Hugh Jackman promised we’d see a big reveal from the next Wolverine movie this week, and this morning he delivered. The actor has just shared the first official poster for the film, which reveals that the official title is… drumroll please… Logan. Check out the Logan poster below, plus a little peek at the script. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 by Peter Sciretta
Over the weekend at a Russian Comic Con, Disney revealed a new Russian poster for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Not only is the poster cool, but it may give us a clue as to what rating to expect when the movie hits theaters in the U.S. Hit the jump to take a look at this cool Russian Rogue One poster and learn more.
Posted on Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 by Peter Sciretta
Walt Disney Pictures has revealed the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales teaser poster ahead of the first trailer debut which will happen tonight. Hit the jump to find out when the first teaser trailer for the fifth Pirates of the Carribean movie will air, and also get a glimpse at the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales teaser poster in full.
Posted on Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 by Peter Sciretta
To accompany our set visit coverage, Walt Disney Pictures has given us a bunch of new Doctor Strange photos and three posters to debut. I’ve included clips from our Doctor Strange on-set interviews along with these new photos to give you a deeper look at the film and the new Marvel characters it introduces.
Update: We have three more Doctor Strange character posters to debut, hit the jump to see them now.
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Posted on Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 by Angie Han
It may not be as long-lived as The Simpsons or South Park or Family Guy, but Futurama will forever and always have a special place in our hearts. Matt Groening‘s animated sci-fi sitcom was as lovably oddball as its characters — the kind of show that can laugh at the end of the universe, wring heartfelt romance out of a Magic School Bus-esque adventure, and rib Star Trek and its fans with the affection of a fellow fan.
Now, in honor of this weird and wonderful series, artist Dan Mumford has unveiled a new Futurama piece titled “You Guys Realize You Live in a Sewer, Right?” Check it out, and get all the details on how you can grab one, below.
Posted on Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
Whether you like it or not, the release of the new Power Rangers movie is getting closer. We’re still waiting to get a teaser trailer for the adaptation of the imported live-action series that made waves in the 1990s and has seen over 20 different iterations since then, and now we have word that the first footage from the movie will debut at New York Comic-Con on Saturday, October 8th.
To ramp up the excitement leading up to the footage debut, a new batch of Power Rangers teaser posters have arrived, giving us a glimpse of each of the Zords, the colossal assault vehicles that can be called upon and piloted by each of the warriors. Check them out below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 by Jacob Hall
Here’s my John Wick story. I attended an early morning Fantastic Fest press screening of Chad Stahelski and David Leitch convinced that I was about to watch a B-movie that was one hair away from going straight to DVD. When the credits rolled, I was fairly sure that I had just watched one of the best action movies in years and the rare movie to fully understand how to fully utilize the very specific weapon that is Keanu Reeves. Embargoed, I spent the rest of the day waiting for the film to premiere before an audience of real people, concerned that I was too tired to know what I was watching and that I was wrong about John Wick. Two years later, I’ve watched it at least a dozen times. It’s near-perfect cinematic comfort food.
And oh yeah, a new poster for John Wick: Chapter 2 has arrived, and I’m not even going to try to contain my excitement for what is easily one of my most anticipated movies of 2017.
Posted on Thursday, September 1st, 2016 by Jack Giroux
There’s no shortage of film to TV adaptations in the works. Rarely do these television remakes offer fresh and exciting new visions, but that doesn’t look to be the case with HBO’s Westworld, which was delayed and ran into some production troubles. The series seems to pick up Michael Crichton‘s original idea and just runs as far as possible with it. Jonathan Nolan, J.J. Abrams, and Lisa Joy‘s reimagining is expanding on the themes, ideas, and world perhaps not fully explored in Crichton’s thin but charming sci-fi film.
We recently saw another stellar trailer for the HBO series. Below, you can now see the Westworld poster.
Mondo Debuts a New Poster for ‘Hell or High Water,’ Bottleneck Gallery Returns to the ‘Alien’ Series
Posted on Friday, August 19th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
It’s a good day to be a poster fan, as both Mondo and Bottleneck Gallery have revealed new posters, albeit for very different movies. As part of the film’s expanded release this week, Mondo has debuted a poster for the crime drama/modern western Hell or High Water. And because you don’t need an excuse to celebrate beloved movies, Bottleneck is releasing two posters dedicated to Alien and Aliens.
Posted on Monday, August 15th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
A widely released action movie starring Tom Cruise shouldn’t need people rushing to its defense, but I’ve spent the past four years sticking up for Jack Reacher. Christopher McQuarrie’s cinematic take on Lee Child‘s long-running series of novels about a homeless military police veteran who wanders the country solving problems with both his keen wits and his fists is nothing short of fantastic, an old-school, small-scale thriller that feels like it was made for, well, adults. The action is rough and intimate. The central mystery thoroughly engaging. The characters are rich and often very funny. It even features a brilliantly staged, low-key car chase that puts the bombast of most modern blockbusters to shame. Jack Reacher is the real deal.
As we approach the October release date of the sequel, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, I find myself equally excited and trepidatious in equal measure. Cruise is back, but McQuarrie is not, with Edward Zwick now sitting in the director’s chair. Zwick has made good movies and bad movies, but he’s a solid journeyman when paired with the right material. Is a Jack Reacher sequel the right material? Can a new poster and extended TV spot answer that question?