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'Gangster Squad' Trailer: "This Isn't a Crime Wave, It's an Occupation"

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by Damon Houx October 11, 2012 @ 7:16 PM
Warner Brothers
After being delayed by 'The Dark Knight Rises' theater shooting, and after a round of reshoots that removed gunplay in a theater setting, it looks like 'Gangster Squad' is back into fighting shape, and now there's a new trailer that shows a lot of new footage (and removes the shootout in the theater).

'Gangster Squad' Poster Photoshops the Hell Out of Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone

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by Britt Hayes October 10, 2012 @ 2:30 PM
Warner Bros.
'Gangster Squad' was delayed, and it seems Warner Bros. is using this time (un)wisely to do more marketing -- like making this horrible new poster that Photoshops the life right out of all of the actors. How could you do this to Ryan Gosling, you guys?!

'Gangster Squad' International Trailer Features New Footage

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by George Roush July 10, 2012 @ 11:00 PM
See all those cool cats up there? They're just chillin', waiting for the new international trailer to be released for their upcoming movie 'Gangster Squad.' Looks like they can finally stop hanging out at the park and go watch that new trailer that was just released today.

'Amazing Spider-Man 2' - Where the Rebooted Franchise Will Go Next

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by Christopher Campbell July 4, 2012 @ 9:27 AM
Sony Pictures
“Ultimately the audience will tell us if they want one.” That’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ director Marc Webb talking recently about ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2.’ But this is a silly statement because, first of all, the audience didn’t really want a ‘Spider-Man’ reboot yet got one anyway, and, second, Sony has actually been planning the trilogy for a while now. In fact, 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' is already in the rewrite stage, courtesy of ‘Transformers’ scribes Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci, and is set for release on May 2, 2014. So what will happen in 'Amazing Spider-Man 2?'
Spoilers ahead...

Wanna See 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Before Everybody Else?

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by Sean O'Connell June 22, 2012 @ 9:07 AM
Sony Pictures
Sony senses they have something special on their hands with Marc Webb’s upcoming reboot ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’ Tracking numbers released on Thursday say the film could earn as much as $125 million over the July 4 frame. (The numbers were slightly behind ‘The Avengers,’ and we all know how that movie played out.) And early reviews hitting the Web have been positive. So Sony’s making a wise decision and bringing Spidey to the fans earlier than expected. Find out how you can get tickets!