WRECK-It Ralph was the surprise critical and commercial success of 2012 when it exploded onto the big screen. A sequel was inevitable but what's changed in the video game world. Here's all you need to know about Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 including its release date, cast, and plot... What is Wreck-It Ralph 2's UK release date? Wreck-It Ralph 2 or Ralph Breaks the Internet is scheduled to be released in the UK on November 23, 2018. The 2012 film was a commercial and critical success, grossing $471m worldwide and received Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Animated Feature. Original director Rich Moore will be joined in helming the sequel by Zootopia screenwriter Phil Johnston. The sequel has already garnered it's fair share of controversy after fans accused Disney of making Princess Tiana's skin lighter forcing artists to redraw their first black princess. What's the new movie about? Ralph Breaks the Internet is set after the events of the first film, in … [Read more...] about What is Wreck-It Ralph 2’s UK release date, what’s the new movie about and is there a trailer for it?
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From "The Amityville Horror" to "The Conjuring," here are the best horror movies available to stream. AMAZON: "It Comes at Night" (2017) "It Comes at Night" (2017, rated R, 91 minutes): One family hunkers down in a cabin to avoid succumbing to a mysterious airborne illness, but when another family encroaches on their property, the family will have to rely on each other to survive. HBO: "Constantine" (2005) "Constantine" (2005, rated R, 121 minutes): Keanu Reeves and Rachel Weisz star in Warner Bros. Pictures' supernatural horror film, "Constantine," about a chain-smoking cynic with the ability to perceive half-angels and half-demons on Earth. HBO: "Get Out" (2017) "Get Out" (2013, rated R, 104 minutes): Jordan Peele's speculative thriller follows a young African-American man who agrees to visit his white girlfriend's family estate, only to become ensnared in the much more sinister reason for the invitation. HBO: "Split" (2016) "Split" (2016, rated PG-13, 117 … [Read more...] about Scariest horror movies on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and more
ENTERTAINMENT 06/16/2018 09:38 am ET A beloved show debuts its second season. For the weekend of June 16, Streamline recommends “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” in the top Netflix spot for the third time. The show also hasn’t been knocked out of the top spot on the weekly Streamline ranking of all television. I’m trying to make it clear I loved this latest season (or half-season) and you should check it out if you haven’t yet. What’s New This Week Netflix debuts a new season of “The Ranch,” but it’s a hard pass. These are the episodes where the show writes off Danny Masterson’s character. Netflix fired Masterson amid multiple rape accusations in 2017. There’s so much great television to watch these days, you do not need this show in your life. So instead, I’d encourage you to watch the new season of “Queer Eye.” The first season debuted just a few months ago and pretty … [Read more...] about Ranking The Best New Shows On Netflix You Can Stream Right Now
[Spoilers for the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist] The long-running saga of Fullmetal Alchemist, told in manga and anime, is one of the best-known properties of its kind, with ardent fans who have loved it for whole decades. It was always going to be difficult to condense such a vast and complicated world into two hours, not to mention the nearly 100% failure rate of anime-to-live movie adaptations. Can this movie please the faithful and newcomers alike? Fullmetal Alchemist frequently tops polls as the most popular anime(s) of all time, so it’s fair to say director Fumihiko Sori had quite the project to undertake in bringing it to the big screen. I watched the movie last night and enjoyed it—but I’m very far from a Fullmetal Alchemist purist (more of a dabbler), and the mix of opinion where the movie’s concerned is already stark. There are only 5 critic reviews at current on Rotten Tomatoes, and they aren’t promising on their own. The … [Read more...] about So, About That Live-Action Fullmetal Alchemist Movie on Netflix
Netflix has released the first trailer and poster for the highly-anticipated Benji movie, which is getting ready to debut on the streaming service March 16. This movie comes from producer Jason Blum and his team of horror masters over at Blumhouse, with the company carving out a new niche for itself by taking on this family film. Production began on Benji way back in October 2016, but now the adventure is finally ready to see the light of day, ending this project's long journey to the screen. A modern day retelling of the classic, the story of Benji follows one orphaned puppy and Carter and Frankie, two capricious New Orleans school kids who strike up a friendship with the tenacious street dog. When danger befalls them and they end up kidnapped by robbers who are in over their heads, Benji and his scruffy sidekick come to the rescue. Blumhouse picked up the project back in May 2016, just a few months before production started, but this project had been in the works for several years … [Read more...] about Benji Trailer Finds the Iconic Mutt a New Home on Netflix