NCM Entertainment Roundup – November 25th

Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week: Blog_Header

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Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur

The final installment of  The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 debuted to over $102.4 M, making it the fifth-highest opening of 2015. (Deadline)

Check out these Star Wars Easter eggs. Go to Google and type in “A long time ago in a galaxy far far away.”  You can also transform your Google experience by joining the Light Side or the Dark Side by going here.

In the latest trailer for Zootopia, fox con artist Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) and rabbit cop Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) visit a DMV to retrieve a license number but their day really slows down when they encounter what else but a sloth that runs the place. (USA Today)

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes as seen in this first trailer for Central Intelligence starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson. (Variety)

Pixar’s release of The Good Dinosaur’s marks the 16th theatrical release for the animation powerhouse.  In honor of Pixar’s first movie Toy Story, out 20 years ago this week, CNN is counting down the 15 best Pixar characters that made us laugh, cry and smile all the way to the memory bank. (CNN)

Here’s your chance to win a walk on role as an ape extra in War of Planet of the Apes. All you need is a valid passport and a video of your best ape impersonation.  (Vulture)

The first trailer has dropped for Captain America: Civil War, and it’s very revealing about the plot of the upcoming film.  You’ll see many Marvel characters in the trailer, but there’s no sneak peek yet at the new Spider-Man (played by Tom Holland).  This new (and younger) Spidey will be making his debut in this film before moving into new stand-alone films with a reboot of that franchise.

The next Star Trek installment, Star Trek Beyond, is heading to IMAX theaters globally on July 22, 2016. (The Wrap)

Opening today and this weekend:  The Good Dinosaur, Creed, Victor Frankenstein and The Danish Girl (11/27).

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