Epic 2013 info:-
Epic 2013, The most imaginative section of “Epic” starts with shots of the forest that rings the home of Professor Bomba (voiced by Jason Sudeikis), the inventor dad of the film’s heroine, Mary Katherine (Amanda Seyfried). Some leaves and branches are in crisp focus.
Others are out-of-focus. The images are so entrancing on their own terms that it takes a while to register the creatures in the out-of-focus parts of the shot, disguising themselves against foliage and bark. Then comes a very long, unbroken shot that prowls across a collage of significant objects.
the professor’s journals and equations, blueprints and sketches, research photos and files. These clerical objects look both “real” and illustrated; you can see dirt, dust, fingerprints. The imagery may remind film buffs of the opening credits of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which probed the contents of a box that Scout left for Boo Radley.
Before you get excited about “Epic,” I should warn you that this sequence isn’t representative of the film — not at all. What I’ve just described is the movie’s end credits. They’re afterthoughts, designed to keep older children amused while parents help little ones don their shoes and backpacks before tromping out for pizza.
Epic 2013 Plot:-
Seventeen-year-old Mary Katherine, or M.K., moves in with her eccentric scientist father Professor Bomba, who has been searching for tiny humanoid soldiers called Leafmen. They protect the forest that Bomba.
lives near wicked creatures called Boggans and their malevolent leader Mandrake. Epic 2013 An independent young soldier named Nod decides to quit, much to the ire of the no-nonsense Leafmen leader Ronin.
The queen of the forest, Queen Tara, must choose an heir to her throne and goes out to a field of leaf pods, Epic 2013 guarded by a laid-back slug named Mub and a wannabe Leafman snail named Grub. Immediately after she chooses a pod, the Boggans attack.
Tara flees the area with the pod, and though her bodyguards do their best to protect her, they are soon overwhelmed by the sheer number of Boggans. Eventually.
Ronin arrives for her and the pair fly off on his hummingbird mount. They are then attacked by Mandrake and his son Dagda. Dagda is killed by Ronin, but the former shoots Tara beforehand.
Meanwhile, M.K. decides to leave after having an argument with Bomba about his research. Before she can leave, Bomba’s dog Ozzy runs into the woods. While looking for Ozzy, M.K. sees Tara falling. Dying, Tara gives her the pod and uses her magic to shrink her.
She tells M.K. to take the pod to Nim Galuu, a glowworm wizard who is a con-artist before she dies, and M.K. joins Ronin and the Leafmen, along with Mub and Grub. Ronin discovers that Nod has entered a race against other creatures and bugs on birds.
The nod goes back on a deal with a short-tempered toad gangster named Bufo to throw the race. Epic 2013 Before Bufo and his two henchmen can feed Nod to a snake, Ronin intervenes and orders them to leave. Please See More Information……….
Epic 2013 Production:-
In 2006, it was reported that Chris Wedge would be directing an animated feature film based on William Joyce’s book, The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs for Fox Animation. Joyce, who had already collaborated with Wedge as a designer and producer on the 2005 film Robots.
was set to produce the film. At one point, Wedge got permission to find a new home for the film and turned to Pixar, led by John Lasseter, a close friend that Wedge knew from working on Tron. When Pixar tried to close the rights for the film and start development, Fox changed their mind, and the film returned to Fox.
The film was officially greenlit in 2009, under the title Leaf Men. In May 2012, Fox announced the final title for the film (Epic), its first cast details, and a plot. According to Wedge, he was not satisfied with the renaming.
which was decided by the marketing department. He also expressed dissatisfaction with subtitles given to the film in some non-English countries, Epic 2013 including the French subtitle, The Battle of the Secret Kingdom.
Although the film is based on and borrows many characters from Joyce’s book, its plot has been significantly changed. Wedge explained: “hile Bill wrote a wonderful book, it is a quaint story. We wanted to make a gigantic action-adventure movie.”
To address online speculations about whether the film is similar to other films, like FernGully: The Last Rainforest or Avatar, Wedge said: “I hate to associate it with other movies. It is an adventure on the scale of Star Wars. And it does immerse the audience completely in a world like Avatar. But it has its own personality.
Epic 2013 Box office:-
Produced on a budget of $93 million, Epic grossed $107,518,682 in North America, and $160,907,952 in other countries, for a worldwide total of $268,426,634. In North America, the film earned $9.3 million on its opening day and opened to number four in its first weekend.
with $33,531,068, behind Fast & Furious 6, The Hangover Part III, and Star Trek Into Darkness. In its second weekend, the film dropped to number five, grossing an additional $16,616,310. In its third weekend, the film stayed at number five, grossing $11,876,003. In its fourth weekend, the film dropped to number seven, grossing $6,284,905.