We still don’t know very much about the Mandarin, the villain in this summer’s Iron Man 3 played by Ben Kingsley. In the comic books, the character was a Chinese man who variously used alien technology and magic in his ongoing attempts to conquer and/or destroy the world. In a new poster tweeted by Marvel, the Kingsley character certainly looks quite a bit different: He wears the Mandarin’s ten rings, but his outfit sort of suggests Osama Bin Laden going to a Last Emperor theme party. He also has a totally sweet set of shades. Check out the image below: READ FULL STORY
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Residents of Panem, get ready. The Victory Tour has officially begun.
After winning the 74th annual Hunger Games, it’s only natural that Katniss and Peeta embark on the demanded tour to visit all the districts. And that’s just what the first official poster for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire depicts. The fun twist is that the poster is actually advertising the Victory Tour as opposed to the movie, something the Hunger Games’ official Facebook page is also playing along with. The Facebook page posted today, “The Capitol proudly announces the victors of the 74th annual Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen & Peeta Mellark, as they embark on this year’s Victory Tour! Stay tuned to The Capitol PN for updates…”
Check out the full poster from Facebook below: READ FULL STORY
Kristen Wiig got her roadside groove on for Chris O’Dowd in Bridesmaids, but now it’s O’Dowd’s turn to show off his moves. Evidence is below, in the EW exclusive poster for his Aussie, ’60s-set film The Sapphires. READ FULL STORY
Black Rock starts out looking like a typical chick flick, with three lifelong girlfriends played by Lake Bell, Kate Bosworth, and Katie Aselton reuniting for a roughing-it retreat in the sticks of a semi-remote Maine island. Girls weekend! Wahoo! But they’re soon forced to practice a more serious brand of bonding when they’re discovered by a group of pseudo-threatening male hunters at their campsite. “It gets all Deliverance-y,” said John Cooper, the director of the Sundance Film Festival, where the psychological thriller debuted in 2012.
Aselton, who’s best known for being one of the boys on TV’s The League (and being married to actor/filmmaker Mark Duplass, who penned the script), directed the movie. “Things go terribly wrong,” Aselton told EW at Sundance. “And it’s the worst-case scenario.”
Click below for the exclusive poster, which features a mountain silhouette that only emphasizes Paramount’s missed marketing opportunity in not acquiring the film. (LD Distribution snapped it up at Sundance for a reported $1 million.) READ FULL STORY
Paramount is gradually ramping up their mystery-filled promotion for Star Trek Into Darkness. J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated sequel to his 2009 reboot of the franchise just got a motion poster that meshes together some elements of the movie’s first teaser and first poster.
Check out the living one-sheet that features rubble-as-Star Trek insignia and a Benedict Cumberbatch voiceover below (and no, there are still no more clues about who he’s playing. Did you really think there would be?). READ FULL STORY
The Best Picture nominees have gotten a pop art facelift. Not that the nine Oscar contenders needed a facelift of any kind, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – along with Gallery1988 – still found a way to produce a fresh, eye-popping take on now-iconic images from these films.
The Academy recently released nine posters, one for each nominee, created by an international group of artists, many of whom have worked with Gallery1988 before.
Called “For Your Consideration,” the project is the first collaborative exhibition for Gallery1988 and the Academy. The Los Angeles gallery’s past entertainment-related poster collections include “Fringe Benefits,” which featured art inspired by fan-favorite episodes of Fringe, and The LOST Underground Art Show. READ FULL STORY
Check out the poster for Mira Nair's adaptation of 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO
On April 26, IFC Films will release director Mira Nair’s adaptation of Mohsin Hamid‘s 2007 best-seller, The Reluctant Fundamentalist. (Nair’s previous credits include 2004′s Vanity Fair and 2001′s Monsoon Wedding.) Starring Riz Ahmed (Four Lions), Kate Hudson, Kiefer Sutherland, and Liev Schreiber, the drama, which opened last year’s Venice Film Festival, follows a young Pakistani man whose pursuit of material success on Wall Street consequently puts him on a path back to a world he left behind.
You can exclusively see the new poster for The Reluctant Fundamentalist below. READ FULL STORY
SXSW: Check out the shlock-tastic poster for home video documentary 'Rewind This!' -- EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Tommy Lee Jones is following up his role as Rep. Thaddeus Stevens in Lincoln with a performance as another curmudgeonly historical figure, this time as General Douglas MacArthur in the days following Japan’s World War II surrender. Jones brings the polarizing general to life in Emperor, set to open in theaters March 8. Here EW debuts the poster for the historical drama.
The darkly elegant poster features Jones in the background and co-star Matthew Fox in the foreground, with title text that incorporates the rising sun of the Japanese flag. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY
Mud, which wowed festival audiences at Cannes and Sundance, is gearing up for its nationwide release. The trailer hit the web last month, and now EW has an exclusive look at the poster for the drama starring Matthew McConaughey.
Written and directed by Take Shelter filmmaker Jeff Nichols, Mud follows a charismatic outlaw (McConaughey) as he recruits two boys who find him hiding along the banks of the Mississippi to help him reunite with his ex (Reese Witherspoon) and make a clean getaway.
Check out the poster, featuring a scruffy, grimy McConaughey, below: READ FULL STORY
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