We knew it would all end at Hogwarts. We knew nowhere was safe. And now we are reminded that all of "Harry Potter" is coming to an end on July 15, 2011.
The first poster has been released for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," and gone are the rugged niceties of "Part 1's" character posters. No, this new poster breaks it down to the basics, and brings the series back to where it all began. Because in the end, despite all the twists and turns J.K. Rowling's saga has taken over the years, the series is going to end one way and one way alone: with Harry Potter facing off against Voldemort.
Click on after the jump to see the full poster.
Some celebrities are so recognizable, so iconic, they only require one name: Oprah. Bono. Madonna. Prince. Cher. Beck. Beyonce. It was only a matter of time before two of today's biggest singularly-named phenomenons joined forces to become one unstoppable force: Madea and Snooki.
MTV has exclusively snagged the new poster for Tyler Perry's latest venture, "Madea's Big Happy Family" which features the actor/writer/director/producer dressed as Georgia Shore, a character that's an obvious nod to "Jersey Shore" star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
Check out the full poster past the jump!
When there's a new poster featuring a full-length shot of Johnny Depp, it's sort of tough to focus on much else.
But once the initial Depp-gawking on the new poster for "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" subsided, your faithful Movies Blog team actually noticed a wealth of fun treasures and clues. From a gaggle of mermaids to the Black Pearl set ablaze, these visual trinkets have only enhanced our excitement -- and curiosity -- for the fourth installment of the "Pirates" series.
After the jump, we're picking apart the new "On Stranger Tides" poster by analyzing the five tantalizing teasers worth a second look!
Winter is coming, dear readers, and Sean Bean is inviting you in from the cold.
The first official poster for HBO's "Game of Thrones" hit the web today, giving us just one more reason to tune into the April-launching series. But really, with Sean Bean starring in a fantasy novel adaptation and an Iron Throne front and center, what more convincing do you need?
The poster's tagline -- "You win or you die" -- is a variation on one of the main lines in the series, underlying the idea of the titular game of thrones. If you need some historical context for the action drama, author George R.R. Martin launched the series by drawing inspiration from England's War of the Roses, when the major houses of Britain rose up against each other to try to win the throne of England. The stage is similarly set in the upcoming HBO fantasy series.
Check out the full poster past the jump!
Mark Ruffalo is best known for his leading and supporting roles in dramatic pictures like "Shutter Island" and "The Kids Are All Right," but his career could be in for a change of course.
We're not talking about his turn as Bruce Banner in "The Avengers," either, though that superhero blockbuster will undoubtedly launch Ruffalo's name into a different stratosphere. Instead, it's Ruffalo's upcoming directorial debut, "Sympathy for Delicious," that has our eyebrows raised and our curiosity piqued.
Check out some details about "Sympathy for Delicious," as well as the exclusive premiere of the film's poster, after the jump.
Families aren't supposed to get along. Not all the time, at least. In-fighting and pettiness is par for the course when it comes to the interpersonal politics of family life, but in "Natural Selection," that dreadful sense of awkwardness and insecurity is explored at a wholly unusual level.
"Natural Selection," which premieres at the South by Southwest Film Festival kicking off next week, focuses on Linda White (played by comedian Rachael Harris), a barren Christian housewife who can only watch as her husband wastes away on his deathbed. But the dying man makes a startling confession: he has a 23-year-old illegitimate son, Raymond (Matt O'Leary), and he wants to see him before he dies.
The shockingly sympathetic Linda agrees to her husband's request and sets off on a road trip that takes her all the way from Texas and straight to Raymond's front door. We proudly present the results of that trip to our MTV readers in the exclusive clip above.
With at least two different Abraham Lincoln films coming down the pipeline, it's understandable if the one featuring blood-sucking monsters and heavily armed vampire hunters is the one that catches your interest.
But you can keep your enthusiasm for "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" firmly intact while still carving out room for "The Conspirator." James McAvoy and Robin Wright star in the Robert Redford-directed period piece that examines the fallout of President Lincoln's assassination, unraveling a highly complicated plot filled with danger and deception at every turn.
If that's not enough to convince you, then maybe what you need is something a bit more visual. Luckily, we've got you covered on that – after the jump, check out the official poster for "The Conspirator."
One of the upcoming films we're most looking forward to (especially after this past weekend's "Saturday Night Live") is the Russell Brand-starring remake of the '80s classic "Arthur." Between Brand doing his best Dudley Moore impression and Helen Mirren as his trusty butler Hobson, that's more than enough incentive to get me in theaters.
But a new poster for the film just hit the Internet, and we have to admit, it makes a bold claim that we just don't agree with: that Arthur is "the world's only loveable billionaire." Really?
Judging by the set visit MTV was invited to, the first theatrical trailer for the film and Brand's overall persona, Arthur does look to be quite the loveable character. But the world's only loveable billionaire? Well that we've got to disagree with, because there are plenty of other movie billionaires that we love just as much as him.
When you're a 15-year-old kid, your perception of yourself is rarely the same as the way the rest of the world views you. Such is the case with 15-year-old Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) in director Richard Ayoade's feature film debut "Submarine," playing at this week's Sundance Film Festival.
Based on the 2008 novel by Joe Dunthorne and produced by Ben Stiller, "Submarine" follows the aforementioned Oliver, who fancies himself a cool, well-liked literary genius but in reality is socially awkward and unpopular. With his 16th birthday on the horizon, Oliver wants to do just two things: lose his virginity to his arsonist girlfriend Jordana (Yasmin Paige) and prevent his mom (Sally Hawkins), whom he suspects of banging her New Age life/dance coach Graham (Paddy Considine), from leaving his depressed father (Noah Taylor). And so he sets out to break up his mother's affair and save his family... all while pursing the seemingly impossible dream of cashing in his V card.
Get your exclusive first look at the "Submarine" poster below! Read More...
2010 was great year for HD imagery on the walls outside of theaters, as well as on indoor screens. The mark of a great poster comes when you get to the end of the year and remember a design and title even if you never made it to the box office to see the film. The exceptional ones may have even convinced you to make Friday night plans and dole out 12 bucks for a ticket.
Boasting some innovative layouts and homages to masterpieces of the past, as well as a keen grasp of what catches the eye, here are our top 10 picks for 2010 movie posters that will still be imprinted on our minds in 2011, 2012 and long after. Read More...