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New ‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse’ Sneak Peek Video Released
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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

Sony Pictures Entertainment has released a new sneak peek video for their much-anticipated animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The film features an impressive cast including Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Jake Johnson, Liev Schreiber, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Velez, and Lily Tomlin all giving the various characters their voices.

The video is actually described as an “Extended Sneak Peek,” though it’s not even a minute long. But while short, it still offers plenty of peeks at the movie and features some of the different “Spider-people” you can expect to see when it’s released including Spider-Noir, who is being voiced by Nicolas Cage; Peni Parker, who is being voiced by Kimiko Glenn; and Spider-Ham, who is being voiced by John Mulaney. Click on over to the other side for a synopsis for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and to check out the sneak peek video.

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‘Mandy’ Trailer: Nicolas Cage Battles Cultists and Monsters In Trippy Horror Revenge Epic
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Mandy

The first trailer for Mandy, the much-anticipated action-horror film festival fave directed by Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) and starring the one and only Nicolas Cage, has been released by RLJE Films.

You can watch it here below.

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‘Teen Titans GO! To The Movies’ Trailer: Titular Group Won’t Let Any Super Friends Steal Their Thunder
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Teen Titans GO! To The Movies

The Teen Titans went from a loosely dark and gritty narrative animated series to a full-on goofy self-deprecating show. Its new format is full of pop culture references and self-jabs, which makes it entertaining enough to give it its own film.

Now the second trailer for Teen Titans GO! to the Movies has been released, and it has more of those jokes, plus a not-so-new voice joining the cast. Check it out, below.

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Watch Now: First 10 Minutes Of ‘The Death Of Superman Lives’
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The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?

Perhaps the most legendary of all Hollywood movies never to be made, Superman Lives was to be directed by Tim Burton and star Nicolas Cage as the title superhero. The now infamous production was a series of poor decisions that eventually led it to its ultimate fate: the nearest waste management facility.

Yet fascinating tales of its surreal existence continue to this very day, and an upcoming documentary titled The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? will aim to share many of these tales with you. The documentary acquired funding via Kickstarter a couple of years back now, and a trailer was released last year. Be sure to check those out for much more history on Superman Lives, and also the images of Cage as Superman if you haven’t seen them before.

Now the first 10 minutes of the documentary, which features discussions with many of the people involved in the failed movie such Burton, Kevin Smith, Jon Peters, Wesley Strick, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Dan Gilroy, and Colleen Atwood, has been shared by director Jon Schnepp and can be enjoyed below along with another trailer.

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Blu-ray Review: Vampire’s Kiss / High Spirits [Double Feature]
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Vampire's Kiss on Scream Factory Blu-ray

Vampire’s Kiss
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Director: Robert Bierman
Screenwriter: Joseph Minion
Cast: Nicolas Cage, María Conchita Alonso, Jennifer Beals
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Rated R | 103 Minutes
Release Date: February 10, 2015

Synopsis: Teetering on the edge of sanity, volatile literary agent Peter Loew (Nicolas Cage) tries to find purpose in his life through a cutthroat work ethic and a hedonistic night life. But when an encounter with a mysterious beauty leaves Loew convinced that he is turning into a vampire, his behavior turns positively outrageous.

Robert Bierman was originally scheduled to direct the 1986 remake of The Fly, but withdrew from the project after the death of his daughter. Instead, Bierman’s feature-length debut was the 1989 black comedy, Vampire’s Kiss.

Imagine if you will, a young Nicolas Cage (hot off Raising Arizona and Moonstruck) in a business suit and plastic vampire fangs, screaming, “I’m a vampire! I’m a vampire!” That pretty much sums up this bizarre, coked-out horror comedy. Even if you’ve never seen Bierman’s film, you probably know bits and pieces of it, thanks to YouTube’s impressive selection of “Nicolas Cage Losing His Shit” montages.

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Disney In Depth: 10 Reasons To Revisit ‘National Treasure’
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The surprise hit of the 2004 holiday season, National Treasure, Disney’s Jerry Bruckehimer production once destined as a Touchstone Pictures release, became an international sensation. Grossing nearly $350 million worldwide, inspiring a book series and sequel film, and re-launching Nicolas Cage‘s stardom, Treasure‘s name could not be more fitting.

How fast a decade goes by. National Treasure turns one decade old this November. That’s reason enough to determine 10 reasons to revisit the film.

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Disney In Depth: 1964, A Definitive Disney Year
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Anniversaries signify dates of a celebratory nature. We reflect on the past and the importance of a milestone. In the Disney universe, certain years warrant attention for the amount of quality content produce and momentous occasions held. Some might argue 1989 was Disney’s biggest year, launching the “Disney renaissance” with the release of The Little Mermaid and also the opening of Disney’s fifth theme park (Disney-MGM Studios). Others would consider 1928 (the debut of Mickey Mouse), 1937 (the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), and 1955 (Disneyland’s opening) as equally significant. If we look into the future, 2015 may prove to be Disney’s most monumental year with new films from Lucasfilm, Marvel, Pixar and even a few major releases from Disney itself.

But how can anyone forget or dismiss 1964? This was the definitive Disney year in multiple realms. The events that took place during this 12-month period forever altered the landscape of The Walt Disney Company. 50 years later, I reason that the Disney we treasure today would not exist without the turning points that occurred in 1964.

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Watch The First Trailer For ‘The Death Of Superman Lives: What Happened?’
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Superman Lives

In January of last year Jon Schnepp, a Los Angeles-based director of the Adult Swim series Metalocalypse and The Venture Brothers as well as a contributor to the horror anthology feature The ABCs of Death, created a Kickstarter page to raise funds for a documentary he hoped to make about an aborted attempt to reboot the Superman franchise in the late 1990s. After raising the budget necessary to proceed Schnepp managed to secure interviews with several of the principal players and now The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? is very much a reality.

Schnepp has released the first trailer for the film, which you watch here below.

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Disney In Depth: Analyzing Disney Film Franchises
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Disney epitomizes branding at its best, using characters and stories across all types of platforms, from digital apps and toys to theme park attractions and virtual experiences. The company’s slate of films in the coming years reflect enhancing established properties and creating new ones in the process. Which Disney films are on their way to seeing sequels, and how can they continue the strength of the brand, as opposed to crippling the franchise?

Peter Pan would say that “faith, trust and pixie dust” would do the trick. We all know, though, that timing, effort and imagination are equally as important.

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Kelsey Grammer Cast In Nicolas Cage Role For ‘The Expendables 3’
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The Expendables

A while back, Nicolas Cage was said to be in the mix for a role in The Expendables 3, but nothing ever came of it. Instead, it’s being reported that Kelsey Grammer has joined the cast, and will be playing the role that Cage was rumored to be up for.

Grammer will be playing an ex-mercenary named Bonaparte who helps the Expendables with their mission. The actor also recently signed on to play the villain in Transformers 4.

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