Star Wars: The Force Awakens

In 2012, Star Wars creator, George Lucas, sold his entire franchise to Disney for $4 billion dollars. Disney bought the rights to Star Wars. Allowing them to reboot the expanded universe, developing animated television shows, and of course, full length feature films. The sole reason why George sold his entire franchise, is because he wants […]

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Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009)

After experimenting with Motion Capture mixed with Computer Animation for both The Polar Express and Beowulf, filmmaker, Robert Zemeckis, (Back To The Future Trilogy, Forrest Gump, Who Framed Roger Rabbit) decided to work on his next project involving a film adaptation of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol. The book is one of Robert’s favorite books […]

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Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie

Before we dive into the grand finale, let’s go back in time on the development surrounding Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie and how it was conceived in the first place. In the early 2000’s, series creator, Craig Bartlett, was given an opportunity from Nickelodeon to develop two full length feature films, one airing on TV, […]

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The Spy Who Loved Me

After the critical disappointment of The Man With The Golden Gun, producers of the James Bond films attempted to produced a proper film in response to the various criticisms surrounding Golden Gun. This time they’ve decided to make the film under the title, The Spy Who Loved Me. Roger Moore reprises his role as Bond […]

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Justice League

In response to the harsh criticisms surrounding Batman Vs. Superman, Warner Bros. (WB for short) hired longtime comic book writer, Geoff Johns, as the co-chairman of DC related movies in order to construct a cohesive narrative for their superhero films. After Wonder Woman earned a bunch of critical acclaim and earning a lot of money […]

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The Man With The Golden Gun

After finishing Live And Let Die, Roger Moore reprises his role as James Bond, for the second time in another follow up called The Man With The Golden Gun. The Man With The Golden Gun was released in 1974. (the exact year Leonardo DiCaprio was born) Unlike Live And Let Die, Roger’s second Bond film […]

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