We’ve talked about the live action film featuring the famous Dora The Explorer who people with kids or siblings of a certain age are very familiar with by sharing the Official Trailer. This Paramount Pictures film opens today in theaters across the country so let’s review the Official Poster, Premise and Casting once more.
Synopsis: Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle with her parents nothing could prepare Dora for the most dangerous adventure ever – high school. Always the explorer, Dora quickly finds herself leading Boots (her best friend, a monkey), Diego, and a rag tag group of teens on an adventure to save her parents and solve the impossible mystery behind a lost Inca civilization. (c/o Wiki). Continue reading Now Playing: “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” in Theaters Everywhere (8/9/2019)→
“They’re creepy and they’re kooky; Mysterious and spooky; They’re all together ooky – The Addams Family”… Sure I might have started the teaser trailer post (seen HERE) with that same introduction but now that we have the first full on trailer I couldn’t help myself. In case this is news to you, those crazies in the Addams Family will be starring in a brand-new animated feature and now its time to get a slightly better look. This MGM feature opens on Halloween.
I’ve shared some of the trailers and images from the film “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” with the most recent one being showcased HERE. The star-studded feature opens today so let’s take a glimpse of the official poster along with the premise and ensemble cast.
The Press Release:
The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced that its 19th edition will take place April 15-26, 2020 in New York City. Since its inception in 2001, Tribeca has been a platform for new work from established filmmakers and discoveries from emerging voices, while exploring innovations in storytelling across film, TV, VR, online, music, gaming and more.
Submissions for the 2020 Festival will open on August 19 via Tribeca’s website or FilmFreeway for feature and short films; episodic and online storytelling; virtual and immersive; and branded entertainment. Under the purview of Cara Cusumano, newly named Festival Director, Tribeca will continue its tradition of curating a program that unites artists and diverse audiences to support great storytelling.
Last year’s Festival featured a slate of feature films; acclaimed shorts programming; Tribeca N.O.W. (New Online Work), a showcase of artists working in the online space; Tribeca Immersive; Tribeca Talks; and Tribeca TV with series world premieres including Emmy-nominated Chernobyl, breakout hit The Hot Zone, and more. Tribeca celebrated diverse voices with 40% of the feature films having one or more women directors, people of color directed 29% of the feature films and 13% of the feature films were from individuals who identify as LGBTQ+. The Festival hosted Tribeca Celebrates Pride, an event honoring the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with a day of conversations. Tribeca X, which honors excellence in branded entertainment, expanded with program new categories and a day of conversations with innovators at the intersection of advertising and entertainment. Continue reading Tribeca Film Festival Announces 2020 Dates and Opens Submissions→
I’ve shared some of the advance stuff for Disney’s live-action rendition of their classic “The Lion King” with the Official Trailer and some posters which you can enjoy by clicking the highlighted text. Now the day has come and its time to head into the deepest jungles and watch how this tale unfolds as the film opens in theaters everywhere. I’ve repeated the premise and casting below the poster.
The Premise: In the African savanna, the young lion Simba idolizes his father, Mufasa, and longs to succeed him as King of the Pridelands. Before this can happen, his jealous uncle Scar initiates a coup which results in Mufasa’s death and Simba’s exile. Simba grows up in the company of Timon and Pumbaa, a meerkat and warthog pair with a carefree lifestyle. As tensions rise, he is drawn back into a battle with Scar by the friends from his past life. Continue reading Now Playing: “The Lion King” in Theaters Everywhere (7/19/2019)→