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Pixar’s Easter Egg Hunt
Spot the in-jokes in our rundown of Pixar’s most famous in-movie Easter Eggs…

Pixar’s Easter Egg Hunt

Spot the in-jokes in our rundown of Pixar’s most famous in-movie Easter Eggs…

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World Exclusive - Rust And Bone’s CGI Magic Video
While Rust And Bone's critical success wasn't a huge surprise (it's pretty brilliant, after all), the way in which it transformed Marion Cotillard into an amputee certainly was. Watch how they did it here….

World Exclusive - Rust And Bone’s CGI Magic Video

While Rust And Bone's critical success wasn't a huge surprise (it's pretty brilliant, after all), the way in which it transformed Marion Cotillard into an amputee certainly was. Watch how they did it here….

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Exclusive The Thing deleted scene and featurette: watch now
The Thing (2011) is out on DVD and Blu-ray next week, and to give you a taster of what to expect, we’ve got two exclusive videos for you…

Exclusive The Thing deleted scene and featurette: watch now

The Thing (2011) is out on DVD and Blu-ray next week, and to give you a taster of what to expect, we’ve got two exclusive videos for you…

50 Greatest Animated Movies
49. Lady And The Tramp (1955)The Movie: Disney’s first Cinemascope release changed the dynamic of animated movies, with longer takes and greater realism. The story (Italian neo-realism with dogs) changed to match.Only in Animation: Try getting dogs to share spaghetti in real life and see where it gets you.[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON LADY AND TRAMP OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

50 Greatest Animated Movies

49. Lady And The Tramp (1955)

The Movie: Disney’s first Cinemascope release changed the dynamic of animated movies, with longer takes and greater realism. The story (Italian neo-realism with dogs) changed to match.

Only in Animation: Try getting dogs to share spaghetti in real life and see where it gets you.

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON LADY AND TRAMP OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Spielberg speaks out against post-release alterations
His pal George Lucas might still be tinkering away at Star Wars (sorry to bring that up, we just heard millions of Star Wars fans cry out ‘Nooooooo!’) but you won’t catch Steven Spielberg changing Jurassic Park any time soon. Speaking at a recent LA Times event, Spielberg said he learned his lesson on E.T. “I tried this once and lived to regret it,” Spielberg said. “Not because of fan outrage, but because I was disappointed in myself.”[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE JURASSIC EWOK, OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Spielberg speaks out against post-release alterations

His pal George Lucas might still be tinkering away at Star Wars (sorry to bring that up, we just heard millions of Star Wars fans cry out ‘Nooooooo!’) but you won’t catch Steven Spielberg changing Jurassic Park any time soon.
 
Speaking at a recent LA Times event, Spielberg said he learned his lesson on E.T.
 
“I tried this once and lived to regret it,” Spielberg said. “Not because of fan outrage, but because I was disappointed in myself.”

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE JURASSIC EWOK, OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]