With its March 1st release date looming, it looks like the marketing folks behind Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer' finally remembered that they have a movie to sell. Arriving hot on the heels of a teaser for the new trailer (oh, the days we live in!), the first official clip from the movie is full of all kinds of Giant action, although not too much Giant slaying. Check out the clip below.
We're less than a month away from the release of Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' and though the film had nine additional months to figure out how to sell itself (it was originally scheduled to hit theaters in June of last year), we still don't know what to expect. There's a new trailer coming on Monday, and the preview for it suggests scale and pageantry.
It's long been rumored that 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' would not only be utilizing an absurdly large cast but also featuring something fans have been waiting to see brought to life on the big screen: Sentinels. Those nasty robots have given the X-Men so much grief throughout the entire comic book series, and now you'll be happy to know that they will indeed be heavily featured in Bryan Singer's latest movie installment.
One would think that we'd be sick of all the 'Jack the Giant Slayer' posters spilling out of the Warner Bros. woodwork -- do we really need separate ones for each of the giants? But the final two (at least, let's hope they're the final two) are actually more visually stimulating than the previous ones. Check them out after the jump.
Bryan Singer has a new movie on the horizon, 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' but let's be realistic: any lucky sonofagun who speaks to the man while he's out promoting his latest is going to be far more interested in the impending 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.' Thankfully, Singer appears to be pretty jazzed about it, as is evident in a new interview with Empire Magazine, where he touts a truly epic sequel and reveals how James Cameron -- yes, the King of the World -- figures into the project.
We knew that 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' was going to be a time travel story that would somehow merge the universes of the original 'X-Men' films and 'X-Men: First Class,' but the most recent casting news suggests something more epic than we could have possibly imagined. A cavalcade of past mutant superheroes have officially joined the cast, deepening an already absurdly great ensemble.
It was just the other day that 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' Bryan Singer's updated story of 'Jack and the Beanstalk,' unveiled its latest poster with an up-close view (perhaps too close) of one of those butt-ugly giants. Now we've got four more of his buddies, each with its own unique poster, and in true movie marketing style, it seems as though they're counting down to something.
It has nothing to do with that other 'Twilight,' nor is it merely a series about a scary door, but 'The Twilight Zone' might be ready for a new generation. Sources are saying that acclaimed 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' director Bryan Singer has closed a deal to update the sci-fi/horror classic anthology series for the modern generation (again), likely to land on CBS. What will Bryan Singer bring to a modern 'Twilight Zone?'