Walt Disney Studios has provided us with a high resolution version of the first of three posters for Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book (April 15, 2016) which will form a triptych. The first (and left) panel features King Louie and Kaa, voiced by Christopher Walken and Scarlett Johansson, respectively.
Although we typically tend to stop sharing stills once a film is released, it probably goes unsaid that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is not your typical fare. As it is poised to trample Avatar at the box office any minute now to become the top grossing film of all time, Walt Disney Studios and Lucasfilm have once again graced us with hi-res images from the film, some of which recently appeared in Entertainment Weekly, but now appear here in high resolution and watermark free. The new stills, over 20 in all, have been added to the beginning of our gallery embedded below.
You know what they say, it’s 5:00 somewhere. It’s also December 18 somewhere as well, which means Star Wars: The Force Awakens merchandise that was being held until the film’s official release date are now available in some parts of the world, fortunately including English speaking parts.
In part this means that the entire Star Wars: The Force Awakens film score by John Williams is now on sale in countries such as Australia and iTunes has enabled the audio preview for the entire score.
You can preview it here from any country: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – John Williams
It’s been a while since we’ve updated our Star Wars: The Force Awakens images gallery and with just over a week to go before the film debuts in theaters, we felt it was time for an update. Walt Disney Studios and Lucasfilm have provided us with just over fifteen stills in high resolution from the film, which you can find added to the beginning of our gallery embedded below.
In addition, Walt Disney Music has announced it will be releasing the soundtrack on vinyl double-album in spring 2016 (approximately April 15, 2016). They are now accepting direct pre-orders for the soundtrack for $50. More information and pre-order can be found on the Disney Music Emporium.
Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Studios have provided us with high-res versions of stills from Captain America: Civil War (May 6, 2016) as well as a couple of fantastic looks at Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther. You can find all the new stills in our galleries embedded below.
The track list for the score to Star Wars: The Force Awakens by John Williams has been revealed a few weeks prior to its official release if the listing by Amazon France is to be believed. The soundtrack, which will be available to purchase on December 18 is currently available for pre-order. The track list provided is as follows:
Based on one of the most popular and explosive comic storylines, Civil War pits Captain America and Iron Man along with the other Avengers against each other.
Promising to be one of the more darker films of the Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens (December 18, 2015) was issued a rating of PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America, it was announced today via its weekly Classification and Rating Administration (CARA) bulletin. According to the MPAA, the film received its rating for ‘sci-fi action violence.’
Although the PG-13 rating did not exist until 1984, beyond the debut of the original trilogy of Episodes IV, V and VI, it did exist for the prequels, but only the third, Revenge of the Sith, managed to receive the oft-questioned middleground between PG and R.
Though he has certainly made a name for himself in his own right, one of celebrity astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s hobbies is putting pop culture and films to the scientific test, often obliterating any potential source in reality they may claim. With just a day until Pixar Animation Studios releases their upcoming animated film, The Good Dinosaur (November 25, 2015), deGrasse Tyson gives his spin on whether it would be possible for us humans and dinosaurs to co-exist even if dinosaurs had never met their colossal fate. In a word, no. Check out why in the video embedded below.