'Wreck-It-Ralph' Goes Totally 80's

It's the hottest game of 1986! Taking marketing to a world-changing new level, Disney are trying feverishly to implant new memories into our skull wads. As evidenced by this retro-style commercial for "Fix-It-Felix," the videogame at the center of Wreck-It-Ralph. It's well-crafted and entertaining, but the scientists at Disney are going to have to try harder if they intend to beam their propaganda past the my tin foil helmet. Nobody toys with my brain but me.

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This new sneak peak for 'Pirates of the Caribbean 4' reminds us it all began as a Disneyland ride, just like two other classic works of cinema: 'Haunted Mansion' and 'The Country Bears'. In an effort to help shove the memories of Pirates of the Caribbean 2 & 3 off your memory plank, Disney has released a new trailer for the film that reminds us of the original source material for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. It all started with a ride at Disneyland, just like two other classic works of cinema: Haunted Mansion and The Country Bears. The new outing is supposed to have more swashbuckling, less head scratching, which is good. After all, Americans come to these movies to see crazy spectacle and Johnny Depp acting like a drunk, gay Keith Richards, damn it. Who wants to also have to follow a crazy plot? On Stranger Tides is about looking for the Fountain of Youth. What if Jack Sparrow finds it and the fountain grants him eternal youth as an animatron, living forever as a creepy robot who can only sort of move?


Tweens And Creeps Take Note: Disney's 'Prom' Trailer Is Here

The biggest night ever for the awkward kid, pretty girl, outcast, token black couple, and kid planning to lose his virginity! Ah, prom! Remember that magical night? That unforgettable evening where you spent a lot of money on a tux, limo, and corsage all because your platonic female friend's older boyfriend didn't want to go with her? No, just me? Well, either way, that's not the plot of the upcoming Disney film Prom, which revolves around that ever so pivotal (at least in movies) night in the lives of several archetypal teenagers. Good luck to you, awkward kid, pretty girl, outcast, token black couple, and kid planning to lose his virginity! The film stars Aimee Teegarden, Cameron Monaghan, and Nicholas Braun, and it's in theaters April 29th. It promises to be fun for the whole family!* *If you're 12 years old and an orphan.


Steve Carell And Disney Give US The (Deep Breath) 'Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' Trailer

It appears that lots of people are having a bad day, not just Alexander. If there's a niche Steve Carell has carved out for himself, it's playing the central character in ensemble dramedies in which everyone seems to be at their wit's end. Dan in Real Life, Crazy Stupid Love, Little Miss Sunshine (not the central character there, but still...). So it stands to reason that when Disney put Mr. Carell into the adaptation of the beloved children's book Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day, many more people than Alexander would be struggling. Carell has a no good very bad day, Jennifer Garner has a no good very bad day, and some teenage actors I don't recognize have no good very bad days. While the film seems to stray from the sweetness and alienation that the kid feels, it look pleasant enough, even if there seem to be gratuitous references to texting, Photoshop, and a character says, "hashtag: blessed" in it. Welcome to the new world order.


Get Teased With This Teaser Tailer For Disney's Animated 'Zootopia'

I hope you like puns and animals dressed as people! Thought it's not hitting theaters until next March, we've got our first look of the animation style and characters in Disney's upcoming "animals-as-people" film Zootopia. Off hand, it doesn't look like it's too revolutionary, but it DOES have Jason Bateman as an animated character, so we're inclined to give it the benefit of the doubt. Oh, wait. I hadn't watched the whole trailer before writing that last sentence. They say the film is "“like nothing you’ve seen be-fur." Be-fur? Oh, BEFORE. Never mind. I get it. That's hilarious.


One Of These Men Is A Mole In 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' Teaser

Benedict Cumberbatch is on the case. Super 8 drew unexpected backlash from people who need to have opinions about things because they felt the film looked too Spielbergish. However, I doubt that Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy will draw criticism for its retro 1970's English vibe. The English-language debut from Let The Right One In director Tomas Alfredson, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy stars Gary Oldman as a spy in the British Intelligence community trying to uproot a mole amongst its ranks. He sends British Namey Award Winner 2010 Benedict Cumberbatch to investigate five high-ranked agents to figure out which one it is. It turns into a race against time as the mole blows the cover of the best agents. And Colin Firth looks wicked guilty.


The Trailer For Disney's Upcoming 'Big Hero Six' Looks Pretty Outstanding

Disney and Marvel...keep an eye on these companies. I think they're gonna be big. Disney hasn't gotten near the acclaim that Pixar has since the two companies split, but Disney hasn't exactly been sitting on their hands, and that's perhaps most clear with the upcoming Big Hero Six, which takes a fascinating animation approach and couples it with some characters that are likable and pretty damn funny. Anyone familiar with Big Hero Six, or it's last trailer, knows that Beymax, the giant white blob robot, is the star of the show. But this trailer focuses a little more on Hiro, the human protagonist. And while he's not as funny, he lends an emotional anchor to the movie the way we see in Pixar's best. Take a look.