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Pixar's Onward is absolutely packed with Easter eggs, with references to everything from Brave to the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
A big fan of superheroes? Love a good villain? Well we have some good news coming to fans of all things super because 2020 is gearing up to be another great year for the genre. So let’s dust off our capes and suit up for another exciting year as we take a look at the 10 most anticipated superheroes and villains coming to Regal in 2020!
The connection to the classic fairtytale from the Brothers Grimm may be obvious, but Gretel & Hansel shares another, more subtle connection to a storytelling legend. Find out how the upcoming horror movie can be traced back to “the Master of Suspense,” Alfred Hitchcock.
Christian Bale is in talks to star in Thor: Love and Thunder, and here's which Marvel characters we hope he will play - like Beta Ray Bill.
With the awards season upon us, we wanted to pay homage to the titles that reminded us that movies are one of the greatest forms of art. From the reimagined take on a whodunnit movie to the return of Quentin Tarantino, here are just some of the most memorable movies from 2019.
The title, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, could be interpreted in a number of ways. Here's the significance behind the saga's final subtitle.
Jumanji: The Next Level adds new strengths and weaknesses to the in-game avatars. Here's what Dr. Bravestone, Ruby Roundhouse, and more can do.
So far, we’ve settled the cases of Edward Scissorhands (1990), Die Hard (1988), and Lethal Weapon (1987) and their respective standings as a verified Christmas movie, but there is one more title still up for debate. To put an end to yet another so-called Christmas movie dispute, we are putting the 80’s, comedic-horror classic Gremlins (1984) on trial and laying out our evidence to prove once and for all if this title has earned its place in the holiday movie canon.
When it comes to the Force, death in the Star Wars universe isn't necessarily an absolute, and Luke Skywalker's story will continue in The Rise of Skywalker - a film where the very title suggests a sizable role for the grizzled Jedi Master.
From his humble beginnings as one of the most well-known WWE wrestlers through his movie career, taking on roles from brutish bounty hunter to lovable Disney character, The Rock has certainly made a name for himself on the big screen. In honor of the release of his latest project, Jumanji: The Next Level, we looked back on some of our favorite Dwayne Johnson movie moments and hung them up in “The Rock in Role” Hall of Fame!
To put some of these arguments to rest, we are putting these so-called Christmas movies on trial and laying out our evidence to prove once and for all if these titles have earned their place in the holiday movie canon. To start the month off, we would like to bring to the stand Tim Burton’s bizarre classic, Edward Scissorhands.
Packed with childlike humor (and some not-so childlike) that is perfect for any age, parents and children alike find themselves doubled over watching Buddy’s Christmas antics. And though some have expressed that Buddy may not be everyone’s cup of whisky-laced coffee, we wanted to throw our Santa hat into the ring in defending Elf as the most modern entry into the Christmas movie canon.
The Polka-Dot Man will be one of the many villains making up the team in James Gunn's The Suicide Squad. Here is everything you need to know about the Polka-Dot Man, including his background and his powers.
Lucasfilm has unveiled the final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - and there are quite a few story details, Easter eggs, and more in it. The Star Wars Saga is coming to an end, a trilogy of trilogies that promises to bring light and dark into head-on collision.
Disney has put together an impressive Maleficent: Mistress of Evil cast to help continue their retelling of Sleeping Beauty. Maleficent released in 2014, starring Angelina Jolie as the titular bad fairy. The original movie took audiences through Maleficent's early years, and her love for the young King Stefan, who went on to father Aurora. Along with Jolie, several other original cast members return for Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, and there are also some interesting new additions.
It's been a few years since Robert Eggers made his arrival to the industry with his debut movie, The Witch (2015) (fully titled The VVitch: A New England Folktale), a mystery/horror that earned him a lot of recognition at Sundance in 2015 and is still ranked as one of the top horror movies of the decade by many cult fans and genre buffs. Now, we see his sophomore effort with The Lighthouse, a psychological arthouse thriller set to arrive at select Regal theatres October 25th.
Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Promare and Tokyo Ghoul 'S.'
Stormtroopers have been a mainstay of the Star Wars franchise from the very beginning, but how were they recruited? First appearing in A New Hope, the white armored soldiers served the Empire and the commands of Darth Vader and The Emperor. They've developed a reputation for their terrible aim, despite rigorous training with their E-11 blaster rifles.
Deleted scenes for Godzilla: King of the Monsters have been revealed. The cut scenes add a few minutes of content to the movie. The fact that the movie already had a run time of two hours and 12 minutes could explain why the scenes didn't make it into the theatrical release.
Orion Pictures releases the first trailer for Gretel and Hansel, coming to Regal January 31, 2020. The lastest reimagining of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale is directed by Osgood "Oz" Perkins from a screenplay he wrote with Rob Hayes.