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Raving Rabbids feature-length film: Ubisoft and Sony Pictures set to helm

Raving Rabbids feature-length film: Ubisoft and Sony Pictures set to helm

It would appear that the little creatures known as Rabbids - sourced from the Rayman video game series and readied for the public as their own series by Ubisoft - have secured themselves a full-length feature film deal with Sony Pictures. This film has Jean-Julien Baronnet, Executive Director, Ubisoft Motion Pictures, and Hannah Minghella, president of Production for Columbia Pictures, speaking up on the deal, letting it be known that Columbia will be working on the picture as well. This release comes after the collaborative effort between Ubisoft Motion Pictures, France Television, and Nickelodeon called "Rabbids Invasion", a television show out right this minute.

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Disney Google Play exclusive Mickey take takes on “Vinylmation”

Disney Google Play exclusive Mickey take takes on “Vinylmation”

There's a kind of stop-motion animation* called "vinylmation" right this minute, if you did not know, using vinyl toys as the models and just as simple a stop-motion technique as you like. While we've seen everything from Ninja Turtle Legos to Star Wars figures snapped in this bit of creational sway, today Disney lets loose a trailer for a short called "Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story" featuring a couple of rather plain-looking mice.

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Michael Bay’s TMNT toys: Ninja Turtles get grungy

Michael Bay’s TMNT toys: Ninja Turtles get grungy

It would seem that the poster we saw back on the 30th - and subsequently were asked by Paramount to take down - may have been sitting right next to some brand new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys as well. What we're seeing today is a single image which depicts three of the Michael Bay film-headed mutants in all their tiny glory. Here we've got Raphael looking rather bulky, Donatello looking a bit more lean than in previous iterations, and Michelangelo keeping with the "coolest member of the team" theme through a retro grunge style.

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“X-Men: Days of Future Past” makes international TV debut in Japan

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” makes international TV debut in Japan

X-Men: Days of Future Past has made its international television spot debut in Japan, where a rather basic teaser trailer was aired with quick flashes of action shots and the main characters in various states of action. It is short and sweet, and while not lending itself towards expounding on the plot, it does give a look at this summer's upcoming movie at break-neck speed.

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George Lucas Star Wars VHS interviews get digital this week

George Lucas Star Wars VHS interviews get digital this week

Back in the year 1995, before Star Wars was released as a set of "Special Edition" movies, before the idea that a set of prequels would be created was made solid, the film series was released to VHS. On these tapes - on the 1995 edition of these tapes, that is - a long-running interview was included before each film began. The first of these interviews was published digitally - officially - for the first time today.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel clip 2 hits Apple Trailers with Bill Murray in tow

The Grand Budapest Hotel clip 2 hits Apple Trailers with Bill Murray in tow

A new Wes Anderson film is coming to theaters soon, one called The Grand Budapest Hotel. This film will be starring more fine actors than you can shake a stick at, as evidenced by the first trailer for the film, followed recently by the first full-length clip. Today "clip 2" appears only through the Apple Trailers portal, a place where you'll need some of the company's own Quicktime software to view it.

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Transformers: Age of Extinction trailer stars Dinobot Grimlock

Transformers: Age of Extinction trailer stars Dinobot Grimlock

Optimus Prime riding on the back of Grimlock. One sentence that wraps up the first trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction, fourth movie in the franchise and first to feature 80s-favorites the Dinobots. Directed by Michael Bay, and due to hit movie theaters on June 27, 2014, the film will also feature an entirely-new cast, with Shia LaBeouf replaced by Mark Wahlberg.

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Back to the Future: The Musical: skateboards and all

Back to the Future: The Musical: skateboards and all

While we're still crossing our fingers for the release of the real-deal Hoverboard by the time 2015 rolls around, for now we'll have what's second best: a musical based on the Back to the Future film series. Here we're going to see a stage musical version of the first Back to the Future with Director Robert Zemeckis, book by Bob Gale and Jamie Lloyd (and Zemeckis), and a bunch of new music as well.

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Michael Myers hits COD: Ghosts Onslaught with a sign from the future

Michael Myers hits COD: Ghosts Onslaught with a sign from the future

If the devil is in the details, then Infinity Ward has summoned more than their fair share of demons in the creation of the Fog map for the first DLC for the game Call of Duty: Ghosts. This expansion goes by the name Onslaught, and in the gameplay map called "Fog", players are invited to dip into an environment that's the video game embodiment the 2012 film The Cabin in the Woods. Not that it looks the same - it quite different visually - but the same idea is there: here we've got every woods-based horror movie all bound into one.

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