Category Archives: Kids’ Cinema

Paddington To Finally Come To The Big Screen.

This is news that makes me very, very happy indeed. Brit film site HeyUGuys reports this morning that Harry Potter producer David Heyman is teaming up with Studio Canal to finally bring author Michael Bond’s beloved bear to the multiplex. … Continue reading

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Watch The New Trailer For Pixar’s “Brave.”

There’s more than one girl with a bow angling for box office supremacy this year. Here’s a look at Pixar/Disney’s Irish-themed feature “Brave.” First, the trailer: Here’s the synopsis: “Since ancient times, stories of epic battles and mystical legends have … Continue reading

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New “Mirror Mirror” TV Spot Debuts.

Here’s a new television commercial for the Tarsem Singh-directed version of the classic “Snow White” fairy tale. Lily Collins and Julia Roberts star. (h/t TotalFilm)

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Dueling “Snow White” Trailers Hit The Web.

So You May Not Have Heard … … but filmgoers are soon going to be treated to not one, but two, reimaginings of the classic Grimms’ fairy tale “Snow White.” One of them, “Mirror, Mirror” (with Julia Roberts as the … Continue reading

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The Muppets Go Twilight.

One Of The Best Parts … … of the marketing campaign for this month’s “Muppets” movie is the knowing and very snarky marketing campaign that Disney has launched to support the film. In trailers and posters, Kermit and pals have … Continue reading

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Six Reasons To Love Motion Capture

With the release of “The Adventures of Tintin” upon us, The Guardian makes the case for why you should love motion-capture cinema. Here’s one reason: “Eerie Resemblance Characters should look a bit – but not quite – like those playing … Continue reading

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Why We Still Love Rin Tin Tin.

A New Book Examines The Life … … of Hollywood’s favorite pooch. From Salon this morning: “‘He believed the dog was immortal,’ Susan Orlean writes at the beginning of “Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend.” Although the pronoun … Continue reading

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