Trolls

‘Trolls’ Sequel Sets 2020 Release Date
‘Trolls’ Sequel Sets 2020 Release Date
‘Trolls’ Sequel Sets 2020 Release Date
DreamWorks and Universal’s surprise animated hit is — unsurprisingly — getting a sequel. The news comes on the heels of Justin Timberlake’s charismatic opening number at the 2017 Oscars earlier this week — something most of you probably forgot all about at least two hours before Envelopegate even happened, somewhere between candy parachutes and that weird tour bus interlude.
Record 91 Original Songs Eligible for an Oscar
Record 91 Original Songs Eligible for an Oscar
Record 91 Original Songs Eligible for an Oscar
It’s a big year for the Oscars, and not just because of the movies. 2016 brought us a record-breaking 27 animated films eligible for Best Animated Feature, and today the Academy announced that there is a whopping 91 tracks eligible for Best Original Song.
‘Trolls’ Director to Overstimulate Audiences Again with ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ Reboot
‘Trolls’ Director to Overstimulate Audiences Again with ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ Reboot
‘Trolls’ Director to Overstimulate Audiences Again with ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ Reboot
The aesthetic of the Trolls movie that debuted earlier this year could be fairly described as “everything all of the time.” It’s a whirling hurricane of Day-Glo colors and candy farts and peppy pop tunes and endless Pixy Stix buffets. It plays like the EDM sugar rush of an eight-year-old off his meds, and audiences responded in kind with a massive box-office return. (The #1 FM radio single from Justin Timberlake didn’t hurt matters, either.) Still cruising from his child-geared hit’s success, Trolls director Mike Mitchell has now taken his next project, and it looks like he’s going to be trading the kid-approved MDMA for something a little more… herbal.
Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Arrival’ Survives First Contact
Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Arrival’ Survives First Contact
Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Arrival’ Survives First Contact
It looks like the general public reacted to one of the most stressful weeks in living memory by flocking to the movies for a few hours of escape. Both Doctor Strange and Trolls, which debuted to solid numbers last week, held on strong. Arrival, the biggest newcomer of the bunch, also opened well, proving that it’s entirely possible to open in third place and still be a winner at the box office.

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