Pepper Potts, Tony Stark's secret weapon and an underappreciated asset in the franchise, finally has her own Iron Man 3 character poster.
And this somber look at Gwyneth Paltrow cradling a jacked-up Iron Man helmet is just one of many visual goodies from this May's sequel to arrive online today, including a new look at Robert Downey Jr. in Stark's new armor and an image of Downey Jr. and Don Cheadle promising that Iron Man 3 will feel like a Shane Black movie.
You know a bad guy means business when he's threatening even in repose, as he relaxes and burns some incense.
A new Iron Man 3 character poster positions The Mandarin, Tony Stark's greatest comic book nemesis, just this way, with Ben Kingsley taking a load off and showing off the supervillain's eclectic fashion sense.
Since Monsters University embraces the tropes of collegiate comedies, it has a cast of misfit monsters not entirely dissimilar to the Tri-Lambs in Revenge of the Nerds.
These odd and adorable fellows get their due in eight new character posters for this year's prequel to Monsters Inc.
While that 2001 film had James P. "Sulley" Sullivan and Mike Wazowski living the life as the top scarers in Monstropolis, the prequel finds them meeting and immediately disliking one another during their freshman year at the titular university. While matriculating, the duo end up leading a group of strange monsters in a Greek competition and, slowly but surely, becoming a powerhouse pair of best friends.
A brand spanking new clip for Oz the Great and Powerful is all big visuals and music, highlighting expensive visual effects and the first collaboration between director Sam Raimi and composer Danny Elfman in damn near a decade.
Joss Whedon is a man uniquely blessed with the gift of gab. He's talkative. Loquacious even.
Today, the writer and director of the biggest movie in history not helmed by James Cameron is flapping his gums about Marvel's S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot, which he describes as "a very hopeful show."
With Oz the Great and Powerful right around the corner, Disney has unveiled the first official clip from this prequel to the classic The Wizard of Oz.
Disney has released yet another commercial for the eponymous institute of higher learning in Monsters University. Not only that, but Pixar has also dropped a poster for The Blue Umbrella, the short film set to precede Monsters University in theaters this summer.
This new viral joint one is an advertisement for the school featuring a message from the Dean of M.U., and the viral TV spot would seem to indicate that Helen Mirren voices the important supporting character.
Rogue scoundrel and all round smooth bastard Han Solo is a once in a lifetime character, a perfect combination of a well-written character and a pitch perfect, charismatic performance from Harrison Ford. Basically, no one but Ford really ought to play the captain of the Millennium Falcon.
It seems J.J. Abrams agrees, because Ford is apparently in negotiations to reprise one of his two truly iconic roles in Star Wars: Episode VII.
On behalf of Disney and Pixar, national treasure and all-around nice guy John Goodman has unveiled the first clip from Monsters University, this summer's prequel to the 2001 Pixar success Monsters Inc.
The global promotional blitzkrieg for Oz the Great and Powerful is about to begin in earnest, as two new TV spots for the prequel to The Wizard of Oz presage the coming of Disney's mighty marketing machine.