As many of you should know by now, your fearless leader was at Cinemacon in Vegas a few weeks ago. I had a chance to participate in the Green Room activities where I talked with this summer’s biggest stars in the business including Morgan Freeman, Harrison Ford, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Melissa McCarthy and more! Due to eye surgery I’m a late in posting some of these, but watch this space over the next few days! First up we have Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson! You’ll notice I asked most of the questions! They talked about their experience with Google, if there would be a Wedding Crashers 2 and how the heck could they win a Cinemacon award for Comedy Duo of the Year when they didn’t have a movie – although, technically the award is for THIS year. Check out the video and transcript.
Lionsgate has released a photo of the teaser poster (above) and trailer (after the jump) for Only God Forgives the re-teaming of Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling.
Lionsgate’s magicians-pulling-heists flick looks even more intriguing in its dazzling new trailer. If I hadn’t already decided I had to see it, this trailer would’ve convinced me.
Follow the jump to check it out.
They’re dead lawmen, saving the world one soul at a time. Jeff Bridges (having way too much fun) and Ryan Reynolds (ditto) star in Universal’s P.I.P.D. – Rest in Peace Department, protecting and serving the living starting July 19th.
Follow the jump to one of the most entertaining trailers of the year.
Part of the fun of going to university is becoming part of a prestigious fraternity or sorority (or so I’m told) – and since the heroes of Monsters, Inc. went to university, one has to wonder what the Greek Experience was like for them.
Now, thanks to the fine folks at Disney•Pixar, we get a peek into the Greek culture of Monster University. Check out the fraternity and sorority portraits of the film’s characters – along with society descriptions – following the jump.
Monsters University is in theaters on June 21st.
The folks at Warner Brothers weren’t kidding when they said they had a full slate for 2013. The presentation started with the head of domestic distribution telling the audience that Warner Brothers Pictures is the only studio to have over $1 billion dollars in Box office business every year for 12 years and that with any luck this will be “lucky 13.” Instead of having actors do the introductions they shined the spotlight on their directors. The presentation was a bit disappointing as we did not get much new footage that we haven’t seen before and it wasn’t focused. Curiously missing, or maybe not was any finished footage for the next installment of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. But we did get quick glimpses during The highlight was the premiere of the brand .They showcased an ambitious slate that had a nice mix of franchises, original IP and of course what everyone was looking forward to seeing – new Man of Steel footage.
The jury may still be out as to whether Gore Verbonski’s The Lone Ranger will do for westerns what his Pirates of the Caribbean did for pirate movies, but it has to said: it’s gonna look cool!
Four more character posters follow the jump.