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As our coverage of last week’s CinemaCon winds to a close, we are going on the record that we think New Line’s R-rated summer comedy Horrible Bosses will be one of the biggest sleeper hits of the summer. After all, how can it not be with a cast that has Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis from “Saturday Night Live” and Charlie Day from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” being tormented… Continue reading CinemaCon Exclusive: Horrible Bosses Director Seth Gordon

One of the more exciting aspects of last week’s CinemaCon was the return of prodigal son Todd Phillips, whose trailer for The Hangover debuted there two years ago to huge acclaim. The prolific comedy director was there to present the first full trailer for The Hangover Part II , which appeared almost simultaneously online , as part of Warner Bros.’ The Big Picture 2011. The anticipated sequel has the… Continue reading CinemaCon Exclusive: Todd Phillips Talks The Hangover Part II

Earlier this week, Walt Disney Pictures gave their presentation at CinemaCon, which ended with the premiere of three extended clips from their summer tentpole Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides , which puts Johnny Depp back in the hat and boots of Captain Jack Sparrow for a new adventure.

After an introduction by producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Rob Marshall, they showed three fairly long sequences from the… Continue reading CinemaCon: Three Full Scenes From Pirates: On Stranger Tides Shown

Tuesday morning’s DreamWorks presentation ended with a behind-the-scenes sizzle reel for Shawn Levy’s Real Steel , starring Hugh Jackman. Narrated by Levy and Jackman, the clip gave an overview of the story, based on Richard (“I Am Legend”) Matheson’s novel about a dystopian future where people get their entertainment from watching large robots boxing in the ring and introduced roughly a half-dozen robots in the movie who either fight… Continue reading CinemaCon Exclusive: Shawn Levy & Hugh Jackman on Real Steel

Warner Bros.’ The Big Picture presentation really made an impact on the last day of CinemaCon 2011, as it showcased a lot of new footage from their entire 2011 line-up, including three new comedies that are likely to make an impact this summer. We also have an exclusive interview with three comedy superstars who appear in one of them.

But before we get to the big laughs, the Warner Bros… Continue reading CinemaCon: Horrible Bosses and Crazy, Stupid, Love. Trailers