With Warner Bros. and DC Comics gearing up to unleash their first superhero-based cinematic universe, fans from all over the spectrum of devotion to the publisher’s characters have their ideas on how that world should be presented on the big screen. Some likely believe that the path to greatness lies solely in the comics and nowhere else, while others may want to see the… Continue reading Comics on Film: The DC Movie Universe Should Take Hints From the 'Batman: Arkham' Games
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Feel the heat of revolution in this powerful image that features Katniss, arrow at the ready, against a blazing backdrop in which she appears to merge with the Mockingjay symbol, taking flight with the aid of its wings. The intense determination in her eyes is a hint at what is to come as the Mockingjay leads District 13 in revolt against… Continue reading See Jennifer Lawrence's Bold New Look on the Final 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' Poster
New trailers for three of the hottest movies of the fall have just arrived, and each presents us with a different conflict in a very different time period. From the dystopian future of the final installment of The Hunger Games to the Cold War tension of the newest feature from Steven Spielberg to the 19th century whaling struggle of Ron Howard’s latest, these spots all… Continue reading Trailer Roundup: 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2,' 'Bridge of Spies' and 'In The Heart of the Sea'
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Franchise Fever: The next Jurassic Park sequel is scheduled for 2018 with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard returning. Bryan Singer confirmed plans for an X-Men and Fantastic Four crossover. Emojis will be at the center of the next big animated film franchise.
Casting Net: Benicio Del Toro might be the main vilain in Star Wars Episode VIII. Michael Sheen joined the sci-fi film Passengers. The Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync will star in a… Continue reading Best of the Week: New 'Spectre' and 'Hunger Games' Trailers, 'Jurassic World' Breaks a Record and More
It may be weird to fall in love with a marketing campaign, but The Hunger Games just makes it so dang easy. Instead of simply dumping a bunch of photoshopped posters of floating heads online, Lionsgate’s marketing team has consistently risen to the same level of quality of the actual movies they’re selling.
The difference between a Hunger Games poster and your average movie poster is that… Continue reading Striking New 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' Posters Break Out the War Paint