The new and improved Hulk in THOR: RAGNAROK was a genius re-invention of the character. No longer a strictly CGI character, the special effects team turned the not-so-jolly green giant into a walking, talking and emotional character. VFX supervisor Jake Morrison (Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man,” “Thor: The Dark World”) explains how the effects were achieved for the new Hulk and why Cate Blanchett didn't have to bother with costumes changes and that thorny headdress.
Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman) are back to wreck havoc on the internet in RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: WRECK-IT RALPH 2. The first look trailer has the same fun spirit as the first one, and we can't wait to see all the parodies on the current online crazes. Watch the new trailer and check out the new images and movie poster.
While you do hear the classic line "Danger Will Robinson! Danger!" in Netflix's reboot of LOST IN SPACE, the robot character is no where to be seen. As a fan of the original, the curiosity of how Robot will be updated is on high. Who we do meet is the Robinson family and the reason why the family goes into space in the first place. Watch the trailer.
Mother/daughter duo Angelica Vale and Angelica Maria voice roles in the Spanish version of the Disney Pixar movie which is out now on iTunes, Amazon Video, 4K, Blu-ray and DVD. The legendary Mexican actresses sat down with CineMovie's Valentina Patruno in Miami to talk about what made them cry even before the movie started and what it means to voice characters in the beloved animated film that's sure to become a classic. Watch below.
The first OVERBOARD trailer for the remake starring Eugenio Derbez and Anna Faris was a straight up copy cat of the Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn original, but the new preview with well-known Mexican actors sells the comedy in a much more hilarious way with a very Latino touch. After watching this, we're much more excited to see OVERBOARD.
CineMovie hung out with DADDY'S HOME 2 child stars Scarlett Estevez and Owen Vaccaro who reveal which actor was the funniest, who had some serious ballet moves and what it's like for a child actor on set.
STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI is coming to home release via digit in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ and via Movies Anywhere on March 13, two weeks before the 4K Ultra HD™ Blu-ray, and Blu-ray™ disc on March 27. This release also marks Disney’s first title available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc in both Dolby Vision™ HDR and Dolby Atmos® immersive audio. Take a look at the bonus features included in the new STAR WARS release and the disc specifications.
BLACK PANTHER opened to record-breaking numbers domestically and worldwide. The reviews were overwhelming positive including from many celebrities and filmmakers who voiced their excitement over the ground breaking superhero film. We've compiled a list of the celebrity tweets below.
Nearly 15 years after Pixar's INCREDIBLES original release, the sequel revisits the beloved family of superheroes. In a new sneak peek of INCREDIBLES 2, Disney*Pixar reflect the times with mom, Helen being called to duty while Bob stays home with the kids, and he's just not cutting it as the stay-at-home dad. Besides the new teaser trailer, three new movie posters are thematically tied to the new preview. See below.
BLACK PANTHER isn’t just a blockbuster superhero movie. For a lot of people, specifically people of color and women, it’s the chance to see yourself reflected on the screen and feeling empowered. The Marvel movie poses a lot of questions about how we are as a people, our history of oppression and the responsibility that comes with having power. Big action pieces are often mindless popcorn flicks, but that's not the case with BLACK PANTHER.
BLACK PANTHER elevates the superhero genre to a new level. The blockbuster film is much more than just a popcorn film with a largely African-American cast and a political message that may be the most radical film for Marvel or any superhero film. Kevin Feige tells CineMovie the "Black Panther" comics was born with the DNA so why not explore it more in a modern context. Watch video below.