'Noah' is the first movie to release its 2014 Super Bowl ad, and now we're starting to get a look at the larger picture of the film. There's the familiar images of Russell Crowe preparing his ark, and looks at his family, but now we can see that fire is raining down from the heavens.
With 'Thor: The Dark World' outperforming the first 'Thor' both domestically ($204 million vs. $181 million) and worldwide ($632 million vs. $449 million) a 'Thor 3' was all but inevitable. Now Marvel has confirmed it by hiring one of their own to write it.
One of this spring's biggest question marks is Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah,' which has Russell Crowe playing the titular hero, the biblical figure who saved his family and all the animals with his giant ark. Now the film has a final poster that suggests Noah is ready for action.
Talk about building buzz! We're over a year away from the release of the hotly anticipated big screen version of 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' but Universal is already trying to stoke the fires for the film by releasing a poster in five cities tomorrow, spotlighting the back of its Christian Grey, Jamie Dornan.
Though Magna (Japanese comic books) have long been a solid cult industry in America, Hollywood has had no luck so far in bringing those comics to the big screen (for instance: 'Akira'). But that luck may have changed as DreamWorks now has plans to adapt 'Ghost in the Shell' for the big screen, with 'Snow White and the Huntsman' director Rupert Sanders behind the helm.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' director Bryan Singer loves to tease his upcoming film, as all through production he tweeted photos from the set, and now he's setting us up to pay attention on January 27, which promises to be a "day of surprises.'
Warner Brothers recently shuffled their release dates when 'Batman Vs. Superman' was moved into 2016 and 'Pan' was put into the date the Zack Snyder film had previously claimed. Marvel, perhaps sensing that an updated version of 'Peter Pan' is no direct competition, has now moved Edgar Wright's 'Ant-Man' up to July 17, 2015.
Recently, we were buzzed that Quentin Tarantino planned to make a new Western called 'The Hateful Eight.' Alas, the project is being set aside as Tarantino is furious that his script has already leaked all over Hollywood.
2015 was looking like the craziest year in cinema history (at least in terms of blockbusters) with 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron,' 'Star Wars: Episode 7' and more battling it out in the summer and winter months. 'Batman Vs. Superman' was one of the those big titles, but Warner Brothers and DC seemingly don't want to compete with that crowd and have moved the picture to May 6, 2016
Though perhaps not thought of as a mega-blockbuster, 'Despicable Me 2' grossed $368 million domestically and $935 million worldwide, and is currently the 25th highest grossing film in America and 24th worldwide. So, no surprise, Universal has dated 'Despicable Me 3' for 2017.
After offering ace support in comedies like 'Wet Hot American Summer' and 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin,' and wearing the weirdest outfits in 'The Hunger Games' films, it's great to see Elizabeth Banks get a movie of her own. That film is 'Walk of Shame,' and now there's a trailer.
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