and a second collaboration with one of their longest-term collaborators, Belgian illustrator Laurent Durieux. The big-name collaborations won’t stop any time soon as they’ve announced that their next gallery show, held in conjunction with the fine folks at Cyclops […]

Will Disney+ Bring Back More Star Wars Characters?

Disney History “Hidden Gems” You Might’ve Missed on Disney+

There are buried gems beyond The Mandalorian and the MCU on Disney+. Looking back at some of the older material, all of which was probably handpicked to test the appetite of subscribers for older programs, is well worth the time. Among the gems are episodes of older Disney television shows. For instance, the 1966 episode […]

A Frozen II Review – Everything You Knew About Frozen Was Wrong #Frozen2

I took the kids to London’s Leicester Square for an advance viewing of Frozen II, on general release around the world from November 22nd. Now over the past six years, we have seen Frozen a lot. It came out when my daughters were five and eight apiece. They are now eleven and fourteen. So we […]

Will Disney+ Bring Back More Star Wars Characters?

Disney+: Sorry, But Streamer’s Still Missing a Few Things… [PART 1]

Disney+ is a remarkable repository of mostly amazing, occasionally really strange content. It was a little shocking to consider, in the days preceding the launch, the sheer volume of what they had planned for inclusion. Witness, for instance, the 3-hour YouTube video released which has a short clip of the movies, TV shows, and shorts […]

Does Frozen II Have a Post-Credit Scene? #Frozen2

Does Frozen II Have a Post-Credits Scene? #Frozen2

Just got out of seeing Frozen II with the kids at Leicester Square. It’s out on November the 22nd here, but the big question I have been asked, especially for other people coming with small ones in tow is a) is there a post-credit scene and b) is it worth placating young children with sweets, […]

Disney and Redbox Settle Digital Code Argument

Disney and Redbox Settle Digital Code Argument

Disney and Redbox have been arguing over digital rights to the studios films for a couple years now, and surprise, surprise- Disney won. Redbox has agreed to never sell digital codes for Disney films found in their combo pack releases. The legal battle began two years ago, when Disney found out that the kiosk service […]

Disney Has Chance to Fix Han/Greedo Scene in Star Wars for Disney+, Makes It Worse Instead

Star Wars: The Strange Meaning Behind Greedo’s “Maclunkey” Explained

Earlier this week, Bleeding Cool reported on the most recent edit to the controversial scene at the Mos Eisley Cantina between Han Solo and Greedo in Star Wars. Over the years the scene has been edited multiple times. Originally, Han shot first, killing Greedo before he could take a shot at Han. In subsequent edits, […]

"Frozen 2" Review: Better Than the First One But Not a Game Changer

“Frozen 2” Review: Better Than the First One But Not a Game Changer

Frozen 2 is a deeper and darker sequel that is technically better than the first one but doesn’t feel like the game-changer that Frozen was. Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee Summary: Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find […]

"The Little Mermaid" Live-Action Remake Casts Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric

“The Little Mermaid” Remake Casts Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric

It’s been a while since we heard any casting about Disney’s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. The last we heard about this movie was back in July and we all assumed that we would get some sort of casting announcing at the, at the time, upcoming D23 Expo. However, D23 came and went and we […]