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Artax, Silver, Joey, Shadowfax: 11 greatest movie and TV horses

16 April 2014 1:52 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

We were saddened by the news that Gandalf's faithful grey horse Shadowfax - real name Blanco - had died after suffering from an illness last week.

So we thought we'd take the opportunity to stop mourning and instead celebrate Shadowfax and ten other great fictional horses on TV and the silver screen below:

1. Silver

"Hi-Yo Silver! Away!" were the trademark commands of the Lone Ranger to Silver, the magnificent fictional white stallion from the iconic Us radio show and TV series.

A chestnut mare called Dusty was Silver's original predecessor, which is revealed in the 1938 episode The Legend of Silver. When the Lone Ranger saves Silver's life from a savage buffalo, Silver gives up living in the wild, wild west to instead carry the masked former Texas Ranger as his loyal equestrian companion.

2. Seabiscuit

"Let's go, Pops!" Seabiscuit was a real racehorse during the Great Depression in the Us who »

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Artax, Silver, Mister Ed, Joey, more: 11 Greatest fictional horses

16 April 2014 1:52 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

We were saddened by the news that Gandalf's faithful grey horse Shadowfax - real name Blanco - had died after suffering from an illness last week.

So we thought we'd take the opportunity to stop mourning and instead celebrate Shadowfax and ten other great fictional horses on TV and the silver screen below:

1. Silver

"Hi-Yo Silver! Away!" were the trademark commands of the Lone Ranger to Silver, the magnificent fictional white stallion from the iconic Us radio show and TV series.

A chestnut mare called Dusty was Silver's original predecessor, which is revealed in the 1938 episode The Legend of Silver. When the Lone Ranger saves Silver's life from a savage buffalo, Silver gives up living in the wild, wild west to instead carry the masked former Texas Ranger as his loyal equestrian companion.

2. Seabiscuit

"Let's go, Pops!" Seabiscuit was a real racehorse during the Great Depression in the Us who »

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Pixar Featurette Highlights Some Of The Studio's Best Easter Eggs

15 April 2014 2:07 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Thanks to the recent release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we've spent the last few weeks talking about how good Marvel Studios is as sprinkling little Easter Eggs into their films. But let's not forget: Pixar has been doing similar brilliant work in the same regard for the last 19 years - a.k.a. since they began making feature films. Die hard fans of the studio's animated movies have spent years studying their favorite titles and analyzing them frame by frame, but now Pixar has released an official video highlighting a few of the best ones. Hosted by Lee Unkrich, the director of Toy Story 3 and the co-director of Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc. and Toy Story 2, the video puts the spotlight on some of the most clever little bonuses featured in Pixar movies. Not only does the Luxo Jr. ball appear in nearly every one of the studio's films, »

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The Crimson Field drops 700k for second episode on BBC One

14 April 2014 2:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Crimson Field dropped 700,000 viewers from last week's opener on Sunday (April 13), overnight data reveals.

The BBC One period drama was still the second most-watched show overall, attracting 5.4 million (23.0%) at 9pm.

Countryfile remained on top with 5.8m (28.7%) at 7pm, followed by Antiques Roadshow with 5.2m (22.5%) at 8pm. Match of the Day 2 scored 2.7m (19.1%) at 10.35pm.

On ITV, Endeavour dipped by around 400k from last week to 4.7m (20.0%) at 8pm (405k/1.9% on +1). Earlier, Catchphrase puzzled 3.5m (18.7%) at 6.45pm (246k/1.1%). Off Their Rockers tickled 3.8m (18.1%) at 8pm (248k/1.1%), while coverage of the 2014 Olivier Awards interested 722k (5.8%) at 10.35pm.

BBC Two's coverage of the 2014 Golf Masters attracted an average of 1.8m (9.6%) from 6.30pm.

On Channel 4, Richard E Grant's Dirty Weekenders appealed to 820k (3.5%) at 8pm (226k/1.0%). Movie The Three Musketeers thrilled 1.3m (6.3%) at 9pm (158k/1.2%).

On Channel 5, Spider-Man 3 entertained 1.2m (6.0%) at 6.30pm (137k/0.6%), followed by Grown Ups with 1.4m »

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Was 1999 the best ever year for movies? The Matrix, Fight Club, more

5 April 2014 1:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The Wachowskis' ground-breaking blockbuster The Matrix celebrated its 15th anniversary recently, and for this landmark we couldn't help but cast our mind back to the year of its release 1999.

Call it pre-Millennium anxiety or the finality of a clock ticking over from 99 to 00, but there was something in Hollywood's creative waters that year. American Beauty took home the Best Picture Academy Award the following year, but beyond that there were a slew of incredible films that hit theatres in 1999.

And not just in one particular genre: we saw great works in the blockbuster arena (the aforementioned Matrix), horror (The Sixth Sense), comedy (American Pie) and animation (Toy Story 2). This was a time when great directors - David Fincher, Alexander Payne, Paul Thomas Anderson, Spike Jonze, David O Russell - were all hitting their stride and producing incredible work.

Was 1999 the best ever year for movies? Digital Spy takes a »

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The 20 Best Summer Blockbusters of All Time: 'Toy Story 3'

2 April 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Pixar must have known what it was doing when it scheduled Toy Story 3 for Fathers’ Day weekend 2010, over a decade after the release of Toy Story 2. For as much as kids were eager to catch up with Woody and Buzz, it was the fathers who inevitably stayed in their seats during the film’s closing credits, trying to compose themselves before their children noticed dad’s cheeks were wet. Adult conversations about the film that summer often began with, “Sooo… Did you cry?” or rather, “How hard did you cry?”

Toy Story 3 cracked a lot of adults’ armor, »

- Jeff Labrecque

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Frozen Is Now The Highest Grossing Animated Film Ever Made

31 March 2014 6:01 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

It's official! After weeks of smashing one record after another, Disney's Frozen has become the highest-grossing animated film of all time! The musical about two sisters/princesses took the crown from Toy Story 3, bypassing its worldwide total of $1.06 billion with $1.07 billion. And that number will continue to rise as Frozen is still in theaters around the world in 2D, 3D, and Sing Along variants. Frozen broke its first record on its opening weekend, when it became the #1 all-time Thanksgiving debut with $67.4 million over the three-day weekend, but $93.6 mil over the five-day. That title was previously held by Toy Story 2, which boasted $57 million on its Thanksgiving release. Tackling two Toy Story titles is all the more impressive when you consider that it toppled two franchise movies with widely established and beloved characters. Yes, Frozen is very loosely based on "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Andersen, but it's doubtful »

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12 3D Film Re-Releases That Must Happen

25 March 2014 11:32 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Films are made for the big screen. They demand an immersive environment where the viewer’s whole attention rests on the images in front of them (unless you’re one of those people who live-tweets every film. In which case, just, don’t.) and the loud surround sound. That’s the main difference between a film and a good TV drama such as Sherlock – films are best seen in the cinema. So the film industry is constantly searching for ways to better this experience – higher resolution 4K screens, better laser projectors, 360° sound, etc – and the latest, biggest advancement has been 3D.

Whether you’re a fan of 3D or not, there’s no denying that it has taken off massively: brought into popularity by big releases such as Up and Avatar in 2009, it is now the standard for big-budget action or sci-fi films, and pretty much all animation. »

- Sam Shepherd

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Disney's Pixar announces plans for The Incredibles sequel

19 March 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Animation studio also to produce Cars 3 film, along with Finding Nemo follow-up, Finding Dory

Disney-owned animation studio Pixar is to produce a sequel to the Oscar-winning animation The Incredibles, more than a decade after Brad Bird's hugely popular tale of a family of retired superheroes first hit cinemas.

The new instalment was announced yesterday by Walt Disney's Bob Iger at a briefing for shareholders in Portland, Oregon. Iger also said Pixar would work on a second sequel to 2006's Cars.

The Incredibles is set in a world in which superheroes exist but have been banned from crime fighting. Mr Incredible (voiced by Craig T Nelson) has been living incognito as plain old Bob Parr when a mysterious offer gives him the chance to return to action. Soon he and his wife Helen (nee Elastigirl), along with their three children (who are developing superpowers of their own), are caught up »

- Ben Child

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The Jungle Book 2 -The Blu Review

18 March 2014 9:20 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The Disney Dtv sequels have become a bit if an embarrassment to the Disney legacy. There have been a lot of them and for every Toy Story 2 there are a half dozen cash-ins like Aladdin The Return Of Jafar, Beauty And The Beast’S Enchanted Christmas, and Lilo And Stitch – Stitch Has A Glitch. Most seemed rushed with inferior animation, weak tunes, and lame scripts. They may have worked their way into the wallets of the Disney fans, but not their hearts.

Let’s face it – topping Phil Harris and his classic jungle jive in the original 1967 Jungle Book wasn’t going to happen but 2003’s Jungle Book 2 was better than most sequels, had an impressive voice cast, and was wise enough to include the Jb signature tune “The Bear Necessities” not once but three times! The film’s animation was more detailed and vivid than most of Disney »

- Tom Stockman

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Pixar Developing The Incredibles 2 and Cars 3

18 March 2014 3:00 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

I'm happy to report that Disney head Bob Iger has announced that Brad Bird is currently working on a story for The Incredibles 2! He also said that Pixar is developing a Cars 3, which isn't surprising. That franchise has made so much money for the studio that of course they're going to keep milking it.

The big surprise here is The Incredibles 2 and that Bird is involved with it, because I wasn't sure if that would ever happen. There are no other details on these projects or how far along they are, but back in 2007 Bird had this to say about it.

"But I think at Pixar, the bottom line is the story that you’re telling. And Pixar does not look at sequels as a financial plan. We feel we have a relation ship with the audience and that they believe in each movie we put out. We believe completely »

- Joey Paur

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The Incredibles 2, Cars 3 in the works, Disney confirms

18 March 2014 12:44 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The Incredibles 2 and Cars 3 are in development, Disney has stated.

The movie sequels were confirmed by Disney President Bob Iger today (March 18).

Iger said that The Incredibles director Brad Bird is currently writing the story for a follow-up, and that Pixar is working on another Cars movie.

Pixar is also currently working on Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory, The Good Dinosaur and Inside Out.

Meanwhile, yesterday it was reported that Pixar is to re-release The Incredibles and Ratatouille.

Speaking at the 3D Creative Summit in London, Pixar's director of 3D production Josh Hollander told the audience: "Right now we're working on The Incredibles, which is a lot of fun in 3D. I'm not sure what the release strategy for it will be.

"It's been an interesting challenge to work on technology because - while the film was released ten years ago - the technology is even older as it took four years to make. »

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Disney Plans Third ‘Cars,’ ‘The Incredibles 2′

18 March 2014 10:31 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Walt Disney Company chief Bob Iger said Tuesday that Pixar plans to produce a third installment of its “Cars” franchise, and a sequel for “The Incredibles.”

The executive made the announcement during the company’s shareholders meeting in Portland, Ore., providing few other details.

Cars 2,” Pixar’s 12th film, earned nearly $560 million worldwide in 2011; $191 million in the U.S. While somewhat of a critical disappointment, the film, directed by John Lasseter, still minted millions for Disney from consumer products like toys, apparel and other merchandise, a series of “Cars Toons” shorts, and helped spin off the company’s newest franchise, “Planes,” a film that was originally developed as a direct-to-homevideo title but went on to launch its own toy line and earn around $220 million worldwide when it was released theatrically in 2013. A sequel, “Planes: Fire and Rescue” bows July 18.

Cars Land also has been a major draw for »

- Marc Graser

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Pixar to Re-release Ratatouille and The Incredibles in 3D

17 March 2014 2:30 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

It was only a matter of time before we started seeing older Pixar films re-released in 3D. Thanks to Screen Daily we've learned that Ratatouille and The Incredibles are currently being prepped for a 3D release. These are my two favorite Pixar films, but I still don't think I am going to pay the money to see them in 3D. Pixar’s director of 3D production Josh Hollander had this to say in a statement about The Incredibles:

“Right now we’re working on The Incredibles, which is a lot of fun in 3D. I’m not sure what the release strategy for it will be. It’s been an interesting challenge to work on technology because - while the film was released 10 years ago - the technology is even older as it took four years to make.”

He then goes on to talk about Ratatouille, saying, 

“We have a version of Ratatouille, »

- Joey Paur

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Pixar is Planning 3D Re-Releases of 'The Incredibles' and 'Ratatouille'

17 March 2014 9:25 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

With 3D re-releases of Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo and Monster Inc. already in the past, Pixar Animation plans on giving two more of their films the same treatment. Screen Daily has word from Josh Hollander, Pixar’s director of 3D production (speaking at the 3D Creative Summit in London) that both The Incredibles and Ratatouille will be sent back to theaters in 3D. This will be the first time Pixar is re-releasing their films in 3D without a real reason. The aforementioned 3D re-releases hit theaters in order to promote then-forthcoming sequels, but the two new re-releases don't have sequels in development now. Hollander says that they don't know what the release strategy will be for these re-releases at this time, though sometime this fall would be smart for one of them since Pixar doesn't have a single feature length film hitting theaters in 2014. With The Incredibles in particular, »

- Ethan Anderton

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Pixar to Re-Release The Incredibles and Ratatouille in 3D

17 March 2014 9:24 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

As one of the most beloved animated movies of all time, and my own personal favourite, it should come as no surprise to hear that Pixar are working on a 3D re-release of Brad Bird’s instant classic, The Incredibles.

Talk of a sequel has been circling for years, with Brad Bird reiterating as recently as last year that it’s still something he thinks about. So whilst we eagerly await more news on that front – because I think Bird would only want to do The Incredibles 2 if he knew it would be every bit as amazing as the original – we can all look forward to seeing the studio rework the third dimension into the film.

Whilst speaking at the 3D Creative Summit here in London, Pixar’s director of 3D production Josh Hollander revealed that the studio in the process of working on a 3D version of the animated blockbuster, »

- Kenji Lloyd

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Pixar Planning 3D Re-Releases for 'The Incredibles' and 'Ratatouille'

17 March 2014 9:05 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Disney Pixar's director of 3D production, John Hollander, revealed at the 3D Creative Summit in London that the studio is working on 3D conversions of The Incredibles and Ratatouille.

Here's what John Hollander had to say at the summit about The Incredibles, though it isn't known when they may release this 3D version.

"Right now we're working on The Incredibles, which is a lot of fun in 3D. I'm not sure what the release strategy for it will be. It's been an interesting challenge to work on technology because - while the film was released 10 years ago - the technology is even older as it took four years to make."

He also spoke about the Ratatouille 3D conversion, which has already been completed.

"We have a version of Ratatouille, which works really well in 3D and we're trying to figure out exactly what the release strategy for that will be. »

- MovieWeb

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The Incredibles, Ratatouille to be re-released in 3D

17 March 2014 8:41 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Pixar is to re-release The Incredibles and Ratatouille in 3D.

The animation studio is currently working on a 3D rework of the 2004 superhero film, while Ratatouille is expected to follow.

Speaking at the 3D Creative Summit in London, Pixar's director of 3D production Josh Hollander told the audience: "Right now we're working on The Incredibles, which is a lot of fun in 3D. I'm not sure what the release strategy for it will be.

"It's been an interesting challenge to work on technology because - while the film was released 10 years ago - the technology is even older as it took four years to make."

He continued: "We have a version of Ratatouille, which works really well in 3D and we're trying to figure out exactly what the release strategy for that will be."

Toy Story and Toy Story 2 have previously been re-released in 3D, as well as Finding Nemo and Monsters Inc. »

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Pixar Working on 3D Re-Releases for The Incredibles and Ratatouille

17 March 2014 7:45 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Pixar had great success with their 3D re-releases of Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., and Finding Nemo, so it's not much of a surprise that they're continuing to convert their earlier works.  According to Screen Daily, the studio is currently prepping 3D versions of Brad Bird's The Incredibles and Ratatouille.  Talking about The Incredibles, Pixar's director of 3D production Josh Hollander said, "It’s been an interesting challenge to work on technology because - while the film was released 10 years ago - the technology is even older as it took four years to make." Hollander also seems a bit happier with Ratatouille: "We have a version of Ratatouille, which works really well in 3D and we’re trying to figure out exactly what the release strategy for that will be," he told delegates at the 3D Creative Summit in London. There's no release strategy for either film, »

- Matt Goldberg

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Pixar to re-release The Incredibles and Ratatouille in 3D

17 March 2014 5:06 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Pixar’s director of 3D production, Josh Hollander, announced via the 3D Creative Summit in London that the Disney-owned studio is working on a 3D re-release of both The Incredibles and Ratatouille, although no specific date was given. He stated that these films would follow 3D re-releases of Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo, and Monsters, Inc. For both films, Hollander said they are trying to "figure out exactly what the release strategy for that will be." »

- Paul Shirey

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