The teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is piled high with the kind of webslinging action that ought to get audiences salivating for Peter Parker's next spandex-clad adventure.
Our most substantial look at next summer's sequel reveals a whole lot about the story and, crucially, the villains Spider-Man's facing this time. More importantly, it plays like director Marc Webb is leaving it all out on the field with this one.
Prepare to be buttered up for the debut of The Amazing Spider-Man 2's teaser trailer this Thursday.
The butter, in this instance, is an official version of the triptych banner that confirms which Osborn goes Green Goblin. Oh, and also five stills showing the webslinger and Electro in action both together and apart.
The first teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swings, triple-flips, and lands gracefully online December 5th.
We're warming up the big show on Thursday with a first look at a triptych poster that pits Spider-Man – in his redesigned costume – against a bevy of bad guys, from Electro to the Rhino to a rebooted Green Goblin.
Hey Spider-fans, an official picture from next year's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is here to show Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon prior to becoming the villainous Electro.
Not only that, but this picture is accompanied by two images that we've seen before, but only in cruddy low-resolution scans and whatnot. With the new versions, you get much better looks at Andrew Garfield and Dane DeHaan as Peter Parker and Harry Osborn, as well as Peter's cluttered bedroom.
Opening in theaters on October 11th is the latest big screen adaption of William Shakespeare's classic play Romeo & Juliet, which was directed by Carlo Carlei (The Last Legion) and based on a screenplay by Julian Fellowes (TV's Downton Abbey). The film stars an excellent cast of young and veteran actors that includes Academy Award-nominee Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit) as Juliet, and Douglas Booth (Worried About the Boy) as Romeo, as well as Damian Lewis (The Sweeney), Paul Giamatti (All Is Bright), Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road), Ed Westwick (J. Edgar), Lesley Manville (Another Year), Natascha McElhone (Ronin), and Stellan Skarsgard (Thor).
IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Julian Fellowes to talk about his work on Romeo & Juliet. The popular screenwriter discussed his new movie, the challenges of adapting William Shakespeare's classic play to the big screen, collaborating with director Carlo Carlei, and casting actors Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld in the title roles.
Opening in theaters on October 11th is the latest big screen adaption of William Shakespeare's classic play Romeo & Juliet, which was directed by Carlo Carlei (The Last Legion) and based on a screenplay by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey). The film stars an excellent cast of young and veteran actors that includes Academy Award-nominee Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit) as Juliet, and Douglas Booth (Worried About the Boy) as Romeo, as well as Damian Lewis (The Sweeney), Paul Giamatti (All Is Bright), Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road), Ed Westwick (J. Edgar), Lesley Manville (Another Year), Natascha McElhone (Ronin), and Stellan Skarsgard (Thor).
IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld to talk about their work on Romeo & Juliet. The talented young actors discussed their new movie, the pressures of playing such iconic characters, the challenges of speaking Shakespeare's classic dialogue, how director Carlo Carlei was able to bring the stage play to the big screen, and working with the equally great Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti.
Seemingly everyone who has seen 12 Years a Slave on the festival circuit is singing the film's praises.
A new clip and TV spot promoting Steve McQueen's latest film give a good sense of why. Basically, because 12 Years a Slave looks pretty amazing, swinging a sledgehammer of emotion right into the audience's gut.
Opening in theaters on October 4th is the new comedy/drama All Is Bright from director Phil Morrison (Junebug). The film stars Paul Giamatti (John Dies at the End), Paul Rudd (This Is 40), and Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine).
IAR's very own New York Correspondent Justine Browning recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Paul Giamatti for an extended conversation about his work on All Is Bright, as well as his highly anticipated upcoming film The Amazing Spider-Man 2, his appearance on Downton Abbey, and his FX pilot Hoke. The Academy Award-nominated actor discussed his new film, his character, what he's trying to prove as an actor, what he was nervous about conveying with this role, working with Paul Rudd, if he wasn't an actor what he would be doing, why his career has turned out the way it has, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, his approach to playing The Rhino, joining the cast of Downton Abbey, and his upcoming FX pilot Hoke.
Relativity Media has unveiled an official clip from Romeo and Juliet excerpting Act 2, Scene II of William Shakespeare's timeless tale of forbidden love.
Synopsis: Recounting the chaotic events that occurred in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963, Parkland weaves together the perspectives of a handful of ordinary individuals suddenly thrust into extraordinary circumstances: the young doctors and nurses at Parkland Hospital; Dallas’ chief of the Secret Service; an unwitting cameraman who captured what became the most watched and examined film in history; the FBI agents who nearly had the gunman within their grasp; the brother of Lee Harvey Oswald, left to deal with his shattered family; and JFK’s security team, witnesses to both the president’s death and Vice President Lyndon Johnson’s rise to power over a nation whose innocence was forever altered.