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With Flora & Ulysses launching on Disney+ on February 19, Vital Thrills got a chance to participate in the press conference for the film. Joining the chat were Matilda Lawler, Alyson Hannigan, Ben Schwartz, Danny Pudi, book author Kate DiCamillo, and director Lena Khan. The film is based on the Newbery Award-winning book Flora & Ulysses: …

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Vital Thrills got to participate in an early press day for Raya and the Last Dragon last week and we learned all about the anticipated Walt Disney Animation Studios film. Joining the event were directors Don Hall and Carlos Lopez Estrada, producer Osnat Shurer, and writers Qui Nguyen and Adele Lim. We got a chance to check out some footage from …

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With WandaVision premiering on Disney+ this Friday, January 15, Vital Thrills got a chance to participate in the virtual press conference for the anticipated Marvel Studios series. Joining the event were stars Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Teyonah Parris, and Kathryn Hahn, as well as Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, director Matt Shakman and writer Jac …

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Vital Thrills participated in Netflix‘s virtual roundtable interviews with the Pieces of a Woman cast and crew. Joining Pieces of a Woman cast members Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn were director Kornél Mundruczó and writer Kata Wéber. In the movie, Martha (Vanessa Kirby) and Sean (Shia LaBeouf) are a Boston couple on the verge of …

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American Gods Season 3 premieres on Starz on Sunday, January 10, and Vital Thrills got a chance to speak to Bruce Langley, who plays Technical Boy in the series. He talked about the fracturing relationship between himself and Mr. World, his changing relationship with one of the Old Gods, and Tech Boy’s fashion sense. [Note: …

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American Gods Season 3 premieres on Starz on Sunday, January 10, 2021, and Vital Thrills got a chance to chat with Yetide Badaki, who stars as Bilquis in the Starz series. Badaki talks all about what’s coming for the Goddess of Love, her new allies and how it all fits into the continuing story of …

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Pixar films, at their best, are wildly imaginative, speaking to children and adults alike. On paper, most Pixar films have basic scenarios with complex themes – toys that come to life or the monsters under the bed become surrogates for parenthood; a family of superheroes gives way to themes of isolation, self-worth, and our place …

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Vital Thrills recently attended a virtual roundtable discussion with the cast of Disney’s Godmothered. The film will begin streaming on Disney+ on December 4. Joining the discussion were Jillian Bell, Isla Fisher, Jane Curtin, Jillian Spaeder, Willa Skye, Santiago Cabrera, Artemis Pebdani, and Utkarsh Ambudkar. You can check out a video of the discussion with …

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Vital Thrills got a chance to talk to the Animaniacs cast and crew! You can watch the virtual roundtable using the player below. Joining the conversation were Rob Paulsen (Yakko Warner, Pinky), Jess Harnell (Wakko Warner), Maurice LaMarche (The Brain), Wellesley Wild (Showrunner and Executive Producer) and Gabe Swarr (Co-Executive Producer). The Animaniacs cast and …

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For a character and a comedian whose brands were both built on smashing expectations of not just the permissible but the expected, it’s strange that the second Borat film is exactly what you’d think it would be. Again, taking easy potshots at the conservative America it skewered 15 years ago, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm attempts some …

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Vital Thrills recently attended the virtual AFI Q&A for the Netflix adaptation of Rebecca. The thriller stars Lily James, Armie Hammer, and Kristin Scott Thomas and is based on the 1938 novel by Daphne du Maurier. (Check out our review here.) Attending the event were director Ben Wheatley, along with stars Lily James and Armie …

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Adapting a classic with a classic reputation is always tricky. Almost as tricky as a director with a settled style stretching himself into new directions. Both are treacherous, filled with pitfalls and observers eager to point out how the earlier stuff was better. And there’s a lot of risk, too, because there’s a lot of …

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It is perhaps fitting that, like the rest of us right now living through (gesticulating wildly) All This, Bill S. Preston, Esquire (Alex Winter), and Ted “Theodore” Logan (Keanu Reeves) in Bill and Ted Face the Music are pining for simpler, happier times. After all, their greatest moments were 25 years ago, when they saw …

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After the events of Season 1, The Boys go into hiding. Hughie, Mother’s Milk, Frenchie, and The Female regroup in a safe house and plan their next move. With the world and the supes looking for them, their options are limited. But with the debut of supe terrorists, they see a possible solution. By catching …

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With the movie launching on Disney+ on August 14, Vital Thrills got a chance to talk to The One and Only Ivan cast. The Walt Disney Studios film is based on the award-winning book by Katherine Applegate (buy at Amazon).  The One and Only Ivan tells the story of Ivan, a silverback gorilla who learns that …

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Frances Hodgson Burnett’s 1911 novel The Secret Garden (check price at Amazon) has been adapted before. It’s been on the big screen a number of times, on television and on the stage, including a Tony Award-winning musical. There has always been something lovely about it, but it’s sort of standoffish. In the story, the main …

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