Fresh off that great poster with the tagline that hopefully earned somebody from the marketing department a well-deserved promotion, the new poster for February’s A Good Day to Die Hard opts for a tagline-free look at the McClane boys — papa John and son Jack — holding identical really big guns and staring off-camera. Maybe they’re staring at a helicopter they’re going to shoot at. Maybe, given the movie’s Moscow setting, they are staring at President Vladimir Putin, and Putin is saying something like “Do you really sink you heff a chawnce against us, cowboys?” (Putin has a German accent, for some reason.) Anyhow, they’re definitely looking at something, and it’s probably about to explode. Take a look below, and click on the image for a bigger look at the carnage. READ FULL STORY »
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Are you in need of a Monday afternoon pick-me-up? Then check out the two jacked hotties (i.e. Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) gracing the latest poster for Michael Bay’s Pain & Gain below.
That wily J.J. Abrams: He gives us just enough yummy crumbs to tantalize our taste buds for the full meal. His latest tease, the poster for next summer’s Star Trek Into Darkness, is just such an appetizer platter. It contains a handful of surprising clues as to what he’s got cooking for his follow-up to his 2009 reboot of the Star Trek franchise, clues designed to ignite deep-dish geek outs across our glorious planet. So let’s not waste any more time and begin considering each of these engaging morsels one by one: READ FULL STORY »
The man who fights for truth, justice, and the American way — a criminal? That’s the provocative suggestion in the newest poster for Man of Steel, which hit the web on Monday. It features Henry Cavill as Superman, flanked by U.S. soldiers, his wrists bound together in handcuffs that you know he could accidentally snap in half if he so much as got the hiccups. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY »
Paramount tweeted the first poster for Star Trek Into Darkness, and the evocative image has a decidedly gritty Earthly vibe. The final-frontier franchise built upon the ambitious credo to “go where no man has gone before” is grounded firmly, without any of the Enterprise‘s crew in sight. Instead, we see the back of a Neo-garbed Benedict Cumberbatch, emerging unscathed from urban destruction (of his own making?) and looking out towards a futuristic metropolis. With Cumberbatch standing atop the rubble, the devastation frames him with an iconic emblem. See it below and click on it to see it even larger: READ FULL STORY »
The three-piece puzzle that is the banner poster for Disney’s Oz The Great and Powerful has been completed, but don’t expect your most essential questions to be answered. Notably, which old witch is the Wicked Witch of the West? Internet opinion was mixed when the first panel of the poster revealed a green-faced, crow-nosed bombshell striding through some haunted woods. Was it Mila Kunis? Or Rachel Weisz?
The newest reveal is not immediately helpful, as both Kunis and Weisz appear with James Franco’s wizard-to-be as he and Michelle Williams’ good-witch look skyward at some approaching danger — Twister? Monkeys? A broom-rocketed sky-writer? — while Emerald City looms in the background. Kunis wears Kate Winslet’s embarkment hat from Titanic and Weisz is dressed like a Boardwalk Empire dame, so the mystery remains. (Though Kunis’ character does wear similar boots to the Wicked Witch…)
Jump below for the complete image, and click on it three times and say, “There’s no place like home” to see a larger version. READ FULL STORY »
Send in the flying monkeys!
In the second of three panel posters from Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful, (the first one featured the witch… at least one of them) the unusual creatures of the magical kingdom are on full display.
Witches Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz are absent here, but James Franco’s ill-fated air balloon — which we first saw in the trailer — hovers over a menagerie of characters and objects that seem borrowed from Alice in Wonderland. There even seem to be two different species of flying monkeys: one helpful, one not so much.
Check out the poster below: READ FULL STORY »
It’s not easy being green. Especially if you’re a witch in the land of Oz. In the first of three complementary panel posters for Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful, Mila Kunis — or is it Rachel Weisz? — looks much more seductive than Margaret Hamilton ever did in the 1939 classic, what with a sexy, tight-fitting black leather number.
In the trailer for the film, Kunis’ naive Theodora was sweet, perfectly flesh-toned, and dressed like a British royal, while Weisz’s more worldly Evanora seemed more partial to this witch’s black wardrobe. This witch marches left to right, from the West, but which actress rules that realm? The loser gets a house dropped on her head.
Judge for yourself below. READ FULL STORY »
You don’t want to make the Wolverine angry — especially in his newest movie.
That was the main takeaway from today’s live Q&A with The Wolverine star Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold (Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma), which EW exclusively announced last week. Over and over, the two made a point of noting that their film would explore the aspects of Wolvie’s famed berserker rage. “His ultimate weapon is his rage,” said Jackman. “If you look at all the mutants, there are other mutants with stronger powers — on paper. But who’s the person you least want to annoy? Wolverine.”
The actor and filmmaker had a few other surprising revelations about their film, due to open July 26, 2013. Check out their top five below, along with the film’s new teaser poster that evokes the film’s Japanese setting, below: READ FULL STORY »
'A Good Day to Die Hard' poster has the only tagline a 'Die Hard' movie set in Russia would ever need -- EXCLUSIVE
Here’s a first look at the new teaser poster for A Good Day to Die Hard, and while it’s about as minimalist as Bruce Willis’ hairstyle, it still tells us pretty much everything we need to know about the new movie: Bruce is back, most of the action will take place in Russia, and there’s a decent chance the franchise will remain PG-13 friendly, you no-good melon farmer. Oh, and Jai Courtney will be joining as Jack McClane, John’s estranged son — but that can presumably wait until the next batch of promotional materials.
The tagline is a thing of groan-worthy beauty, combining McClane’s trademark catchphrase and wit with his penchant for getting into trouble at an exponentially increasing rate: First a skyscraper, then an airport, then a city, then a country, and now finally the world. One can only assume this will be setting up the sixth film, where McClane hitches a ride on a Russian rocket to do battle with the third Gruber brother, Franz, aboard the International Space Station. Or something like that. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY »