The time has come dragon fans, the Dreamworks animated feature “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” is opening up today in theaters everywhere. We’ve supported the film over the last few months here on “The Chronicles” by showcasing the trailer reveals and the most recent one can be observed HERE in the event that you haven’t seen any of them. Before I send you off to the theaters, let’s take a look at the colorful Official Poster along with the premise and voice casting.
The Plot: One year after defending Berk from Drago, Hiccup and Toothless continue to rescue captured dragons in order to bring them back to Berk and create a bustling dragon and human utopia. Unfortunately, their efforts have also resulted in the island becoming severely overpopulated with dragons. In a response to the overcrowding, Hiccup desires to find the “Hidden World”, a safe haven for dragons that his late father Stoick told him about. Meanwhile, a white Fury dragon, held captive by warlords, is given to infamous dragon hunter Grimmel the Grisly as bait for him to capture Toothless for the warlords’ use as an alpha. (c/o Wiki). Continue reading Now Playing: “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” in Theaters Everywhere (2/22/2019)→
There’s no denying the popularity of the “Fast and The Furious” series of films and if you are someone that enjoys high speed chases, mind blowing spectacles and stunts, then they are right up your alley. Now it seems as though they’ve branched out a little and are building a bit of a universe by letting two of their characters go head to head against an insidious evil. Here is the recently released trailer for “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw”. I’ve shared some premise and initial casting as well as some editorial notations.
Though it’s been a few months since the last reference, I’ve posted about the film “Glass” a couple of times already in posts about the First Trailer and the Second Trailer which you can enjoy by clicking the hyperlinked text. Each of them feature some cool promotional posters so do take a moment to do that and to refresh yourself with the film that brings M Night Shyamalan’s trilogy to its close. “Glass” opens today in theaters everywhere so let’s review the main poster, premise and casting.
Premise: Following the conclusion of Split, David Dunn pursues Kevin Wendell Crumb’s superhuman persona of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters while the shadowy presence of Elijah Price, going by “Mr. Glass”, emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.
Next year, the folks at Illumination Entertainment (who’ve given us the “Despicable Me” films) will be bringing us back into the world that happens while we are at work or school with “The Secret Life Of Pets 2”. The first full trailer is one that features the character Chloe, a morbidly obese and apathetic grey tabby cat. Let’s look and if you’ve missed any of the other posts about this film just click HERE.
The Synopsis: Max faces some major changes after his owner Katie gets married and now has a child named Liam, up to the point he becomes overprotective. On a family trip to the countryside, Max meets a farm dog named Rooster, and both attempt to overcome his fears. Meanwhile, Gidget tries to rescue Max’s favorite toy from a cat-packed apartment, and Snowball sets on a mission to free a white tiger named Hu from a circus. Continue reading Illuminations “The Secret Life Of Pets 2” – The Chloe Trailer→
Hey there my friends, we are here once more to share news about an exciting movie opening. We’ve talked about this one already with the trailer posting but today is the day that “The Grinch” opens in theaters everywhere. This is the third telling of the time honored story featuring the beloved Dr. Seuss character who just wants a little peace and quiet on Christmas and how he hopes to get it. The poster, brief premise and voice casting for this computer animated feature are below. Dig in.
The Grinch hatches a scheme with his trusted canine Max to ruin Christmas when the residents of Whoville plan to make their annual holiday three times bigger that year. Meanwhile, Cindy Lou Who plans to seek out Santa Claus to thank him for helping her widowed mother every Christmas, but little does she know she is trying to blow the Grinch’s cover. Continue reading Now Playing: “The Grinch” in Theaters Everywhere (11/9/2018)→