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When Paramount Pictures and director Jeff Fowler released the first trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog adaptation, fans were apprehensive given the few leaks of the character we had already seen. What was really surprising then was when the studio decided to redesign the character based on the negative fan reaction and delay the movie to give the VFX teams time to do it right. And when the new Sonic the Hedgehog trailer finally revealed Sonic's redesign, the sentiment changed as much as the character model itself. Let's take a deeper look at every change made with the Sonic redesign.
While the main purpose of the villain is to serve as the driving force against the hero of the movie and to create a common evil that we can all band together to root against, many of us find ourselves to favor some of these antagonists. With the return of one of our favorite movie franchises Terminator: Dark Fate set to release November 1st, we felt it would be appropriate to take a look at some of our favorite movie villains of all time.
Here is your complete guide to everything you need to know before seeing Academy Award®-winning director Ang Lee's (Brokeback Mountain, Life of Pi) innovative action-thriller—Gemini Man. The movie, which stars Will Smith opposite a digitally created 23-year-old version of himself, comes to Regal theatres nationwide tonight.
Over the course of his long and rewarding career, Ang Lee has never been one to shy away from a challenge in his moviemaking. With a wide variety of movie genres under his belt, he has pushed his art, as well as the movie industry as a whole, to new and exciting limits. Determining from the Gemini Man trailer released earlier this year, we can already see that he has set a new pace for CGI renderings in Hollywood.
Here's what happened to Spock after Star Trek: The Original Series and the Star Trek movies that starred the classic crew. For 47 years, the late Leonard Nimoy donned the half-Vulcan's signature pointed ears and portrayed Mr. Spock throughout The Original Series, Star Trek: The Animated Series, the first six Star Trek movies, as well as a guest appearance on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Nimoy reprised the role in J.J. Abrams' first two Star Trek reboot movies, with his final appearance as the Vulcan in Star Trek Into Darkness in 2013.
Over the last several months, we’ve noticed an increase in the number of musicals making their way into theatres, either adapted from Broadway classics or created specifically for the big screen. To take a closer look, we’ve gone ahead and made a list of some of the best musical movies to hit theatres in the last year.