Philadelphia has its Rocky Balboa statue, Detroit has its RoboCop statue, and now Tokyo has a Godzilla statue. All is right with the world.
The 'Ouija' trailer is exactly what you'd expect from a movie based on a game that claims to put its players in touch with the dead. There's the cast of blank-faced teens who get in over their heads, a murder mystery to be solved, and many, many shots of ghosts suddenly appearing in the frame to make the (predominately pre-teen) audience scream and throw their popcorn in the air.
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Marvel explains why director Peyton Reed is the best guy to helm 'Ant-Man,' Disney's 'Jungle Book' movie finds its Mowgli, and read a description of the first 'Avengers 2' footage.
In news that will probably baffle comic book fans and normal people alike, it was revealed that Thor (yes, the Avenger) is no longer worthy of his title and will be replaced by a woman.
Yes, you are allowed to unleash a collective "What?!" right about now.
In its current form, 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' concludes on a dark and downbeat note, setting up a future film while placing its major characters on a desperate new path. But the original ending was even darker and now we have a glimpse at that footage and a look at what could have been.
Spoilers for 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' begin here, so proceed at your own peril!
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, get a sneak peek of 'Jurassic Park 4' with a theme park brochure, learn why 'Hellboy 3' will never happen, and try to keep your jaw off the floor when you learn what Christopher Walken is doing next.
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Rocket Raccoon may be one of the first animal superheroes to make it to the big screen, but he's certainly not alone in the pages of Marvel and DC comics. In fact, superhero comics have been introducing animal heroes for years, ranging from stand-alone heroes with unique origin stories to pets who simply share the same powers as their owners.