Feature Film

Assassins Creed the movie
Assassin’s Creed Review: Justin Kurzel fails to cash in on the rich storyline and characters of Ubisoft’s franchise
12:00 pm PDT 30/12/2016 By Prerna Kothari

Being the last game based movie of the year, it had a lot riding on its shoulder. Coming from Ubisoft’s one of the most celebrated franchise, Assassin’s Creed movie decided to use the Spanish Inquisition storyline which showcases the video game’s narrative but has its own original plot line going on. And director Justin Kurzel manages to deliver if not a brilliant work but a movie which has in it to attract few fans who are new to the Creed’s … Read More

Pixar’s ‘Coco’ is set to take you on an enchanting musical journey
1:00 pm PDT 28/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

Pixar recently released the first trailer of their upcoming flick from the famed Cars franchise, Cars 3. While it was quite a surprise for the fans as the trailer of the third edition of Cars went dark, they still cannot wait for more information about the feature. However, Pixar has another news for its fans that might make their 2017 merrier. The company just dropped the first look of their upcoming 2017 feature titled ‘Coco’. In the recent years Pixar has … Read More

Captain Underpants novel
DreamWorks Animation reveals look of ‘Captain: Underpants’ and it seems promising
1:30 pm PDT 26/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

While Boss Baby has been gaining positive response for it’s adorably humorous storyline, DreamWorks Animation recently revealed the look of its yet another 2017 movie – Captain: Underpants. Just like Boss Baby, Captain: Underpants is yet another movie based on children’s novel of the same name by Dav Pilkey. The novel went on to win a Disney Adventures Kids’ Choice Award in 2006. While the series has 12 books and three spin-offs under its hood, it’s yet to be revealed … Read More

Saban's Power Rangers
Lionsgate release an action-packed ‘Power Rangers’ international trailer
4:00 pm PDT 24/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

The third film based on the Power Rangers property, has been creating quite a stir since its announcement as it’s the first Power Ranger movie in the 21st century. Being a reboot, the film features most of the main characters of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers portrayed by an all new cast. With its first teaser being released back in October, Lionsgate recently released a new international trailer. Unlike its teaser wherein each character was showcased, this trailer offers nothing new … Read More

Dangal Review: Achieves what the rest of the 2016 films couldn’t
11:30 am PDT 23/12/2016 By Prerna Kothari

While Sultan revolved around the life of a wrestling champion and M.S. Dhoni was a biographical sports film, Dangal is an amalgamation of both – a biographical sports drama film based on the life of the Mahavir Singh Phogat who taught his two daughters – Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari wrestling. What makes it standout from the rest two is the fact that being a biopic, it not just manages to showcase the real life story but also has the entertainment … Read More

Blade Runner 2049
‘Blade Runner 2049′: Harrison Ford is back as Rick Deckard
1:00 pm PDT 20/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

Hailed as one of the best sci-fi movies of all time, Scott Ridley’s Blade Runner is all set to get a sequel, finally. The original 1982 movie was based on a novel by Philip K. Dick titled ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’. It featured Rick Deckard, a ‘blade runner’ who must destroy the crooked replicates, who are basically android disguised as humans. Titled Blade Runner 2049, the sequel was announced more than 10 months ago and now Warner Bros. has … Read More

Rogue One lgo
‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ shines at the box office with a smashing $290.5 million opening weekend worldwide
4:00 pm PDT 19/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

As we said in our review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, ‘The Force is strong and it’s here to stay’, the movie’s box office performance over the opening weekend has left very little scepticism as it smashed records. It was still quite a bit far from the achievements of its immediate predecessor, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story bagged in $155 million in revenues over its opening weekend in the USA, making it … Read More

Rogue one
Star Wars: Rogue One Review: The Force is strong and its here to stay
7:00 pm PDT 16/12/2016 By Prerna Kothari

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…. Whether you are a fan or a first time watcher, we have all heard this line which makes one bound enter the sci-fi realm. Being a first time Star Wars movie watcher, I was a bit sceptical if I would be able to follow the plot line. Though Star Wars: Rogue One chronologically set between Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005) and Star Wars: A New Hope (1977); Rogue … Read More

Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ trailer takes you into the heart of World War II
3:00 pm PDT 15/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

After his share of movies based on comic series and sci-fi genres, Christopher Nolan is taking a shift from his recent regulars. ‘Dunkirk’ is the newest project for the ‘Inception’ director and the first trailer has been released. In the backdrop of World War II, the film will tell the story of Operation Dynamo, where around 300,000 allied soldiers from France, Belgium, Canada and Britain were rescued from the French port of Dunkirk as the Axis forces of Germany invaded … Read More

Gotham City Sirens
David Ayer to helm the all female DC villians movie Gotham City Sirens
2:00 pm PDT 14/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

Even before the release of Suicide Squad, there were already talks of an all female villain female line-up movie thanks to the close accomplice and lover to Joker, Harley Quinn played by Margot Robbie. Now, it’s finally out that the rumoured DC film will be “Gotham City Sirens”. Reported by THR, David Ayer who directed Warner Bros.’ badass antihero ensemble comic book movie Suicide Squad, will be helming Gotham City Sirens. As rumoured earlier, it will host the top female villains … Read More

Transformers The Last Knight
‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ trailer: “Two species at war, one flesh, one metal”
6:00 pm PDT 06/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

“It has been said through the ages, without sacrifice, there can be no victory.” And so begins the first trailer of Transformers: The Last Knight. Interspersed with scenes from earlier ages with cavalries laced with spears and shield charging each other to modern armies facing off with guns, the trailer finally comes to what seems like a post-apocalyptic age on earth, with broken buildings and fires raging throughout. This would be the direct sequel to to Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014). The … Read More

Baby Groot
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2′ teaser-trailer shows off all the guardians and an adorable Baby Groot
6:00 pm PDT 05/12/2016 By AnimationXpress Team

It came as quite a surprise to the fans when director James Gunn tweeted out a new teaser trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. The new trailer has brought back together all the five original leads (guardians) Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Rocket Racoon (voiced by Bradley Cooper), Starlord (Chris Pratt), Drax (Dave Bautista) and Baby Groot. The two minutes trailer shows off quite a few fight scenes as the characters explore the far reaches of the universe. All of … Read More