The notion of sequel after sequel isn’t always a bad thing depending on the property its showcasing but that being said, I don’t always like the idea of a prequel that shows me where things all began. However, when I learned that the classic cartoon hound Scooby-Doo was getting a film about his beginnings, I felt that there could be some charm in it. Take a look at the recently released teaser trailer. I’ve included the premise, voice casting and what I feel are some awesome Amazon.com links down at the bottom.
The Synopsis: Since childhood, Shaggy Rogers, Fred Jones, Velma Dinkley, and Daphne Blake have been solving mysteries across the globe with Shaggy’s pet dog, Scooby-Doo, but their greatest mystery together comes in a turn of events when the Blue Falcon recruits Shaggy and Scooby to thwart Dick Dastardly from causing a global “dogpocalypse”. Continue reading Warner Brothers Pictures: “Scoob!” Official Teaser Trailer→
If you didn’t see the Official Trailer for “Aladdin” yet you’re going to want to click HERE to be up to speed or risk going into the film blind because the latest Disney live-action version of one of their classic animations opens up today in theaters everywhere. I’ll remind you of the premise and casting following the poster.
Back in February, the world got a fair to midland glimpse of the upcoming “Aladdin” film with this “SPECIAL LOOK” clip (seen by clicking the text). Today, with a little over two months to go before the release of the film, those fine folks at Disney have released the first Official Trailer for the film. Let’s take look down below. Afterwards you can peruse the premise, casting and see the colorful Theatrical Poster which is already at hand to enjoy.
Yesterday the world got another quick glance at Disney’s upcoming live-action feature with this Special Look at “Aladdin” so here you go my friends. Man it feels like forever ago that we posted the teaser trailer but it really wasn’t. Enjoy, its quick I promise.
I guess I should have expected another live-action rendition of a Walt Disney Animated feature now that “The Jungle Book” had opened and closed in theaters (it came out in 2016 for those who weren’t paying attention). Though I didn’t see it myself, it sure looked good from the trailers and its on my list of eventual “must see” films. Now it’s Aladdin’s turn with a live-action reworking of the amazing film. Let’s look at the just revealed teaser trailer.