Tag: SUMMER MOVIES
About a week before their panel at this year's Comic Con, WB has released brand new posters for The Hobbit and Pacific Rim. Check them both out below.
Yesterday, the first ever screening of The Dark Knight Rises was shown to a group of very, very lucky people. And now, a couple of outlet have scooped up some early thoughts. And what did they think of the film? Well, from what they say, we might just be in for the best Batman film yet.
In general, I would say I'm a pretty big fan of Seth MacFarlane. Well I agree with the consensus at this point that Family Guy is a god awful show, that wasn't always the case; there was once a time when Family Guy was clever, funny, and an overall great show. And even if that one has fallen off the rails lately, I don't really blame MacFarlane for it (rumor has it that even he agrees that the show should have ended years ago). He's still a terrific talent, with one of the best and most versatile voices in Hollywood. So with all this in mind, I went in to Ted with a lot of hope that the film would be good or, at the very least, a good time. Instead, I discovered one of my first big disappointment of Summer 2012.
In preparation of the film's release two weeks from now, WB has released a trio of new posters for The Dark Knight Rises—two for Bane, and one for The Caped Crusader himself.
In today's edition of Poster Madness, we have a political satire, an animated video game homage, a legal thriller, and an action sequel. So a bit of everything, essentially! Check out the posters below.
Fearing the impact of The Dark Knight Rises, Universal pushes back The Bourne Legacy an entire week. Believe it or not, that will actually make it better.
On the eve of their next big film, Brave, hitting theaters, Disney-Pixar have unveiled the teaser trailer for their next big feature, the Monster's Inc. prequel Monster's University. Does the trailer deliver? Find out below.
Wanna see how Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Paul Rudd, Jason Segel, and a crapton of other celebrities would deal with the impending apocalypse? Then boy, do I have the movie for you!
Fox goes crazy with its release dates, picking dates for some of their biggest films they have on their current slate. Find out when you can catch the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes and X-Men: First Class; when Steven Spielberg's next big sci-fi film is set to hit, and when you can see Independence Day on the big screen again after the break.