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Certain as the sun Rising in the east Tale as old as time Song as old as rhyme Beauty and the Beast Following the success of Cinderella and The Jungle Book, Disney will give their 1991 animated classic Beauty and the Beast the live-action treatment in 2017. The film is directed by Bill Condon (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Parts 1-2, Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh) and features the following cast: Emma Watson (Hermione in Harry Potter) as Belle Dan Stevens (Ian Katz in The Fifth Estate, Lancelot in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb) as the Beast Luke Evans (Dracula Untold, Bard in The Hobbit) as Gaston Kevin Kline (still banging Phoebe Cates after three decades) as Maurice Josh Gad (Olaf in Frozen, Chuck in The Angry Birds Movie) as LeFou Ewan McGregor (Mark Renton in Trainspotting 1-2, Lincoln Six Echo in The Island) as Lumiere Emma Thompson (Professor Sybil in Harry Potter, Agent O in Men in Black III) as Mrs. Potts Ian McKellen (Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings, Erik/Magneto in X-Men) as Cogsworth Stanley Tucci (Joshua Joyce in Transformers: Age of Extinction, Caesar in The Hunger Games) as Cadenza Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Famulus in Jupiter Ascending) as Babette Audra McDonald (Dr. Bennett in Private Practice and Grey's Anatomy) as the Wardrobe The film is set for release on May 17, 2017. Beauty and the Beast @ IMDb
So, who in here watched the film adaptation of the Suzanne Collins novel The Hunger Games? I just saw it earlier tonight. Yes, it has some plot issues, the shaky camerawork is severely nauseating, and the costume design is too weird by dystopian standards, but it's almost as watchable as Battle Royale. Almost. The Hunger Games Official Site The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Official Site
Mr. Peabody & Sherman is a 3D animated film based on characters from the 1960s cartoon series The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. In this film, the genius dog Mr. Peabody, along with his adopted son Sherman and a girl named Penny, must travel back in time and restore all the damage done by Sherman and Penny before the space-time continuum is destroyed. The film is directed by Rob Minkoff (The Lion King, Stuart Little 1-2) and features the voices of Ty Burrell (Phil in Modern Family, Jean-Pierre Napoleon in Muppets Most Wanted), Max Charles (young Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man), Ariel Winter (Carrie/Robin in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, young Trixie in Speed Racer), Stephen Colbert (The Colbert Report), Leslie Mann (Judd Apatow's wife), Allison Janney (C. J. Cregg in The West Wing, Peach in Finding Nemo), Mel Brooks (Blazing Saddles, Spaceballs), and Stanley Tucci (George in The Lovely Bones, Joshua in Transformers: Age of Extinction). The film premiered in the UK on February 7 and opens in U.S. theaters on March 7. Official Site Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 83% Metacritic Score: 57 out of 100
Another classic fairy tale hits the big screen this year. Directed by Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects, X-Men), Jack the Giant Slayer is the latest retelling of the fables Jack the Giant Killer and Jack and the Beanstalk, starring Nicholas Hoult (Hank McCoy/Beast in X-Men: First Class, Marcus in About a Boy), Eleanor Tomlinson (Fiona in Alice in Wonderland), Stanley Tucci (Dr. Erskine in Captain America: The First Avenger, Caesar in The Hunger Games), Ian McShane (Tai Lung in Kung Fu Panda, Blackbeard in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), John Kassir (Crypt Keeper in Tales from the Crypt, Adam in Dead Rising), and Ewan McGregor (not like anyone here doesn't know him...). The film premiers in Asia on February 27-28 and in the U.S. on March 1 in 3D and IMAX. Official Site And what's a big-budget blockbuster without a competing mockbuster from The Asylum? Jack the Giant Killer