Last week, we premiered an exclusive "Expendables 2" photo featuring the man, the myth, the legend… Chuck Norris. You guys were, understandably, big fans of the first look at Norris in the star-studded action sequel. Which means you should be very big fans of what we've got in store for you today.
We're pleased to premiere the official Chuck Norris "Expendables 2" poster, featuring the bearded badass armed to the teeth and ready to dole out his unique brand of justice on those who oppose him. And as we all know, anyone opposing Chuck Norris doesn't stand a chance.
Get a look at the full poster past the jump!
With the news that Francis Lawrence is going to be directing "Catching Fire" still hot off the presses, Lionsgate has also announced that "The Hunger Games" is going to be rereleased in IMAX for one week's time.
To date, "Hunger Games" has brought in almost $341 million domestic, and $13.2 million of that is thanks to its IMAX sales. Lionsgate and IMAX will return the film to theaters on April 27, and it will play through May 3.
"It's wonderful that so many fans have expressed interest in seeing 'The Hunger Games' in the immersive IMAX format, and many of these are repeat viewers," said Lionsgate's Motion Picture Group Co-Chair Rob Friedman in a press release. "We're delighted that IMAX has been able to accommodate them through this special one week re-engagement."
Our Summer Movie Preview Week continues with an exclusive look at "Moonrise Kingdom" character Cousin Ben!
The Wes Anderson film follows two twelve year olds who fall in love in the summer of 1965. They flee from their home island off the coast of New England and travel into the wilderness. As the Sheriff leads a search party to hunt them down, a storm approaches and their once peaceful home is shaken beyond anyone's control—which might be the town's saving grace. The all-star cast includes Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton and Jason Schwartzman, who plays Cousin Ben.
When it comes to Quentin Tarantino, you expect a few things. You expect violence, snappy dialogue and a killer soundtrack. For his newest movie, "Django Unchained," Tarantino promised a western in the style of Sergio Leone, but transplanted to the pre-Civil War South. And if you don't think the first poster delivers on that promise, I'm sorry, but you're dead wrong.
The new poster has a simple graphic design, much in the style of the fan-made art that has been around almost since the movie's announcement. A length of chain hangs down in front of a red background, above the heads of two men, presumably Jaime Foxx's and Christoph Waltz's characters. The poster doesn't feature the title, but tells you just about everything you need to know: "The new film by Quentin Tarantino" and "Christmas."
Click through the jump to see the full poster!
"Battleship" might not be charging into theaters until May 18, but fans lucky enough to be attending WonderCon in Anaheim, Calif. this weekend will be in for a treat. In addition to Universal hosting a panel showcasing the film, director Peter Berg and star Brooklyn Decker will be signing exclusive artwork for the movie designed by comics artist Jock.
MTV News has an exclusive first look at the poster that shows off "Battleship's" alien villains. We don't know too much about the extraterrestrials, but they look pretty intimidating right here and now. And, as Jock worked as a concept designer on the film, it seems safe to say that this version is a good representation of what we'll be seeing on the big screen.
Keep reading to see the full piece of art, debuting at WonderCon this Saturday (March 17).
Well, this is awful. Or awesome. Depending on how you look at it. Either way, it's pretty darn grisly.
HBO has released a brand new "Game of Thrones" poster as part of the build-up to season two, premiering on April 1. The marketing for the new season has been all about the impending War of the Five Kings, and today's poster squares firmly on the actions of the deplorable Joffrey Baratheon... and exploits the greatest tragedy of "Game of Thrones" season one in the process.
Yeah, if you've seen the first season, you know what I'm talking about. See the bloody evidence for yourself beyond the break. But if you're not caught up on "Thrones" and plan to fix that before season two, warning: HUGE SPOILER ahead. Tread lightly!
Last week, we brought you the "That's My Boy" red-band trailer, showcasing Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg's raunchy new comedy about a father reconnecting with his long lost son on the week of his son's wedding -- with Sandler playing Samberg's dad, despite the less than 15 year age difference between the two actors.
Today, the madness continues. Sandler and Samberg's first big screen collaboration gets a second trailer this week right here at MTV Movies, this time of the more family-friendly green band variety. Check it out, then click past the break to see an exclusive new "That's My Boy" poster!
As a movie fan, there are few things I enjoy more than Guy Pearce movies and Luc Besson movies. So fuse the two together into one far-out space-set thriller, and you know I'm going to be on board.
That's why I'm pretty pumped to host this exclusive "Lockout" poster here on Movies Blog. It's got Guy Pearce. It's got Maggie Grace. It's got an awesome future gun riddling bullets into who-knows-what. In short, it's awesome. Check it out in full past the break!
by Ryan Rigley
Get up, stand up! It's finally here! Bob Marley fans have been eagerly awaiting a film that truly represents the music legend for who he was and what he stood for. Well, we here at MTV News have an exclusive first look at the poster for "Marley," the upcoming documentary about the life and times of the highly acclaimed musician.
Check it out past the jump!
Heavy metal fans, this one's for you. We've got an exclusive first look at the poster for "Last Days Here," a new documentary from Don Argott and Demian Fenton about the life and times of Bobby Liebling, front man of the cult metal band Pentagram.
Check out the poster beyond the break!