Transformers 4 production is moving steadily to its first day of shooting and Michael Bay is getting a jump on promotion even before camera are rolling. First, Bay made an announcement, via his website, that there will be a redesign of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, now the famed director is showing off a new transformer for the film.
If you haven’t got your tickets for the Man of Steel yet, you better get a move on it. The film is tracking very well for the studio and tickets may be hard to come by for the first couple of days in the theaters.
In the beginning, marketing for Man of Steel appeared to be sluggish but not long after trailer, TV spots, photos, and posters exploded on the scene. | Full Story
Jerry Bruckheimer’s The Lone Ranger is near its July 3 release and the trailers have been running on TV and the internet like mad. Today, a brand new featurette for The Lone Ranger surfaced on Yahoo! Movie’s website showing off the “Spirit Platform.” It’s a fairly small unsafe looking stage constructed on the edge of a cliff in Moeb, Utah, at which a frightful Armie Hammer stands atop for an aerial shot. | Full Story
As production continues for The Amazing Spider-man 2 in New York City a photographer managed to capture Paul Giamatti suited up in his CGI Rhino’s costume.
In the photo by Superherohype, Giamatti can be seen getting strapped in by prop masters in what would be the outer shell of the Rhino that special effects artist will build from in post production.
Rhino will be one of two villains that Spider-man will be up against in the upcoming sequel. | Full Story
Warner Bros. and legendary pictures have released two new images from Pacific Rim featuring an up close look at the giant monsters called Kaiju.
As you can see in the images below humans are the sizes of a tic tack compared to the sea dwelling aliens.
Pacific Rim opens in theaters July 12 and stars Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Robert Kazinsky, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, Max Martini, Burn Gorman, Diego Klattenhoff, Brad William and Joe Campbell. | Full Story
Morgan Freeman appeared to be exhausted while he was out doing promotion for his new film Now You See Me with Seattle’s Q13 News. Seconds into the video it was obvious that the aging actor was fading fast.
During the interview, the 75-year-old actor was clearly fighting sleep while his co-star Michael Caine was speaking, but Freeman was losing badly and honorably surrendered to his exhaustion overtly bowing his head and going to sleep. | Full Story
The trailer for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., ABC’s highly anticipated series that spins off The Avengers to the small screen., is now online due to the efforts of impatient fans across the web. As a result of fans flooding twitter with the hashtag # CoulsonLives, the network responded by unlocking bonus footage and this trailer.
S.H.I.E.L.D. will follow Clark Gregg’s agent Phil Coulson, who was also featured in the Marvel feature films, as he attempts to assemble a small group of special agents from around the world to protect the earth from a growing threat to the human population. | Full Story
When studios think about making money from a movie they’re banking on merchandising. Case in point, Man Of Steel Calendars have just been released by Warner Bros.
Aside from watching Henry Cavill as Superman on the big screen when the film hits 3D, 2D and IMAX theaters on June 14, fans will be able to see the star every month of next year. The 2014 calendar year features images of Cavill’s Superman in the new slick costume. | Full Story
A new Man Of Steel TV spot came online today by way of Warner Bros. Pictures—the studio behind the superhero movie, and at the 0:24 mark, the spot shows Superman letting out an uncharacteristic angry roar as he flies off to sock it to some bad guys. If you haven’t seen the official Man of Steel trailer, it’s available right here.
Henry Cavill suits up as the caped hero supported by an all star casts that included Diane Lane and Kevin Costner as Clark’s earthbound parents, Oscar winner Russell Crowe as Superman’s Kryptonian father; Amy Adams as Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane; Laurence Fishburne as editor Perry White; and Michael Shannon as Superman’s otherworldly archenemy General Zod. | Full Story
Warner Bros. has just released a new character poster for The Hangover III featuring “Wolfpack” member Doug (Justin Bartha).
Last week, the studio released five other posters featuring John Goodman, Jade and Carlos, Leslie Chow, Angry Gamecock and Giraffe. All of which you could check out in the gallery below.
In the aftermath of the death of Alan’s father, the Wolfpack decide to take Alan to get treated for his mental issues. | Full Story