The debate over the need for 3D in the home has been decided and 3D has triumphed. Or at least that’s how I feel after being manipulated by this genius ad campaign being run by LG for their new Home Theater 3D Sound System. They took iconic movie posters and flipped them around, showing the posters from alternative angles. After the jump, read more about the campaign and see posters for Kill Bill, Forrest Gump and Pretty Woman. Read More »
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Part sequel, part spin-off, but all action-packed spy thriller, The Bourne Legacy is the rare live action summer blockbuster without aliens or superheros. It stars Jeremy Renner as an agent who, much like Matt Damon’s Jason Bourne of the first three films, is a highly trained killing machine, triggered into action in a story related to the events of those first three movies. Tony Gilroy, the screenwriter of the earlier Bourne films, who also happens to be an Oscar-nominated director, is at the helm with a supporting cast including new additions Edward Norton and Rachel Weisz as well as series regulars Albert Finney, Joan Allen and Scott Glenn.
New photos from the film have come online revealing our first look at Norton’s villain in the film and Gilroy confirmed that the shakey-cam action style pioneers in the first movies won’t be present here. There’s that and much more after the break. Read More »
Batman with a tablet? Bruce Wayne in a bathrobe? Bane sporting a new vest? Yes, yes and yes, as new images from Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises are afoot. They come from the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, the always revealing Summer Movie Preview and – no surprise – Nolan’s third and final Batman film graces the cover. Inside, six new pictures give clues to some new moments in the film and provide alternative glances at things we’ve already seen. But it’s The Dark Knight Rises and any new glimpse just brings us that much closer to July 20. Check out all the images after the jump. Read More »
Empire has a cover story on Ridley Scott‘s Prometheus, and thanks to that feature we’ve got a batch of new images, and some new info about how Ridley Scott is approaching the rating of the film.
You might remember that, last year at Comic Con, Scott said that he planned to create PG-13 and R-rated cuts of the film, as he does for most of his films, and let the studio decide which to release. He’s still in the middle of that process, and nothing has been submitted to the MPAA as yet. The new statements from Scott (which, given Empire’s lead time, could actually be a couple months old now) indicate that there is still a last decision to be made about the final rating. But he clearly favors the R. Read More »
Tim Burton has two films scheduled for release in 2012 and, earlier today, we got the trailer for the second one: Frankenweenie. That still leaves us without a good look at the Burton that comes out first, May 11th’s vampire adaptation Dark Shadows. The new issue of Vanity Fair helps curb that with some striking and evocative character portraits of stars Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Eva Green and Michelle Pfeiffer. Check them out after the jump. Read More »
We’re only a few months away from the release of Marvel’s The Avengers, which breaks new tentpole ground by bringing together characters from other big Marvel summer films, with a few new characters to round out the roster of an unlikely super-team.
But despite the approaching release date, we still haven’t seen too much in the way of official materials. There’s a brief teaser trailer, a couple international trailers and quite a few promo images, but most of those promo images look quite a lot alike. Here’s a new batch of photos that is quite a lot like previous images, in that they show the heroes in individual poses, but don’t really reveal anything about the film’s action or story. Read More »
Come July, when The Dark Knight Rises is everywhere from your TV to billboards, bus stops and almost definitely Comic Con, it won’t be newsworthy if it appears on the cover of a magazine. Six months away from release, however, everything is still a big deal. Like the fact that tickets are on sale. Or that Entertainment Weekly visited the set of Christopher Nolan‘s highly anticipated film and you can read all about it in their upcoming pop culture Forecast issue.
Read some quotes from Christian Bale, Christopher Nolan and see the new image on the cover ,after the jump. Read More »
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We obviously all love moving images. If we didn’t, we wouldn’t be reading (or writing for) a movie website. However, if you’re like me and are extremely excited for the plethora of potentially awesome movies opening in 2012, right about now you are going to love the still image. USA Today has posted their 2012 movie preview and it includes brand new photos from several of the years biggest films.
The only one that’s a true first look is The Bourne Legacy (you can look at that here) but, after the jump, check out new images from Prometheus, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Avengers, Brave, Men In Black 3, Snow White and the Huntsman and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Read More »