The time has finally come and Gal Gadot is the woman who bring this awesome female superhero to life on the big screen.
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“The characters in these flicks have got big eyes, fast moves and when they want they can really kick ass.” – Yt
A new animated Disney film is out just in time for the holidays. This is the official trailer for Frozen, which is loosely based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, The Snow Queen.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is out in cinemas now, and the critics are mostly loving it.
This video shows Chris Stuckmann’s review of the flick, which is based on the book of the same name. It’s also the sequel to the first The Hunger Games movie which was released in 2012.
Angelina Jolie is set to play the character of Maleficent in a movie of the same name being released in 2014. The new poster, showing Jolie wearing the costume, was just released, and it’s pretty damn magnificent.
This video takes us behind the scenes of Killing Kennedy, a new TV movie telling the story of the last few years of John F. Kennedy’s life.
This video shows the first trailer for X-Men: Days Of Future Past, which is due to be released in May 2014. As the title suggests, the old X-Men meet the new X-Men (their younger selves) from the First Class movie.
Carrie is a new film starring Chloe Grace Moretz and based on the original film of the same name from 1976. The story is the same, but does this stand up as a solid movie in its own right?
The Saw franchise may now have ended — at least until the desire to make more money gets too much for the filmmakers and studio — but its impact lives on.
This comedy skit imagines what it would be like to live with Jigsaw, the creepy puppet whose presence indicated the setting off of a trap which was likely to cause someone pain and suffering.
One of the best lines in Star Wars, or perhaps one of the best worst lines in Star Wars, is just before Han Solo gets frozen in carbonite.
Princess Leia sweetly says, “I love you, ” to which he replies, “I know.” Genius. Harsh. Brilliant. Cruel.