Disney last week revealed a brand new trailer for Rogue One, it’s first Star Wars spin-off movie. The action-packed clip also brought us definitive proof that Darth Vader is back in this Star Wars episode. But for some reason, Disney made a slightly different international trailer for the movie, and it adds one crucial detail about the plot of the film. You should really avoid it if you don’t want any spoilers, though it might come up in future trailers so ultimately it probably won’t matter.
There are few film trilogies more beloved than Indiana Jones. Even the tragic misstep that was Kingdom of the Crystal Skull didn’t do much to temper the excitement that fans have for the characters and the franchise, which is why most of us didn’t bat an eye when Disney announced plans for a fifth movie.
Bringing Harrison Ford back for one last adventure could give Disney a chance to send the series out on a high note, but based on comments from the Lucasfilm Story Group at Star Wars Celebration this weekend, the fifth movie might be the beginning of a much larger cinematic universe, rather than the end of the story.
You might want to temper your expectations for the first Star Wars spinoff film.
Directed by Gareth Edwards, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is still scheduled to release on December 16th, but sources tell Page Six that the highly anticipated spinoff will require expensive reshoots over the summer as the film isn’t shaping up nearly as well as Disney had expected.
As if all the new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in June weren’t enough, Netflix is already hyping up its entire summer slate. For June, the service has Jurassic Park and Spotlight, July brings The Big Short and Back to the Future and August’s lineup includes The Little Prince and The Fast & The Furious.
But the biggest addition comes in September, when Netflix becomes “the exclusive US pay TV home of the latest films from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar.”
Riding a TRON lightcycle should be a life goal for any hot-blooded human, but without $77,000 to spend on a life-size replica, you’re probably going to be out of luck. Disney’s new Shanghai theme park promises to change all that next month, when it opens this TRON rollercoaster. Just in case you can’t hop on a plane to China, there’s also a first-person video of what you’re missing out on.
Captain America: Civil War is a hit, there’s no doubt about it, and possibly one of the best movies in the Marvel universe. But Marvel isn’t done churning out blockbusters starring our favorite Avengers, with Disney, 20th Century Fox and Sony working on plenty more flicks for the coming years. In what follows, we’ll quickly recap the complete Marvel movie schedule through 2019, in chronological order. More →
Marvel’s latest blockbuster superhero film divides the avengers in half and pits them against each other in an epic battle for the ages. But the movie is also engaged in an off-screen fight that’s equally impressive. Following a monstrous international debut, Captain America: Civil War continued Disney’s march through the record books this past weekend by helping the studio hit several huge milestones. More →
The search is apparently over, Star Wars fans! Alden Ehrenreich, who starred in the Coen Brothers’ latest comedy Hail Caesar, will play young Han Solo in Disney’s 2018 Star Wars story. Recent rumors claimed he was the favorite to take over the role made famous by Harrison Ford in the original trilogy, and multiple reports now indicate that Disney made up its mind.
Star Wars is a huge phenomenon and Disney is making sure the hype continues now that its hit movie has already been released on Blu-ray, DVD and digital HD download. Star Wars: The Force Awakens proved to fans there’s hope for the Star Wars universe, and it made a boatload of cash for Disney in the process. While we wait for Rogue One and Episode VIII to roll out, Disney decided to reshoot Episode VII for us, retelling the story in an entirely different way — with the help of emoji. More →
By the time Captain America: Civil War premieres in the U.S. on May 6th, the gigantic Marvel-Disney blockbuster will have raked in hundreds of millions of dollars in ticket sales internationally. In the first five days since launching in Europe and other markets, Civil War already reached the $200 million mark, promising to give Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Deadpool and Batman v. Superman a run for the money.
It’s been months since Star Wars: The Force Awakens left theaters, but that hasn’t stopped fans from poring over every moment of the movie to try to discover any hidden secrets they might have missed. So while you’re waiting for Rogue One later this year and Episode VIII in 2017, why not see what they’ve discovered?
After a teaser that left us wanting more a few months ago, Disney is back with the official trailer for Steven Spielberg’s The BFG. The friendly giant didn’t really make an appearance in the teaser, but the new video makes up for that, showing us the glorious special effects that will define the upcoming movie.