After having a few hiccups from failing to meet expectations to succeed on their movies lately, Pixar is coming back with its new film called Inside Out. Of course, Pete Docter, who directed both Up and Monsters, Inc. is the man for the job.
After a few hints, the first official trailer has finally been released. Each monster in the movie represents different types of emotions and they control the minds of humans. In this particular case, it’s Riley, a preteen who had to move to San Francisco from her hometown in the Mid West and change school, and her family.
The concept is brilliant; after only 2 minutes of trailer, we can already say that Pete Docter will surely take us on an emotional roller coaster following a fantastic ending with a beautiful lesson about humanity.
A longer trailer of Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron Extended got released on Wednesday. As always, it’s not missing the usual super hero action, however this time we got more of Ultron’s intensity. His voiceover gives away a little hint of his intention to make a better world by cleaning out all humans.
Avengers: Age of Ultron Extended will hit the theaters on May 1, 2015.
After the season finale yesterday November 8, BBC revealed this year Christmas special. It takes place in the North Pole with Nick Frost as guest star playing Santa. As for the rest, I’ll just let you see for yourself.
The spinoff movie of Despicable Me, directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda, featuring the voices of Sandra Bullock and Jon Hamm will hit the big screen in July 2015. The first trailer is 3 minutes long, which introduces us to the history of the Minions seeking for masters through different ages of history, from T-Rex, Pharaoh, Napoleon to Dracula. Unfortunately for them, none of the masters last after being killed accidentally by the minions. Without a master, they become lost and depressed. Thankfully one of them, the courageous Kevin, does whatever it takes to lead them to the greatest master they would ever have. With Bob and Stuart, his companions, Kevin travels all the way from Antarctica to 1968 New York City.