Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Disneynature's Bears Trailer

Source: Apple

Disneynature, the nature documentary part of Disney, sadly did not have anything for us this past year, but has just released their next documentary trailer set to release next year. I absolutely love this Earth Day tradition! I think it's inspiring, encouraging and entertaining. They explain how part of their early ticket sales go to various organizations that protect the environment and its inhabitants. Fantastic! In years past we've seen Earth, Oceans, African Cats and Chimpanzee. Now we get a sneak peak into what's in store next Earth Day with Bears. Take a look and enjoy! 

 
Disneynature's newest documentary features the likes of Bears set in the beautiful outdoors of Alaska. With is stunning coastal mountains and shores they reveal tender moments and entertaining imagery how these animals are far from grizzly creatures. This shooting location provides some of the most spectacular visuals ever for the Disneynature film co-directed by (African Cats) and (Earth, African Cats and Chimpanzee). Be sure to check this out next year on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2014.
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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Gravity: A Falling Montage

Source: Firstshowing.com

How many times have you noticed people falling when watching your favorite movie? There have been countless movies featuring both heroes and villains plunging to their death, or hanging on for dear life. Thanks to a very cool video titled Gravity: A Falling Montage, we can relive this "falling" movie moments all at once. You will see that it utilizes scenes from movies like Batman, The Matrix Reloaded, Lord of the Rings, Thor, Die Hard, The Fifth Element and many more. Have a look-see. 



Obviously, it's hard to include all the films which features sequences like this, but the video does a good job of snagging some of the more iconic leaps and falls from movies.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Diana Official Trailer

Source: Firstshowing.net

"He doesn't treat me like a princess."
A new international trailer for Diana has finally arrived. 's biopic on the most beloved Princess of all time begins to unfold the whole story. At times this feels a little melodramatic, but puts on an award worthy performance (yet again), and the attention to detail to real-life is quite impressive to say the least. See for yourself...

Diana is directed by German filmmaker . It's described as the "love story between a princess locked in a tower and an ordinary man." The script from (The Libertine) is said to focus on Diana's secret two-year love affair in the mid-1990s with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Kahn that wasn't revealed until 2008. The cast includes as Dr. Khan. The film arrives internationally this October, and Entertainment One will release Diana in the United States, although there's still no official date set here yet. Stay tuned... 

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