Guillermo Del Toro’s grand homage to Japanese monster movies, Pacific Rim, opens on July 12th. Check out the new trailer following the jump.
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Thanks to popular demand, Warner Brothers has released the spectacular WonderCon trailer for Pacific Rim – Guillermo Del Toro’s homage to Japanese kaijiu (giant monster) movies. Check it out after the jump.
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.
Golden Globe Nominees! Fantastic Four casting wishes! Reviews abound for the trailers for Star Trek Into Darkness, Pacific Rim, and After Earth! Non-spoiler review for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey! Hit play above, or the jump for more details on the show!
This has been out for a few days, but if you’ve missed it, you’ve missed a lot of fun! Del Toro’s homage to kaiju movies appears to kick some serious extra-dimensional tuchus!