"The Dark Knight Rises" is rumored to premiere its first official teaser trailer alongside the theatrical release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" later this week. What's not a rumor, however, is this week's debut of the first official poster from the film.
First unveiled over at the movie's official website, the first poster for Christopher Nolan's third and final Batman installment sets the stage for an astonishing amount of carnage and mayhem.
Check it out past the jump!
In one year from now, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is swinging back into theaters — and when he does, he'll bring a whole lot of reality with him.
Speaking with Collider, "The Amazing Spider-Man" screenwriter Steve Kloves revealed that his upcoming vision of Peter Parker would be much more grounded in reality than previous incarnations of the Marvel Comics icon.
"I don’t know how this is gonna turn out, but I wrote this very, very naturalistically," said Kloves. "A lot of humor, but naturalistic humor, not jokes. But really trying to make them seem like real characters. I think Peter Parker’s a great character, and I certainly think Emma’s character is a fantastic character, Gwen. I wouldn’t have done [the movie] if they wanted me to do, ‘Hey look in the sky!’ I don’t know how to do that, I can’t do that."
It's a good thing that Superman is faster than a speeding bullet, because he'll have to outfly a veritable army's arsenal when "Man of Steel" arrives.
Zack Snyder's developing adaptation of the classic DC Comics superhero is trucking along quite smoothly in the casting process, and after recently adding "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" veteran Christopher Meloni as a military official, the director is enlisting yet another actor for the movie's armed forces.
Heat Vision reports that "Dollhouse" actor Harry Lennix is the latest cast member aboard "Man of Steel," which arrives in theaters in December 2012. The site notes that the character's description is so far "shrouded in mystery," though he'll play "a high-ranking military officer named Sgt. Stanwick."
"The Dark Knight" won't rise again for another year still, but it's never too early for a first look at Batman's war on crime.
To that end, it looks like we'll be catching an early glimpse at "The Dark Knight Rises" in just a few short days. Our friends at Superhero Hype have received a tip that Christopher Nolan's final Batman movie will debut its first teaser trailer (and a teaser poster) to coincide with the theatrical release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" this coming Friday.
"The Walking Dead" doesn't shamble its rotting corpse back onto TV screens for another few months, but if you're hungry for brains, we've got something to whet your appetite… kind of, at least.
An alleged new trailer for the second season of AMC's survival horror series hit the web late yesterday evening, a slow-motion spot that showcases southern lawman Rick Grimes squaring off against an oncoming horde of the walking dead.
It's a very cool video — and you can see it after the jump — but sadly, it's also fake.
"This Walking Dead Season 2 teaser that is making the rounds online is very cool... but it's NOT a real teaser. Just letting people know," comic book creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman clarified on Twitter last night.
"The Dark Knight Rises" doesn't hit theaters until July 2012, but you'll have another opportunity to visit Gotham City much sooner than that thanks to "Batman: Year One," the next installment in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series — and we've got an extensive first look at the film for you today.
We're more than pleased to present the very first trailer for "Batman: Year One," co-directors Sam Liu and Lauren Montgomery's animated adaptation of the classic Frank Miller comic book story of the same name.
Rumor goggles on, folks — we're about to dive into some seriously weird territory.
In the comic book movie space, there's no question that Stan Lee is the king of the cameo. The Marvel mastermind is mostly relegated to Marvel movies, however, despite his desire to show up in a Batman flick. Still, if Stan can't book a trip to Gotham City, that's not saying another famous face won't make a surprise appearance.
MovieWeb points us to a huge rumor stemming from Floss Magazine's Twitter account, which states: "Hollywood big wigs confirmed actor Adam West (Batman on the TV series) will make a cameo on 'The Dark Knight Rises' set to open July 20, 2012."
It won't be long now before you get your first taste of "Steel," as director Zack Snyder prepares himself to fly off into outer orbit with his own original take on the Superman mythos. If the recent onslaught of casting announcements didn't already have you excited for the big blue boy scout's big-screen comeback, perhaps some pictures from — or of, rather — the set might do the trick.
Superman Homepage (via Superhero Hype) has posted new images of what look to be some of the various set pieces in "Man of Steel," Snyder and Warner Bros.' developing Superman reboot. The Plano, Illinois-constructed set looks very much like a recreation of Smallville, Kansas — Clark Kent's post-Krypton hometown, naturally — with assorted buildings and structures showing off various degrees of damage.
Check out a photo from the set after the jump!
Just in time to coincide with the second trailer for "Captain America: The First Avenger," MTV News proudly presents our report from the set of the star-spangled superhero's big-screen debut!
MTV Movies Blog Editor Josh Wigler visited the Marvel Comics adaptation's Shepperton Studios set in September 2010, and you'll hear all about it throughout the day right here at Splash Page.
Chris Evans is gone now and the Red Skull is standing in front of me. For a minute, I feel as though I've been whipped up into the clouds by a hurricane and dropped without warning into the Marvel-ous land of my childhood. Close, but not quite: instead, it's September 2010 and I'm in the United Kingdom on the set of "Captain America," and sure enough, standing in front of me is acting legend Hugo Weaving, covered head to toe in full Red Skull regalia, makeup and all.
We have two minutes to speak with him. They are the most surreal two minutes of my life as a professional nerd.