Let’s take a look at some of the new titles making their way to Netflix Canada this August.
Disney made quite a few announcements at their biennial D23 Expo which took place in Anaheim, including details about the upcoming Star Wars Land, their live-action remakes and animated movies and much more.
CraveTV, the other big video streaming service in Canada, has a quite a few shows coming throughout July.
It seems EA had success with EA Play last year and they’re repeating it again for 2017.
EA made a few announcements at their EA Play event, which is there pre E3/E3 event & press conference. EA Play gives players a chance to play some EA games early.
On May 25th 1977, 20th Century Fox and Lucasfilm Ltd. release the first installment in the space opera film series, Star Wars.
It’s that time of year again, May the Fourth Be With You. A day where fans celebrate the Star Wars movies, going all the way back to the 1977 film, Star Wars (later subtitled as Episode IV: A New Hope) to the anticipating the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Disney and Lucasfilm have announced releases dates for the third installment the Star Wars sequel trilogy and the fifth chapter in the Indiana Jones series.
This year’s annual Star Wars Celebration is taking place in Orlando and there has been some exciting announcements over the past few days.
Spoiler Alert: Caution there will be spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens in this post
I’m always amazed about how much detail and work goes into a film, more specifically an animated film. And when a film like The Lego Movie came out in 2014, I was curious of how the film was made. The film was made using traditional animation software with the combination of LEGO’s Digital Designer but the final product made it look like it was as if the film was stop-motion.
The Academy Award-winning film, Manchester by the Sea is now available on Amazon Prime Video in Canada.
The Amazon Original Movie won two Academy Awards, Best Actor for Casey Affleck and Best Original Screenplay for Kenneth Lonergan (who is also the director of the film). The film was nominated for a total of six Academy Awards including Best Picture (which lost to
La La Land Moonlight).