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  • ...Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride . Now, Burton brings his experience to change the movie parody Frankenstein ever release in 1984. Funnily enough, the film Frankenweenie (1984) considered to be too scary for <strong>child</strong>ren and encourage Disney to dismiss Burton. Of course, Burton will not make the same mistake with the version of the remake this one. Comic Con to witness the presence of the latest trailer video that explains more in...

    [Trailer] Frankenweenie: Respect Burton Era Of Film Horror 1930-an

    ...Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride . Now, Burton brings his experience to change the movie parody Frankenstein ever release in 1984. Funnily enough, the film Frankenweenie (1984) considered to be too scary for children and encourage Disney to dismiss Burton. Of course, Burton will not make the same mistake with the version of the remake this one. Comic Con to witness the presence of the latest trailer video that explains more in...

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  • ...director, sent a poetic two-minute production that shows a white plastic bag floating in the street near his office, calling it his first smartphone movie. Narsha, a member of K-pop group Brown Eyed Girls, told a story of her <strong>child</strong>hood when she dreamed of being a singer to escape poverty. Bong, the jury president, said the nature of smartphones helps to tell more intimate and personal <strong>stories</strong>. “It”s close to our body,” he said....

    Smartphone film fest draws unlikely filmmakers

    ...director, sent a poetic two-minute production that shows a white plastic bag floating in the street near his office, calling it his first smartphone movie. Narsha, a member of K-pop group Brown Eyed Girls, told a story of her childhood when she dreamed of being a singer to escape poverty. Bong, the jury president, said the nature of smartphones helps to tell more intimate and personal stories. “It”s close to our body,” he said....

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  • Sony has won the global distribution rights to an animated film based on the hit game “Angry Birds,” to be released in 2016, the entertainment giant announced Wednesday. The film is being produced and financed by Finnish mobile gaming company Rovio, which has said the movie could result in it establishing an animation studio rivalling global giant Walt Disney. Sony Pictures Entertainment beat several major <strong>studios</strong> to win exclusive wo...

    Angry Birds coming to a movie screen near you in July 2016

    Sony has won the global distribution rights to an animated film based on the hit game “Angry Birds,” to be released in 2016, the entertainment giant announced Wednesday. The film is being produced and financed by Finnish mobile gaming company Rovio, which has said the movie could result in it establishing an animation studio rivalling global giant Walt Disney. Sony Pictures Entertainment beat several major studios to win exclusive wo...

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