Yesterday, the good folks over at Fandango gave us an exclusive look at the official IMAX poster for Sony and director Marc Webb‘s upcoming web-slinging sequel, The Amazing Spider-Man 2. As a part of the IMAX FANFIX program, fans attending the first IMAX showings of TASM2 at 7pm on May 1st will receive a limited edition print by artist Matt Taylor. The print is a collaboration between IMAX, Sony, Marvel, and Mondo, and it’s simply fantastic. I will for sure be attempting to get my hands on one of these. Hit the jump to check it out! Read the rest of this entry
Director Marc Webb has been hard at work on production of the much anticipated sequel to his Spidey reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Webb has been very active on social media when it comes to keeping fans up to speed on the shoot. We’ve seen a flurry of amateur set photos – including a look at Jamie Foxx‘s villain, Electro. Webb and star Dane DeHaan took to twitter the other day to give us the first official looks at Max Dillion (Fox) and Harry Osborne (DeHaan). The image of Dillon is before his physical transformation into the luminous villain – a look that is drastically different from the comic iteration of the character. Hit the jump to take a look. Read the rest of this entry
The first trailer for director Roland Emmerich’s White House Down has been released online today. A lot of questions have been raised over the last couple of months because of White House Down and Olympus has Fallen being released this year. While both movies have basically the same plot, the first trailer is rather impressive. The trailer starts out with grainy footage from news outlets before it progresses until a more clear cinematic picture. The first half focuses on an attack on Washington, DC before it introduces us to lead actors Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx. It also suggests that the attack on DC will come from within rather than a foreign source, so it’ll be interesting to see how this differs from Olympus has Fallen. Along with the new trailer are a couple of new posters for the film. Hit the jump to take a look. Read the rest of this entry
While production has begun on Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, we have been seeing a number of images tweeted out by the director himself to update fans on the film. This morning fans were treated with the first look at Spidey’s new suit that we’ll see in action next year. The suit is more traditional than its predecessor and looks more in line with Raimi’s Spider-Man with a hint of Ultimate Spider-Man – which makes it true to the suit we have seen throughout the comics. Along with the newest production still are some set photos. Hit the jump to take a look. Read the rest of this entry
Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Death Proof, Inglourious Basterds – it’s hard to prove whether or not writer/director Quentin Tarantino has made a “bad” movie. Basterds saw rousing success with Oscar recognition, and Pulp Fiction is widely regarded as one of the best films of all time. Tarantino’s last outing, Inglourious Basterds, was a relentlessly violent and grandiose original take on World War II clashing fantasy and history. Read the rest of this entry
The first clip from director Quentin Tarantino’s spaghetti western Django Unchained aired last night during Don Johnson’s appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. After reading some reactions from people who attended early screenings, it was evident that the film had a good amount of laugh-out-loud moments. The clip features some comedic dialogue between Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) and Spencer “Big Daddy” Bennett (Don Johnson). Also hitting the web today is a brand new TV spot for the film featuring some new footage. Hit the jump to check them out!
Quentin Tarantino has put out great film after great film. It’s been three years since his amazing take on Nazi-occupied France, Inglourious Basterds, hit the screen. Basterds rousing success has built an unbelievable amount of anticipation around Django Unchained. Django Unchained is set to hit theaters on Christmas day, but reactions from early screenings over the past weekend are in, and it appears as if Tarantino has done it again. We won’t be seeing full reviews until we get a little closer to the film’s release, so some quick reactions to the film will have to suffice. Many in attendance have highlighted the film’s violence, sense of humor, and standout performances. The Exhibitor Relations Twitter page has revealed that Django is the longest Tarantino film, checking in at 2 hours 45 minutes and 11 seconds. Hit the jump to see what some in attendance have had to say so far! Read the rest of this entry
The final trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained has officially hit the web. There isn’t much new footage in the trailer, but there are gunshots galore mixed with few new dialogue one-liners. The trailer also features a different style of music than what has played in previous trailers with Rick Ross’ “100 Black Coffins” playing over the footage. I can’t even begin to explain how excited I am for this movie. Along with the new trailer, the full soundtrack listing has been included. Hit the jump to check out the trailer and read the full press release from The Weinstein Co. and Loma Vista Recordings. Read the rest of this entry
After the release of a brand new Django Unchained poster yesterday via Yahoo! Movies, the film’s official website has released eight brand new character banners featuring some new looks at the lead characters, as well as Tarantino himself. Along with the character banners is a quick 60 second clip from the film featuring virtually no new footage, so it’s nothing to get extremely excited about. With all of the hype surrounding the film already, it looks like Tarantino and The Weinstein Company don’t plan on slowing down the marketing campaign. Hit the jump to check out the clip and images. Read the rest of this entry
New Django Unchained Poster Proclaims Unalienable Rights of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Vengeance
Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained is certainly one of the most anticipated films of the holiday and awards season. As we approach the film’s release, expect a lot more news to surface as The Weinstein Company turns up their marketing campaign for the film. Today, via Yahoo! Movies, we are treated to the latest theatrical poster featuring Django, Dr. King Schultz, and Monsieur Calvin Candie. Hit the jump to take a look at the full image.