Look! It's a bird. No, it's a plane! No, it's...okay actually yes, it is a plane. In fact, it's many planes. Anthropomorphized and animated planes, no less. And they're coming your way this summer courtesy of Disney.
The studio's latest action-packed 3D animated comedy adventure is set to fly into theates nationwide on August 9. Planes follows Dusty (voiced by comedian Dane Cook), a plane with dreams of competing as a high-flying air racer. But the less-than-streamlined Dusty isn't exactly built for racing. Throw into the mix his severe fear of heights, and you've got one confused but determined flying machine. We've got a sneak peek into Dusty's journey and a first look at a brand new, Canadian-only poster for Planes after the cut!
Check them out now.
Just because Peter Jackson is holed in his native New Zealand filming pick-ups for the final two films of his Hobbit trilogy, doesn't mean he's forgotten about the fans eagerly awaiting the arrival of the second film, The Desolation of Smaug. To kick off the countdown to the movie's release on December 13, Jackson posted a first teaser poster on his official Facebook page.
Focusing once again on Martin Freeman's titular character, the poster sees Bilbo standing just outside the incredibly imposing but ruined entrance to the Lonely Mountain, aka the final destination of the first film's Unexpected Journey. The big tease here comes not in the location of our hero but in the glimpse of fire and billowing smoke at the heart of the image. That tell-tale glow seems to be the only sign Jackson's prepared to give us of the cunningly dangerous creature within.
Take a look at the first poster after the cut!
August: Osage County won a boatload of awards back in 2008, taking home Tonys for Best Play, Best Leading Actress in a Play, Best Featured Actress in a Play and Best Direction of a Play before going on to win honours at The Drama Desk Awards, The Drama League Awards, The Outer Critics Circle Awards, The New York Drama Critics Circle Awards, and The Theatre World Awards. It then topped the impressive year off by taking home the much-coveted Pulitzer Prize for Drama. So it should come as no surprise that Hollywood snapped up the rights for a big screen adaptation. Perhaps the bigger surprise was that it took so long to get the cameras rolling. But the wait is over and the feature film adaptation is headed to theatres this November with a cast so impressive that it looks to be a shoe-in for one or two nods come awards season.
This virtual acting masterclass is led by the Queen (or should we say Iron Lady) herself, Meryl Streep. The three-time Oscar winner is joined on-screen by Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Cooper, Sam Shepard, Juliette Lewis, Abigail Breslin, Dermot Mulroney and Margo Martindale. The A-listers have come together under the direction of John Wells to tell the story of one dysfunctional family's struggle to cope with death, and each other.
Watch the first trailer and see the first poster after the cut!
Celebrities are kings, Paris is hot, and the American Dream is for the taking in the latest trailer for Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring. The young, party things who yearn to be rich and fabulous have dollar signs and diamonds in their eyes as they infiltrate and the closets and jewellery boxes of Hollywood’s It Girls, lining their pockets and designer handbags with all things bling.
Emma Watson ditches Hermione Granger’s Gryffindor scarf for Louboutins, Vuitton and Chanel as the leader of the pack that includes the sticky fingered Taissa Farmiga, Israel Broussard, Katie Chang and Claire Julien.
Step into The Bling Ring after the jump!
Lightning won’t stop Chris Hemsworth in the electrifying teaser poster for Thor: The Dark World.
We’re getting our first look at the teaser poster for the sequel to the Marvel film just days before the trailer drops next week. The movie picks up where the first Thor film and The Avengers left off as the mighty Norse god fights to restore order in the cosmos but is challenged by an ancient race led by the new baddie in town, Dark Elf Malekith (Christopher Eccleston).
But never fear, Thor’s archenemy and Avengers scene-stealer Loki is back! Tom Hiddleston reprises his role as the harbinger of destruction last seen en route back to Asgard, home of the gods, in The Avengers. Natalie Portman andAnthony Hopkins are also back in action as Jane foster and Odin.
Check out the poster after the jump!
As Scotty himself (Simon Pegg) succinctly tweeted this afternoon: Darkness is coming. Last trailer. If this doesn't convince you, nothing will.
The final, pulse-pounding trailer has landed for JJ Abrams‘ Star Trek Into Darkness in advance of the film's release on May 17. There's new footage galore for fans to feast their eyes on as the preview focuses in on Kirk (Chris Pine) and his ill-conceived (and personal) mission to take down Star Fleet terrorist John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) despite, as Uhura (Zoe Saldana) warns, being out-manned and outgunned. All the key players are present and accounted for as Kirk's vendetta puts his crew and the Enterprise directly in the path of Harrison's destruction.
Watch the last trailer after the cut then scroll down to see the final, Kirk-centric Into Darkness character poster.
Nothing can prepare you for the Darkness.
That's the ominous message front and centre in the latest television spot for J.J. Abrams' sci-fi sequel. Focusing mainly on Kirk (Chris Pine), the 30-second teaser premiered during last night's MTV Movie Awards just two days in advance of Tuesday's brand new trailer. In addition to Into Darkness's new TV spot, Apple is in the midst of revealing a set of four character posters. So far Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Spock (Zachary Quinto), and the "one man weapon of mass destruction" that is John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) all have their own one-sheets but not to fret, the aforementioned Captain is set to get his own as the final trailer hits online tomorrow.
Check out the quick, gritty teaser spot after the jump, along with the three new character posters...
Earlier this week we got our hands on a new explosive-looking international poster and now, courtesy of Apple, we've got a brand new domestic poster for Star Trek Into Darkness to stare at and dissect. Not coincidentally, this latest one-sheet for J.J. Abrams's highly anticipated sci-fi sequel lands just days in advance of a new trailer, due next Tuesday.
The new poster veers sharply away from a promo campaign that has been largely focused on Benedict Cumberbatch's mysterious and villainous baddie John Harrison, and focuses instead on the USS Enterprise in great distress. The famous vessel is pictured plummeting through space to what looks like the Earth below and we'd bet a few Federation credits that though he may not appear, Star Fleet's latest enemy may have a little something to do with this new red alert situation.
Check out the poster after the jump then be sure to come back on Tuesday for the latest trailer!
|Subscribe to our RSS feed|
|Follow us on Twitter|
|Like us on Facebook|
|Find us on your Mobile Device|
|Download the Cineplex App|