Avengers: Age Of Ultron review!


It’s the first blockbuster of the summer, and Avengers: Age Of Ultron is in UK cinemas from Thursday (23rd April) and US theatres from 1 May.

Check out the trailer below, and go to the main Movies4Kids website HERE for our review!


New Tomorrowland trailer – wow!

Payoff_-_UKIt’s one of the most interesting-sounding blockbusters of the summer – a movie based on the Tomorrowland area at the Disneyland and Disney World theme parks – but from this trailer it’s easy to see the George Clooney-starring movie is promising to be so much more than that. Secret worlds, bad guys and, of course, a good-looking hero are all in the mix – and the movie opens in the UK on May 22.

Here’s the trailer for Tomorrowland: A World Beyond…

Han! Chewie! New Star Wars trailer

This is what we’ve been waiting for:

Night At The Museum 3 activity sheets!

NATM3 DVD  3DNight At The Museum 3: Secret Of The Tomb is out to own on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD on Monday (13th April), and we have a clip of Ben Stiller chatting about the movie, and some activity sheets for the kids! You can read the Movies4Kids review here and check out the clip and activity sheet below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zW7Br5JEW2U&feature=youtu.be ACTIVITY SHEETS (click on each image for a larger printable version)natm_secretofthetomb_bookmark natm_secretofthetomb_coloringsheet2 natm_secretofthetomb_createamuseum natm_secretofthetomb_crossword1 natm_secretofthetomb_matching natm_secretofthetomb_maze2 natm_secretofthetomb_wordsearch2

Thunderbirds Are Go!

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Fans of the original Thunderbirds TV series, or, indeed, the 2004 movie reboot, should  tune into ITV at 5pm in the UK on Saturday 4th April for the first episode of the new Thunderbirds TV series. It will then be shown every week at 8am on ITV and CITV.

To launch the show, Thunderbird 4 took to the waters earlier this week, cruising down the Thames in London – it was a model made of fibre glass that took a team of prop builders over six weeks to design and construct.


The series will take up the story of the Tracy family who run International Rescue, saving people across the globe, and it features the voices of Rosamund Pike, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, and David Graham as Parker.


World’s biggest bubble record broken to tie in with release of Home




World’s biggest bubble record broken to tie in with cinema release of new animated adventure Home

“There is something intrinsically amazing about bubbles”, so says Samsam Bubbleman, and he should know. While the most famous ‘bubblologist’ in Britain, if not the world, worked his magic under the gaze of the London Eye on Wednesday 18th March, children of all ages watched in awe as giant gossamer blobs floated across the sky. His attempt to beat the Guinness World Record for the largest free floating soap bubble was inspired by the release of the latest DreamWorks animation, Home, in which an intrepid band of aliens, the Boov, attempt to conquer Earth. Their technology, as it happens, is based on bubbles, which explains why your intrepid Movies4Kids reporter is standing in the freezing cold watching a grown man wave a giant sized bubble wand about.

The World’s Largest Bubble, London, 18th March 2015

Joining Samsam in the park to cheer him on was a group of local school children while lovable Boov misfit, Oh, also made an appearance. Encouragement, however, is all well and good, but the serious art of bubble forming requires very particular conditions – the right humidity, the right force of wind blowing in the just right direction plus an almost zen-like sense of calm.

The World’s Largest Bubble, London, 18th March 2015

Although the Bubbleman has been honing his skills for the past 25 years – he already holds nine Guinness World records, plus a rather impressive three Blue Peter badges, for his soapy shenanigans – a month of intensive training was needed before this record breaking attempt so that he could comfortably wield the long poles used to produce his ephemeral art forms. “They’re very heavy. You need to build up your muscles so that you can carry them.” He says. “I’ve been practising in a park near me in north London.” The practise obviously paid off. Today’s attempt had to be at least 23 cubic metres, big enough to hold an adult gray whale, to bring his tally of world records to 10. He managed an impressive 23.3 cubic metres.

The World’s Largest Bubble, London, 18th March 2015

His enthusiasm is certainly infectious. It’s easy to see why royals, celebrities and everyone in between have been enthralled by his creations over the years. “People’s reactions to what I do, to bubbles in general, is amazing.” He says. “That always keeps me overjoyed. To see people smile. You can see in their eyes, they’ve had 20, 30, 40 years taken off them. They could be 10 again. People miss those days when they had less to worry about and treated life in a more open minded way.”

The World’s Largest Bubble, London, 18th March 2015


+The record breaking bubble beat the previous record set in Massachusetts in 2013 by over 2.5 cubic metres.

+At 23.3 cubic metres, it’s the size of two family cars.

+Samsam’s other records include Most People Inside A Bubble, and Largest Frozen Bubble.

+You can find out more about Samsam Bubbleman at www.bubbleinc.co.uk.

Home is released in cinemas across the UK on Friday 20th March 2015.

Click HERE for the Movies4Kids review.

Home Launch One Sheet

New Pixels trailer!

pixelsPixels sounds like our kind of movie – a group of video game experts are recruited by the military when 1980s-era video game characters attack New York. And it stars Adam Sandler and Peter Dinklage. Bring it on!


The movie opens in the UK on August 12th, and in the meantime, check out the first trailer…