"The Amazing Spider-Man" is a little more than two months away, and at this point, we have enough posters and international trailers to last us a lifetime.
The two newest prints show a Spidey that's taken a bit of a beating, most likely by a big green monster known as the Lizard. Heard of him? Spider-Man probably familiarized himself with his reptilian foe when he took two swipes at the hero's chest.
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How could a movie event like the "Avengers" pass without Mondo doing some of their signature badass posters for it? Thankfully, we're not just getting one poster for Marvel's soon-to-be blockbuster. We're getting seven.
The Austin-based poster boutique has made a brand new series of posters for the big Marvel release, and the Huffington Post gave us a look at the first two, which single out the characters Black Widow and Hawkeye.
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You'd think that amazing extended Super Bowl spot would have been enough "Avengers" goodness to tide us over until the May 4 release, but you would be underestimating our hunger for all things Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
The two newest images come from curious places. One shows the team assembled walking toward the camera. The picture originated over at Harley-Davidson's website. According to the main page, a new contest will put the winner into a digital "Avengers" comic and win a custom cycle. The connection between the Avengers and Harley-Davidson might not be clear at first, but then again you might be Amurican! [sic] As a country, we don't have any more iconic images.
In this newly released photo of Henry Cavill's Superman, we're looking at a kinder Man of Steel: no filters, no gruff look, no bullet casings. Instead, it's Big Blue in humble mode, smiling for a posed photo with a fan on the "Man of Steel" set.
He looks like you could take him home to Mom, which is what we want from Superman: a family friendly, "aw shucks" icon protecting truth, justice and the American Way. You should feel a little safe with him, and it's a nice side that we haven't really seen before in the other stylized press photos.
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With six months to go until your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man gets a reboot, we've had only a teaser trailer, a poster and a few stills to keep anticipation high until July. Not much to go off of, and now Sony has released two more photos that may or may not get your webs spinning.
A paramount day in the world of breaking news from... a Pez dispenser.
The visage of Rhys Ifans' transformed Curt Connors aka The Lizard from "The Amazing Spider-Man" made its public debut on the famous candy dishing device. An image of two officially licensed Pez dispensers for the upcoming Sony reboot of the Spider-Man franchise showed up online early this morning with both Spider-Man and the film's main villain, The Lizard.
I'm not sure what is more straining on my eyeballs, the new poster for "Men in Black 3" or a neuralyzer shot from point blank range.
Over the holiday weekend, Collider posted a snap shot one of their readers took at a theater for the third film in the sci-fi comedy series. The description on the site says that the poster is of Tommy Lee Jone's Agent K, but even if I look at the picture as long as I physically can, I still can't for the life of me distinguish the picture as anything beyond vaguely human.
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Every day, news of in-development film projects running aground pop up on the web, but it's far less common for those projects to yield a look at what might have been.
Such is the case with the now-stalled "The Crow" reboot, which was supposed to star Bradley Cooper. After Cooper left the project this past summer, would-be director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo also parted with the film, leaving the project stuck in the mud.
Yesterday, a handful of concept art images surfaced on the web giving fans a look at what a Bradley Cooper "Crow" would have looked like, courtesy of Shock Till You Drop.
"The Dark Knight Rises" has only been in New York City since late last week, and the place is already going to pieces. Billionaire playboys need police escorts. People on motocross bikes might be abducting innocent civilians. The Batwing even needed to make an appearance to calm things down. All of this nonsense, and we haven't even begun to talk about the bomb-like sphere in the heart of the Financial District.
With leaked set photos once again abound, there's always a flurry of "The Dark Knight Rises" information floating around after a shoot as public as the two major ones that have happened in New York City so far. Both locations, Midtown and the Financial District, featured action that seems to be from the same IMAX sequence, with the Wall Street shoot taking place later chronologically.
Here's a run-down of what's gone down since Bruce Wayne turned the real-life Gotham into his own. Major spoilers ahead!
The "Green Lantern" trailer may have left fans divided, but the "Cowboys & Aliens" trailer that premiered earlier today is proving to be an impressive source of unity in the comics-to-film world.
The trailer for Jon Favreau's adaptation of the Platinum Studios graphic novel has been receiving high praise since it debuted this afternoon, and combined with its all-star cast that includes Daniel Craig, Olivia Wilde, and Harrison Ford, it's very possible that we're looking at one of next year's biggest hits.
But the trailer wasn't all that was released today from "Cowboys & Aliens." Universal Pictures has also released a set of new images from the film — some from the trailer, some brand new. Read More...