You can't build anything with them, but a new one sheet and half a dozen character posters for The Lego Movie are still charming representations the Danish building blocks.
Plus, you won't be accidentally stepping on any of these posters, avoiding the most excruciatingly painful physical experience known to man: when the tender flesh of a bare foot meets the unyielding plastic corners of a Lego.
Last year, 21 Jump Street proved emphatically that an action-comedy based on a long-dormant television series can work like gangbusters.
The sequel, 22 Jump Street, is now in production, aiming to prove that sequels to action comedies based on long-dormant television series can also work like gangbusters.
Available on Blu-ray/DVD and Digital Copy beginning July 30th is the action/adventure film G.I. Joe: Retaliation, which is a sequel to G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and based on Hasbo's popular line of toys, comic books, and cartoon series. The movie was directed by Jon M. Chu (Justin Bieber: Never Say Never), and features returning stars Channing Tatum (Haywire), Ray Park (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace), Byung-hun Lee (I Saw the Devil), Arnold Vosloo (The Mummy), and Jonathan Pryce (Tomorrow Never Dies), as well as newcomers to the franchise such as Dwayne Johnson (Fast Five), Adrianne Palicki (Red Dawn), D.J. Cotrona (Dear John), Ray Stevenson (Punisher: War Zone), Elodie Yung (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Walton Goggins (Django Unchained), RZA (The Man with the Iron Fists), and Bruce Willis (A Good Day to Die Hard).
IAR is proud to present an exclusive behind the scenes clip from the G.I. Joe: Retaliation Blu-ray, which examines the relationship between archenemies Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow.
If Pixar were a female character in a high school movie, she'd be strutting down the hallway in slow motion.
That's because even facing competition from two new summer movies, Monsters University emerged atop the domestic box office for the second consecutive weekend. One of this those two new movies, The Heat, exceeded expectations in second place. The other, White House Down, not so much, earning less than last weekend's holdover World War Z.
Synopsis: Capitol Policeman John Cale has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer. Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when the complex is overtaken by a heavily armed paramilitary group. Now, with the nation’s government falling into chaos and time running out, it’s up to Cale to save the president, his daughter, and the country.
The very first clip from the upcoming White House Down answers the age old question, "How do you lose a rocket launcher?"
As an irate moviegoer upset that 2012 wasn't on a huge enough screen once reminded me, Roland Emmerich movies need to be seen on the biggest possible canvas.
Well since the options of with online trailers are fairly limited, the latest trailer for this month's White House Down substitutes length for size, cramming a whole lot of exposition and action into one extended look at this year's second "Die Hard in the White House" movie.
Two TV spots hyping this month's White House Down illustrate two very different approaches to selling this year's second "Die Hard in the White House" action movie.
Despite sharing a whole mess of the same footage, these two commercials could also be for entirely different movies.
No, the headline isn't some sort of euphemism.
A brand new behind the scene featurette pumping up White House Down quickly details the construction and performance of the action movie version of the president's heavily armed Cadillac. Graham Kelly, a man with the incredible job of Action Vehicle Supervisor, informs us in the video that the First Limo is often referred to as "The Beast."
Having zigged with the Shakespeare conspiracy movie Anonymous, director Roland Emmerich returns to action with next month's White House Down. When a guy famous for blowing stuff up directs a summer movie called White House Down, you probably have a pretty good idea what the movie is going to entail.
A new featurette promoting the June 28th nationwide release goes behind the scenes of 2012's other "Die Hard in the White House" movie, showing off a good chunk of new footage in the process, including heaps of action and our first substantial taste of the villain, played by Jason Clarke.