At long last, it's time to meet the cast of Disney's first animated Marvel movie, 'Big Hero 6,' and see these new characters come to life in six new images. Where previously we saw some unapproved posters for this new crop of unlikely superheroes (since taken down from the web), the cast is now here in beautiful hi-res and ready to kick some San Fransokyo butt!
The idea behind 'Big Hero 6,' Walt Disney's first animated Marvel movie since they acquired the home of The Avengers, is an exciting prospect, one that we've been tracking for some time. While the full cast is still to be announced, today brings our first look at this new team of superheroes through unofficial movie posters.
'Eden' hits theaters this week, and it's the kind of allegorical thriller that manages to hit all the familiar notes, but it does so beautifully. Jamie Chung stars as the titular heroine, a woman kidnapped and forced into sex slavery, and though the film takes place in the 90s, 'Eden' reminds us that its themes (sadly) remain relevant today.
'Sin City 2' is seeing more than just double with a sequel -- the film has just cast not one, but two similarly first-named leading ladies in actresses Jamie Chung and Jaime King.
Jennifer "JWoww" Farley may be the only tolerable cast member of the 'Jersey Shore' gang, but she's still a hot mess-and-a-half. It was bad enough that she starred on the MTV reality series for six seasons and got her own spinoff with fellow hot mess Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, but now recent photos suggest she's gotten so much plastic surgery that she's completely changed ethnicities.
With the premiere of 'Once Upon A Time' season 2 only weeks away, it's high time we catch a glimpse of any one of the numerous Disney and fairy tale characters to make their way through Storybrooke in its sophomore year. We'd already heard about the numerous additions from the catalog of Disney princesses, but how would you like to see one in action? Is Princess Mulan ready to do battle in live-action for the first time?
When the RZA announced that he was going to direct his own kung fu movie, we knew that he was the right man for the job. The Wu-Tang Clan and many of his other projects would reference a number of classic samurai and kung fu films, and watching the red-band trailer for his 'The Man With The Iron Fists,' it's clear he knows his genre.