Check Out The Star Wars: The Force Awakens Newest Trailer!

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Last night during ESPN’s Monday Night Football showcase between the Philadelphia Eagles and The New York Giants, the long-awaited full-length trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens found its way onto viewers televisions. If you haven’t already seen it by now then I don’t know what you’ve been doing, but if you want to see it now check it out right here!

It seems as though this will be the final trailer for the upcoming film and like the previous trailers (and hopefully the actual movie) it does not disappoint. Anyone who is a fan is waiting with bated breath and with less than two months before its release it’s getting harder and harder to stay patient. Fans have already shown support by breaking ticket sales records in grand fashion. Hopefully the movie ends another great year of films on a high note and reinvigorate a fan base that is ready to see the epic space opera back in the lime light again.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters December 18, 2015.


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Disney Reveals New Animated Movie, Zootopia!

Disney Pixar’s Inside Out is coming out next week and it’ll be awhile until their next animated movie, The Good Dinosaur comes out. So Disney’s own animation team has something for you all to look forward to.

Teased at last year’s D23 (Disney Expo), Zootopia follows a city filled with animals from different environments that come and live together with one another. It focuses on a fox named Nick Wilde (voiced by Arrested Development’s Jason Bateman) and a rabbit named Judy Hopps (voiced by Once Upon A Time’s Ginnifer Goodwin). Check out the trailer below!

Zootopia_(2016)_LogoDisney’s Zootopia arrives in theaters on March 2016!


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EA Releases Star Wars: Battlefront Reveal Trailer

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Well, it’s the second day that Disney and LucasArts have put out something really cool for fans to enjoy. Today it was the much-anticipated reveal trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront. Overall, it seems as though this may be the most faithful iteration of the game with regards to the Star Wars franchise and the trailer looks to drive that home. Take a look at it below.

 

Looks like the developers over at DICE spared no expense when it came to the production of the game. Such a long-awaited game should be met with positive reactions if the trailer is any indication of the game’s actual quality. Oh, and did I mention that in addition to the trailer the release date has been leaked! Expect to be able to get your hands on Star Wars: Battlefront for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 17, 2015.


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Guess There’s a Live Action Mulan Coming Too

3642178-3187180187-MulanLive adaptations of… well… anything seems to be all the rage and Disney does more of them than anyone. That’s why It’s no surprise that they’re willing to do it again, and this time around it’s with one of their more beloved animated films in Mulan. There was actually a Chinese live-action film for Mulan in 2009 as well as an appearance by the character on the ABC’s Once Upon A Time, however it’s more than apparent that this will be the biggest project since the 1998 animated film. Chris Spencer and J.C. Spink (We’re the Millers) are set to produce the film

Now, this isn’t the only one on their slate as there are plans for live-action adaptations for Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book, and a sequel to Alice in Wonderland (say what you want, but it raked in the money). Between the movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and the aforementioned projects, Disney is certainly busy with their live-action movies. Take it for what it is, but I know I’ll be giving these a chance.


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