The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly contains a sizable 'Man of Steel' feature, as well as Henry Cavill's Superman on the cover. Best of all, the mag is bringing us seven new images from the film, including looks at Zod (Michael Shannon) and Jor-El (Russell Crowe); you can see the whole batch after the break!
A would-be writer settles in Long Island from the Midwest and is drawn into his millionaire neighbor's lavish and deceit-filled lifestyle.
Chadwick Boseman and Harrison Ford star in the upcoming Jackie Robinson biopic '42,' following the iconic baseball player as he was signed to the Brooklyn Dodgers and broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. In honor of the film (and being that sports fans recently celebrated Opening Day), we're giving away a huge '42'-themed prize pack complete with some awesome baseball attire.
Now that Disney's 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' swept away the box office this past weekend, all but assuring a sequel with or without the participation of director Sam Raimi, the race is officially on to capitalize on the classic 'Wizard of Oz' tale that largely exists in the public domain. Plenty of efforts past and future could arrive to challenge 'Oz: The Great and Powerful,' but might Dorothy come to TV in a new 'Game of Thrones'-style series titled 'Red Brick Road?' Get the scoop on Warner Bros.' new TV project inside!
Before Steve Carrell returns as the hysterical Brick in 'Anchorman 2,' we'll get to see him as a leading funnyman in 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,' where he plays a magician struggling to survive in the modern world of stage magic. Before the film hits theaters March 15, we've got a few tricks of our own to show you. For instance, how about a free prize pack that includes some beer pong sets and a magic kit?
Bryan Singer of 'X-Men' fame has turned his sights to the storybook world of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' for his latest directorial project 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' coming out in theaters March 1. Although we've already given you a good look at the film through a number of trailers, posters and clips, we've got something bigger (dare we say, giant?) to offer -- a prize pack filled with merchandise pegged to the movie.
With a big-budget film like 'The Dark Knight Rises,' there were many drafts of the script, costumes, concept art and the like that did not make the final cut. For one, we all know that one of Bane's original design was more akin to the comic book villain than the one Tom Hardy portrayed on the screen. For another, the promotional artwork went through a number of changes as well. Just take a look at these gun and ammunition-themed posters that Warner Bros. almost used to promote Christopher Nolan's final Batman film.
It's a challenge young Lena (Alice Englert) asks Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich) when they first meet and when they say their goodbyes. On the surface it's a response to whether or not the book she's reading (a collection by Charles Bukowski) is worthwhile. On a deeper (but not too deep) level it comments on the true nature of a young woman born into a family of “casters cursed to the dark side.” But from my vantage point, that of a critic readying his review, it was a plea.