The parade of Jaegers just keeps on coming from the folks behind Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim." Most recently, they've unveiling the giant Kaiju-fighting robots from Russia and China.
The production design has done a really good job giving each country's Jaeger a distinctive look, and while that's great and all, what we really want to see is these things whaling on some inter-dimensional monsters.
"Pacific Rim" opens in theaters on July 12. Click past the jump to see the full images.
It might seem strange, but taking a step back to think about it, a picture of a construction crew removing a giant pile of monster poop make sense for "Pacific Rim's" ongoing viral campaign.'
If you've been following Legendary's trickle of information in the last few days, you've seen a series of new photos that capture life in the world of attacking Kaiju.
So naturally there will be some excrement in this world. Everybody poops, even Kaiju.
"Pacific Rim" opens in theaters on July 12.
A series of new viral images from "Pacific Rim" have painted a deadly portrait of the world amidst Kaiju attacks. We brought you the first of several new photos two days ago, and now two more have surfaced.
One shows a clean-up crew handling the remains of a massive creature and clearing the blue blood from a beach, similar to an oil spill.
The second shows a city being rebuilt around the bones of a long-dead monster. Both of the images demonstrate the world-building going on around "Pacific Rim," and we need to be excited about this movie right now.
If the blaring "Inception" horns from the trailer weren't enough of an indication, let us tell you straight. "Star Trek Into Darkness" is going to be really serious, you guys.
How do we know? Just take a look at the two new photos from the "Star Trek" mobile app.
Benedict Cumberbatch isn't smiling or high-fiving anyone.
Check out the other photos of Kirk and Spock, and guess how they look in that photo. Right, super serious!
It seems like we've been waiting since even before "Drive" stomped our collective heads to pulp for the next effort from Ryan Gosling and director Nicolas Winding Refn, "Only God Forgives." There was a small chance that the Thai kickboxing crime saga would make the fall festival circuit last year, but now we've got a fingers cross for a debut at Cannes in May.
Three new photos from Allocine (via The Film Stage) give us perhaps our best look yet at Gosling's character, the violent Julien, and our first glimpse at his crime boss mother, Jenna, played by Kristen Scott Thomas.
Assuming that Julien doesn't wear the same suit all of the time, other stills from the film have indicated which way the fight he's preparing for goes. (Hint: not well.)
Check out the other pictures from "Only God Forgives" after the jump!
FROM MTV NEWS
In "The Place Beyond the Pines," Ryan Gosling plays a stunt bike driver that turns to bank robbery as a way to support his family. The film, which is directed by Derek Cianfrance, opens with an epic shot of Gosling's character walking from his trailer to the globe of death that you see in the exclusive photo below.
Check out all six exclusive photos from "The Place Beyond the Pines."
The sequence is one continuous take and ends with the character getting into the cage on his bike and riding around. MTV News spoke with Cianfrance about getting that shot and how he pulled off the trickery.
Head over to MTV News to read the full interview now.
A short while before the first trailer for Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim" debuted, a few pieces of viral marketing hit the web to prepare us for the oncoming attack, but we have heard little of the Kaiju since then.
But this weekend, that ominous sound of monstrous footsteps started again.
This new photo of an enormous Kaiju footprint surfaced recently, and once again emphasizes just how big these creatures are going to be. When MTV News spoke with del Toro for a trailer commentary, this was arguably his main point.
"I wanted very much to show the scale. The whole movie is about scale. Literally, there are set pieces that are impossibly big," he said. "I wanted very much to have this image to show you what the tip of a nail of a Kaiju looks like."
"Pacific Rim" opens on July 12, and we can't freakin' wait.
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH
Over the past few days, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has slowly released Capitol Portraits for the keys players in this November hotly anticipated sequel, and while we may be kind of biased, we think Hollywood Crush scored the best one.
Sam Claflin's Finnick is set to be the talk of Panem when the "Snow White and the Huntsman" actor joins the cast of the blockbuster franchise.
Head over to Hollywood Crush now to check out the full portrait of Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair.
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH
The folks behind "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" have taken an — let's say "unusual" — unusual approach to marketing the highly anticipated and quickly approaching sequel to last year's smash hit.
Aside from a few stills and a handful of paparazzi shots, these fashion portraits (Katniss' just showed up on MSN) have been our only peeks back into Paneme ahead of the Quarter Quell.
Check out the portrait after the jump!
To celebrate the release of Disney's Academy Award-nominated film "Wreck-It Ralph," MTV Movies Blog has been given seven exclusive pieces of concept art from the film. The images come from a stage pretty far along in the film's development, as the character Ralph went through several revisions before landing on the look we see in the finished film.
Among the images you'll see some designs for the many "Sugar Rush" racers, earlier looks at Vanellope, and some set sketches.
Check out all of the concept images from "Wreck-It Ralph" after the jump!