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Tom Cruise is Talking About ‘Edge of Tomorrow 2’ and All is Right With the World
Tom Cruise is Talking About ‘Edge of Tomorrow 2’ and All is Right With the World
Edge of Tomorrow — the best summer blockbuster of 2014 — may have underwhelmed at the domestic box office, but it’s difficult to find anyone who actually watched it who didn’t have a great time with it. So when Tom Cruise starts teasing a potential sequel that will reunite him and Emily Blunt for another round of time-traveling, alien-shooting, heavy-armor-wearing, yoga-posing awesomeness, our ears perk up. Yes please, we would like an Edge of Tomorrow 2.
‘Into the Woods’ Review: Not Your Typical Disney Fairy Tale, For Better Or Worse
‘Into the Woods’ Review: Not Your Typical Disney Fairy Tale, For Better Or Worse
In the fall of 2013, APCO Worldside surveyed 70,000 people about the world’s biggest brands. They measured their responses in eight different ways—“understanding, approachability, relevance, admiration, curiosity, identification, empowerment, and pride.” The number one most loved company out of 600 choices: Disney.
‘Into the Woods’ Trailer: The Cast Actually Gets Around to Singing This Time
‘Into the Woods’ Trailer: The Cast Actually Gets Around to Singing This Time
The first 'Into the Woods' trailer was strangely lacking in singing, which was an odd way to sell a movie based on one of the most beloved of all modern musicals. Thankfully, Disney has course corrected with trailer number two, which actually lets us see and hear the ensemble cast performing Stephen Sondhiem's iconic songs. It's an improvement by default.
‘Into the Woods’ Trailer: The Beloved Musical Gets a Non-Musical Sneak Peek
‘Into the Woods’ Trailer: The Beloved Musical Gets a Non-Musical Sneak Peek
'Into the Woods' isn't just Disney's big Christmas Day release this year and it isn't just one of the more impressive ensembles assembled for a fantasy film. It's the long-awaited big-screen version of Stephen Sondheim's beloved musical of the same name ... which makes it all the more baffling that the first 'Into the Woods' trailer does everything in its power to hide the fact that this movie is a musical. There is not a single sung word in all 107 seconds.