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Spider-Man, Annabelle: Creation, and more new titles coming to the Cineplex Store in October!Spider-Man, Annabelle: Creation, and more new titles coming to the Cineplex Store in October!Amanda Wood10/3/2017 10:00:00 Am
We obviously love summer, but there’s something about October that we can’t get enough of. Falling leaves, a chance to finally break out our favourite sweaters, and Halloween (easily our favourite holiday) all make the colder weather bearable. October is also the unofficial beginning of awards season, with studios releasing their biggest contenders as the year winds down.
While there are tons of cool movies hitting Cineplex theatres this month, there are also plenty of exciting movies coming to the Cineplex Store that you can watch from the coziness of your own home. We’ve picked five of our favourites for you here, so read on to see what new Cineplex Store title you should »
- Amanda Wood
So, how did you first get involved with Marvel’s Runaways?
Well, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are the creators of the show so we, you know, set up a meeting with them to talk about doing their show and we had a kinda common vision for what the music of the show should sound like. The score, which is what I’m responsible for, we had a nice conversation about the show and I read the script and that was it, I started working on the show. We just had a common vision for what the score of the show should sound like.
There was this desire to do something that was slightly different compared to what we’re used to seeing. Historically for kind of the Marvel projects, we opted to go for something that was »
- Alex Moreland
In the Himalayan village of Snow Mountain, Khampa (J.K. Simmons) is a Tibetan Mastiff. A descendant warrior dog whose role in the village is to protect the local sheep population from the wolves. As a tradition which has been handed down from father to son, Khampa naturally wants his son to follow in his footsteps. But his son Bodi (Luke Wilson) has other ideas about his future. After discovering a radio which is dropped by a passing aeroplane, Bodi hears rock music for the first time, in particular a rock star cat Angus Scattergood (Eddie Izzard). Inspired by the music and the inspirational words of Angus, Bodi realises his calling, he wants to pursue his own dream of becoming a Rock Star.
- Philip Rogers
She joins previously announced cast members Benicio del Toro, Paul Dano, and Patricia Arquette. Stiller will executive produce and direct. The eight-hour limited series is based on the true story of a prison break in upstate New York in the summer of 2015 that spawned a massive manhunt for two convicted murderers, who were aided in their escape by a married female prison employee who was sleeping with both prisoners.
Hunt will play Catherine Leahy Scott, the New York State Inspector General who headed up the investigation into the escape of prison inmates Richard Matt and David Sweat from Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York. Del Toro will play convicted murderer Richard Matt, an artistic yet intimidating force within the prison, who masterminds the escape. Arquette will play Tilly Mitchell, a working class, married »
- Joe Otterson
Best-known as the screenwriter of the 2006 Pixar movie ‘Cars’ and the 2009 Disney movie ‘Tangled’, Dan Fogelman is a famous American screenwriter and film producer. He was born in New Jersey on February 19, 1979. In addition to these, he has worked on many other movies and on an extensive list of television series. He attended Pascack Valley High School and then began his career in the media industries in his early twenties. Despite his prominence in the film and television industry, there are many things that people do not know about this famous producer and screenwriter. Here are
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Dan Fogelman »
- Nat Berman
Pixar's third (and presumably final) Cars film is heading into your home later this year. Disney announced the upcoming release today, which will also be Pixar's First film release in 4K Ultra HD, notating all the special features and things fans can expect. Come inside to check out all the details!
If you enjoyed the latest Pixar outing this Summer, you should be happy to know you'll get the chance to bring Cars 3 home with you on November 7th (October 24th on Digital). Pixar always has stunning animation and for the first time, they're launching one of their films in the 4K Ultra HD format, which will make every single animated pixel pop. Not to mention the wealth of bonus features you'll be able to enjoy as well. All in all, it looks to be a stacked release:
In honor of world-champion racer #95, Disney•Pixar is proud to announce »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
Tim Palen, the studio’s chief brand officer and president of worldwide marketing, made the announcement Tuesday. Phelan, who has been an exec VP of global franchise management and strategic partnerships, reports to Palen.
Lionsgate said that since Phelan came on board in 2014, she has helped leverage the company’s portfolio of film and television properties across multiple platforms and created significant new incremental business for the studio.
Film properties including “The Hunger Games,” “Twilight,” and “Now You See Me” franchises are being exploited at the Lionsgate Movie World outdoor theme park in Korea, the Lionsgate Entertainment World indoor theme park currently in development in China, and multiple indoor Lionsgate Entertainment City centers planned for high-traffic consumer destinations in the U.S. »
- Dave McNary
John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios, will receive the Diane Disney Miller Lifetime Achievement Award from the Walt Disney Family Museum at its third annual fundraising gala on Nov. 7 at the Golden Gate Club at the Presidio in San Francisco
The award honors those who have made an outstanding impact in arts, education, community involvement, and technological advancement.
“I’m honored to be receiving the Diane Disney Miller Lifetime Achievement Award. Diane was an incredible person and an incredible champion of her father’s legacy,” Lasseter said. “The Walt Disney Family Museum is such an inspiring place for me, and I think for anyone who’s ever seen one of Walt’s movies, or visited one of his theme parks. I was proud to call Diane my friend and I’m very proud to be receiving this recognition in her name.”
Lasseter is a pioneer of computer animation and a driving »
- Terry Flores
Fans of Dale Earnhardt Jr. will soon see the race car drive in The Cars That Made America. The new series will land on the History Channel later this month.History released a press statement detailing the new series. Check that out below."History(R) launches its first annual "Car Week" beginning with the premiere of the three-night, six-hour event series, The Cars That Made America, hosted and executive produced by Dale Earnhardt Jr. on Sunday, August 13 at 8 Pm Et/Pt. The series uncovers the stories of the visionaries who built America's car landscape, changing our culture and shaping our country forever."Cars are a huge part of what America was built on - industry, innovation and inspiration," said Earnhardt Jr. "I am honored to be partnering with History as part of their event series The Cars That Made America »
Stop me if you've heard these: Wonder Woman is the highest-grossing film of the summer. The latest Transformers is a flop. Valerian has no chance to make its budget back. All of these statements are false (well, maybe not the one about Valerian...). That is, if you're looking at the worldwide box office. While many news sites continue to primarily report on movies' success (or lack thereof) in the good ol' United States, increasingly, U.S. studios are looking to foreign shores to not only pad their films' numbers, but to justify entire franchises.
In 1989, Tim Burton's Batman was the quintessential franchise starter. It had a memorable actor in Michael Keaton playing the hero, and movie legend Jack Nicholson played the film's villain. On a budget of $35 million, the movie scored $251 million in the U.S. box office, and immediately warranted a sequel. It also made a cool $160 million in foreign theaters, »
- Brian Jasper
Simon Brew Jul 19, 2017
With spoilers, some questions have sprung to mind about Pixar's Cars films. Er, can you help?
The world of the Cars films has always been a bit of a puzzle for me. I don’t have a massive affection for the films, although quite enjoyed movies number one and three. The origins of this particular film world are said to lie in a road trip that John Lasseter – who directed the first two movies – took with his family. That, combined with work Pixar had already been doing on a film called The Yellow Car, set things into motion, and in 2006, the film debuted as Pixar’s fifth feature.
I don’t want to delve into the critical response to Cars. I don’t think it’s going out on too far of a limb to call it Pixar’s least-regarded boxset, but also, I get that these »
Author: Stefan Pape
Much like with Toy Story, Cars is yet another Pixar franchise to be entering in to its third movie – and we had the pleasure of sitting down with the trilogy’s leading star Owen Wilson – who voices Lightning McQueen.
We discussed with Wilson what he believes it is about this series, and these characters, which keeps drawing audiences back in, and whether there was a challenge in ensuring this latest production not only appealed to established fans, but newcomers too.
He goes on to speak about his closeness to this character of Lightning, and how much of his own input he was allowed during the making of the feature. On the same topic we ask which character he’d most like to revisit again on screen, while also – and following on from a theme in the movie – we ask about getting older, and whether he resents it, »
- Stefan Pape
The world’s favourite talking vehicles are showing their age in this latest animated joyride
A third zip around the racetrack for Pixar’s Cars franchise, this time tackling an older generation’s anxieties about irrelevance in the internet age, with racing veteran Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) almost edged out by Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer), a sleeker, faster, more efficient anthropomorphised automobile. A sly feminist subplot involving trainer Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) is welcome, and it’s a colourful, spry enough ride, but it doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel.
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- Simran Hans
Attendees of the D23 Expo were treated to a bevy of new information about upcoming Disney and Pixar projects last night. Perhaps the biggest news is that John Lasseter is no longer set to co-direct “Toy Story 4” alongside Josh Cooley, who’s now set to helm the project on his lonesome; Lasseter, Pixar’s chief creative officer, directed the original film back in 1995. Cooley served as head of story on “Inside Out” and began his tenure at Pixar as an intern on “Cars.”
That film won’t see light of day until June 21, 2019, nearly a decade after “Toy Story 3” became the beloved animation studio’s highest-grossing film. “The Incredibles 2” will hit theaters sooner, namely June 15 of next year, and pick up immediately where the first film left off. It will also center around »
- Michael Nordine
Don Kaye Jul 17, 2017
A “suburban fantasy world” is the subject of a new Pixar film, whilst there might just be a Planes spin-off coming too...
Although Pixar has sequels like Toy Story 4 and The Incredibles 2 in the works, the studio still continues to develop and produce original movies. John Lasseter took the opportunity at D23 in California over the weekend to announce a brand new original project from the company, an untitled “suburban fantasy world” movie to be helmed by Monsters University director Dan Scanlon.
Coming to the stage with little else at this point but some concept art, Scanlon was armed with one more thing: the emotional inspiration behind the film. Scanlon detailed how he lost his father when he was very young, with just a few words on a voice recording to even know what he sounded like, and that he and his brother have always »
Despite previous reports that he’d be co-directing the film (after taking the third installment off) Pixar leader John Lasseter won’t be in the director’s chair for Toy Story 4. Variety reports that Lasseter broke the news to fans at Disney’s D23 expo today, revealing that he’s leaving the franchise’s fourth installment in the hands of his previously announced co-director, Josh Cooley.
Lasseter and Toy Story are basically synonymous with Pixar’s rise over the last 20 years, from the bold ambition and bright humor of the original, through the darker overtones (and occasional sequel fatigue) of the subsequent installments. Now, though, Cooley—who started at the studio as an intern on Cars, and who worked as a story supervisor on the studio’s triumphantly well-received Inside Out—will handle sole directing duties on Toy Story 4. (Which is being described as a romantic comedy »
- William Hughes
Don Kaye Jul 17, 2017
At Disney’s D23 Expo 2017 in Anaheim, California over the weekend, Pixar and Disney Animation head John Lasseter surprised the packed convention hall by revealing that he was stepping down as the co-director of Toy Story 4.
Lasseter did not give a reason why he was not going to co-direct his first feature since Cars 2 in 2011, but instead focused on introducing his co-director Josh Cooley, who will now receive sole directing credit on the fourth Toy Story entry. No other plot or cast details were revealed for the 2019 release.
Cooley began his career at Pixar in 2004 as an intern and later worked as a storyboard artist on The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, Up and Cars 2. He also was a screenwriter on Inside Out, and wrote and directed two shorts, including Riley’s First Date?
Lasseter revealed the news on Friday at D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif. Lasseter, Pixar’s chief creative officer, has directed the first “Toy Story” in 1995. He will stay on the project as an executive producer.
“To be co-director on ‘Toy Story 4’ with John, who brought the ‘Toy Story’ characters to the screen 20 years ago, is a dream come true,” he told Variety in 2015. “When I first saw ‘Toy Story,’ I was amazed by the groundbreaking computer-generated animation. But it was the strong storytelling that kept me coming back. ‘Toy Story 4’ will continue that tradition and I couldn’t be more excited to be a part »
- Maane Khatchatourian
Updated: Disney dated a new animated movie for April 12, 2019, at the D23 Expo on Friday afternoon.
John Lasseter, who walked onstage with a t-shirt cannon in hand that launched Hawaiian shirts at eventgoers, made the announcement at the Pixar and Walt Disney Animation panel.
“It is harder to think of a title than it is to get to space,” the Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and Disneytoon Studios chief creative officer said about the untitled Disneytoon film, which may be a sequel to the studio’s 2013 pic “Planes.”
Lasseter then showed the audience in Anaheim, Calif., a scene of rough footage from the movie, which he called “speed test,” that showed two military planes zooming through a rocky landscape. An evil-looking third plane then swooped down from space and grazed the side of one of the planes.
“Planes” grossed $239.3 million worldwide, »
- Variety Staff
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Disney is heading to space.
After an emotional ceremony honoring this year's Disney Legends, D23 continued in earnest Friday with the company's animation panel — where it announced the next chapter in its Cars universe.
John Lasseter came onstage, using a merch gun to whip the crowd into a frenzy, and he showed off footage from a new Disneytoon project he dubbed "the speed test."
- Borys Kit ,Aaron Couch
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