A bunch of new posters and character banners have been released today for films including Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood, DreamWorks’ Shrek Forever After, the comic book adaptation The Losers, and a teaser poster for the third season of HBO’s True Blood. Check them out, after the jump.
Read More »
Please Recommend /Film on Facebook
DreamWorks Animation has released a second movie trailer for Shrek Forever After, the fourth and final installment of the Shrek franchise. The full length trailer will be attached to How To Train Your Dragon, which hits theaters on March 26th 2010. I probably shouldn’t say anything about that film, but I will say this — it is my favorite DreamWorks Animated film thus far. And if you see it in 3D, you’ll also see this new Shrek trailer attached in 3D as well.
Shrek on the other hand, I’m not really looking forward to. I’ve never really been a fan of the series (aside from the first film) and the new trailer hasn’t convinced me this is anything but another cash grab. It is interesting that they’re marketing the hell out of this sequel being “the final chapter” when it seems obvious to me and most everyone else that Dreamworks will be forced to revisit the series at some point in the future (if there is money to be made, it will happen). Watch the trailer embedded after the jump, and leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Read More »
So, there’s a fourth Shrek movie. After Shrek 3, that might not be a good thing. Appropriately, there is also now a trailer and a poster for the fourth Shrek movie. Shrek Forever After, announced as the final episode of the series, will massacre your eyeballs with 3D CGI goodness. Oh, wait. No. That’s Avatar. This is a weird fantasyland remake of It’s a Wonderful Life, with fart and fat jokes. Read More »
DreamWorks Animation has announced plans to release five feature films every two years, up from their previous two films a year schedule. The company cites their “three very successful franchises” as one of the reasons to produce an extra film every other year. Apparently the plan is to release one or two sequels a year, as well as an original project, all of which will be produced in digital 3D. Check out the full schedule after the jump.
Read More »