Maybe it's just the high cheekbones, but Angelina Jolie has always projected an intimidatingly regal presence. An unknowable quality.
Well, a new poster for Disney's Maleficent takes this quality to a beautiful and unnerving extreme, letting Jolie's appearance as the title character speak for the whole film.
One of Disney's most formidable villains looks right at home on the cover of a magazine, striking a pose that hits just the right note of remote, regal evil.
Of course the live action Maleficent is at ease with a cover shoot. She's played by Angelina Jolie, after all.
Five official stills from Maleficent showcase Angelina Jolie as the title character and Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora, who you might also know as Sleeping Beauty.
In a minute and a half, the latest trailer for Maleficent contains only two lines of quick dialogue.
Rather than relying on words, this glimpse at Disney's summer fantasy movie instead relies on striking visuals, a slow musical simmer by Lana Del Rey, a sense of dread, and Angelina Jolie going full-blown bad as the titular villain.
A new trailer for Maleficent really, really wants you to know that there's a connection between this summer's fantasy adventure and Sleeping Beauty.
Available on-demand beginning February 12th is the new family film The Flying Machine, which combines live-action with stop-motion and traditional animation. The movie was directed by Martin Clapp (Stop-Motion), Dorota Kobiela (2D Animation), and Geoff Lindsay (Live-Action), and features actress Heather Graham (Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer), and world famous pianist Lang Lang.
IAR is proud to present an exclusive clip from the film.
The Graveyard Book, by the incomparable Neil Gaiman, continues on its long journey to becoming a major motion picture, with Ron Howard currently in talks to direct a live-action take on the spooky all-ages novel.
Not only has the very first trailer for Robert Zemeckis' Flight arrived online, and not only does it make the film look like a fantastic drama from the director and star Denzel Washington, but the really damn good trailer is also accompanied by the first poster and still from the movie.
With the live-action remake of anime classic Akira on hold and looking increasingly unlikely to actually become a movie, Warner Bros. is taking a crack at another crazy-popular manga and anime series. The studio first acquired the film rights to Bleach two years ago, and though plenty of time has been invested in attempts to get Akira off the ground, a screenwriter has now been hired to bring s Bleach movie to the screen, and it already has a potential director.