Tag: Chris Pine
Yet another classic tale is being adapted by Disney as a live-action movie and filming starts tomorrow! Come inside for more information, including a complete cast, for A Wrinkle In Time!
At first glance, you may not realize that the man behind the fiercest villain in the new Star Trek cinematic universe is none other than Idris Elba. Learn more about Krall, from the man himself, in the new featurette for Star Trek Beyond!
The rebooted cinematic Star Trek franchise has gotten a great deal of criticism for focusing more on action than on the social and moral theme of the 1960s TV series. One person who defends the less thought-provoking style of the modern franchise is Chris Pine, who says a cerebral Trek movie wouldn’t go over well with modern fans.
In a back and forth will he wont he saga of Chris Pine and the DCCU, we finally have our answer on who he will be playing!
Walt Disney Home Entertainment takes us on a dark and dazzling journey Into the Woods with this mashup of the many fairy tales they’ve so colorfully brought to the screen in animation form before. If you can imagine Once Upon a Time loaded with never-ending musical numbers you have a good idea what to expect from this impressive film. Besides a few spots where you know you’re on a movie set, audiences will no doubt get lost in the land of make-believe Director Rob Marshall transports you to.
Remember that excited feeling you had when seeing The Empire Strikes Back for the first time ever? How about that stunned feeling you felt when Darth Vader tells Luke Skywalker he's his father? That's the sort of feelings I walked away with after watching Star Trek Into Darkness. I'm so happy I avoided all spoilers for it. I walked into the movie blindly and was so thrilled I couldn't stop smiling through the entire thing.
As the new Star Trek sequel comes closer to it's debut date, the speculation about the rumored links between this film and 1982's Star Trek 2: the Wrath of Khan continues. New footage seems to indicate the possible death for our favorite vulcan, as well as the utterance of the most famous line from the Khan film.