April is Alita: Battle Angel’s last month on HULU

“The sci-fi adventure movie Alita: Battle Angel is going to be on the streamer in April. And if you have been looking forward to watching it, well, make it quick because it’s the last month it’s going to stay on Hulu.” Read the entire article at the following link: https://otakukart.com/hulu-april-2021-all-movies-tv-shows-coming/

Who actually owns the IP rights to Avatar & Alita Battle Angel?

Who is in the Rights? Movie rights in Hollywood are not always clear-cut from the perspective of an outside observer. When considering the Marvel Cinematic Universe or Star Wars, it is immediately obvious who owns those IPs. Disney bought Star Wars from George Lucas in 2012, which in turn led to the decanonization of theContinue reading “Who actually owns the IP rights to Avatar & Alita Battle Angel?”

Watch Alita: Battle Angel On Disney+ (Canada) In April

According to What’s On Disney Plus, Alita: Battle Angel will be on Disney+ in Canada soon: “Disney has announced that the 20th Century Studios film “Alita: Battle Angel” will be coming to Disney+ in Canada on Friday 2nd April.” Months ago there was an alleged leaked video that showed Alita: Battle Angel coming to Disney+Continue reading “Watch Alita: Battle Angel On Disney+ (Canada) In April”

Gamerant: 10 Best Films Featuring Dystopian & Cyberpunk Futures, Ranked

Gamerant gives their list of the top 10 dystopian and cyberpunk films – Alita is #9. “There are plenty of action scenes in this movie, and Alita turns out to be a very interesting and likeable character.” You can read the entire article at the following link: https://gamerant.com/best-films-dystopian-cyberpunk-futures-ranked/amp/

Cinemablend: Why Now Would Be A Great Time For The Alita Sequel To Get Picked Up By Another Studio

Mike Reyes of Cinemablend tells us why he believes that not only is this the best time for Alita to go to another film studio but there is reason to hope that it could happen. “Paramount’s recent acquisition of Spamalot, after the fully-developed picture languished on the Disney lot, shows that both parties might be amenableContinue reading “Cinemablend: Why Now Would Be A Great Time For The Alita Sequel To Get Picked Up By Another Studio”

Alita: Battle Angel’s Keean Johnson Says He’d Love To Return

Keean Johnson spoke to TooFab and said that he would love it if his character Hugo could return to the #Alita franchise somehow. As of now, we have no official word on if there will be an Alita prequel series on Disney Plus or if there will be an Alita: Battle Angel sequel, and weContinue reading “Alita: Battle Angel’s Keean Johnson Says He’d Love To Return”

Screenrant: What Needs To Happen For Alita 2 To Happen

“Disney obviously has to give the greenlight for Alita 2 to enter production, but unfortunately that is not the only barrier the sequel faces. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the film industry, resulting in production delays and significant release date shifts. A key component of getting Alita 2 rolling is Disney figuring out where the movie would fitContinue reading “Screenrant: What Needs To Happen For Alita 2 To Happen”

The Rosa Salazar cameo you totally missed in Alita: Battle Angel

The Alita Army had done lengthy detective work to discover the location of Rosa Salazar’s cameo in Alita: Battle Angel. It seems the media has finally caught on to it. @doc_ido gets a shout-out in this one from Looper.com: “At one point in the chase, Hugo and Zapan zoom through an outdoor marketplace bordered byContinue reading “The Rosa Salazar cameo you totally missed in Alita: Battle Angel”

Discussing Film Talks To Robert Rodriguez About Family Films (And The Alita Army)

When talking to Andrew J. Salazar of Discussing Film, Robert Rodriguez shared his appreciation for the campaign that the Alita Army launched for an Alita sequel. While he suggests that Alita: Battle Angel “didn’t perform well”, he confesses that it may be better to have a film that is adored by few than it isContinue reading “Discussing Film Talks To Robert Rodriguez About Family Films (And The Alita Army)”