What's better than four teaser posters for A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III? That's right, five teaser posters for next year's comedy, each retro poster featuring just one suggestive image per poster. With a single actor's name adorning each, this batch is basically a bunch of character posters, but without the characters.
Just over a week ago, we found out that franchise veteran Lawrence Kasdan and event movie-specialist Simon Kinberg were on board to write the back end of the new Star Wars trilogy that kicks off with Episode VII in 2015. But what if Kinberg and Kasdan aren't writing Episode VIII and Episode IX, but are instead filling out a different corner of a galaxy far, far away?
If you're whiling away the hours until The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey premieres in New Zealand, then we have a tremendous way for you to kill about forty seconds. The inaugural clip from the movie is now going on an entirely expected journey online, showing off an exchange between Martin Freeman and Ian McKellen.
As expected, X-Men: First Class stars James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicholas Hoult have all been confirmed to return for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the sequel to last year's prequel. But here's where things get bananas: Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen will reprise their roles as Professor X and Magneto, too.
Today, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey premieres in Wellington, New Zealand, like the Lord of the Rings trilogy before it. The first-third of Peter Jackson's new Middle Earth adaptation will get the full red carpet treatment, and though most of us can't skip down to New Zealand to take a peek, we can all watch the proceedings online, live as they happen.
With less than a month until Quentin Tarantino's new movie arrives in theaters nationwide, it's time to start getting down to brass tacks with Django Unchained. Today, that means two new TV spots, both of which double down by clocking in at a minute.
As you could doubtless tell by the tectonic rumbling of Oscar campaigns already getting underway, the months-long slog through accolades and back-patting that is awards season is pretty much here. We're still months out from the sort of ceremonies that inspire red carpet spreads in People magazine, but the 21st annual Gotham Awards went down in New York City last night, acknowledging some fine independent films.
Paramount Pictures has issued the official synopsis for Star Trek Into Darkness.
Like all such synopses, it's deliberately vague to the point of near-meaninglessness, but since J.J. Abrams has kept such a tight lid on this sequel, the synopsis now represents our best idea of the movie's story.