A new clip from the highly anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has just been released by Marvel Entertainment, and it’s everything we’ve been waiting for. In this new Guardians of the Galaxy 3 clip, we see our favorite team of cosmic misfits in action once again, with Peter Quill (played by Chris Pratt) taking center stage. In the one-minute clip, Quill is pouring his heart and soul out to the new Variant of Gamora (played by Zoe Saldaña), urging her to open up and get to know him.
The clip also features a hilarious moment with Mantis, Drax, and Nebula, as Star-Lord struggles with the many buttons on his suit. Unfortunately, Mantis doesn’t seem to grasp the concept of color-coded buttons, leading to some comical confusion.
As the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 draws near, fans can expect even more exciting clips and teasers to be released. And with James Gunn once again at the helm, we can be sure that this latest installment in the franchise will be nothing short of epic.
Watch the team’s hilarious interaction below. I just love Mantis and her antics!
Disney has just released an exhilarating new Peter Pan & Wendy trailer for the highly anticipated live-action remake. Following the release of a teaser trailer last month, we now have a full-length trailer giving us a better look into the magical world of Never Land and the adventures of Wendy Darling, Peter Pan, and friends. The beloved story, based on J. M. Barrie’s classic novel and the 1953 animated film, will be available for streaming exclusively on Disney+ starting April 28, 2023.
Watch the official trailer below.
The New Peter Pan & Wendy Trailer Gives A New Twist on a Classic Tale
The timeless story of Peter Pan & Wendy has been retold countless times over the years, but Disney’s new live-action remake promises to deliver a fresh take on the beloved tale. Directed by David Lowery and featuring a talented cast of actors, the film combines stunning visuals with a captivating storyline that will enchant audiences of all ages.
A Journey Back to Never Land
The new Peter Pan & Wendy trailer follows Wendy Darling, a young girl who is hesitant to leave her childhood home behind, as she embarks on a thrilling adventure to the magical world of Never Land with Peter Pan, a boy who never wants to grow up. Accompanied by her brothers and Tinker Bell, they must face numerous challenges and obstacles, including the evil Captain Hook, in order to save Never Land from destruction.
A Star-Studded Lineup
Peter Pan & Wendy boasts an impressive cast of talented actors, including Jude Law as the notorious Captain Hook, Alexander Molony as Peter Pan, Ever Anderson as Wendy Darling, Yara Shahidi as Tinker Bell, Alyssa Wapanatâhk as Tiger Lily, Joshua Pickering as John Darling, Jacobi Jupe as Michael Darling, Molly Parker as Mrs. Darling, Alan Tudyk as Mr. Smee, and Jim Gaffigan as Mr. Darling. Each member of the cast brings their unique talents to the film, creating an unforgettable cinematic experience.
Bringing the Story to Life
David Lowery, together with Toby Halbrooks, wrote the screenplay for the film, drawing inspiration from both the Barrie novel and the 1953 Peter Pananimated film. Jim Whitaker produced the movie, with Adam Borba, Thomas M. Hammel, and Halbrooks serving as executive producers. The production team worked tirelessly to bring the enchanting world of Never Land to life, creating stunning visuals and captivating storytelling that is sure to leave a lasting impression on audiences.
Exciting new releases are on the horizon. The Little Mermaid is another live-action remake slated to arrive on May 26. Plus we’re also having Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 scheduled to arrive in theaters on May 5. And with the new footage provided by the new Peter Pan & Wendy trailer, there are indeed plenty of films to watch out for in the weeks to come. Peter Pan & Wendy will exclusively stream at Disney+ starting April 28, 2023.
Indy fans can finally get a sneak peek at the new Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny trailer. The new trailer, which debuted at Lucasfilm’s Studio Showcase event during Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023, reveals more about the story and characters of the highly anticipated film. In case you missed it, check out the trailer below.
A New Era for Indy
The trailer starts with a surprise as Harrison Ford’s iconic character, Indiana Jones, wakes up to the Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil” in his New York apartment. It’s clear that we’re no longer in the era of the original Indiana Jones films. Indy is now in the late 1960s and about to retire. However, his goddaughter, Helena (played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge), recruits him for one last mission – to recover a powerful “dial that could change the course of history.”
The Pursuit of the Dial
As the trailer progresses, we see glimpses of Indy’s past adventures, including his encounter with the villainous Jürgen Voller, played by Mads Mikkelsen, who is also after the mysterious dial. The trailer promises plenty of action-packed moments, such as car chases, horse-in-the-subway pursuits, and even falls from planes.
A Legend’s Destiny
Directed by James Mangold, the new Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny trailer promises to be an incredible adventure that will keep fans on the edge of their seats. This latest installment in the Indiana Jones franchise is expected to explore the character’s backstory and his connections to some of the franchise’s most beloved characters. With its mix of humor, action, and thrilling suspense, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is a must-see film for fans of the franchise and newcomers alike.
Get Ready for June 30
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will hit theaters on June 30. Fans can look forward to a legendary adventure that will take them on a journey through time, as Indy faces his destiny and races to recover the powerful dial before it falls into the wrong hands. So buckle up, and get ready for the ride of a lifetime! Are you excited about this latest Indy film? Share us your thoughts in the comments below.
Star Wars fans were in for a treat at Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023, as Lucasfilm revealed the highly anticipated Ahsoka trailer, set to release on Disney+ in August 2023. The trailer was a significant moment for Ahsoka Tano and her dedicated followers, featuring Rosario Dawson as the title character along with other notable characters like Sabine Wren, Hera Syndulla, and Chopper. Watch the first official Ahsoka trailer below.
Ahsoka Tano has been a beloved character among Star Wars fans since her debut in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series. Voiced by Ashley Eckstein, Ahsoka was initially a headstrong student who evolved into a fierce warrior and leader before leaving the Jedi Order. She then appeared in Star Wars Rebels, where she joined forces with the Ghost crew of rebels, including Sabine and Hera, and engaged in a lightsaber duel with her fallen master, Anakin Skywalker.
Ahsoka Tano made her live-action debut in Chapter 13 of The Mandalorian, titled “The Jedi,” where the Mandalorian sought her out to train his ward, Grogu, in the ways of the Force. Despite declining to train Grogu, Ahsoka remained an ally to the Mandalorian and continued her search for Grand Admiral Thrawn.
The Ahsoka Trailer
The Ahsoka trailer opens with Ahsoka saying, “Something’s coming. Something dark. I sense it.” The trailer features exciting glimpses of action and story, including Ahsoka battling against droids, characters wielding red-bladed lightsabers, Mon Mothma, a rear shot of Grand Admiral Thrawn, and the ancient droid Huyang.
The trailer also features the return of Sabine Wren, voiced by Natasha Liu Bordizzo, and Hera Syndulla, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, along with Chopper, everyone’s favorite grumpy droid. The Ahsoka trailer expertly incorporates elements from the popular Star Wars Rebels animated series and The Mandalorian.
Rosario Dawson’s Portrayal of Ahsoka
Rosario Dawson expertly portrays Ahsoka Tano, bringing the character to life in a new and exciting way. “I’m just really glad that she lived, that we’ve been able to continue growing with her,” Dawson told StarWars.com when taking on the role. “I think that she’s so special.”
The Ahsoka trailer revealed at Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023 has left fans eager to see what’s in store for the beloved character. With exciting action, new characters, and the return of old favorites, Ahsoka promises to be an epic addition to the Star Wars universe. August 2023 can’t come soon enough for Star Wars fans around the world.
What are your thoughts about the new Ahsoka trailer? How do you think the events of the series will fit into the grand plan of things in Star Wars? Share what you think in the comments below.
Pixar’s newest Elemental official trailer is now up. The latest trailer gives audiences a glimpse of forbidden love in a world where the elements of fire, water, earth, and air exist as anthropomorphized beings living in a bustling harmony within Element City. Directed by Peter Sohn, known for his work on The Good Dinosaur, Elemental is Pixar’s only slated film for 2023 and promises to deliver a classic set of sweeping themes.
Elemental Official Trailer Introduces the Story Between Ember and Wade
In the latest trailer, viewers are introduced to protagonists Ember and Wade, voiced by Leah Lewis and Mamoudou Athie, respectively. The two meet on a subway and begin a relationship complicated by the fact that the residents of Element City are not allowed to mix. Wade’s carefree and optimistic nature contrasts with Ember’s reservations, given her father’s disapproval of her new friend.
The Expanded Cast of Elemental
Elemental’s impressive cast includes Shila Ommi as Ember’s mom, Cinder; Catherine O’Hara as Wade’s mom, Brook; Wendi McLendon-Covey as Wade’s boss, Gale; Mason Wertheimer as Ember’s earth neighbor, Clod; and Joe Pera as local bureaucrat Fern. With such a talented ensemble, the film will surely deliver memorable performances.
A Spectacle of Love and Finding Oneself
Elemental offers a compelling narrative about forbidden love and the challenge of breaking the rules. The film’s overarching themes of finding oneself and overcoming societal norms are not new to Pixar’s oeuvre, but how these themes are explored promises to be unique and captivating. The trailers offer a glimpse of the film’s stunning visuals, and the story has all the hallmarks of a classic Pixar hit.
Elemental is set to hit theaters on June 16 and promises to be an unforgettable experience for audiences. The film’s compelling narrative, talented cast, and breathtaking visuals make it a must-watch for fans of animated movies. As Pixar’s only slated film for 2023, Elemental will leave a lasting impression on audiences and cement its place in the pantheon of classic Pixar films. Watch the Elemental official trailer below.
Though this post may not necessarily be connected with any Disney franchise, it is certainly worth mentioning. After leaks of the recent post-credit scene of Warner Bros’ Black Adam went viral online, I guess the cat’s out of the bag already. I will not say that much with regards to the heavily spoiled Black Adam post-credit scene but will let the Man of Steel himself do the talking. Because as of today, Superman star Henry Cavill has finally confirmed that the legendary Kryptonian will be back in the big screen.
The unofficial reveal came by the way of Cavill’s Instagram post that confirms his return in the DCEU. After the exasperating leak, fans speculated that Henry Cavill might only be a sort of one-shot cameo. However, The Witcher star’s Instagramable post has now put all of these speculations at rest. Watch this.
And yes, we heard you loud and clear Henry. With an image that highlights the Man of Steel as we saw him in Black Adam, Henry Cavill confirms that “the image you see in this post and what you saw at the end of Black Adam are just a very small taste of what’s to come”. Understandably, he kept mum about this reveal until such time that the latest DCEU anti-hero film has made its rounds in cinemas. There is no definite date yet on when the next Superman film will come out, but fans will agree that its already a bit overdue considering that it was way back in 2017 that we last saw the Kryptonian in action in Justice League.
Although it may have come as a stunner to some to see him back in the role of Superman, it’s not entirely surprising. Rumors about his return have been spreading lately despite the obvious delays and apparent difficulty of WB’s management to keep it as a secret. This is partly due to the fact that Cavill has now become a household name that is synonymous with the Man of Steel himself, and that replacing him at this point is close to impossible without receiving some serious backlash from fans. He has reprised the role in Batman v. Superman and Justice League, he is well-suited to the character, and has become the definitive Superman for a new generation. Love them or hate them, these modern iterations of Superman has now solidified Cavill’s role in the DCEU franchise, and is now like the steering wheel of the entire DC cinematic universe.
If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to catch Black Adam in your local cinema starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Aldis Hodge, and Pierce Brosnan.
In 2014, Disney fans were caught by surprise when “Maleficent” premiered. This alternate telling of the “Sleeping Beauty” story, but with the titular witch as the protagonist was a hit. The fact that Angelina Jolie owned and mastered her role as Maleficent was a bonus. Now the “evil” fairy returns.
Joachim Rønning takes over from Robert Stromberg in directing “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” due later this year. It follows up sometime after the first film. Maleficent and Queen Aurora (Elle Fanning) are unofficial co-leaders of the combined kingdom of men and fairy creatures. When diplomacy with a neighboring realm threatens the inhabitants of the Moors, fairy and queen might yet see themselves on opposite sides.
Walt Disney Pictures has already brought out the first trailer. Let’s look over the scenes:
Voiceover by Queen Ingrith (Michelle Pfeiffer) telling the story between Maleficent and Aurora. Only this time, it’s the traditional “Sleeping Beauty” narrative instead of what actually happened in-film.
Some human hunters find their way into the Moors. Then they run into Maleficent. Guess what happens.
Prince Philip (now played by Harris Dickinson) seems to have proposed to Aurora.
Aurora, Philip and Maleficent engage in diplomacy with Queen Ingrith and King John (Robert Lindsay). A heated exchange between Ingrith and Maleficent leads to trouble.
Maleficent attacks Ingrith’s soldiers and flees, leaving Aurora aghast. Why did she do that?
A giant flock of birds fly towards Ingrith’s castle.
Cue magical red explosions and Maleficent in the midst of them.
There are only two weeks left before Disney releases its live-action remake for their 1992 animated classic “Aladdin.” By now most of the sticking issues for fans have been resolved. The Genie has gone past its bad blue CGI. Its actor Will Smith has also made the role his own.
Aside from “improvements” in past trailers and TV spots, it’s also time for Disney to intensify the promotion for “Aladdin.” What bigger way to drum up more interest and support than to unveil the theme song? The pop version of “A Whole New World” is now up for viewing online.
One of the things fans didn’t like about the “Beauty and the Beast” promotion in 2017 was its pop theme. Performed by Ariana Grande and John Legend, audiences thought the sweeping percussion-filled version in the trailer was it. Hearing the actual, more poppy song number came across as a letdown.
Disney doesn’t appear to have made that mistake for “Aladdin.” Only the in-movie version of “A Whole New World” by stars Mena Massoud and Naomi Scot is heard in the trailers. The pop version is all its own. Former One Direction member and Pakistani-British singer ZAYN (Malik) sounds awesome alongside Zhavia Ward in this number.
ZAYN and Zhavia’s duet synergy is also helped by the instrumentation for this version of “A Whole New World.” Middle Eastern acoustics introduce and end the song. Disney’s sure going for as much cultural accuracy as they could. Comments on YouTube have praised the music video, alongside some light-hearted grousing that ZAYN should’ve been cast as Aladdin instead of Massoud.
When Marvel Studios released their first trailer for “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” fans tended to assume it was a prequel. Their opinion was that it took place before 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War” where Peter Parker ultimately got “Thanos-snapped.” Such speculation died down with the release of this new movie trailer.
This fact was pretty much reinforced by current Spider-Man actor Tom Holland, who introduced the second “Far from Home” trailer. In his signature “bad secret-keeper” style, he confirms that the film happens after “Avengers: Endgame,” which premiered last month. With that, let’s do a list of major plot points revealed:
Peter Parker (Holland) is mourning the death of his mentor figure, Tony Stark/Iron Man as depicted in “Endgame.”
Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) notes to Peter that if Tony hadn’t known that Peter would return after the Thanos snap was undone, he might not have done his heroic sacrifice.
Even NYPD cops see Spidey as possibly trying to fill the void by becoming the “new” Iron Man. Peter denies this (“I’m too busy doing your work.”)
Apparently Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) has been trying to contact Peter. He just puts the director of SHIELD on voicemail.
Peter’s high-school class goes on a summer vacation field trip to Europe. Cue Flash Thompson (Tony Revolori) posing with historical re-enactors at the San Marco in Venice (and getting a groin attack from a passerby).
Peter seems to be getting closer with Michelle “MJ” Jones (Zendaya), with his best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon) as the snarky side witness.
We get to see a follow-up on Fury recruiting Peter/Spider-Man for a mission. Here he meets Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhaal), a costumed figure from Earth, “but not ours” according to Fury.
Apparently the various uses of the Infinity Stones on Earth tore a hole between dimensions, dumping Beck and several dangerous elemental-based beings on their doorstep.
Peter learns the other Avengers are busy elsewhere, and all SHIELD has left to turn to is the “Friendly Neighborhood” Spider-Man. Fury lampshades his “veteran hero” reputation by reminding Pete he’s gone to space already.
Apparently Michelle has already figured out that Peter is Spider-Man.
Peter discusses the points of heroism with Beck. The latter says that while he understands Pete wanting to keep a normal life outside of costume, “saving the world requires sacrifice” and that “sometimes people die.”
Seeing the damage the Elementals do spurs Peter to embrace his possible legacy as the next Iron Man. Cue him taking on the Elementals in his new black covert-ups suit.
The classic 1966 “Spider-Man” animated intro (rescored by Mark Giacchino) returns from “Homecoming” as possibly the default theme for for MCU Spidey.
Happy tries to evacuate Peter’s friends in a Stark jet during an Elemental attack. He gets distracted when his explanation of “working with Spider-Man” is misheard as “working for Spider-Man.” Cue exploding jet.
“Spider-Man: Far from Home” also stars Cobie Smoulders, JB Smoove, Martin Starr, Marisa Tomei, Angourie Rice and Hemky Madera. The film premieres on July 2.
Guess what, it’s May! And three weeks from now Disney’s second live-action adaptation of their Renaissance-phase classic will hit cinemas worldwide. The “Aladdin” remake’s promised us a whole new world for its storyline. We can believe that with the plot tweaks we’ve seen so far in the trailer and TV-spots.
Speaking of which, two more TV spots for “Aladdin” have come out since our last update. They’re remarkably short compared to what’s already come before. Still, they pack some more new scenes, new dialogue, and new fragments of the song number that would establish the Genie’s character for the audience.
These will be short lists, but vital for those who want to dissect every preview before the actual movie premieres:
New scene of Genie (Will Smith) teaching Aladdin how to use his lamp to make wishes on: there are three wishes, and they must each begin with Al rubbing the lamp and starting his request with “I wish”
We got snippets of “A Friend Like Me” from two previous TV spots; now we hear Smith singing the refrain portion (“Mister Aladdin sir, one wish or two or three”)
I supposed it’s obvious now that rather than the straight Broadway-esque treatment by Robin Williams, Smith will be rap-singing his way through “A Friend Like Me”
Genie’s instructions on the limits of his power, though we only catch the second and third; rather than channeling Peter Lorre like Williams!Genie did, Smith!Genie does something else to illustrate “Can’t bring back the dead”
Mena Massoud’s Aladdin apparently has a short attention span; apparently after the song number he again asks how wish-making works; an exasperated Genie exclaims “The whole song was the instructions!”
Remix of earlier scenes that we’ve already experienced in the trailer and other TV spots; some diamonds in the rough/unseen footage is there however
More shots of Aladdin’s entrance into Agrabah as Prince Ali
On what appears to be the welcome banquet for Prince Ali at the palace (we saw him briefly dancing with Jasmine in the trailer), Aladdin impresses the assembly with his parkour-influenced dancing style: even Jasmine can’t help herself but smile
Another snippet from the Cave of Wonders has Abu with a drum rig on his back, cymbals and a kazoo in his mouth; apparently the “A Friend Like Me” sequence just finished and he retains his instruments; interestingly, he somewhat resembles his form as a toy after Jafar zapped him in the original animated film
Genie: We’re gonna need to talk about that monkey later