Monthly Archives: March 2014

X-Men Days of Future Past TV Spot: Are We Destined to Destroy Each Other?

The first TV spot for X-Men: Days of Future Past picks up where the last X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer left us and features Patrick Stewart’s Professor X asking a very important question: Are we destined to destroy each other?

The spot arrived during the record-breaking season finale of Walking Dead, and we could not think of a better way to introduce those 15 million-plus viewers to the summer movie they need to see this year. In fact, it leads our 10 must-see movies of 2014! Check out how it all began and watch X-Men online

X-Men: Days of Future Past lands in theaters May 23 and serves as a direct prelude to Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse.

Patrick Stewart is back and ready to take off!

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Patrick Stewart Set to Fly

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Patrick Stewart Set to Fly

Patrick Stewart is back and ready to take off!


Professor X & Wolverine!

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Professor X & Wolverine!

Professor X has a moment with Wolverine. I’m not sure I’d go inside that head… he’s kind of a complicated fellow.


Beast and Professor X Ponder

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Beast and Professor X Ponder

James McAvoy’s Professor X and Nicholas Hoult’s Beast look like there’s up to something.


Ellen Page Tries to Help

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Ellen Page Tries to Help

Ellen Page tries to help Omar Sy… how stoked are we that Page is back in the X-Men fold?!


Peter Dinklage Up to No Good

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Peter Dinklage Up to No Good

Peter Dinklage plays the head of an evil corporation and we all know that never ends well.


Wolverine, Beast & Magneto Get Tense

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Wolverine, Beast & Magneto Get Tense

Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, NIcholas Hoult’s Beast and Michael Fassbender’s Magneto share a tense moment.


Halle Berry's Back as Storm!

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Halle Berry’s Back as Storm!

Halle Berry is back as Storm! X-Men: Days of Future Past brings together X-Men stars of old… and new.


David Cudmore is Colossus

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David Cudmore is Colossus

Colossus gets his own banner! X-Men: Days of Future Past is one crowded world! And we wouldn’t have it any other way.


Jennifer Lawrence Threatens Michael Fassbender

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Jennifer Lawrence Threatens Michael Fassbender

We’ve seen in the trailer how Magneto controls Mystique. Here… she has the upper hand!


Wolverine is Ripped (again)!

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Wolverine is Ripped (again)!

Hugh Jackman is ripped (again) as Wolverine. You think a gun can stop Logan? Think again.


James McAvoy Stares Down Patrick Stewart

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James McAvoy Stares Down Patrick Stewart

The two Professor Xs meet! Wonder how that is going?


Magneto Character Banner

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Magneto Character Banner

Michael Fassbender is Magneto in the first X-Men: Days of Future Past character banner.


Michael Fassbender is Magneto

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Michael Fassbender is Magneto

Magneto is ready to rock! Michael Fassbender returns to the role for the second time.


Jennifer Lawrence in Disguise

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Jennifer Lawrence in Disguise

Jennifer Lawrence is Mystique. But, in this scene, she’s in disguise.


The Two Professor Xs!

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The Two Professor Xs!

Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy are both Porfessor X. Can’t imagine this conversation!


Jennifer Lawrence is Mystique

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Jennifer Lawrence is Mystique

Jennifer Lawrence is back as Mystique. Check her out in X-Men: Days of Future Past this May.


Hugh Jackman is Wolverine

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Hugh Jackman is Wolverine

Hugh Jackman is back for the sixth time as Wolverine. Jackman fights his way into X-Men: Days of Future Past.


Ian McKellen Returns as Magneto

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Ian McKellen Returns as Magneto

Ian McKellen returns to the role he originated in X-Men. Magneto is now both McKellen and Michael Fassbender.


Ellen Page in X-Men: Days of Future Past

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Ellen Page in X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past star Ellen Page. The mutant worlds collide in Bryan Singer’s latest.


The Incredibles 2: Samuel L. Jackson to Return as Frozone!

We were beyond delighted when it was announced that The Incredibles 2 is coming soon! Now, Samuel L. Jackson has said that his character, Frozone, will be part of the ongoing adventures of our favorite superhero family!

The Incredibles Frozone

Jackson is doing press for his upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier and addressed the return of his character. To say he is thrilled is a gross understatement.

“Every time I run into Brad (Bird) he always tells me Frozone is going to be part of whatever’s going on, so I have to believe that. I guess they would be the Incredibles without Frozone, but I think Frozone would be a wonderful, wonderful addition to what’s already there,” Jackson said to Digital Spy.

“I’m just looking forward to seeing what Jack-Jack turned into.”

We have no details on a release date for The Incredibles 2, but stay tuned! We put The Incredibles on our list of animated movies that need a sequel. Now that Pixar has listened, what other movies are on our list? And to get ready for the sequel, watch The Incredibles online.

The Incredibles has been a Pixar movie in need of a sequel since the movie’s credits rolled when it first came out. The question is… what is taking so long?!

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The Incredibles

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The Incredibles

The Incredibles has been a Pixar movie in need of a sequel since the movie’s credits rolled when it first came out. The question is… what is taking so long?!


Frozen

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Frozen

Frozen has made a billion dollars, so financially a sequel makes sense. But, who wouldn’t like to see what happens with Anna, Elsa and Kristof… and of course our favorite snowman ever — Olaf!


Tangled

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Tangled

Rapunzel needs to let down her hair once again and gear up for another adventure. As long as that charming and hilarious horse is involved, we guarantee another smash for Disney!


The Croods

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The Croods

The Croods survived the evolving world, thanks to Ryan Reynolds’ Guy. Now, we need to follow them as they adjust to life in a post-caveman world.


Brave

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Brave

Brave not only was a smash hit, it won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature. That should demand a sequel if nothing else. Plus, audiences would love to go back to Scotland to see what our favorite Brave princess is up to now.


Wreck-It Ralph

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Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck it… again! John C. Reilly was so perfectly charming as the video game villain, and his chemistry with Sarah Silverman (who is now a princess) was priceless. Who doesn’t want to witness the video game love letter’s next chapter?


ParaNorman

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ParaNorman

The kid who can see and communicate with the supernatural, Norman, practically begs for a sequel. His potential adventures and thrills are limitless!


Rise of the Guardians

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Rise of the Guardians

Rise of the Guardians was the perfect Avengers-type origins story for all of kids’ fantasy heroes. Now, let’s get Santa, Jack Frost, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy back in a true adventure for all ages to enjoy.


Winnie the Pooh

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Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh was such a joyous surprise when the reboot arrived a few years back. It has so much source material, a new Pooh chapter is just waiting to be explored. Now, make it happen, Disney!


11 Baseball Movies That Hit a Home Run: Play Ball!

Baseball is back! As Major League Baseball starts its next season, it is a fantastic time to look back as some of Hollywood’s best offerings that center their drama around the diamond. 

Movie studios have long gone to bat for the baseball movie, but not every one truly hits it out of the park. 

Baseball movies can come in all forms: They can be true stories (like the one that produced these Moneyball quotes), heartwarming stories (watch Field of Dreams online) and even comedies (watch Major League online).

But, in the end what makes a great baseball movie is the same thing that makes the game our national pastime: Passion, heart and a feeling that on any given day, even those that had been counted out can rise and circle the bases in glory. 

Click through and check out our 11 baseball movies that hit a home run!

This movie may have been about Crash (Kevin Costner), but it did anything but crash. In fact, Bull Durham hits a home run on so many levels.

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Bull Durham

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Bull Durham

This movie may have been about Crash (Kevin Costner), but it did anything but crash. In fact, Bull Durham hits a home run on so many levels.


Moneyball

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Moneyball

Moneyball was so fantastic, it was even rewarded with a slew of Oscar nominations. Brad Pitt stars in the real life story of how his GM managed to put together a winning team on a shoestring budget.


The Sandlot

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The Sandlot

The Sandlot captures the innocent passion for baseball that young kids have better than any movie like it. The fact that 20 years after its release, it still resonates speaks volumes.


42

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42

It may have taken decades to come up with a Jackie Robinson biopic, but sometimes fate is a funny thing. It was worth the wait with Chadwick Boseman’s powerful performance as the man who not only changed the face of the game, but opened the door to further equality in our society as a whole.


Field of Dreams

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Field of Dreams

If baseball is a game that is passed on from father to son, than no other movie better captures that than Field of Dreams. They built it, and we came… again and again.


The Pride of the Yankees

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The Pride of the Yankees

Gary Cooper may have captured Lou Gehrig perfectly when he said, “Today, I am the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” In fact, we are the lucky ones for being able to treasure this classic.


The Natural

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The Natural

Rarely does a book come to life on screen as well as it did with the Robert Redford-starring The Natural. Baseball movie or otherwise, this is one fantastic film.


A League of Their Own

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A League of Their Own

“There is no crying in baseball,” Tom Hanks famously said in this classic baseball comedy. What is so special about A League of Their Own is it showed the real life women who played the game professionally when so many men were off fighting in World War II.


The Rookie

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The Rookie

The game has produced its fair share of true stories on the big screen. But, there is something truly heartwarming about The Rookie and its tale of Dennis Quaid’s charater who became a pro ball player so late in life.


Major League

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Major League

Major League showed that baseball could be funny but it is also still serious business. Tell us that you weren’t cheering when the Indians won the pennant at the end!


For Love of the Game

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For Love of the Game

Kevin Costner closed out his baseball trilogy with a dramatic tale of a pitcher pitching a perfect game on his last major league start of his career.


Sex Tape Red Band Trailer: Nobody Understands the Cloud!

The red band trailer for Sex Tape has arrived and it’s every bit worthy of that “red” title as it can be.

Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz star as a married couple who decide to spice up their love life by going through all the positions in the Joy of Sex book, and filming the entire thing. As Diaz asks Segel to erase it, he accidently uploads it to his cloud and it synchs with all the iPads they gave out as gifts.

Now the couple are in a comic mad dash to get back all those iPads, or at least die trying!  

Sex Tape reunites Diaz and Segel from Bad Teacher, with their director from that film, Jake Kasdan. It also features Ellie Kemper (Bridesmaids), Rob Corddry and Rob Lowe.

Look for it July 25, and if you haven’t seen them in action prior, be sure to watch Bad Teacher online.

Frozen Is Highest Grossing Animated Movie of All Time!

We knew that Frozen would top The Lion King as the highest grossing animated movie of all time — it was just a question of when. Well, that time is now. Over the weekend, as Noah won the box office, something much bigger and more historic happened — Frozen hit the $1,072.4 billion worldwide mark and broke that animated movie record.

Frozen Olaf the Snowman

Frozen also cracked the coveted list of top 10 highest grossing films of all time and became Walt Disney Studios’ seventh billion-dollar release in its history. On all fronts — that’s some heady company for the movie that first teased us with that amazing Frozen Olaf trailer!

The Kristen Bell-Idina Menzel animated classic also is not just piling up money as it scored the honor of Best Animated Feature and Best Original song for Let it Go at this year’s Academy Awards.

What else is interesting to note, Frozen stayed on the top 10 box office charts for 16 straight weeks and that is the longest run for any film since 2002!

Watch Frozen online and be sure to check out our favorite Frozen quotes below. 

And it’s also easy to see why it’s one of our 9 animated movies that need a sequel!

Olaf: Hi, everyone. I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs!

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Hi, everyone. I'm Olaf and I like warm hugs!

Hi, everyone. I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs!

Olaf

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Meet Olaf. He likes warm hugs.

Hi, everyone. I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs!


[singing] The cold never bothered me anyway.

[singing] The cold never bothered me anyway.

Elsa

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Elsa belts out Let it Go… and she doesn’t mind the cold.

[singing] The cold never bothered me anyway.


It's not nice to throw people!

It’s not nice to throw people!

Anna

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So, guess Anna likes to toss folks around.

It’s not nice to throw people!


I don't have a skull. Or bones.

Anna: Are you all right?
Kristoff: Yeah. I have a thick skull.
Olaf: I don’t have a skull. Or bones.

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Another hilarious remark from Olaf!

Anna: Are you all right? Kristoff: Yeah. I have a thick skull. Olaf: I don’t have a skull. Or bones.


[to Anna, who put her feet on his sled] Whoa, whoa, whoa, put your feet down. This is fresh...

[to Anna, who put her feet on his sled] Whoa, whoa, whoa, put your feet down. This is fresh lacquer. Seriously, were you raised in a barn?

Kristoff

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Hey Anna! Watch the finish baby!

[to Anna, who put her feet on his sled] Whoa, whoa, whoa, put your feet down. This is fresh lacquer. Seriously, were you raised in a barn?


Oh, I love it. It's so cute. It like a little baby unicorn.

Oh, I love it. It’s so cute. It like a little baby unicorn.

Olaf

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Olaf gets a carrot nose… and thinks he looks like a unicorn?

Oh, I love it. It’s so cute. It like a little baby unicorn.


I love crazy.

Anna: Can I say something crazy?
Hans: I love crazy.

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Good news! Anna loves crazy!

Anna: Can I say something crazy? Hans: I love crazy.


Oh they're bo - oh! Okay. Makes things easier for me.

Anna: I’m Anna.
Olaf: And who’s the funky looking donkey over there?
Anna: That’s Sven.
Olaf: Uh-huh, and who’s the reindeer?
Anna: …Sven.
Olaf: Oh they’re bo – oh! Okay. Makes things easier for me.

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Olaf has never seen a reindeer.

Anna: I’m Anna. Olaf: And who’s the funky looking donkey over there? Anna: That’s Sven. Olaf: Uh-huh, and who’s the reindeer? Anna:…


But I didn't.

Kristoff: You almost set me on fire!
Anna: But I didn’t.

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Kristoff sets Anna on fire?

Kristoff: You almost set me on fire! Anna: But I didn’t.


... happy snowman!

[singing] Winter’s a good time to sit close and cuddle. But put me in summer and I’ll be a… happy snowman!

Olaf

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Olaf likes summer!

[singing] Winter’s a good time to sit close and cuddle. But put me in summer and I’ll be a… happy snowman!


Just... maybe not right this second.

Anna: Olaf! You’re melting!
Olaf: Some people are worth melting for…. Just… maybe not right this second.

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Olaf doesn’t mind melting for Anna. Just not now.

Anna: Olaf! You’re melting! Olaf: Some people are worth melting for…. Just… maybe not right this second.