When Thomas wakes up trapped in a massive maze with a group of other boys, he has no memory of the outside world other than strange dreams about a mysterious organization known as W.C.K.D. Only by piecing together fragments of his past with clues he discovers in the maze can Thomas hope to uncover his true purpose and a way to escape.

Based upon the best-selling novel by James Dashner. Dylan O’Brien, Will Poulter, Amel Ameen, Kay Scodelario

Action, Adventure, Mystery 1 hour 54 minutes


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Action Movie Mistakes GladiatorVery few people’s lives are peppered with exhilarating car chases, high-octane explosions, and bad-ass heroes saving the day — which is why we go to the movies.

Putting life on hold for a couple hours and going on an exciting, over-the-top journey is worth the price of a ticket — even if the movie includes a few gaffes and continuity errors.

In case you missed the blunders in your favorite action flicks, like “True Lies” or “Saving Private Ryan,” here’s a gallery to get you up to speed. As always, all photos are courtesy of MovieMistakes.com.

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Tinker Bell: The Legend of Neverbeast - Trailer No. 1

Earlier this year, Walt Disney Home Entertainment and the talented folks at DisneyToon Studios unleashed “The Pirate Fairy,” a terrific direct-to-video tale that featured Tom Hiddleston as the voice of a young Captain Hook (and Christina Hendricks as Zarina, the titular fairy). It was cute and fun and magical and cemented the “Tinker Bell” spin-off movies as not just mild curiosities, but essential entertainments for children and grown fans of Disney animation. So it’s with some pride that we’re able to introduce the new character from the next “Tinker Bell” installment, “Legend of the NeverBeast.”

Everyone meet Gruff, the NeverBeast, via these exclusive images and a brand-new clip!

In the clip (above), Fawn (Angela Bartys) introduces the rest of the fairies, including Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) and Zarina (this time voiced by Kristen Centsworth), to the NeverBeast, a scary-ish monster that looks like it could fit right at home alongside Spike Jonze‘s “Where the Wild Things Are” characters or any number of Jim Henson-originated monsters. The other fairies aren’t really comfortable with the NeverBeast, but soon understand that he’s just another magical creature (sort of like them). He’s fearsome but cute.

tinker bell legend of the neverbeast revealAnd if you look at the photos (above and below) — that will probably be your assessment too. While he might look a little odd (don’t we all?), he seems to have a heart of gold, and should fit in well with the other fairies. Also, Anjelica Huston voices one of the new characters. How cool is that?

“Tinker Bell: Legend of the NeverBeast” will be released Spring 2015.

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Late last year, riding high on the success of female-centric flick “Frozen,” Disney announced that another young girl would be at the heart of its next animated feature, “Moana.” Now, the Mouse House has revealed a first look at concept art for the upcoming film, and announced a new, closer release date.

The photo (click here for a larger version), released on Walt Disney Animation Studios’s Facebook page, depicts the young titular heroine setting sail on a makeshift boat, her long locks flying free in the breeze. She seems to be headed toward a large, mountainous island, with someone else by her side.

According to a plot synopsis that surfaced last year, Moana is “a sea-voyaging enthusiast, and the only daughter of a chief in a long line of navigators. When her family needs her help, she sets off on an epic journey. The film will also include demigods and spirits taken from real mythology.” Disney’s Facebook announcement also stated that the movie would be a “comedy-adventure.”

Reliable Disney hitmakers Ron Clements and John Musker (the duo behind classics “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin,” and recent outing “The Princess and the Frog“) are directing the flick, which will be CG-animated. It’s also set to feature some songs.

Originally slated to hit theaters sometime in 2018, “Moana” has now been moved up to a late 2016 release. We can’t wait.

[via: Facebook, h/t First Showing]

Photo credit: Walt Disney Animation Studios

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Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Age of UltronMarvel is upping its visual effects game with forthcoming “Avengers” sequel “Age of Ultron,” as one of the studio’s effects executives has revealed that the flick will have the most visual effects shots of any Marvel movie.

Victoria Alonso, the executive vice president of visual effects and postproduction for Marvel Studios, told a crowd at the VES Summit this weekend that the studio is constantly one-upping itself in terms of the scope of its projects, and that includes “Ultron.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alonso, who is executive producing the flick, “anticipates topping 3,000 VFX shots for the ‘Avengers’ sequel, which would make it Marvel’s largest VFX shot count to date. She previously exec produced ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier,’ which maxed out at 2,500, and ‘Guardians on the Galaxy,’ which reached 2,750.”

That’s a whole lot of CGI, though Alonso told THR that Marvel planned to work with “seven to 12 VFX vendors in five to seven different countries” to ensure a diverse array of effects.

Alonso’s comments confirm previous reports that the motion-capture work with Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk, specifically, will be amped up for the “Avengers” follow-up. And with multiple cast members chiming in that “Ultron” will be bigger and badder than its predecessor, we can only imagine that other actors are getting even more invested in the green screen game, too.

We’ll get to see the fruits of Marvel’s visual effects labors when “Avengers: Age of Ultron” opens on May 1, 2015.

[via: The Hollywood Reporter, h/t Cinema Blend]

Photo credit: Disney

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weekend box office brad pitt furyLOS ANGELES (AP) – The bloody World War II drama “Fury” blew past “Gone Girl” at theaters this weekend.

“Gone Girl” was tops at the box office for two weeks before Brad Pitt and his rag-tag group of tank mates in “Fury” blasted the film to second place.

According to studio estimates Sunday, Sony’s “Fury” captured $23.5 million in ticket sales during its opening weekend. Fox’s “Gone Girl” followed with $17.8 million.

Two other new movies landed in the top five: The animated Fox feature “The Book of Life” opened in third place with $17 million; and Relativity’s Nicholas Sparks romance “The Best of Me” debuted in fifth place with $10.2 million.

Disney’s “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” placed fourth, dropping one spot since opening last weekend.

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When drug dealer Kenan Khoury’s wife is kidnapped and he tries to negotiate the price of the ransom, she’s murdered.  He hires his friend, ex-NYPD cop and current private investigator Matt Scudder (Liam Neeson), along with two computer genius is, a streetwise punk and drug lords to find out who killed his wife. Based on the novel by Lawrence Block. Thriller,

Drama, Action 1 Hour 54 minutes


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