Wonder Woman Trailer

We’re a little over two weeks out from Wonder Woman becoming the first female superhero to get her own big screen adventure all to herself. The marketing onslaught is in full swing, and box office tracking has the opening weekend landing anywhere between $65 million on the lower end up to $105 million on the higher end. More than likely, it will end up somewhere in the middle around the $85 million mark, but two weeks is a lot of time for a studio to convince audiences to see a movie.

The United States isn’t the only place where Wonder Woman is getting a huge push. In fact, our latest look at Diana Prince’s adventures in World War I comes from a Chinese trailer that has plenty of new footage from the action on the battlefield. However, Warner Bros. Pictures is still keeping Ares hidden away from sight for the time being, though there is the tiniest glimpse of the villain from a distance in this trailer.

Watch the new international Wonder Woman trailer below. Read More »

aquaman villain rumors

Aquaman‘s villain roster is in serious danger of overflowing.

Not only will Jason Momoa‘s Aquaman be facing off against Black Manta, Ocean Master and King Nereus, he will reportedly have to fight off the carnivorous critters known as The Trench. If that name doesn’t sound familiar, that’s because these sea creatures are a fairly new addition to the DC Comics canon — playing a pivotal part in Aquaman‘s New 52 relaunch.

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King Arthur Legend of the Sword Trailer - Charlie Hunnam

Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword shares its DNA with the big action movies of the late ‘90s/early 2000s. As insane as the proceedings become, there’s not a lick of shame or self-consciousness to be found anywhere; instead, there’s a rowdy energy and a penchant for some truly inspired visual spectacle. Granted, this heritage also comes with its own set of problems, and it’s the beats in which the movie adheres most closely to the template it’s cut from that are its weakest.

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Jude law

Initially scheduled to come out almost ten months ago, Guy Ritchie‘s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword finally opens in theaters this Friday. Unfortunately, it’s going up against Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 without the most promising buzz. Early reviews haven’t been kind to the film, and box-office analysts don’t see it going beyond $25 million this weekend. It is the new movie from Guy Ritchie, though, whose name, reviews be damned, is enough to get some of us to the theater.

Below, watch the King Arthur: Legend of the Sword featurette on Vortigern (Jude Law).

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Wonder Woman Trailer

Wonder Woman is one of the biggest question marks of this Summer. In this year’s Summer Movie Wager, some people had it in the middle of the top 10, while others merely included it as a dark horse. It’s the fourth film in Warner Bros’ DC Extended Universe, which began with Man of Steel, and typically those movies have made around $300-$330 million. But DC fans have already been complaining about the lack of marketing for the company’s first female-driven superhero franchise – even Suicide Squad seemed to be marketed more.

But the initial box office tracking has now been revealed. What does it tell us about the Wonder Woman box office prospects? Find out below.

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new heat blu-ray

Released in 1995, Michael Mann’s Heat has spent the past 22 years embedding itself into pop culture consciousness. It’s hard to think of a crime movie (or even a crime video game) made in the past two decades that doesn’t owe it some kind of debt. This is Mann at his biggest and glossiest, his coolest and his grimmest, his most realistic and his most fantastical. It’s the three-hour action epic of our dreams.

With the new “Director’s Definitive Edition” Blu-ray on sale this week, Jacob Hall and Jack Giroux sat down to talk about Heat, what makes a Michael Mann movie, and yes, that rightfully famous shootout.

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Blade Runner 2049 trailer breakdown 37

The Blade Runner 2049 trailer arrived earlier today and it is a glorious thing. Filled with stunning and beautiful moments, the film being advertised here certainly looks like a worthy successor to 1982’s Blade Runner, which is nothing short of a masterpiece. And since there’s so much going on here, there’s only one thing to do – we must go through the whole thing frame-by-frame.

While we aren’t privy to any spoilers (we know nothing about this film), consider this a warning: we may accidentally spoil key plot points will mulling over this trailer.

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blade runner 2049 trailer

The original 1982 Blade Runner isn’t just one of the best science fiction movies ever made – it’s one of the most influential, with its overcrowded, rainy, beautiful, bleak, and neon-lit vision of a future Los Angeles continuing to inform how the genre looks to this very day. A sequel is a risky proposition. How do you follow-up a movie whose very aesthetic has become commonplace to the point of cliche?

Well, you can start by hiring director Denis Villeneuve and cinematographer Roger Deakins, who look to have taken Ridley Scott’s original vision and fine-tuned it for 2017 audiences in a big, bold away. At the very least, the new Blade Runner 2049 trailer makes it pretty clear that this long-gestating sequel will look stunning.

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Wonder Woman Trailer

Now that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is in theaters, the road is clear for Warner Bros. Pictures to push their marketing campaign for Wonder Woman to full throttle. Over the past week, the studio has really ramped up the promotion for their summer blockbuster, which marks the first time a female superhero is getting their own movie. Now a new trailer shows off even more from the next installment of the DC Extended Universe.

Watch the new Wonder Woman trailer after the jump. Read More »

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Edge of Tomorrow 2

When Edge of Tomorrow hit theaters back in 2014, it wasn’t as big of a success as Warner Bros. Pictures hoped. The sci-fi blockbuster pulled in $100 million at the domestic box office with another $270 coming from the rest of the world for a total of $370 million, which isn’t bad for a movie on a budget of $178 million, but it wasn’t a runaway hit. Still, a sequel was put into development last year with director Doug Liman back behind the camera and Race writers Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse scripting the sequel.

Now we have an update on Edge of Tomorrow 2 that includes the official title for the sequel, as well as confirmation of the return of both leads from the first film. Find out what Doug Liman had to say about development below. Read More »