Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is only a few weeks away from release, and that means it’s time to go pick up your tickets for opening weekend if you just can’t wait to see how humans totally mishandle this dinosaur situation all over again.
To help spread the word about the blockbuster sequel, a new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom poster has been released that you’ll be able to snag if you get your tickets through Fandango. However, we’re not sure if this poster is supposed to be a parody of movie posters or not. Because it’s a really dumb poster. Read More »
With Incredibles 2 on the horizon, we’re going to see a lot of sneak peeks at upcoming animated fare, and since Pixar Animation is under the Disney banner, the House of Mouse isn’t going to miss out on an opportunity to promote another upcoming animated sequel.
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 doesn’t hit theaters until this fall, but it’s time for us to get another glimpse at the sequel that will take the video game bad guy whose not so bad into the scary world of the internet. Before a new trailer arrives on Monday, a new poster has arrived online showing us the world wide web in the form of a bright metropolis. Read More »
Sure, the action-comedy Hotel Artemis looks like a bit of a John Wick knock-off, but it also looks like a really fun John Wick knock-off, with a killer cast to boot. And a brand new trailer (plus a whole slew of character posters) is here to introduce you to that cast.
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How to Train Your Dragon 3, or rather, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, has been in the works for years. Originally announced in 2012 for release in 2016, the third and final installment of the DreamWorks Animation franchise is now slated to arrive in March of 2019. After just learning the title of the anticipated sequel back in April, we’re finally getting a glimpse at what the story will offer thanks to a new poster and the promise of the first trailer arriving next week. Read More »
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is putting the past behind it — but that may have dire consequences for the future of humankind. While 2015’s Jurassic World was steeped in the nostalgia for Steven Spielberg’s beloved Jurassic Park movies, Fallen Kingdom is done with the park. Instead, the latest TV spot and poster attempt to bring us into “the future” with the deadliest dinosaur the franchise has seen yet.
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Disney is already having a huge summer thanks to the record-smashing success of Avengers: Infinity War from Marvel Studios and that will likely continue with millions more being raked in thanks to Solo: A Star Wars Story this weekend. But next month, Disney will finally have one of their more family friendly adventures hitting the big screen, and it’s something audiences have been wanting to see for 14 years.
Incredibles 2 rounds up the superhero family from Pixar’s hit animated adventure that debuted in 2004. But this time, the Incredibles and their buddy Frozone aren’t the only superheroes on the scene. There are the new wannaabe supers that we’ve heard a bit about, and a new promo video for Incredibles 2 shows off more of them. Plus, there’s a new batch of international character posters you can check out too. Read More »
The “boy and his dog” genre has proven to be a staple of cinema across the world, and I guess there are only so many of those kinds of movies you can make before you arrive at one inevitable conclusion: what if the dog was a robot? Strap in and check out the new AXL trailer below.
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Today we’re debuting an exclusive poster for American Animals, an upcoming movie that tells the amazing true story of one of the most audacious art heists in American history. Check out this slick new American Animals poster below. Read More »
The 13th annual Texas Frightmare Weekend is fast-approaching, and with the return of the popular horror convention comes some stunning Mondo horror posters that will likely be must-owns for any horror movie fan.
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Next month will bring Solo: A Star Wars Story to the big screen, and we’ll see how Star Wars fans react when the film gives a beloved character a full origin story without the actor who originally played him. Disney and Lucasfilm seem confident that Han Solo will bring audiences into theaters, and it sounds like they think there’s franchise potential here.
Solo: A Star Wars Story star Alden Ehrenreich, who has the Herculean task of fitting into the shoes previously filled by Harrison Ford, recently sat down for an interview where he seemingly and accidentally revealed that he’s signed on for three total Star Wars movies at Lucasfilm. Read More »