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20th Century Fox essentially invented the modern superhero movie with 2000's X-Men, and is shaping up to increase its superhero output in the coming years.
The next major release in its X-Men series will be 2016's Apocalypse, sandwiched between two spinoff movies. And that's only the beginning of their plans.
X-Men: Apocalypse will hit UK cinemas on May 19, 2016 and May 27 in the Us.
New mutants for old
Bryan Singer is returning to the franchise for his fourth X-Men outing, which has been billed as the concluding chapter in a trilogy that began in X-Men: First Class and continued through Days of Future Past - although Singer has also called it "the true birth of the X-Men".
Contrary to some of the rumours flying around, as far as we know, the original cast members from back in the 2000s (Patrick Stewart, »
British cinemas finally get to enjoy Pixar's stunning new film, Inside Out, this weekend. The movie, directed by Pete Docter and Ronnie del Carmen, is already surely a shoo-in for best animated feature at next year's Oscars, and is arguably one of the best films of this year full stop. It seems only another Pixar film could get in the way.
So then: as it turns out, Inside Out is not the only Pixar movie we're getting this year. Arriving this November is The Good Dinosaur, which itself promises to be something quite special. Now directed solely by Peter Sohn, the movie features the voice talents of Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Anna Paquin, Frances McDormand and Sam Elliot.
The film is based on the idea that the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs actually missed the Earth, »
I think we can all agree that dinosaurs are very cool. But would it still be cool if they were living amongst us? If the new trailer for Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur is anything to go by, then yes, it would be very cool. Not to mention adorable.
A full-length trailer was just released for Pixar’s next effort, The Good Dinosaur. The premise follows the idea that the asteroid that wiped out the dinos never actually hit Earth, allowing humans and mammals to evolve alongside dinosaurs. What we wouldn't give to spend a day in that world...
In the film, Arlo is a young Apatosaurus that is forced to face his fears after becoming lost in an unfamiliar landscape. He meets a small human boy that accompanies him on his journey through the wilderness, and they form the kind of adorable friendship that Pixar has made their hallmark. »
- Amanda Wood
A new trailer for the adventure introduces Arlo the Apatosaurus, who embarks on his own journey of discovery when he makes an unlikely human friend after becoming orphaned and lost far away from home.
Originally delayed from its November 2013 release date, the film was also given a new storyline and cast, with only McDormand remaining in her original role.
The Good Dinosaur will open in the Us on November 25 and November 27 in the UK. »
The Good Dinosaur has been in production since what seems like the Ice Age, but the movie will finally be released in time for the holidays this Thanksgiving, giving the world it's second Disney Pixar movie of 2015! Inside Out, released this past June, was an instant box office hit, and has been called a true masterpiece of animation. Will The Good Dinosaur be able to live up to that same hype? The first full trailer arrives, following the teaser that debuted earlier this year, and it promises to be something special and quite unique.
Directed by Peter Sohn, The Good Dinosaur asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo (voice of Raymond Ochoa) makes an unlikely human friend. »
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Here’s a first look at the magnificent new trailer and image for Disney•Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur.
Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo (voice of Raymond Ochoa) makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of.
- Michelle McCue
It seems Pixar can take any impossible sounding idea and turn it into critically acclaimed, box office gold. Set an entire movie inside a girl's head with her emotions as the main character? "Inside Out" has earned $490 million worldwide and counting, so you do the math. And with "Jurassic World" making a billion dollars, "The Good Dinosaur" should be a slam dunk with audiences looking for more dinos at the movies. Featuring the voices of Raymond Ochoa, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Aj Buckley, Anna Paquin, Sam Elliott, Frances McDormand, Marcus Scribner, and Jack Bright, the movie is a creationists fantasy that imagines what the world might be like if dinosaurs weren't wiped up and evolved alongside humans. Here's the official synopsis: "The Good Dinosaur" asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Previously we got only a glimpse at what Pixar's second film of 2015 will have to offer, but today the studio has released a new, full trailer for The Good Dinosaur, releasing in theaters on Nov. 25. Directed by Peter Sohn and featuring the voices of Raymond Ochoa, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Aj Buckley, Anna Paquin, Sam Elliott, Frances McDormand, Marcus Scribner and Jack Bright, the film asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinctc Taking us back to prehistoric times, the story centers on an Apatosaurus named Arlo (Ochoa) who makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of. Watch the new trailer below. sb id="1545313" height="360" width="640" »
- Brad Brevet
Pixar is still basking in the runaway success of its instant classic Inside Out, a heartfelt and beautifully realized study of human emotion in flux (as well as the most mighty Best Picture contender of 2015 so far), but the animation studio is already looking to the future with a new trailer for this November’s The Good Dinosaur.
Peter Sohn directed the unusual buddy comedy, about a dinosaur named Arlo who leaves home after a traumatic family event and enlists a human boy as his only traveling companion.
The trailer creates a jaw-droppingly beautiful world populated by both dinos and humans, though the good dinosaur himself looks a little out of place when surrounded by such richly detailed natural beauty. Of course, Pixar is one of the most widely respected names in animation out there, so I have a feeling that audiences will be able to adjust to the contrast quite quickly. »
- Isaac Feldberg
Pixar is psychic! Dinosaurs plus Pixar is gold this summer!
The latest trailer for the second movie from the studio this year debuted on Tuesday and offered a more focused look at The Good Dinosaur and the characters that will inhabit it. The film is directed by Peter Sohn and features a voice cast of Raymond Ochoa, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Aj Buckley, Anna Paquin, Sam Elliot, Frances McDormand, Marcus Scribner, and Jack Bright.
The first teaser was more of an initial look at the film so people seeing Inside Out could get a taste of the second Pixar offering of the year while this one is more of a focused look at the main characters. It also works as a hint at the gorgeous visuals that will be on display, which may be some of the best that Pixar has done since Brave.
The Good Dinosaur has gone through »
- Zach Dennis
Does the Rogue Cut improve X-Men: Days Of Future Past? Not really, but it does make it a little different...
This review contains spoilers for X-Men: Days Of Future Past
Ever since the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past, fans have been clamouring to see an extended version which restores the (allegedly) substantial amount of material that didn't make the cinematic cut. Even at the time of release, it was widely known that most of the scenes filmed by Anna Paquin – Rogue from the original X-Men trilogy – had been removed.
A year later, fans have had their wish granted with the release of a new cut of the film subtitled The Rogue Cut. But has adding scenes to this famously convoluted superhero movie improved it? Is this a case of 'more is better', or simply 'more is more'?
For the most part, the narrative of the film remains intact. »
The X-Men movies took comic books seriously, exploring themes of isolation and prejudice present in Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's Marvel creations. It's fair to say that without the X-Men movies there'd be no Christopher Nolan Dark Knight trilogy.
To mark X-Men's birthday, Digital Spy dived back through all seven franchise instalments to present a (non-definitive) ranking:
7. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
Oh, Fox. If this is how you try to make up for The Last Stand, we need to have a serious talk. Logan's origin story proves, at best, an unnecessary and forgettable outing that could have been so much more.
For all his hard work, Hugh Jackman couldn't elevate this film above its poor script, by-the-numbers storytelling and laughably bad CGI. Now »
Director: Bryan Singer
Running Time: 149 minutes
Premiering Saturday at San Diego Comic Con, X-Men Days of Future Past: The Rogue Cut has intrigued us ever since it was announced that the bulk of Anna Paquin‘s scene’s as Rogue had been unceremoniously dropped from the theatrical cut. One of the main reasons cited at the time was that the sub-plot which included her character made the film over-long, and interfered with the pace too much. Director Bryan Singer did promise however, that the scenes would be re-instated at a later date, and now we finally have access to them.
The new cut of the mutant movie features a whole seventeen minutes of additional footage which predominantly features Rogue. If you are one of the millions that has already seen the theatrical »
- Kat Smith
Directors' cuts can go both ways, as Ridley Scott proves. Remove studio experience and let a filmmaker tell the story he'd planned and you can be treated to a piece like the Kingdom of Heaven Director's Cut, a far more enjoyable, well-structured and comprehensible film than the version that underwhelmed in cinemas. Or, you get a Blade Runner situation, with five different versions of a film in existence and debate over which really represents the true vision.
With the Rogue Cut of X-Men: Days of Future Past, out now on Blu-ray and DVD, the end result is fortunately a success, mostly. This lengthier version of the Fox superhero smash is a richer, better version of the film shown to cinema audiences. But while the new scenes add greater cohesion to the franchise, there are several where the cutting room floor seems the most fitting abode.
There's no great tweak to »
Bryan Singer's X-Men: Day's of Future Past is about to get an extended cut, entitled The Rouge Cut, featuring tons of behind-the-scenes footage, deleted scenes, and most notably, an entire missing segment featuring Rogue's (Anna Paquin) role in preventing mutant extinction. In anticipation of the Blu-ray release today, we’ve been provided with a set of Quicksilver's (Evan Peters) props from the film - his backpack and goggles. In order to enter our giveaway, email email@example.com with your name and address and include Quicksilver Giveaway in the headline. You also need to have “liked” Collider on Facebook. This giveaway will be open until July 26th at noon Pst and is only open to residents of the United States. Also, only one entry per person. Once the giveaway ends, we’ll randomly select a winner. We've also got an exclusive look at a bonus featurette entitled "Mutant vs. »
- Haleigh Foutch
Our weekly feature in which a writer answers the question: if you could force your friends at gunpoint to watch one movie or TV show what would it be? Haven't seen “A Walk on the Moon?" Come closer, so I can smack you. It's a smack for your own good, like the one Cher gave Nicholas Cage in “Moonstruck." Haven't seen “Moonstruck?" We need to break up. It's you. "A Walk on the Moon" is not just a gorgeous film about a 1960s housewife's sexual awakening set against the backdrop of Woodstock -- it was directed by the President of the United States, Tony Goldwyn. What Can't he do? Pearl (Diane Lane) and her husband Marty (Liev Shrieber) are parents to petulant, adolescent Alison (Anna Paquin) whom they conceived… wait for it, kids, because this is the educational part of my piece… as teens the first time they had sex »
- Liz W. Garcia
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac and Alicia Vikander star in this inventive sci-fi thriller from Alex Garland, the genius writer of "28 Days Later." Critics and audiences both gave this one the thumbs-up with "Ex Machina" currently boasting a 91 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. DVD/Blu-ray extras include a "Through the Looking Glass: Creating Ex Machina" 5-part featurette, SXSW Q&A with cast and crew, and eight behind-the-scenes vignettes.
This sequel to the 2012 charmer "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" stars the always engaging Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, and Dev Patel with the welcome addition of Richard Gere. Blu-ray extras include featurettes on "Returning to the Marigold Hotel," "Blossoming Relationships," "The Marigold Wedding," and "Filming in India. »
- Gina Carbone
Ahead of its release this week, a selection of screenshots have arrived online from X-Men: Days of Future Past – The Rogue Cut, which give us a look at the additional scenes from the extended edition…
See Also: Trailer and new clip for X-Men: Days of Future Past
With a never-before-seen, alternate cut of the film—plus 90 minutes of all-new, immersive special features—the X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut takes you deeper into the X-Men universe than ever before. Rogue makes her return as the all-star characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves and unite to battle armies of murderous Sentinel robots who are hunting down mutants and humans alike!
X-Men: Days of Future Past is directed by Bryan Singer and sees X-Men veterans Hugh Jackman (Wolverine), Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), James McAvoy (Professor X), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Patrick Stewart (Professor »
- Gary Collinson
When X-Men: Days of Future Past-The Rogue Cut is released next week, it will add the titular mutant.s cut scenes back into the film. In the theatrical version, moviegoers only saw Anna Paquin.s character for a brief second near the end of the film, but in this extended version, fans can see her back in action and helping out in the fight against the Sentinels. As it turns out, there was a good reason Rogue had to be cut from the final product: her role was too self-contained. In an exclusive featurette posted by Bleeding Cool, producer Hutch Parker revealed that Rogue was pulled out of the film because her storyline had the least amount of impact on the overall plot. Parker said: None of us wanted to see that sequence go, but that was the storyline. Because it was so self-contained, it really was its own »
The Rogue Cut trailer flashes bits and pieces of several new scenes that have been edited back into the film for this new version. Most of the new footage revolves around Magneto and Mystique rather than Anna Paquin's Rogue character, though Rogue does get a little dialogue as she's rescued from the X-Mansion.
Magneto will find himself battling the future Sentinels in a sequence that is heavy on visual effects. You also get a taste of that sequence in the new X-Men: Days Of Future Past Rogue Cut trailer below.
The X-Men: Days Of Future Past Rogue Cut Blu-ray will arrive in stores on Tuesday, July 14, only two days after San Diego Comic-Con wraps up. »
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