JJ Abrams may have the helm of Star Wars for now, but he’s going to be replaced soon. Rian Johnson, who recently wrote and directed the sci-fi movie Looper, has been tapped to take over for the last two Star Wars movies in the nine episode series. Abrams pulled double duty for Episode VII, currently in production.
This afternoon the folks behind viral advertising campaign action for each successive Hunger Games film have pushed a number of Panem-themed posters. Panem Today, Panem Tomorrow, Panem Forever. That’s what this is all about - in just about as modern a style change as we’ve ever seen taken on Russian propaganda-age graphic design.
There’s little doubt now that the Nickelodeon-owned Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand is going to go all-out when it comes to licensing new toys for their 2014 film. This week we’re having an early peek at a catalog of LEGO sets which shows off Ninja Turtles sets in several sizes, each with their own unique set of heroes in a half shell.
This week the folks behind the upcoming N.W.A. biopic have released a photo containing several key members of the cast and crew. You’ll see the director, F. Gary Gray, standing top center flanked by Ice Cube and Dr. Dre, both of whom will be producing the movie. This film is set to open on August 14th, 2015.
Guardians of the Galaxy arrives on August 1, and leading up to the release is yet another teaser trailer, this one launching internationally with over two minutes of clips and bits from the film. We've got the video for you after the jump.
Now that the LEGO Movie is returning to the streets after a short absence - between theaters and its DVD/Blu-ray release - it’s time to bring out the real deal. Here as we devour the digital release of The LEGO Movie, we construct the largest of the LEGO Movie LEGO sets - the largest so far, that is to say. Here be MetalBeard’s Sea Cow.
Today’s the day The LEGO Movie comes to DVD, Blu-ray, and combinations of the two therein. This film was released in its digital format earlier this month to web-based storefronts like Google Play and iTunes, and starting today you’ll be able to pick it up in physical format. This film comes in packages of many sizes, from most basic to a rather strange combo-pack.
Amazon, no stranger to controversy, has stopped taking pre-orders of Warner Bros. movies, including the much-anticipated The LEGO Movie. If this tune sounds familiar, it's because it is: Amazon has recently done the same with publisher Hachette, flexing its retailer muscle in a bid for better deals.