Following Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast, Dumbo is Disney's next live-action remake. A star-packed cast includes Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, and Colin Farrell, with Tim Burton directing. Having Burton behind the camera means you can expect a glorious reimagining of "Pink Elephants on Parade". Dumbo comes to theaters March 29, 2019.
Dr. Faraday is a quiet English country doctor called to attend to a patient at Hundreds Hall, the estate of the Ayers family. The dilapidated house is crumbling around the three occupants — mother, son and daughter — and Dr. Faraday finds that what haunts them might be contagious. Based on the novel by Sarah Waters, The Little Stranger stars Domhmall Gleeson, Ruth Wilson, and comes to theaters August 31, 2018.
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Fitted with 16 camera modules, the Light L16 Camera can replace that bulky DSLR. The compact camera uses multiple lenses and sensors with varying focal lengths to capture high-resolution images. Although relatively small — the whole thing weighs less than a pound and can fit in your back pocket — it's still equipped with a zoom range of 28-150mm. By capturing multiple perspectives at different exposure values, you can adjust the focus or enlarge your photo once the shot is taken. It's finished off with a five-inch HD touchscreen that features on-camera adjustments allowing users to edit their pictures and transfer them to their desktops while still on location.
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The countdown has been used to launch rockets, start events, and just about everything else since 1961. But the countdown has its origins in film, not science. German film director Fritz Lang's 1929 Woman on the Moon was the invention of the countdown — and was an amazingly accurate film.
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon get their 007 on when the former's ex-boyfriend returns. The reunion isn't quite what she expected considering he's being followed by a gang of deadly assassins. Also starring Justin Theroux and Sam Heughan, the film is set for release August 3, 2018.