Two jets similar to the new F-18 at the Pima Air & Space Museum accompany Dusty in a scene from the film "Planes."
Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger are burdened with a bloated, incoherent would-be epic. Each provide moments of wit, but they're just not enough.
No. 5: 'Lone Ranger' with $11.1 million (last week No. 2) -- Armie Hammer plays the Lone Ranger as an accident-prone tenderfoot, although he looks pretty competent here.
The character China Girl, voiced by Joey King, left, and James Franco, as Oz, in a scene from "Oz the Great and Powerful," which is now available on DVD.
James Franco, as Oz, in "Oz the Great and Powerful," meets China Girl, voiced by Joey King. The movie is largely centered on Oz, a con man whisked by tornado into a fantastical world.
Bella Cullen Coven (Kristen Stewart), vive su transformación en la parte final de la serie, la que también versa sobre la suerte de la pequeña Renesmee, hija de Edward y Bella.
Kermit tries to persuade Miss Piggy to help save the Muppet Theater in a scene from "The Muppets." The film will be shown at James D. Kriegh Park later this month.
La Rana René en una escena de la película "Los Muppets", que se
estrenó el recién pasado 23 de Noviembre.
With banjo-strumming Kermit at the center of the action, the
Muppets - (left to right: Scooter, Swedish Chef, Fozzie Bear,
Kermit, Miss Piggy, Sam Eagle, Beauregard) - are back after a
12-year big-screen absence.
Amy Adams, Jason Segel and their Muppet pals. He's not in this
shot, but don't miss villain Chris Cooper cutting loose with his
own dastardly rap number.
"The Muppets" - including Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy and Kermit the
Frog - are on the big screen.
"The Lion King" reissue in 3-D is out in theaters on Friday,
adding some depth to the 1994 film.
"African Cats" prowls around the lives of lions and cheetahs.
It's showing at the Crossroads 6 and Oracle View 6.
Disney's latest revival of "Winnie the Pooh" more than does
justice to the world's favorite "tubby little cubby all stuffed
with fluff," even if it doesn't project all the warmth of the older
A computerized avatar of actor Jeff Bridges, left, and Garrett Hedlund in "Tron: Legacy," a long, style-over-substance movie.
Princess Rapunzel, Pascal the chameleon and the roguish Flynn in Disney's re-creation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale.
Ben Kingsley, Jake Gyllenhaal and Richard Coyle star in the first of what could be a franchise based on Jordan Mechner's video game franchise.
Johnny Depp keeps his lid on tight as the Mad Hatter in Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland." It's the seventh time he's worked with the director.