We may still have a week to go before "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" hits theaters, but in the world of movie marketing, it's time to get excited about the trilogy's third installment "There and Back Again" right now!
On the same night as the New York premiere of "An Unexpected Journey," Entertainment Weekly released a photo that many assumed was a simple mistake. The magazine claimed that the shot of Orlando Bloom as Legolas and Luke Evans as Bard the Bowman they released online came from "There and Back Again," the former title of the second installment and new name of the third.
Check out the full photo and another new shot from "An Unexpected Journey" after the jump!
One of next year's most highly anticipated films, "Ender's Game," has been "highly anticipated" by the fans of Orson Scott Card's 1985 novel for nearly thirty years, but the long-awaited adaptation is finally coming into view.
Entertainment Weekly got an exclusive first look at Asa Butterfield, formerly of Martin Scorsese's "Hugo," and Harrison Ford facing off at the Battle School.
Click past the jump for the full picture and excerpts from an interview with director Gavin Hood.
So yesterday, Sundance essentially dropped a bomb of indie film wealth when they announced their premiere line-up, a slate that includes the long-awaited "Before Midnight," the new film from Brit Marling, and "jOBS," the much discussed biopic about the Apple founder, played by Ashton Kutcher.
With the announce came a flurry of new images from the films, including our first official look at Kutcher in his full Jobs garb. Along with the first official plot synopsis, the story of the man who would be iPod king has finally come into fuller view.
Click past the just to see the full image and read the synopsis.
With two and a half weeks left until "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" hits theaters, Warner Bros. is pulling out all the promotional stops for what is looking to be another massive trilogy for the studio. A lucky few (well, technically more than a few) attended "The Hobbit" premiere in New Zealand on Wednesday, and the rest of us out there who won't be watching the movie early will have to settle for a whole heck of a lot of images from the film.
At least we're talking about a really, really lot of photos here. You can check them out in all their glory over at SuperHeroHype, but be prepared to dedicate at least a half an hour poring over their eight page image gallery. This is the entire image gallery released for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey."
In the new poster for "Only God Forgives," the next collaboration from the "Drive" team of Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn, the former is ugging it up in not-so-typical Hollywood tradition.
There have always been examples of attractive actors and actresses playing against type and going ugo for a role they care deeply about, but for the sure-to-be twisted "Only God Forgives," Gosling is hiding behind some serious effects makeup to give the illusion that he recently took a serious beating.
As excited as we are for a follow-up to drive, this first promotional poster, which showed up over at The Film Stage and is "presumably out of the American Film Market," is encouraging since Refn is willing to let his leading man cover up his pretty face for the film.
Check out the full image after the jump!
Guys! "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" comes out today. If you haven't done your due diligence and marathoned the series as a refresher course, we're here to help.
As it turns out, the "Twilight Saga" really lends itself to being retold in GIFs, so that's what we decided to do.
Here is the entire "Twilight Saga," up until this point, told mostly in GIFs.
Is your current desktop wallpaper a picture of some green grass and a blue sky? Or a picture of a kitten or some eerie-looking trees?
Forget all of that. It's time your desktop got some revenge.
Thankfully, a brand new set of wallpapers from "Django Unchained" and the official website are here to spice things up for your boring old computer background. So instead of that picture of a cool car or Ryan Gosling, you can have a picture of Walton Goggins as Billy Crash, which, in all honesty, is the smart choice.
Check out some of our favorite backgrounds and a new teaser after the jump!
This might be news to you, but there is a movie called "Jack the Giant Slayer" coming out in March. This is confusing on two parts. First, there was a movie that you may have heard of before, "Jack the Giant Killer." That title is no more. Now it's "Jack the Giant Slayer," and it didn't come out this year, like it was supposed to. Now it's coming out next year.
In anticipation for the rescheduled release, director Bryan Singer put together a new trailer to play in front of "The Rise of the Guardians" and was kind enough to tweet out some photos from the new preview.
You can check out the full photos after the jump!
Today's a good day for fans of "The Hobbit." Not only are there a deluge of behind-the-scenes photos that have been dumped onto the web, but we've also got our first listen at a great song of the "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" soundtrack.
First, the images. Comic Book Movie has compiled more than 150 behind-the-scenes photos for "The Hobbit," many of which were taken from "The Hobbit Movies" iPhone app. Director Peter Jackson has clearly taken the more is better approach here, and we aren't complaining at all.
Todd Phillips' new behind-the-scenes photos from the set of "The Hangover 3" show that this movie is going to be a fitting departure for our favorite wolf pack.
The director created an Instagram account to upload shots of the new movie while he and stars Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms are shooting it. But, while looking through the images and admiring Galifianakis' excellent use of double denim, we couldn't help noticing a few other familiar faces as well.
Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong and John Goodman all can be spotted on set filming "The Hangover 3." While Goodman's role had previously been rumored, this is the first we've seen of his antagonist character. Following his excellent stint in "Argo," we can't wait to see what Goodman can do in "The Hangover 3."