Captain America: The First Avenger, X-Men: First Class, Thor and 12 more are up the Academy Award for Achievement in Visual Effects.
Universal Studios President Ron Meyer calls Cowboys & Aliens “mediocre,” Land of the Lost “crap” and The Wolfman one of “the shittiest movies we put out.” He had kind words, however, for another box-office disappointment Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes planted many Butts in Seats during its opening weekend, but not as many as its 2001 predecessor.
This weekend sees the release of Cowboys & Aliens, a movie that feels like it should be a much bigger deal than it seems to be: Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig in a movie directed by Jon Favreau and written by the men behind Transformers, Star Trek and Fringe? Where’s the inescapable buzz and omniprescent hype? Is it possible that we’ve reached Summer Burnout already?
Stars Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford share the spotlight in the minute-long clip from the adaptation of the sci-fi Western graphic novel. The film, which opens nationwide on July 29, will have its world premiere at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Universal Pictures and DreamWorks have debuted a new poster for the Jon Favreau-directed sci-fi Western, which stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde and Sam Rockwell. Cowboys & Aliens has its world premiere at Comic-Con International before opening nationwide on July 29.
Director Jon Favreau’s adaptation of the sci-fi Western graphic novel will debut at Comic-Con International in San Diego almost a week before it opens in theaters.
Universal Pictures and DreamWorks debuted a new trailer for that showcases some of the big action sequences, and explosions, from the Jon Favreau-directed sci-fi Western.
Universal Pictures and DreamWorks have unveiled a new 30-second commercial for director Jon Favreau’s adaptation of the Platinum Studios graphic novel. The sci-fi Western, which opens on July 29, stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell and Paul Dano.
Universal Pictures and DreamWorks have released a new television spot for the comic-book adaptation, which stars Daniel Craig as a stranger with a mysterious shackle on his wrist and no memory of his past who holds the key to saving a desert town from alien invaders.
This week’s release of Fast Five didn’t just herald the rebirth of the cars-and-hot-girls franchise as a series of heist movies, it also marked the official start of Summer Movie Season, that time of year when studios push out their biggest and best, and multiplexes get filled by aliens, robots and superheroes. But what films should you make a point of seeing? Here’s our pick of the five big names, and the five you might not have heard of — but should seek out.