Two new "Finding Dory" clips reveal the return of sea turtles Crush and Squirt.
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There are plenty of fish in the sea â and a few familiar turtles too. Disney Pixar has released a pair of new clips from the underwater sequel Finding Dory, and the first glimpses the return of the easygoing sea turtle Crush and his young son, Squirt. In a scene reminiscent of Finding...
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Finding Dory is now three weeks away and it only took Pixar 13 years to get here, so they better deliver a worthy sequel to Finding Nemo. “Six months after the events of the first film, Dory suddenly recalls her childhood memories. Remembering something about “the jewel of Morro Bay, California”, accompanied by Nemo and Marlin, she sets out to […] Read Here’s a New Trailer for Finding Dory on Filmonic.
A new trailer has surfaced online for Disney and Pixar's FINDING DORY, and it contains a lot of previously unseen footage that shows off some of the new and returning characters of the FINDING NEMO sequel, such as Albert Brooks' Marlin the clownfish, Idris Elba's Fluke the sea lion, Ed O'Neill's Hank the octopus and, of course, Ellen Degeneres' titular regal blue... Read More...
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BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE was something of a techno remix of classic DC Comics storylines. Zack Snyder provided the main beat, but he worked in samples of several beloved classics to spice things up. In there, you had the obvious two, which were THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS and THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN, but there was also a reference to BATMAN: A DEATH IN THE FAMILY. Seen briefly in the film was this glimpse of the costume of one of Batman's former Robins.
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Warner Bros. has had a long road to follow trying to get a Dungeons & Dragons movie off the ground. The film rights to the property were so complicated that it took a legal battle to start sorting everything out so Warner could start work on its film. The project seems to be moving forward, even if it’s taken longer than the studio wanted. Now it seems that the rumors were true and Goosebumps director Rob Letterman is on board to direct the film. Variety reports that Letterman is now attached to the film, which follows rumors last month that he was being courted to direct.
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The return of Balon Greyjoy and the Iron Isles on Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones was one attempt to tie up loose ends the series introduced in the early episodes of the program. But Balon is not the only character left dangling over the course of the series’s run. Here are a few others the show seemingly has abandoned: Gendry: One of Robert Baratheon bastards and the secret ingredient to making Melisandre’s curse against the false kings of Westeros succeed. He was also a friend of Arya’s as they traveled North to Castle Black and eventually met the Brotherhood without Banners.
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In the closing moments of last night's episode of Game of Thrones, the ultimate fate of Jon Snow was finally revealed: the bastard of Winterfell lives again. It took some persuasion from Davos, but Melisandre used some of of sorcery (well, in this case necromancy) to raise the former Lord Commander of the Night's Watch from the dead. Many fans did see something like this coming to be fair, but Kit Harington was still sworn to secrecy, and had to insist Snow was dead whenever he was quizzed about it in interviews.
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Jack Black is expected to reprise his role as R.L. Stine in Goosebumps 2, with original writer Darren Lemke penning the script.
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