MONDAY MOVIE NEWS

FAMILY FUN

 

This weeks headlines are all about the kids, with exciting announcements about animation, fantasy, and fables for the young and young at heart.

PADDINGTON 3 IS IN DEVELOPMENT

 

 

Fans of whimsical bears and marmalade sandwiches rejoice: Paddington Bear is set to return to the screen in a third outing for the much-acclaimed children’s franchise.

 

While, according to series producer David Heyman, director Paul King is unlikely to return for the new installment, hopes are high for an equally delightful third adventure for cinema’s most nattily dressed bear (no offense, Pooh).

 

NEW Clip From RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET

 

 

The long-awaited and quickly approaching sequel to 2012’s Wreck-It-Ralph is set to take audience’s on a wild ride through the far corners of the internet, with a few new faces encountered along the way.

 

The latest clip released from Ralph Breaks the Internet introduces Yesss, a digital tastemaker voiced by Taraji P. Henson whose exuberant enthusiasm for all things trending sets the tone for a turbo-charged, mile-a-minute adventure.

 

NEW CLIP FROM FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD

 

 

Harry Potter fans aren’t going anywhere, and neither are new additions to the beloved magical property.

 

The newest return to the wizarding world is a sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and a new clip featuring protagonists Newt Scamander and Tina Goldstein dueling with Newt’s brother Theseus promises plenty of spells, spills, and unexpected turns.

 

LABYRINTH 2 IS IN DEVELOPMENT

 

 

Speaking of fantastic beasts, Jim Henson‘s Labyrinth, memorable for its overflowing visual spectacle, is reportedly on the way to production with a first draft of the script having been completed.

 

Pleasing long-time fans of the cult hit is no mean feat, but Fede Alvarez of Evil Dead (2013) fame is confident that he and his team are up to the mystical task.

 

THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS CELEBRATES 15 YEARS

 

 

While not technically a kids movie, The Matrix Revolutions capped off a reality-bending trilogy that forever changed the pop cultural landscape for a generation of young movie lovers.

 

The thrilling conclusion to the story of Neo vs. the machines, Revolutions and its predecessors became the program-packed progenitors to the decades of sci-fi properties living in the shadow of it’s floor-length black coat.

 

If you thought the visual effects of The Matrix trilogy were mind-blowing back in the day, you haven’t seen anything yet. Just like Neo’s eyes were opened to reality outside the Matrix, you can see things in a whole new light with all three movies available in 4K + UHD on Vudu. With cutting edge visual and audio quality, you’ll swear you just took the red pill.