Mondo has already done posters for Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, so it was inevitable we’d soon find out what they had in store for Iron Man 3. The answer consists of three posters by two different artists, Martin Ansin and Phantom City Creative. They’ll go on sale Friday and you can see them in full below. Read More »
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Posted on Monday, April 29th, 2013 by Angie Han
Today’s Sequel Bits veers from deeply romantic to adorably funny to bone-chillingly creepy. After the jump:
- Star Trek and Kick-Ass 2 get rated by the MPAA
- Todd Phillips is pretty sure Hangover II is brilliant
- The producers of Paranormal 4 are getting sued
- Chris Pine chats about Kirk’s self doubt in Star Trek
- See more Celine and Jesse pics from Before Midnight
- See posters for Monsters University and V/H/S/2
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Briefly: You may remember last year’s South by Southwest film festival when I wrote a blog about appearing in a documentary. That documentary, Just Like Being There directed by Scout Shannon, is now available on Netflix Instant. It’s a carefree journey through the world of limited edition gig posters, told through the music of festivals like SXSW and more.
Eventually, it gets to Mondo and the current movie poster craze, where you can my embarrassing contribution, but if you’re bored this weekend and looking for a flick, there are many worse ways you can spend 90 minutes. Here’s the direct link.
Posted on Friday, April 26th, 2013 by Angie Han
Netflix reveals posters, stills, and a clip from the new season of Arrested Development. Also after the jump:
- What was the unaired original Game of Thrones pilot like?
- Yahoo gets exclusive access to the 38-season SNL archive
- Corey Stoll lands Guillermo del Toro‘s FX drama The Strain
- AMC forays into the science-fiction genre with Line of Sight
- Hannibal‘s unaired episode has been turned into a web series
- See a new poster and pic from the newly revived The Killing
- Watch a trailer for The Rock‘s new reality competition show
- Peek behind the scenes of Christopher Guest‘s Family Tree
- Dexter conducts his final symphony in an artsy new trailer
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Everyone has to die and, if you’re going to be killed, getting knocked off by Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan is a pretty good way to go. They’re the stars of Violet & Daisy, the directorial debut of Oscar-winning screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher. In the film, Bledel and Ronan play teen assassins forced to reexamine their carefree, killer lives when they run into a shut-in played by James Gandolfini.
It opens on June 7 and /Film is proud to exclusively debut the film’s one sheet, which you can see a tease of above. Read More »
I want to perform an experiment. I want to walk into a movie theater with a friend who has no idea what Guillermo del Toro‘s Pacific Rim is. We’d stroll by the latest poster. I won’t say anything about the poster, I’ll just see if they notice it. Because they will. And the reaction will most likely be, “Oh wow, I want to see that movie right the f**k now.”
The latest poster for del Toro’s monsters vs. aliens mega film promises big things. And it’s as eye-catching and awesome as we expect the film to be. It’s out July 12, check out the poster below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 by Angie Han
With the opening of J.J. Abrams‘ Star Trek Into Darkness just around the corner, we can hardly turn around these days without stumbling across a new trailer or clip or TV spot. Today we have two new videos. The first is the Japanese trailer, which contains a bit of new footage, and the second is a promo centered on Spock (Zachary Quinto) and voiced by John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch).
In inanimate marketing, meanwhile, we have a new still of the other, non-Enterprise ship that’s been spotted in promos, plus character posters for Spock, John Harrison, Kirk (Chris Pine), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Carol Marcus (Alice Eve), Sulu (John Cho), Bones (Karl Urban), Scotty (Simon Pegg), and Chekov (Anton Yelchin). See it all after the jump.
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Back in 2010, Marvel hired artist Olly Moss to make a special poster for the cast and crew of Thor. The resulting image, never available for public purchase, blended a bunch of iconic imagery from the film into the outline of Mjolnir. Last year Moss was asked to do similar work for the sequel, Thor: The Dark World. Now that the first trailer has debuted, he has debuted the finished product to the public.
As with work for most sequels, Moss was even more ambitious this time around. He settled on one main image, but for each principal cast member Moss drew custom versions of their character and inserted them into their own poster. Below, see a selection of the images. Read More »