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Thursday, October 23, 2014

“AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON” Unveils Teaser Trailer

The first trailer for Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" has landed and we've got your first official look right here at :
True Believers! Feast your eyes on the chaos and make sure to check out the film in Philippine theaters in April 2015.

It's up to Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), and the rest of Earth's Mightiest Heroes to save the planet from Ultron (James Spader), and you can check out the trailer to see the gang back in action, along with a few new faces and the official teaser poster just below.

Marvel Studios presents “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. As the villainous Ultron emerges, it is up to The Avengers to stop him from enacting his terrible plans, and soon uneasy alliances and unexpected action pave the way for an epic and unique global adventure.

Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” stars Robert Downey Jr., who returns as Iron Man, along with Chris Evans as Captain America, Chris Hemsworth as Thor and Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk.  Together with Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, and with the additional support of Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Cobie Smulders as Agent Maria Hill, the team must reassemble to defeat James Spader as Ultron, a terrifying technological villain hell-bent on human extinction. Along the way, they confront two mysterious and powerful newcomers, Wanda Maximoff, played by Elizabeth Olsen, and Pietro Maximoff, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and meet an old friend in a new form when Paul Bettany becomes Vision.

Written and directed by Joss Whedon and produced by Kevin Feige, Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is based on the ever-popular Marvel comic book series “The Avengers,” first published in 1963. Get set for an action-packed thrill ride when The Avengers return in Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” in April 2015.

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India Eisley: From vampire Eve in Underworld Awakening to Assassin Sawa in ground-breaking Japanese Anime in Kite.

20-year-old American actress India Eisley is best known for her role as Ashley Jurgen in ABC’s family drama series – The Secret Life of the American Teenager and for her vampire role of Eve in Underworld: Awakening.

Based on the ground-breaking Japanese Anime. India shows us more of her versatility starring as ‘emotionless killing machine’ Sawa.

India gives deets of what it was like working alongside critically acclaimed actor Samuel L Jackson for Kite as well as highlights of her career in 2014.

When did you fall in love with the art of acting and how long have you been acting?
Well, I've always loved films.. And I became interested in acting professionally, when I was around 12 years old.. That's when I started auditioning really..

Your new movie "Kite" is based off the popular Anime/Manga. Can you tell us about how you got the role of Sawa and what made you interested in the role?

I got called in to audition for kite in 2010, and I didn't really know anything about it, other than what was written in the description which was just, young female assassin haha.. So I went in, didn't hear back for two years, then got a call from my manager saying they had offered me the role..

Can you tell us a little bit about you’re character Sawa?

Sawa, is a young girl, she's an orphan, her parents were killed when she was very young.. She believes they were killed by a man called the emir. Her "guardian" is a corrupt cop named aker, and he supplies her with a memory erasing drug called amp, which he makes sure she takes in order to complete these killing assignments that aker arranges for her. She believes that with every kill she is getting closer to killing the emir and therefore avenging her parents..

What was it like working with Samuel L. Jackson on set? 

He is a really lovely person. I can't say enough about him really. He's a very giving actor and really a comfort to have around because he brings all of his years of experience, that professionalism. I hope to work with him again at some point haha

 Kite has a lot of action scenes can you tell us a little bit about your preparation for the scenes. Did you train a little bit for the role?

I trained for 3 months with this wonderful stunt coordinator, who unfortunately didn't work on the film, Jeff Imada. Such a great person, he was amazingly patient with me haha. He had me doing martial arts and weapons training, knives and guns mainly, which I thoroughly enjoyed!

 What was you're most challenging scene to film as an actress on this film?

 Well, physically things were a bit difficult as, the locations were quite gritty and not the most "comfy" of places. Which looking back, I think that it shows that it was not a plushy set. Not in the least bit, but that worked I think.. It gave a very visually raw feeling.. So I would say that towards the end of filming, physically it was very difficult as I was quite ill at the time, a few of the night shoots were particularly tricky..

 How long did it take to film and where did you film?

Filming took about 2 1/2-3 months.. We filmed in Johannesburg

 Where can your fans follow you on social media?

 I'm a tad horrible with the whole social media thing to be honest but, I do have a twitter and Instagram. The twitter is @indiaeisley1029 and Instagram is india_joy93.. I rarely update or check them though, but I'm trying haha.

  ‘’KITE’’ released and distributed by CAPTIVE CINEMA.
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Be Very Ready. Get to Know the World's Greatest Spies in “PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR” (3D) in Latest Clip From Dreamworks Animation

Skipper, Rico, Kowalski and Private, the world’s most elite covert group proves that super spies aren’t born, but they’re hatched.  These elitists of the elite are joining forces with a chic undercover organization, The North Wind. Led by handsome and husky Agent Classified (voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch) , together, they must stop the villainous Dr. Octavius Brine (John Malkovich), from destroying the world as we know it.

  A DreamWorks Animation feature presentation, “Penguins of Madagascar” (3D) will open soon this November 26 nationwide from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.
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Cast of  “HORRIBLE BOSSES 2” Together in Main Poster

Good guys and villains huddle up for the main poster of New Line Cinema’s adult comedy “Horrible Bosses 2,” the follow-up to the 2011 hit comedy “Horrible Bosses.”

The new one-sheet art features Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis as everyone’s favorite working stiffs.  Posing with them are returning castmembers Jennifer Aniston and Jamie Foxx, and new “bad guys” Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz.

Fed up with answering to higher-ups, Nick (Bateman), Dale (Day) and Kurt (Sudeikis) decide to become their own bosses by launching their own business. But a slick investor soon pulls the rug out from under them.  Outplayed and desperate, and with no legal recourse, the three would-be entrepreneurs hatch a misguided plan to kidnap the investor’s adult son and ransom him to regain control of their company. 

Horrible Bosses 2” was directed by Sean Anders and produced by Brett Ratner, Jay Stern, Chris Bender, John

Opening across the Philippines on Nov. 26, 2014, “Horrible Bosses 2” is a New Line Cinema Presentation distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company. 
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‘’Nightcrawler’’: A Different Look At Gyllenhaal and L.A.

The pulsating shimmer of Los Angeles at night can seem either like a dreamscape fantasia or a topography of nightmares. In the new film “Nightcrawler” it is both, a land of opportunity and madness and left in some measure for the viewer to unravel.

The directing debut for Dan Gilroy, who also wrote the screenplay, the film enters the world of nighttimes crime-scene videographers as a jumping-off point to explore contemporary media culture, self-created personalities in the Internet age and the boundaries of personal ambition

As the film opens, Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal in a transformative performance) is adrift on the fringes of society, stealing scrap to sell at salvage yards. After seeing a freelance video news team swoop in during the aftermath of a freeway car crash, he sets a new goal for himself. The right person finding the right opportunity that fits his specific pathology just so, Bloom makes a quick study of his new profession, while encountering a more established competitor (Bill Paxton), an overnight-shift television news producer (Rene Russo) desperate to make a mark and a hapless tag-along assistant (Riz Ahmed). Bloom’s rise comes with no minor cost and a small body count.

The enigmatic character of Bloom, stubborn, self-taught, self-made and possibly sociopathic, and personified by Gyllenhaal’s full-throttle performance, makes “Nightcrawler” many things at once. It is a character study, a disturbing look at the impact of media and culture, a fascinating glimpse into the nocturnal life of Los Angeles and an unpredictable, pulse-quickening thriller.

I didn’t look at Lou as a deranged, damaged person,” said Gilroy. “I really wanted to look at a person who doesn’t have the programming and support from childhood and has limited tools to survive. To me the through-line of the character was somebody trying to survive in today’s world”.

And the problem, as much as it’s Lou, is the world that he sprang from and the world that rewards him. We adamantly tried to never make judgments on anything in the film. We never say [the problem is] Lou, we never say it’s TV news. We were trying to get something that felt real, that felt topical, that felt current, that had a relevance to people’s lives.”

Gilroy started with an interest in the crime photographer of the 1930s and ’40s known as Weegee and then began to learn of the contemporary world of news videographers who refer to themselves as “nightcrawlers.” Connecting these together was a long fascination with what he called the “kabuki theatre” of local L.A. news.

Gilroy is a longtime screenwriter who among other credits wrote on “The Bourne Legacy” along with his brother, director and writer Tony Gilroy, who is also a producer on “Nightcrawler.” The film was edited by Dan Gilroy’s twin brother, John. (Dan Gilroy is also married to Russo.)

In crafting a specific vision for Los Angeles, cinematographer Robert Elswit (an Oscar winner for “There Will Be Blood”) shot nighttime scenes with a digital camera and daytime scenes with a 35mm film camera. The production took place at more than 70 locations around L.A. on a 29-day shoot, including 22 night shoots in a row.

Gilroy noted that for him, Gyllenhaal’s gaunt look in the film reduces his face to angular planes that catch light in different ways, shifting between handsome and grotesque. Gyllenhaal evokes the hungry demeanour of a coyote — “Lou is a nocturnal predator who comes down from the hills at night to feed,” Gilroy said — and the film’s vision of Los Angeles is also meant to capture the city’s interface with nature that many films overlook.

The Los Angeles I usually see on film is the Los Angeles that’s man-made, downtown and freeway world,” said Gilroy. “I always responded to the wild, untamed aspect of Los Angeles. To me, it’s a place of mountains and oceans. It functions like a little island surrounded by wilderness.”

Production designer Kevin Kavanaugh spent many nights just driving around Los Angeles looking for places that captured the feel of the city after the sun goes down, specific nondescript strip malls, Lou’s apartment on a hilly street not far from Dodger Stadium or the glass box Chinese takeout place that resembles a fish tank and is a key location for the story. The more commonly filmed downtown area was largely avoided.

We wanted to get away from the metropolitan feel of L.A.,” said Kavanaugh, “to really get into the low-lying hills and more of the surrounding areas of Los Angeles. Dan and I had a lot of discussions on how to treat downtown, the Emerald City in the background. You can’t ignore it, it’s a beautiful skyline at night, so let’s treat it like a distant element, a kind of centre point that everything happens around it.”

  ‘’NIGHTCRAWLER’’ is released and distributed by CAPTIVE CINEMA.
Showing on November 12.
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Keanu Reeves' “JOHN WICK” Scores 100% in Rotten Tomatoes Indicating Fever-Pitch Anticipation

Keanu Reeves is back in full fighting form in the hugely-anticipated action thriller “John Wick” that has already reached fever-pitch high generating a 100% score in their Tomato Meter and with a 98% audience score.   

Bruce Lee fans and big screen action experts Chad Stahelski and David Leitch who started as stunt doubles and coordinators in worldwide action blockbuster films such as “The Matrix” movies, “Constantine” (Stahelski doubling for Keanu Reeves) and further choreographed unforgettable action stunts in  “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” “V for Vendetta,” “The Wolverine,” “300” and “Hunger Games,” Stahelski and Leitch debut as director/producer in Keanu Reeves’ bullet-filled and action-packed titular film “John Wick.”

John Wick” stars World Stunt Award-winner Keanu Reeves as a retired killer-for-hire forced back into action by a brutal Russian mobster and hunts them down with the ruthlessness that made him a crime underworld legend.  The movie is a stylish tale of revenge and redemption set in a brilliantly imagined New York City.

Derek Kolstad who penned “John Wick” describes Reeves’ character bearing a lot of contradictions and complications, a seemingly ordinary man who harbours extraordinary secrets.   Kolstad found his inspiration in some of his favorite film-noir classics. “When I was a kid, I watched a lot of movies,” he explains. “My favorites always had a revenge motif. And I love the antihero. So I wanted to explore what would happen if the worst man in existence found salvation. Would it be true to his core? When the source of his salvation is ripped from him, what happens? Do the gates of Hades open?”

And so began the extraordinary journey of John Wick, the only man to ever walk away from a shadowy world of elite professional killers and survive, only to be sucked back in by fate.  “John’s the kind of guy who walks into a room and has everything laid out in his mind like a chess game,” says Kolstad. “In the underworld, he’s a legend, and he’s been away long enough that the young up-and-comers have heard the name, but don’t necessarily believe all the stories.”  
Reeves’ impeccable action pedigree, which includes the groundbreaking “Matrix” trilogy, two chapters of the blockbuster “Speed” franchise and the daredevil adventure “Point Break,” has justifiably earned him iconic status in the action world. Reeves signed on to headline John Wick, working closely with the writer to refine the story. “Basil and Peter Lawson of Thunder Road brought the script to me with the idea that I would be a part of such a great collaboration,” the actor says. “We all agreed on the potential of the project. I love the role, but you want the whole story, the whole ensemble to come to life.”

Kolstad says there was no “star temperament” working with Reeves. “What I really like about Keanu is that he’s a normal, laidback guy,” he says. “He’s incredibly bright and such a hard worker. We spent as much time developing the other characters as we did his. He recognizes that the strength of the storyline lies in even the smallest details.” 

It had gun fights, knife work, car chases and lots of hand-to-hand combat,” says Stahelski. “Dave and I talked about the potential to make a great graphic-novel-influenced action movie set in an almost mythical world. We pitched Keanu, Basil and the guys at Thunder Road the idea of John Wick as an urban legend, a thriller assassin movie with a realistic vibe and an otherworldly setting.”  Reeves spent three months working with half a dozen 87Eleven (Leitch and Stahelski’s stunt company) to prepare to become the most dangerous assassin as John Wick, learning judo, Jiu jitsu, mastering firing and reloading an assortment of high-powered weapons.

Reeves was already confident the duo had the skill and creativity to stage John Wick’s groundbreaking action sequences better than anyone else. “Hearing Chad speak about the material and how he thought he could visually bring it to life was revelatory,” Reeves says. “He and Dave were interested in making each character unforgettable. They had given thought to the themes of the movie, the double life, the hyper-reality. They’ve been closely following the film since day one and trying to bring out all the emotion that is in this piece.”

As a filmmaking team, Stahelski and Leitch were the ideal choice for “John Wick,” according to Reeves. “Chad and Dave are experts in terms of this genre,” the actor notes. “The dialogue is hard-boiled but it’s also got the humor of graphic novels, the kind of amazingly original imagery and framing that we’ve come to associate with them. It’s a unique vision. I thought it was exciting and really cool to see all of these influences and experience and craft come together.”

  John Wick” explodes in theaters nationwide this October 30 (distributed by Pioneer Films).
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America's Box-Office Winner and Number 1 “FURY” Now Showing in (PHILIPPINES) Cinemas

The World War II action drama “Fury” that recently landed number one at the North American box-office at $23.5 million debut starring Academy Award Winner Brad Pitt is now showing nationwide in the Philippines.

Fury” puts together a winning cast along with Pitt, a squadron of fearless soldiers in a Sherman tank called Fury – Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena, Jason Isaacs, Jon Bernthal and Logan Lerman.  The movie brings these American soldiers to German territory during the last days and bastion of World War II.    

Rotten Tomatoes, worldwide online reference when it comes to movies reflects an 80% score among critics with an overall consensus that the movie is a well-acted, suitably raw depiction of the horrors of war that offers visceral battle scenes. 

The intensity of the screenplay that "Fury" director David Ayer wrote for Fury has become his hallmark, but the movie, like his screenplays for Training Day, The Fast and theFurious, and other films, also demonstrates a deep connection between the characters.  “David’s movies are visceral and real, but they’re also deeply about brotherly love and friendship in the most extreme circumstances,” says producer Bill Block.

Details of the tankers’ memories come alive in Fury– for example, that every fifth bullet from the machine gun is a tracer; that there are so many tracers that the heat can melt the barrel; that the difference between outgoing and incoming artillery is the incoming’s telltale whistle; that the outgunned Sherman tanks could find ways to use their exceptional mobility against the Germans’ mighty Tiger tanks.  It’s these details that make the film feel true-to-life.

Veteran accounts are hugely important, because they bring it to life,” says David Rae, one of the military technical advisors on the film.  “They give you the actual ground truth of how a crew fought through different theaters – through Normandy, North Africa, through the low countries, and finally to Germany, that final push.  They give you interesting stories that you can grab hold of and emotionally attach yourself to.”

There were five main tanks used for filming, all various models of the M4 Sherman tank: in the film, the tanks are nicknamed Fury, Matador, Lucy Sue, Old Phyllis, and Murder Inc. 

To populate the tank crews, Dowdall says, “We thought that the best thing would be to use trained tank crews – not collectors, but guys who’d been to Afghanistan and other combat situations recently.  They could not only command the tanks properly, but think on their feet if something went wrong with one of these seventy-year-old vehicles.”   For the Fury herself, there were three main vehicles used by the production.  First, naturally, was a real tank, supplied by the Bovington Tank Museum, a late-war Sherman with a 76mm gun. 

The tank – which was a rolling set that had to be dressed and maintained as a picture vehicle every day – also became a second home of sorts for the actors who portray its crew.  “When they had boot camp, they were taught to live outside;later, when Fury became available to them, we couldn’t really get them out of it,” says Tank Crew Supervisor Jim Dowdall.  “They put their own stamp on it.  They began to live and to eat inside it.  Between rehearsals, instead of getting off the tank, they just hunkered down inside and talked and lived like a tank crew would.  I think that shows in the movie – there’s a familiarity.”

Jon Bernthal – like all of the actors – became very attached to the Fury.  “They say it ain’t the size of the dog in a fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.  She’s a badass tank,” he says, describing the tank.  “She’s not the biggest, not the strongest – you should see the Tiger! – but she’s all heart.”

Adds Logan Lerman: “Seeing the tanks up and running, these seventy-year-old vehicles – it was a beautiful sight.” 

Over the course of the 24 fateful hours wherein the movie takes place, the actors' training will be tested as their roles as the five men of the Fury – Wardaddy (Pitt), the commander; Boyd Swan (LaBeouf), the gunner; Grady Travis (Bernthal), the loader; Trini Garcia (Pena), the driver; and Norman (Lerman), the assistant driver – take on 300 enemy German troops in a desperate battle for survival. 

"Fury" is now showing at a theater near you!
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“ANNIE” Original Soundtrack Out NOV 17

For generations, families everywhere have fallen in love with the musical score to “Annie,” and such iconic songs as “Tomorrow,” “It’s the Hard-Knock Life,” and “Maybe,” have provided the soundtrack to countless childhood memories.

Now, as a new vision for the classic show is set to hit Philippine theaters in January 2015 in Columbia Pictures’ Annie, Roc Nation Records/Overbrook Entertainment/Madison Gate Records/RCA Records announce the “Annie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” will be released on November 17th, 2014.  The soundtrack features newly recorded versions of the film’s signature songs plus new tunes performed by Sia, Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhané Wallis, Cameron Diaz, and more.

The first single from the soundtrack is the 2014 film version of “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile,” performed and co-written by Sia and produced by Greg Kurstin, who also serves as Executive Music Producer on the film.  The single is currently available at all digital music providers.

A sneak peek of the heartwarming music video for the song premiered Oct. 22 on Good Morning America and can now be viewed on Filmed with the energetic backdrop of New York City, the video was helmed by the acclaimed director Will Gluck, who is also the film’s director. 

Singer/songwriter Sia and producer/songwriter Greg Kurstin were charged with creating new arrangements for the classic songs, breathing new life into such iconic songs as “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here (2014 Film Version),” “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile (2014 Film Version),” and “Little Girls (2014 Film Version).” They have also written new songs for the soundtrack, including “Opportunity,” “Who Am I,” and “Moonquake Lake” featuring Beck; Sia also co-wrote “The City’s Yours” with Stargate.  Matt Sullivan served as the film’s Executive Music Supervisor.

Annie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” track listing:

01 Overture - Cast
02 Maybe - Quvenzhané Wallis, Zoe Margaret Colletti, Nicolette Pierini, Eden Duncan-Smith and Amanda Troya
03 It’s The Hard-Knock Life - Quvenzhané Wallis, Zoe Margaret Colletti, Nicolette Pierini, Eden Duncan-Smith and Amanda Troya
04 Tomorrow - Quvenzhané Wallis
05 I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here (2014 Film Version) - Quvenzhané Wallis, Rose Byrne and Stephanie Kurtzuba
06 You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile (2014 Film Version) - Sia                    
07 Moonquake Lake - Sia and Beck
08 Little Girls (2014 Film Version) - Cameron Diaz
09 The City’s Yours - Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis
10 Opportunity - Quvenzhané Wallis
11 Easy Street (2014 Film Version) – Cameron Diaz and Bobby Cannavale
12 Who Am I? - Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz and Quvenzhané Wallis
13 I Don’t Need Anything But You (2014 Film Version) - Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhané Wallis and Rose Byrne
14 Tomorrow (Reprise) - Cast
15 Opportunity (Sia Version) - Sia [Version does not appear in film]

A Broadway classic that has delighted audiences for generations comes to the big screen with a new, contemporary vision in Columbia Pictures’ comedy Annie. 

Director/Producer/Screenwriter Will Gluck teams with producers James Lassiter, Jada Pinkett Smith & Will Smith, Caleeb Pinkett, and Shawn “JAY Z” Carter, Laurence “Jay” Brown, and Tyran “Ty Ty” Smith with a modern telling that captures the magic of the classic characters and original show that won seven Tony Awards. Celia Costas and Alicia Emmrich serve as Executive Producers.  The screenplay is by Will Gluck and Aline Brosh McKenna, based on the musical stage play “Annie,” book by Thomas Meehan, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and on “Little Orphan Annie,” © and ® Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

Academy Award® nominee Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) stars as Annie, a young, happy foster kid who's also tough enough to make her way on the streets of New York in 2014. Originally left by her parents as a baby with the promise that they'd be back for her someday, it's been a hard knock life ever since with her mean foster mom Miss Hannigan (Cameron Diaz). But everything's about to change when the hard-nosed tycoon and New York mayoral candidate Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx) - advised by his brilliant VP, Grace (Rose Byrne) and his shrewd and scheming campaign advisor, Guy (Bobby Cannavale) - makes a thinly-veiled campaign move and takes her in. Stacks believes he's her guardian angel, but Annie's self-assured nature and bright, sun-will-come-out-tomorrow outlook on life just might mean it's the other way around.

  Opening soon across the Philippines on January 8, 2015, “Annie” is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.
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‘Paddington’ Posters and a First Look at Nicole Kidman’s Sinister Taxidermist

The posters has been released for Paddington, the charming movie which blends a CGI Paddington Bear with a live-action setting and a cast including Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi and Ben Whishaw (Q of Skyfall.)

Along with a lovely posters, we also have a first look at Nicole Kidman in Paddington as a sinister taxidermist who will seemingly be the one to set her sights on the sandwich loving bear in the movie.

  Paddington is set to be released in the Philippines on January 2015. 
Released and distributed by CAPTIVE CINEMA.
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Just released - Pitbull’s  brand new fun song “Celebrate” that will be featured on the “Penguins of Madagascar” soundtrack.  The 3D CG feature comedy follows in the tradition of the three Madagascar movies - which have earned close to two billion dollars since their debut in 2005 - and tracks the origins of the enormously popular Polar foursome, Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private.

Check out the music video here where the Penguins sing and dance with Pitbull: 

A DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox film - “Penguins of Madagascar” (3D) opens November 26 in cinemas nationwide to be distributed by Warner Bros. (in Phils.).
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