The first trailer for Iron Man 3 is set to premiere online tomorrow, so Marvel Studios and Disney have been getting the internet all hyphy, first with a trailer sneak peek yesterday, and now with a big batch of goodies. Said goodies include the Iron Man 3 teaser poster and seven new images showing off Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, the Mark XLVII armor, the Iron Patriot, and our first real look at Ben Kingsley as the villainous Mandarin.
Yet another new official clip from next month's Skyfall has made its way online, and unlike its predecessors, this one doesn't involve Daniel Craig's James Bond exchanging double entendres, destroying a moving train with construction equipment, or facing his newest enemy. Instead, it has Bond hanging out in the British Museum and meeting up with his new quartermaster for the first time.
The first trailer for Iron Man 3 is set to debut on Tuesday, October 23rd, but in order to ensure that the trailer is a proper event, Marvel Studios and Disney have unveiled an eighteen second sneak preview at the trailer, which is itself a preview.
Another Halloween season, another installment in the increasingly normal Paranormal Activity franchise. Paranormal Activity 4 was one of two new wide releases this weekend, along with attempted reboot Alex Cross. Though the latest entry of found footage paranormal shenanigans is easily atop the domestic box office, it, along with Alex Cross, still debuted below expectations.
James Bond is British. Very British. The newly unveiled IMAX-exclusive Skyfall poster makes it abundantly clear that Bond is British, while director Sam Mendes is discussing a distinctly American hero's influence on the twenty-third Bond movie.
Being a prequel, last year's X-Men: First Class had a straightforward narrative, basically a hetero love story gone awry between Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr. For the sequel, however, director Matthew Vaughn is mixing things up by telling the first cinematic X-Men story built around time travel. Mark Millar, 20th Century Fox's shepherd for their Marvel Comics properties, is talking up X-Men: Days of Future Past in Millar-ian fashion, revealing just a little bit about the story.
Last week, we suddenly learned that Shailene Woodley is in early negotiations to take up the familiar role of Mary Jane Watson in the as-yet untitled sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man. That caused no small amount of conjecture as to just how she would tie into the sequel's story, but today we have a little info-nugget on Woodley's role and how closely the planned trilogy will hew to Spider-Man's comic book past.
Skyfall hits many international cinemas, including those in James Bond's native United Kingdom, in just one week, but here in the Colonies, we're punished for our insolence by waiting another three weeks, even as the twenty-third Bond movie earns ridiculously positive reviews. In order to further work American fans into a lather, MGM and Sony Pictures have issued one last Skyfall theatrical trailer.
Synopsis: “Cloud Atlas” explores how the actions and consequences of individual lives impact one another throughout the past, the present and the future. Action, mystery and romance weave dramatically through the story as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and a single act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution in the distant future.
Synopsis: A teen comedy centered on a sarcastic high school senior, Wren, who is eager to distance herself from her dysfunctional family by going off to college. Before that can happen, Wren’s mother, Joy, insists that she watch her little brother Albert on Halloween night, so Joy can go to a rager with her much younger boyfriend. When Wren gets distracted by an invitation to the party of the year, Albert disappears into a sea of trick-or-treaters. Frantic to locate him before their mother discovers he’s missing, Wren enlists the help of her sassy best friend April, as well as Peng, an aspiring ladies man and co-captain of the debate team, and Peng’s best friend, Roosevelt, a sweet nerd whose crush on Wren clouds his better judgment. This unlikely foursome embarks on a high-stakes, all-night adventure to find Albert, crossing paths with outrageous characters every step of the way.