Disney Pixar’s Inside Out – new trailer!

image005One of the most eagerly anticipated animated movies of next year has to be the latest movie from Disney Pixar – Inside Out. The movie doesn’t open until July 2015, but we have the trailer right now!

The adventure is set inside the mind of young Riley, who is uprooted from her life when her dad starts a new job in San Francisco. Riley is guided by her emotion – Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) – who all live in Headqurters, the control centre in Riley’s mind.


Take a look:





Movies4Kids Top 10 Movies Of 2014!



So what was your favourite kids movie, family blockbuster or teen flick of 2014? Here at Movies4Kids we’ve seen them all, and here, in reverse order of course, are the best, funniest, saddest, most exciting movies that graced cinema screens during the year. Have we included your favourite film? Let us know by commenting below!


#10: X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Movies-xmen-days-of-future-past-postersThe sixth X-Men movie, this is the one that zaps between 1973 and 2023 so we get the cast of our dreams: James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart as Professor X, Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen as Magneto, as well as Jennifer Lawrence, Evan Peters, Halle Berry and Peter Dinklage. Read our review here.



#9: Maleficent

maleficentAngelina Jolie is the witch who cursed Sleeping Beauty but in this luscious reworking of the classic fairy tale we get to find out why. Sharlto Copley and Elle Fanning costar. You can read our review here.




#8: The Book Of Life

THE BOOK OF LIFEGorgeous animation produced by Guillermo Del Toro, with Diego Luna, Zoe Saldana and Channing Tatum providing the voices in a story of love, life and the afterlife. Click here for our review.



#7: The Fault In Our Stars

gus-hazel-fault-in-our-stars-movieThere were other hit teen movies this year, but this one is certainly the weepiest as 16-year-old Hazel battles terminal cancer while finding love with fellow patient Augustus. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort are superb as the lovestruck teens, while terrific support comes from Laura Dern, Sam Trammell and Willem Dafoe. Click here for the review.



#6: How To Train Your Dragon 2

how-to-train-your-dragon-2-watch-now-139844-a-1373624768-470-75A sequel just as good as the original, this animated adventure rejoins Hiccup, his friends and their dragons as they face a new foe on their homeland of Berk. Beautifully animated and very funny, you can read our review here.



#5: Earth To Echo

0144 Earth To Echo_UK Quad_AW_Final_30Fans of eighties movies such as ET and The Goonies will love this sci-fi adventure about three best friends who find something very special out in the desert near their home. Click here for our review.



#4: TS Spivet

TS-SpivetA lovely story from Delicatessen director Jean Pierre Jeunet, based on the quirky book The Selected Works Of TS Spivet. Kyle Catlett stars as the 10-year-old prodigy who sets off on an adventure all alone, while support comes from Helena Bonham Carter and Judy Davis. Our review is here.





#3: The Lego Movie

lego_aA funny, clever animated adventure featuring ordinary Lego guy Emmett (Chris Pratt) as he becomes a chosen one destined to save all the other Lego characters. Utterly adorable, and you won’t be able to get the theme song out of your head. Click here for our review.



#2: Guardians Of The Galaxy

NCP0020_B_comp_v055.1189One of the best ever Marvel comic adaptations, and the first one to be set in space as a rag-tag group led by Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) try to stop an orb that could destroy galaxies from falling into the wrong hands. Brilliant soundtrack, great performances, wit and action all add up to one of the best movies of the year. Catch our review here.






#1: Paddington

031_LF_0650_v177.1097Everyone’s favourite marmalade-loving bear from Peru finally got his own feature film this year, and what a lovely, funny, heart-warming adventure it is. With support from Nicole Kidman, Hugh Bonneville and Julie Walters, it’s as adorable as the bear himself, and a classic movie for every age. Our review is here.




Big Hero 6 – Meet Baymax

image004It’s already been a hit in the States, and on January 30th 2015 UK cinemagoers can meet Baymax, the cuddly character from Disney’s animated adventure Big Hero 6. Check out a clip below, and watch this space for a preview of all the other family friendly movies coming out in the UK next year…






New Frozen short in cinemas next year!



When Disney’s live action Cinderella opens in cinemas next year, on March 27, Frozen fans will get an extra special treat before the movie starts – a short animated story featuring the  much loved characters from Frozen. Titled Frozen Fever, the short is set on Anna’s birthday, and Elsa and Kristoff are planning a grand celebration – but Elsa’s icy powers may cause drama before the birthday party has even started.


We’ll feature more details on the Frozen short – and Cinderella – nearer the release date, but in the meantime, here are some Cinderella posters to get you ready for the movie next March (and doesn’t Helena Bonham Carter, as the fairy godmother, look gorgeous).


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Star Wars: The Force Awakens…Episode VII trailer is here!


Yes, we know it is Black Friday and you’re probably filling up your Amazon shopping basket full of bargains right now, but for a large group of movie fans, Friday 28th November has been marked in the diary as the day we finally get to see a glimpse of the new Star Wars movie! So sit back and enjoy this first trailer for Episode VII: The Force Awakens – as you have to wait until December 15th NEXT YEAR for the movie itself. We’re counting the days already…



PS – not sure which is cooler – that snazzy new red lightsaber or seeing the Millennium Falcon again!

Let It Go: Frozen Sing-A-Long in cinemas from tomorrow…

tumblr_inline_mrwmfoMPWg1qz4rgpDisney’s Frozen – aka the number one animated film of all time –  is getting a seasonal re-release tomorrow – with added singing. So if you fancy joining in to ‘Let It Go’, ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman’ and ‘In Summer’, check out your local cinema listings for details. And if it’s not playing near you, you can also buy a Sing Along edition of the movie on DVD, just in time to serenade the relatives over Christmas dinner…





New trailers for Home and Pan!

Yesterday we brought you the new Jurassic World trailer and today it is the turn of two more 2015 movies (and if that’s not enough, the trailer for the new Star Wars movie is coming our way on Friday!)


home_imageFirst is the new DreamWorks animated movie Home, featuring the vocal talents of Rihanna, Steve Martin, Jennifer Lopez and The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons. It’s a sci-fi adventure in which Earth has been taken over by the Boov, but one banished alien named Oh (Parsons) teams up with a resourceful human girl called Tip (Rihanna) to set things right:



But that’s not the only new trailer to watch!

PANWe also have Pan, the upcoming live action Peter Pan adventure starring a very scary-looking Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard, Garrett Hedlund as Hook, and newcomer Levi Miller as Peter:



HOME is released on March 20, 2015, and PAN is set for release next July.