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The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec [Director’s Cut] (BluRay/DVD/Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec [Director’s Cut] (BluRay/DVD/Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec [Director's Cut] (BluRay/DVD/Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]

From revered filmmaker Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Le Femme Nikita) comes the extravagant and wildly vivid adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, the coolest author and adventurist in all of Paris.

The year is 1912. A 136 million-year old pterodactyl egg, housed on a shelf in the Natural History Museum, has mysteriously hatched, unleashing a prehistoric monster onto the Parisian streets. But nothing fazes Adele, when she finds a connection with the ancient reptile and reveals many more extraordinary surprises…

Based on the acclaimed historical fantasy books by Jacques Tardi, The Extraordinary Adventures Of Adele Blanc-Sec follows this intrepid adventurer as she uncovers mysterious Egyptian treasures, attempts to tame a wild pterodactyl, eludes dangerous enemies and braves a formidable phenomenon to save her ailing sister.

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Disney’s D23 Expo – “Let the Adventures Begin: Live Action at The Walt Disney Studios” Pre

ANAHEIM, CA – AUGUST 10: Actress Angelina Jolie of "Maleficent" attends "Let the Adventures Begin: Live Action… 


The Adventures of Tintin: Season Three (DVD, 2012, 2-Disc Set) 08/21/12 Release

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Now Supernatural Adventures of Adult Huck (and Tom)


About time Tom and Huck fashioned their raft with sharp points and plowed it into a Mississippi vampire colony. Right?

After searching through either the royalty-free public domain or a dumpster behind a public school, Paramount has deciding on giving The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn “a 21st century makeover.” The studio has purchased a spec script from Andy Burg called Huck that tells a story of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer as adults, thus allowing Paramount to briefly pretend they can get Robert Downey Jr. and/or Johnny Depp in a part.

Outside the whole adulthood thing, there’s reportedly one other big change to the source material: with Pride and Prejudice and Zombies driving an axe through the maidenhead that separated classic literature from arbitrary paranormal action, now Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer will be encountering some undisclosed “supernatural elements.” Why not? If you’re going to take out the racial slurs, might as well replace them with mentions of werewolves. If a story already involves digging up a coffin, why not toss a Dracula in there with the buried money? If the book is already a regional satire of the South, why not make the movie a similarly trenchant sendup of Hollywood? Or do not make it at all self-aware, and just have Tom train a zombie to whitewash a fence, then shoot the zombie’s head off with a shotgun. “Oops. Turns out they wanted it painted RED.” That will probably be cooler for the trailer.

You’re Going To Have To Wait a Little Longer for Further Adventures of Sam Avatar, and More…


- Though Avatar 2 was once promised as a December 2014 release, a means to ring in the new year with Sam Worthington’s blue whatever thing, producer Jon Landau now says the first sequel is “four years away.” Nice job ruining Christmas, James Cameron.

- Disney has hired X2 and Superman Returns co-writer Dan Harris
to work on their script for Hovercar. I’ll tell you, if this movie is about what I think it’s about, IT’S ABOUT G.D. TIME.

- Isabelle Fuhrman is in talks to join Will Smith and Smaller Will Smith in After Earth, the upcoming sci-fi film from M. Night Shyamalan. Fuhrman is expecting a career boost from her part in the soon-to-be-released Hunger Games, but this Shyamalan part should put her back in her place alongside whoever those kids from The Last Airbender were.

- For those who have forgotten what Finding Nemo looks like, Disney-Pixar has released a new trailer for their 3D re-release of the modern classic. “sea it like never before,” they beg, seemingly oblivious to just how close to the edge we are:

The Adventures of Tintin — $9.1M

Director Steven Spielberg kicks off the big-screen Tintin trilogy with this computer-animated, motion-capture adaptation of Herge’s beloved Tintin comic strip. Produced by Spielberg, Peter Jackson, and Kathleen Kennedy, the first installment in the series finds adventure-seeking Belgian reporter Tintin (voiced by Jamie Bell) and surly Captain Haddock (voiced by Andy Serkis) racing to recover a treasure that was lost at sea four centuries ago. Meanwhile, the malevolent Red Rackham (voiced by Daniel Craig) is… [more]

Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle — $0.5K

This episodic film comes from French director Eric Rohmer and is the seventh and final installment in the filmmaker’s Comedies and Proverbs cycle. Reinette (JoĆ«lle Miquel) is as innocent as a newborn babe, while Mirabelle (Jessica Forde) is as worldly and sophisticated as Reinette is not. Their country mouse/city mouse friendship begins when they share a room in Paris and endures through a quartet of whimsical experiences. Completed in 1987, Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle was distributed in the U.S…. [more]

Iron Man: Armored Adventures Animated Series Trailer

Watch the All-New Iron Man: Armored Adventures Animated Series Trailer! Still anxious for the premiere of “Iron Man: Armored Adventures”? The wait ends April 24, when the show debuts on Nicktoons! Not good enough? Check out this all-new trailer for the animated series! What does life have in store for a teenage Tony Stark and his friends? Who exactly are his friends on the show? Who does he throw down with? You’ll have to wait until “Iron Man: Armored Adventures” debuts Friday, April 24 on Nicktoons Networks to find out! Keep visiting our official “Iron Man: Armored Adventures” hub on for details regarding all 26 episodes (yes, 26!) of the first season

Disney XD Sweden – Lavalamp Ident – Next; Iron Man: Armored Adventures

Disney XD Sweden – Lavalamp Ident – Next; Iron Man: Armored Adventures. (c) Disney