With the trailer for "Django Unchained" only days away (it's premiering before "Prometheus" in theaters), we're being treated to a deluge of new images to get us hyped for Quentin Tarantino's latest. These new pictures give us plenty of Django, as well as the character played by Christoph Waltz.
Everything we've heard about the footage from "Django Unchained" that was shown as Cannes has led us to believe that Waltz is in top form for this flick. It's exciting to see his reunion with Tarantino on the big screen, especially since the duo helped set a new level of evil with Waltz's turn as Colonel Hans Landa in "Inglourious Basterds." Based on these new pictures, Waltz and Tarantino don't look to disappoint.
If you're a fan of "Game of Thrones," the photo you see below should make you very, very happy. Your mind isn't playing tricks on you: that is indeed Jerome Flynn as the sellsword Bronn, taking aim with a fire-tipped arrow at an unseen enemy with Blackwater Bay at his back. That's right: the Battle of Blackwater is on!
It's the first official photo from "Blackwater," the highly awaited episode of "Game of Thrones" season two that finally, finally, thrusts viewers into the thick of an all-out battle (as in on screen, no getting-knocked-out-and-skipping-the-fight trickery) between Joffrey's allies in King's Landing and the forces of Stannis Baratheon. "A Song of Ice and Fire" mastermind George R.R. Martin wrote the episode, only adding to the list of reasons why fans are losing their minds in anticipation of the hour.
All you need to do is tell us Liam Neeson is in a movie to have us immediately be interested in it. But add guns and some intrigue to that mix? We're sold. So it shouldn't be much of a surprise to find out that we're pretty thrilled about his upcoming flick "Taken 2."
Entertainment Weekly has some new images from the movie, and they all feature Neeson front and center. The magazine also chatted with Neeson about how the movie's plot furthers the story told in the first film. It turns out that Neeson is enjoying a nice family vacation with his wife (Famke Janssen) and daughter (Maggie Grace), only to be taken by the family members of the men he killed while saving his daughter in "Taken."
If you've been following movies anytime since 2008, then you're probably acutely aware of what Robert Pattinson's eyes look like—especially if you're a frequent shopper at Walmart. Well, guess what? They're back.
The promotional poster for "Mission: Blacklist" was released by Embankment Films. The image casts a shadow around Pattinson's face only revealing his glowing peepers. The tagline for the film stands out in white among an assortment of letters and reads, "In a world of lies, only one man can see the truth." Standing out towards the bottom of the poster is the name Saddam Hussein.
Check out the full poster and read more about the film after the cut, and thanks to Mission Blacklist Film for the heads up!
Yard sales are harmless. Normally, anyway. When you're at a yard sale that just so happens to include an antique wooden box containing a horrible evil spirit, that's when you're in trouble. And that kind of trouble is most certainly brewing for young Em, seen below in your very first look at the new horror movie "Possession."
The above photo, part of our Summer Movie Preview week, is our first and best look yet at "Possession," the August-debuting thriller from producer Sam Raimi and stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick. Based on a true story, "Possession" tells the tale of the Brenek family: father Clyde, mother Stephanie, and daughter Em. When Em purchases an ancient box at a nearby yard sale, she becomes obsessed with her new artifact, and with good reason -- lurking inside is a dibbuk, a dislocated spirit that inhabits and ultimately devours its human host. Not pretty.
"Possession" hits theaters on August 31, 2012.
Sometimes, dreams do come true, no matter how ridiculous, impossible or—dare we say it—odd they seem. Just ask Cindy and Jim Green, who quite possibly dreamed their 10-year-old son into existence.
Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton star in "The Odd life of Timothy Green" as two parents struggling to have a child. One night, they imagine what their son would be like, writing down his attributes and quirks on a sheet of paper and burying it in their backyard. What began as a way to vent frustration becomes something rather miraculous, when a 10-year-old boy named Timothy (CJ Adams) arrives on their doorstep to claim the Greens as his own.
We have a feeling that the less revealed about "Odd Life," the better. So in the spirit of pictures being worth a thousand words, enjoy this exclusive still from the Disney fantasy drama, part of our ongoing Summer Movie Preview week. The film hits theaters on August 15, 2012.
If parents (who clearly haven't watched the trailer) were tricked into thinking "Ted" would be a cute family film about Mark Wahlberg and his cuddly teddy, this new photo will clear up their confusion.
The comedy centers on John Bennett (Wahlberg) as a 35-year-old who just can't seem to let go of his childhood best friend—a crude, real-life, talking teddy bear that he wished into existence. The photo shows exactly what we'd expect from the characters: John and Ted hanging out at the kitchen table with beer bottles in close range. A closer look at the background shows a few empty bottles, chips and a pizza box strewn about the messy TV table. Parents, trust us, this is one movie you'll want to see without the kids.
Let us know what you think of the photo in the comments and on Twitter!
Whenever Pixar and Disney collaborate on a film, you can count us on board. That's why we're excited to bring you this exclusive photo from their upcoming 3-D animated fantasy, "Brave," as Summer Movie Preview continues at MTV Movies.
The adventure follows Princess Merida, a skilled archer who breaks an age-old Scottish custom to pursue her own path in life. This is one princess not sitting around waiting for Prince Charming! When Merida seeks out the Wise Woman, she's granted one wish that puts her bravery to the test.
View the full image after the cut to see what we mean.
Fernando Meirelles's "360" tells a complex story of interweaving characters and plots, but what makes the tale so unique is that the connection between all the characters is sex. The intimate encounters of the film bring together an impressive ensemble that includes Anthony Hopkins, Rachel Weisz, Jude Law and Ben Foster.
In "360," Foster plays Tyler, a sex offender who was recently released from prison. The events of the film find Tyler in an airport and chronicle his encounter with a young woman played by Maria Flor. Foster talks about all of that and more in the exclusive interview below, all part of our continuing Summer Movie Preview week.
Someone must have made some kind of mistake when they cast Chuck Norris in "The Expendables 2." By no means is he expendable. He's essential. He's Chuck Norris.
Part of MTV News' Summer Movie Preview week, our exclusive picture of Norris from the upcoming action hero all-star game should be enough to convince you of that.
Check out the full image after the jump.