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Kung Fu Panda 3 Trailer: Justice will be Served

Kate Hudson, J.K. Simmons and Bryan Cranston join Jack Black’s Po in the Kung Fu Panda 3 trailer.

It’s seems like only yesterday that a rotund¬†Panda voiced by Jack Black stole our hearts in Kung Fu Panda. That was actually nearly 8 years ago! The sequel was nearly 5 years ago! Since then, it’s become one of the cornerstones of the Pixar canon. Needless to say, we’ve been waiting a while for the latest instalment. That wait has now come to an end (nearly) with the release of the Kung Fu Panda 3 trailer. But can the third chapter live up to the cherished memories ¬†we all have of the Pixar franchise? There’s only one way to find out. Check out the Kung Fu Panda 3 trailer, courtesy of Slashfilm.
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New “Steve Jobs” Poster…Lower Your Brightness

For the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, Michael Fassbender strikes a quizzical pose on what looks like the front of the box your iPhone 6 came in.

Back in the day, the idea of two biopic’s about Steve Jobs seemed ridiculous. Today, there are three films planned at three different studios about Robin Hood. Things change. Continue reading New “Steve Jobs” Poster…Lower Your Brightness

Fassbender Goes Full Turtleneck in “Steve Jobs” Teaser Trailer

Some have called it a biopic reboot, others have called it a rehashing of old ground. Some have even called it a super violent homage to Fellini. Those last people are definitely wrong. In any case, Steve Jobs, the second telling of the Apple co-founder has garnered some controversy and curiosity in its infancy, but now it’s ready to put on its big boy pants and stylish turtle neck and strut it’s need stuff. This week marks the first real look at the project with a doozy of a teaser trailer, as reported by Deadline.

Like any good legend, the film will take on a very different perspective from its predecessor, trading in some of the shock and savagery for fluidity – more of a story than a history of you like. Well you can decide for yourself, take a gander why don’t you?

A different kettle of iPod shuffles altogether I’m sure you’ll agree. It’s a treat to finally see how Michael Fassbender looks as the titular mastermind, almost like Ashton Kutcher‘s Jobs’ older, more discerning brother. The film also stars Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels and Kate Winslet, with Scott Rudin producing and Aaron Sorkin adapting the eponymous biography by Walter Isaacson.

How do you think Steve Jobs will match up to jOBS?