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To celebrate the release of Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 on Blu-ray and DVD today, here’s a feature breaking down our Top 10 worst movie tie-in foods. Enjoy!
You may have heard of a film called Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs. It is a very good film. You may have also heard that a sequel suffixed with the number ’2′ is coming to UK cinemas very soon. Perhaps you have even heard that, to market said sequel, Sony Pictures Animation toured the Us with ‘foodimobile’ trucks selling meals based on the monstrous ‘foodimal’ characters from the film (we wrote about it here). Partnered with food companies including Subway, the trucks offered fun and healthy meals alongside the recipes for children to make them at home.
Considering Cloudy’s food focus, I would say that advertising the film with real food that audiences can tuck into is a rather ingenious ploy. »
- Tom Durbin
Doctor Who, like it or not, is getting ready to go through some changes and go into a new and exciting direction. Though this has put many a fan into a nervous frenzy, it is also a chance for show runner Steven Moffat to flex his creative chops in order for his plans to really pop with those in love with the current flow of things. New Doctor Peter Capaldi is but one of those changes taking place. With a new face to go with his new ideas, he is set to either take Doctor Who into new and exciting areas or possibly alienate his fan base.
As far as acting experience is concerned Peter Capaldi has an extensive career going back many years, but arguably his most famous role in recent years has been that of Number 10′s resident mast of the art of spin, Malcolm Tucker »
- Jeffery Shull
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