Disney is warming fans up for the sequel “Finding Dory” by re-releasing “Finding Nemo” in emoji!
Told entirely with emoji-fied characters, the video takes us through the whole movie in under three minutes: Nemo’s capture, Marlin meeting Dory, running into the sharks, rescuing Nemo and then rescuing Dory.
It’s like cliffs-notes for millennials!
“Begin Again” director John Carney has apologized for slamming his star, Keira Knightley, as a “Supermodel” who couldn’t really act.
On Twitter, Carney called his comments “petty, mean and hurtful. I’m ashamed of myself that I could say such things.”
Carney says he’s apologized directly to Knightley for his “shoddy behavior,” adding she was “nothing but professional and dedicated” during filming.
Here’s your first look at a movie that gives a new meaning to “Monster Trucks!” that’s the title of the action comedy, starring Lucas Till from “X-Men: Apocalypse” and the upcoming “Macgyver” reboot, as a guy who bonds with a weird creature who takes up residence in his truck.
Of course, there’s a love interest, and bad guys. “Monster Trucks” drives into theaters next january.