If there's one thing we've learned from George Clooney, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Adam West and Christian Bale's runs at Batman, it's that the Dark Knight will never die. Though, now that Bane has come and gone, and Bale's Bruce Wayne is enjoying retirement with Anne Hathaway's Catwoman, what's next for the Bat? Will Joseph Gordon-Levitt take over superhero duties for a new franchise of films like we all might secretly want?
'Gangster Squad' -- featuring an all-star cast including Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn and Josh Brolin -- hits theaters next week, and we're excited to see one of the most anticipated movies of the new year on the big screen. While Warner Bros. released a number of trailers, posters, images and behind-the-scenes footage to get us all pumped, it's now time to bring on the clips -- six clips in fact!
Since you have nothing better to do than finish making the holiday rounds this week, why not amuse your clicking hand with a new installment of Scene Shuffle? You know the drill, ScreenCrush mashes up a movie image and it's your job to put it together in the fastest time possible before someone else does.
This time around, you're gonna tackle one of the 'Pacific Rim' posters. Guillermo del Toro's giant robot epic took the internet by storm when the first trailer debuted on Apple a few weeks back along with a couple posters, but one slipped through the cracks.
The dazzling trailer for Baz Luhrmann's 'The Great Gatsby' sashayed online just yesterday, and if it whet your appetite for the world of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic, there's another treat from the Warner Bros. release waiting for you today -- six brand-new posters we've collected featuring all of the main characters!
You'll be forgiven if you're still reeling from last night's trailer debut of 'Pacific Rim,' which we think we can objectively say looks utterly fantastic. If Guillermo del Toro's monsters vs. robots epic wasn't already near the top of your 2013 "must see" list, it surely is now.
The hits keep on coming from the sci-fi epic, as today we've clutched on to the new 'Pacific Rim' poster, which debuted along with the trailer on Apple. Head beyond the break to see it in full.
The 'Pacific Rim' trailer countdown is finally over. Following a teaser-filled viral campaign that began with blueprints for director Guillermo del Toro's giant robots (known as Jaegers) and ending with a nail-biting countdown to its release, the first trailer is here! And the monsters have officially awakened.
You'll recall about a month ago we told you about the battle between two 'Hobbits'; that is, Warner Bros. 'The Hobbit' and The Asylum's crude knock-off, 'Age of the Hobbits.' Warner Bros. filed a lawsuit against the smaller studio, known for its "mockbusters," insisting they stop the release of their slightly similarly titled movie, with the idea being that they were infringing on their 'Hobbit' trademark. Meanwhile, The Asylum was all, "What are you talking about, this is a totally different thing!"
It appears as though, if you'll forgive the analogy, in this particular case of David vs. Goliath, Goliath has most definitely won. At least for now.
Before Bryan Singer turns all his attention to 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' with his ultimate all-star troupe of past and present 'X-Men' movie casts, he first must tie up loose ends with 'Jack the Giant Slayer.' Not too long ago, he finished cutting together the new trailer, which is now joined by an all-new poster featuring our hero strolling right into the giant's den... well, mouth.
'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,' the first film in Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit' film trilogy, has been long in the making. The professed J.R.R. Tolkien fan has been wanting to turn this beloved book into a big screen adaptation for some time, and the debut of the 'Lord of the Rings' movie trilogy was a step towards this fulfillment. But it certainly wasn't an easy road as many people teamed up to put this project together.
Before you see 'An Unexpected Journey' in theaters when it hits this Friday, December 14, take a look at this collection of behind-the-scenes photos to get a feel for what it took to make a movie of this magnitude. Seeing a group of ogres without costume and makeup is as arguably entertaining as seeing them on screen. Or what about Sir Ian McKellen grabbing some coffe in full Gandalf attire!