The first "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" deleted scene has hit the web, and it's a scene that we've been itching to see since the film landed in theaters in November.
In adapting "Deathly Hallows," the "Harry Potter" team had to condense the opening scene where Harry leaves his Muggle family for the sake of time and pacing, resulting in a quick little opening montage. The change worked well, but it left audiences missing some interesting exposition between Harry and his only living family -- the same people who made his life miserable for the first 10 years of his life.
After the jump, watch the tense scene unfold between Harry and his Aunt Petunia in the Dursley household.
When you're walking around Bangkok wearing a wicker hat, a denim jacket and a monkey on your shoulder, chances are good that you have a hangover.
The latest photo from the upcoming flick "The Hangover Part II" has hit the internet courtesy of Cine Marcado (via /Film), and it shows our favorite wolf pack standing around a bit puzzled and distracted. But the still raises more questions than it answers, and in our book that means it’s high time for some analysis.
Click on after the jump to read what's new, what's old and what we just want to know more about.
Spring is in the air, and you know what that means: it's time to go back to the "Caribbean."
Yahoo premiered the latest trailer for "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," and it's the best look yet at the upcoming film. The Rob Marshall-directed installment of the "Pirates" saga looks as close to the spirit of "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" that we've seen since it hit theaters, winning us over instantly with its charming manipulation of our favorite pirate tales.
After the jump we break down what's new in the trailer, what we loved and why we can't wait until May 20.
You've made it this far, Dewey, but can you go four for four?
If we're being honest, we're starting to worry about Woodsboro's favorite law man. "Scream" protagonist Dwight "Dewey" Riley has survived his fair share of encounters with the nefarious Ghostface, but can he live through a fourth round against the masked serial killer? If this latest photo from "Scream 4" is any indication, Dewey may have finally met his match.
After the jump, check out the three reasons why we're growing increasingly weary about Dewey's survival odds!
Remember that "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" footage we told you about earlier this week? Well, it's here!
ABC Family debuted new footage from the second half of "Deathly Hallows" last night as part of their weekend-long "Harry Potter" marathon, and boy-who-lived did it deliver! On first glance, it looks like the footage just shows a lot of the same scenes we saw in the first full-length trailer, but once we dug a little deeper, there was a whole lot worth getting excited about.
Dobby's grave? Check. Major death scene? Check. A Snape flashback? Check. Click on after the jump to watch the footage and read our spoiler-filled analysis!
Ghost Face is at it again, and some new photos released from "Scream 4" show us that things are going to be as bloody as ever.
The "Scream 4" official Facebook page uploaded some new photos from the upcoming sequel, and needless to say there are a lot of knives, shocked faces and ghost masks floating around in them. The movie, which hits theaters on April 15, is set 10 years after the previous three "Scream" films, and that means 10 years worth of increasingly inventive kills from our dear Ghost Face.
At least one of those kills is shown rather graphically in these photos, so if your stomach can't take it or if you want to keep yourself spoiler-free for the flick, we suggest you skip. But for those of you as curious as we are, click on the photo above to see all of the new "Scream" photos, and head past the jump for our analysis!
"When you play the game of thrones, you either win or you die."
So says Queen Cersei Lannister (Lena Heady) in the latest and by far the best trailer for HBO's upcoming "Game of Thrones," and truer words have never been spoken. If all of the previous videos promoting the series have been teasing just how great the adaptation of the first "A Song of Ice and Fire" novel is going to be as a television series, then this one finally, finally gives it all away.
The Wall. The Red Keep. Varys. The White Walkers. Old Nan. Syrio teaching Arya Stark her "needlework." It's all here after the jump.
Those of you looking forward to Zack Snyder's latest flick better brace yourselves for one heck of a sucker punch.
Warner Bros. has released a whole slew of new photos from the upcoming "Sucker Punch," revealing our clearest looks yet at Jon Hamm and Vanessa Hudgens' characters in the movie. Seeing the erstwhile Don Draper in evil nerdy-glasses mode while Hudgens taps into her promiscuous side? Yeah, it's safe to say that we're hooked on "Sucker Punch" already!
Of the new "Sucker Punch" photos, there were five that really got us in a tizzy for the flick. Click on after the jump to see Hamm, Hudgens and a whole host of badassery from the upcoming movie!
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!