Archive for April 6, 2012
Santa Claus has a pretty tough job – travelling the globe using nothing but the power of reindeer in his quest to deliver every child a Christmas gift. The Tooth Fairy has it just as rough – sneaking into children’s bedrooms in the middle of the night, swapping his cash for their discarded molars.
The Easter Bunny? The only task he’s required to complete is painting a few eggs and hiding them in the place of his choosing – quite a cushy job when you think about it. He makes all rabbits seem like they are strictly innocent, sweet and cuddly – when the truth is, there are plenty of badass rabbits out there.
So, we’ve gathered ten of our favorite badass hares that you definitely ...
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Next week’s release, The Cabin in the Woods, sees Joss Whedon (The Avengers) and Drew Goddard (writer of Cloverfield) try their hands at inverting the overdone slasher horror genre. Similarly, later this year, cult indie filmmaker Rian Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom) will offer what sounds like a refreshing take on the time-travel sub-genre with Looper.
A Mondo-created one-sheet for Cabin the Woods has surfaced online, to help round out the film’s marketing campaign. Meanwhile, today’s Looper poster kicks off the film’s official promotional campaign – with a handful of trailer vignettes/previews due out early next week (yay?), to hype the release of the film’s first theatrical promo.
The Cabin in the Woods
Cabin in the Woods‘ release has been pushed back so long that many of people involved with the project (including star Chris Hemsworth ...
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A bunch of new photos have come out in the past few days, let's get to them. First is a photo of Saoirse Ronan in the film version of Stephenie Meyer's "The Host", and a shot of Byung-hun Lee's character Storm Shadow in "GI Joe: Retaliation".
Then comes a look at Christian Slater in the Elmore Leonard adaptation "Freaky Deaky", and several new shots of alien characters in "Men in Black III".
Next are more shots from Laika's stop-motion animated effort "ParaNorman", and a new promo image for Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom".
Filming has wrapped on David Twohy's "Riddick" and he's posted a photo of himself posing with several of the actors. Then there's the first shot of Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones in "Great Hope Springs".
There's also a shot of the young female cast of "Foxfire", and several photos of Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund in "On the Road".
Finally there's a ton of stills from the Steve Carrell/Keira Knightley team-up "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World", and a big-haired Chris Hemsworth and Olivia Wilde on the set of Ron Howard's racing drama "Rush".
It’s been thirteen years since the vulgar teen comedy American Pie exploded onto movie screens at the end of the 90’s. Since then, two sequels– featuring many of the original characters– were released in theaters, and a few wannabe Pies were sent directly to DVD.
Arriving in theaters today is the eagerly-anticipated sequel American Reunion (read our review), which reunites most of the original cast. It’s the first film in nearly a decade to feature the immature and mischievous motley crew. With that in mind, we decided to look back at these characters over the past films and discuss how they have matured or–in Stifler’s case–failed to grow up over the span of years.
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Sony Pictures reportedly took delivery earlier this week of the trailer for the upcoming 23rd James Bond film "Skyfall" according to The Daily Mail.
Said trailer will be attached to all the prints of "Men In Black III" in the United States when it opens May 25th. An online debut will no doubt take place on or around that date.
In other Bond news, a SPOILER WARNING - seems UK trade The Sun has given away a major plot point of the movie, and not just tucked away in a small story but rather screaming it out loud in the headline. It's not new news as it has been mentioned before, but it is rather frank. Click the link to see the original story.