Marvel Studios already made their big presentation at The D23 Expo, but that wasn’t all they had to show off to fans eager to see more from the upcoming Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The first Black Widow poster has been revealed from The D23 show floor, showing off not only a new suit for Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, but also our first look at David Harbour suited up as Alexei, the Red Guardian, as well as the rest of the supporting cast. Check out the new Black Widow poster below, and also get a glimpse at some new concept art with Natasha sporting a significantly different look than we’re used to seeing her in. Read More »
This morning’s D23 Expo presentation featured lots of new footage from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but while it doesn’t seem as if that footage is going to make its way online any time soon, here’s one new look at the movie that is online: a brand new poster, featuring a lightsaber battle between Rey and Kylo Ren. Check it out in full below. Read More »
The D23 Expo is officially underway, and while the first burst of news was chock-full of theme park updates, that’s not all that’s coming out of Disney’s big convention. Don’t forget that Disney+ is coming this fall, and the House of Mouse is making a big push for some of the original shows and (not so original) movies coming to the streaming service. All over The D23 Expo are official new D23 Disney+ posters for The Mandalorian, the remake of Lady and the Tramp, High School Musical: The Musical, and more. Read More »
It Chapter Two will terrify audiences next month, and as we get closer and closer to the horror sequel, you can expect to see an increase in publicity material. That includes two creepy new posters which put Pennywise the Dancing Clown right up in your face, ready to give you a slew of nightmares. It’s a stark departure from the posters for the first movie, which tended to keep Pennywise in the shadows. See the new It Chapter Two posters below. Read More »
When the first posters for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood dropped online, they didn’t inspire much confidence for emulating the 1960s glamor that Quentin Tarantino’s film would supposedly capture. Appearing to be lazily Photoshopped images of stars Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie leaning against a lot of cars, sometimes with the Hollywood sign in the background, those posters quickly became the target of much mockery.
But then a vintage-inspired one-sheet by in-demand poster artist Steven Chorney, an ’80s artist best known for his poster for 1986’s Labyrinth, put all those concerns to bed. Chorney’s vibrant, eye-catching poster would soon prove to be the standard by which the following real and fake posters for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood would be held. And if you’ve seen the film, you may have noticed somet of these Once Upon a Time in Hollywood fake movie posters all featuring DiCaprio’s washed-up actor Rick Dalton.
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Christopher Nolan loves to both wear vests and play things close to them. While I wouldn’t consider him a “mystery box” guy like J.J. Abrams – he doesn’t really dabble in twists – he is concerned with preserving the theatrical experience. In Nolan’s mind, the less you know going into a movie, the better it will be. So when it comes time for a new Nolan movie, I tend to feel sympathetic towards the marketing departments that have to work extra hard to avoid giving away anything.
Case in point: the Tenet teaser trailer is currently playing in theaters before Hobbs and Shaw, but it’s yet to be officially released online.
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Lens flare? Check. Digitally enhanced vineyard? Check. Dog? Check. Picard showing off his money maker? Double check. The new Star Trek Picard poster gives us yet another look at Patrick Stewart‘s return to the Trek universe, and it immediately distinguishes itself from most Trek-related material by being rooted on terra firma.
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If you didn’t see Avengers: Endgame enough in theaters the first time, or you’re just interested in seeing what bonus footage Marvel Studios has been saving up, we have good news. The film is officially coming back to theaters everywhere this weekend, and tickets are on sale right now. And for all you fans out there who loved the movie 3,000, there’s an exclusive poster that you’ll only be able to get when you buy a ticket for the Avengers Endgame re-release (while supplies last). Check it out below. Read More »
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Spider-Man: Far From Home swings into theaters just before Independence Day next month, picking up Peter Parker’s story immediately after the epic events of Avengers: Endgame. Still reeling from the death of his mentor, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Peter must try to move on, be the hero that Tony wanted him to be, but still enjoy life as a teenager on a European vacation. And there’s no better way for him to move forward than by giving himself new Spidey suits, as seen on new international banners. Read More »
Sony has released two new movie posters within hours of each other and they could not be more different. The first, a poster for Quentin Tarantino‘s highly anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, finally gives the film its first great one-sheet, while the second, for Spider-Man: Far From Home…does not.
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