Sony has finally released the first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which see Spider-Man fight his greatest battle. The three villains seem to be Electro, Green Goblin and Rhino. Jamie Foxx is Electro, Dan DeHann is Harry Osbourne and Paul Giamatti is the Rhino. Emma Stone, Sally Field and Martin Sheen reprise their roles..
Here is the trailer:
The much awaited Series 3 of Sherlock will air on the 1st of January, two years since Series 2. BBC has released some pictures for the series.. Here they are, and feast you eyes on the beauty that is Benedict Cumberbatch..
BBC has released two versions of the poster for The Time of the Doctor. They’ve already hinted at few returning monsters. Here they are:
Here are some pictures from the upcoming episode that will air on December 25th.
Olaf: Some people are worth melting for.
Peter Del Vecho
Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee & Shane Morris
Kristen Bell as Anna
Idina Menzel as Elsa
Jonathan Groff as Kristoff
Santino Fontana as Hans
Josh Gad as Olaf
Alan Tudyk as the Duke of Weselton
Ciarán Hinds as Pabbie the Troll King
Chris Williams as Oaken
Maia Wilson as Bulda, a troll
Jack Whitehall as a Trol
Maurice LaMarche as Anna and Elsa’s father
Frozen is Disney’s latest animated movie and is loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen‘s fairy tale The Snow Queen. It opens to a prologue introducing us to Elsa, Anna and Elsa’s powers. We see how she hurts her sister and then lives in seclusion until Coronation Day, where everything goes wrong.
The movie is brilliant. I’m a sucker for musicals and the movie being animated was the icing on the cake. This movie will become an instant classic; a movie that people will return to because they enjoyed it so much, a movie that people will watch again and again, a movie that will be added to people’s ‘Sick Movie List’. After a couple of okay-ish movies and a few hits and misses, Disney is finally back in the game and proves to be the competition it once was for Pixar, which is currently dominating.
In Frozen, all the magical elements are front and centre. The characters are loveable and such that you’d remember them after the movie gets over. The songs written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez are just magical. One would want to sing along and get up and dance.
The animation was obviously amazing and the voice cast was phenomenal too. This may be another disney princess movie, but it doesn’t depend on her getting true love’s kiss, which in my opinion was outdated 10 years ago. This movie has everything that made disney movies great many years ago with addition of a twist. It was nice to see that Kristoff doesn’t always come to the rescue and he needs Anna’s help in succeeding sometimes.
Frozen brings ‘Disney Magic’ back to the screens, and for a fan like me, thats beautiful. Frozen is probably the best animated musical to come out of the Disney studios since the untimely death of Howard Ashman. Frozen is a movie to melt your heart.
And make sure to watch the new Mickey Mouse cartoon entitled “Get a Horse.” And do make sure it is in 3D, it really is funny and brilliant.
Side Note: I’d like to see them make a Broadway musical out of this!
We all know that Matt Smith is to regenerate in the Christmas Special of Doctor Who called The Time of the Doctor. It is to air at 7:30 on Christmas Day and will run for an hour. So be prepared for another teary farewell. The Time of the Doctor will also introduce the next person to take up the mantle of The Doctor, Peter Capaldi.
Finally! After months and years of waiting we get a definitive air date for the much awaited Series 3 of BBC’s Sherlock. BBC asked all London based fans to watch out for something in the rush hour traffic (picture attached below). Well played BBC, well played! So, on New Years Day 2014, January 1st, we will see The Empty Hearse air on our TV Screens.
The 10th Doctor: All those years, burying you in my memory.
The 11th Doctor: Pretending you didn’t exist. Keeping you a secret, even from myself.
The 10th Doctor: Pretending you weren’t The Doctor, when you were The Doctor more than anyone else.
The 11th Doctor: You were The Doctor on the day it wasn’t possible to get it right.
The 10th Doctor: But this time…
The 11th Doctor: You don’t have to do it alone..
Billie Piper as the Moment Interface, a Gallifreyan super weapon.
Tristan Beint as Tom.
Ingrid Oliver as Osgood.
Peter de Jersey as Androgar
Ken Bones as the General
Orlando James as Lord Bentham.
Jonjo O’Neill as McGilliop.
Tom Keller as Atkins.
Aidan Cook and Paul Kasey as the Zygons.
Nicholas Briggs as the voice of the Daleks and the Zygons.
Barnaby Edwards and Nicholas Pegg as Daleks.
John Guilor as the Voice Over Artist.
Tom Baker as the Curator
Five decades of travelling in Space and Time, the Doctor has never found himself in a dilemma such as this. And this adventure brings together the Eleventh, Tenth and the mystery War Doctor. They have to save the earth from the Zygons who are, as usual, up to no good. But in parallel, The War Doctor was sent to this time for a reason. He, as we know, is the one fighting the Time War.
The special, in my opinion, was perfect. From start to finish, from every dialogue to every scene, from ever wave of the sonic screwdriver to the vworp-vworp and whooshing of the TARDISes, the episode was perfect. There were tiny little references and nods dropped here and there to classic who. And, for once, Steven Moffat gave us a happy ending to the special.
The 50th Anniversary is a special occasion and thankfully, the special lived up to the hype. I must admit, the days leading up to the 23rd, I was scared, I was nervous for the special. I really didn’t want to sit in front of my TV screen and wonder what the hell was happening. And I’m glad, ecstatic even, that it was perfect.
The episode was fun, fast paced, funny and filled with little twists and turns and a few HUGE surprises like all the THIRTEEN Doctors helping out and a special appearance from Tom Baker as the mysterious Curator who tells Matt that Gallifrey is still out there somewhere and delivers an enigmatic
The writing is spot on, the delivery of the lines is wonderful. I really liked John Hurt’s doctor.. He’s like a cranky but fun grandfather, reminds me of a nicer and funner version of Hartnell.. The Day of the Doctor is probably the best and most perfect episode of Who ever made. Especially the last 15 minutes when the tears just don’t stop..
The last moment, the final moment where he is talking about his dream and all of them are there looking at Gallifrey, in my opinion, that is perhaps the most beautiful scene in Doctor Who. Again, this may be just my inner Whovian but this was perfect for me..
The War Doctor: Great men are forged in fire. It is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame. Whatever the cost.
William Hartnell: One day, I shall come back. Yes, I shall come back. Until then, there must be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties. Just go forward in all your beliefs and prove to me that I am not mistaken in mine. Goodbye, Susan. Goodbye, my dear.
Claudia Grant as Carole Ann Ford
Anna-Lisa Drew as Maureen O’Brien
Sophie Holt as Jackie Lane,
Lesley Manville as Heather Hartnell
Cara Jenkins as Judith “Jessica” Carney
William Russell as Harry
Carole Ann Ford as Joyce
Matt Smith as himself
The TV-Movie starts in a retro style where we are told that History cannot be re-written, not one line reiterating The Doctors lines. It opens to David Bradley as William Hartnell in 1966 on his way to the shoot for The Tenth Planet, his final episode as The Doctor. From then we go to 1963, where Verity Lambert and Sydney Newman create the greatest show in television history, Doctor Who.
This movie is a tribute to the people because of whom this TV show wouldn’t have ever reached its milestone, 50 years! If you have seen the whole run (most of it at least) of William Harntnell as The First Doctor, you’d immediately notice every scene that is being shot from the show, the costumes, the dialogues. One cannot help but fangirl like crazy at these.
Mark Gatiss has given to us a wonderful story and a tribute. The acting is phenomenal. Kudos to the casting team in finding people who look eerily similar to the original cast. I mean look at David Bradley, he portrays William Hartnell perfectly, and his every action mirrors that of Hartnell on the show. And Jemma Powell looks way too much like Jacqueline Hil. It’s quite scary in fact; the similarities are outstanding.
The dialogues are wonderful too. Mark Gatiss has sneaked in some quotes from future Doctors and their companions into the dialogue. There are many heartwarming scenes and then there are scene which’ll make you cry. Especially the last few moments. You can’t help but feel sad for Mr. Hartnell. He was truly a gem. David Bradley’s delivery of The Doctor’s speech to Susan in in The Dalek Invasion of Earth was astounding.
This just might be the Whovian inside me talking, maybe I’m biased and refuse to see the faults in the show, but I think this is near perfection.. Also, I’d like to mention that Jessica Lane looks amazing in the old-timey clothes!
Orphan Black’s first season was very well received with all its twisty turny sci-fi plot and Tatiana Maslany’s marvelous performance. The trailer has audio clips from the first season, as Sarah walks along the streets..
It airs on April 19, 2014. Here’s the trailer:
Written by Mark Gatiss, An Adventure in Space and Time, is a beautiful tribute to Doctor Who. It airs on Thursday the 21st of November, 9pm, on BBC Two..
Here’s the trailer: