Joseph Kosinski’s ‘Tron: Legacy’ wasn’t necessarily the sequel fans patiently waited nearly 30 years to see.
The convoluted sci-fi effort split critics right down the middle, earning a 50% Fresh grade on Rotten Tomatoes. But at the box office, ‘Legacy’ took in a healthy $400 million worldwide … enough to generate talk of a potential third installment. Which is exactly what ‘Legacy’ screenwriters Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz did while attending WonderCon in Anaheim.
'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,' the horror-action adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel went over big at WonderCon over the weekend. Grahame-Smith moderated a panel, the centerpiece of which included exclusive footage from the new film. Want to take a look at what the audience saw?
After making an appearance at WonderCon this weekend, 'The Amazing Spider-Man' has ramped up its viral marketing. Although the footage from the movie shown at the fan convention in Anaheim this past weekend was the same eight minutes premiered around the world via satellite a few weeks back, the upcoming Columbia Pictures release has added a new wrinkle in the form of a website.
Easily one of the biggest panel events at this past weekend's WonderCon was the one from 20th Century Fox. Not only did they give us a sneak peek at 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' but showed off new footage of the highly anticipated Ridley Scott movie 'Prometheus.'
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