This past Friday, photos from the Toronto set of Jose Padilha‘s RoboCop reboot showcased Joel Kinnaman suited up in the redesigned RoboCop costume. And while many of us – ourselves included – have been bashing the new design and praying it’s only a prototype… Looks like we’ll have to get used to the new Alex Murphy, if this new teaser poster is any indication.
Originally thought to be a fan-made poster, the teaser has actually been around since last June’s Las Vegas Licensing Expo and confirmed to be official by Cinema Blend. We even included it in our round-up for 2013 films from the expo; this is just the first good quality image that has been released in the past few months.
Any way we look at it, there will still be some tweaks on the final RoboCop design. Check out the old, but now full-sized poster below the jump:
The Man of Steel panel ended not too long ago – check out our live-blog of the panel here – and besides the awesome footage they shared those in attendance also got a look at the first teaser poster for Zack Snyder‘s Superman reboot.
I don’t know about you guys, but I still haven’t come to accept Michael Bay is making another Transformers movie. The thought is like a festering wound Bay keeps poking with a stick. I’ve found some solace in the fact his Teenage Alien Ninja Turtles projects was killed, but I still cringe when I think soon I’ll be living in a world with not three terrible Transformers movies, but four. Okay, the first wasn’t awful, but look at what it started!
And here today we have what could be the first herald of that nightmare, a teaser poster for Transformers 4. This is in no way officially confirmed, but it comes from Cine 1 who’ve been pretty on the ball when it comes to leaked posters before. They’re calling this poster and its tagline, “provisional,” so even if it is real it’s not a final design. Take a look,
For fun let’s assume it’s real, what could that tagline mean? And if that’s Optimus he’s lookin’ pretty menacing. More like Ominous Prime, amirite? Ha!
For the next three days Las Vegas will be home to something other then gambling and Ultimate Fighting, it’s the home of the Las Vegas Licensing Expo. Each year, exhibitors from all over the world come together to sell off the licensing rights to their hottest properties. But, this gives us a sneak peek at the coming movies for 2013.
With photos courtesy of Coming Soon, we’ve been given a glimpse into the coming year’s hottest properties through the art of the “teaser poster”. After Earth, A Good Day To Die Hard, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, R.I.P.D., Robocop, Robopocalypse, Pacific Rim and Ender’s Game – they’re all here.
Even if A Good Day To Die Hard looks like the exact same poster as the last movie, with different text and a Russian landscape in the background, the rest of these posters look pretty darn cool. Check them out in the jump: (more…)
Someone who works or was recently at The Wolverine‘s director, James Mangold‘s offices is in big trouble. What we have is here is supposedly the first poster for The Wolverine which popped up on the popular photo-sharing service, Instagram. The original post has already been taken down, which isn’t surprising and might actually lend a little credence to this poster being the real deal.
Let’s hope this is the first teaser poster ’cause its fucking awesome! I love everything about it: the claws slashing Japan’s rising sun, the eighties vibe in the design, the type face for “The Wolverine.” It’s all great. What do you think?
As big a pile of disappointing crap Wolverine: Origins was it in no way lessened my excitement for The Wolverine. I’m hoping, as I’m sure many of you are, that The Wolverine will be the Hugh Jackman-Wolverine movie we’ve been yearning for. Come on, the dude is Wolverine as far as I’m concerned. So happily, he’s really all that’s returning for this second take at a Wolverine movie. The Wolverine will be adapting, “Chris Claremont and Frank Miller’s 1982 story arc in the Wolverine comics,” which focuses on the time Logan spent in Japan.
Assuming there are no more delays, The Wolverine will release July 26, 2013.
Above you can see the first teaser poster released for the second season of Game of Thrones. The design isn’t super exciting, but it in no way dampens my excitement for the show’s return. And yes, war is coming and I’m anticipating it will blow our minds.
For proof of the epic scale and grandeur HBO is hoping to achieve this season check out the latest behind-the-scenes, making-of video they’ve released. This one follows Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and the men of the Night’s Watch as they travel north of the wall. Or as we call it on Earth, Iceland.
Damn. That looks cold.
Something about Game of Thrones I think is just awesome is how real the whole world feels. Yes, it’s a fantasy novel and yes these places don’t really exist, but they ways George R.R. Martin described them and the way to crew of HBO’s series have recreated them, it’s astounding.
Holy pictorial posters everybody! Finally, an actual teaser poster to Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan’s final Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises. While most fans have been making their own, and some were pretty damn good, this one is confirmed 100% real. I’m not usually one to gush all over a teaser poster, but this is just some awe inspiring shit. It’s like…. “Bat-ception!”
Thanks to the official site, people are greeted by the oh so spectacular Batman logo positioned in a very peculiar way, signaling what could be the tone of the movie. “The inner world of Batman is falling apart” ….yup, that is what I read in it.
Heh, at least they’re finally putting title to good use.
Check out the full sized Bat awesomeness after the jump (more…)
Word on the street is that Warner Bros. is going to pair a big The Dark Knight Rises reveal along with what will surely be its biggest film this year: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2.
According to Superhero Hype, who got it from some hobo hanging out in the studios, there will be a 93 second trailer and poster reveal before both the 2D and 3D screenings of the last Harry Potter movie. Nothing has been said in regards to what will be shown in the trailer and poster, but it’ll definitely make watching Harry Potter that much more epic.
Almost one more year before The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20, 2012! (The day before my birthday, w00t.)
What the hell does that even mean? This is one of our first glimpses of the Muppets promoting their new film and I’m completely unimpressed. Okay, it’s a teaser poster, I shouldn’t be expecting a lot. I just wish I understood what that tagline was supposed to mean.
Are they geographically closer? Closer to what?! Are they closer as friends than in the past? Whatever. It’s dumb.
I’m excited to see the Muppets on the big screen again. I’m excited to see them in movie that doesn’t involved Gonzo being an alien. Judging by the title, simply, The Muppets, it should be a back to basics kind of tale. Here’s the film’s synopsis,
On vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world’s biggest Muppet fan, and his friends Gary (Jason Segel) and Mary (Amy Adams) from Smalltown, USA, discover the nefarious plan of oilman Tex Richman (Chris Cooper) to raze the Muppet Theater and drill for the oil recently discovered beneath the Muppets’ former stomping grounds. To stage The Greatest Muppet Telethon Ever and raise the $10 million needed to save the theater, Walter, Mary and Gary help Kermit reunite the Muppets, who have all gone their separate ways: Fozzie now performs with a Reno casino tribute band called the Moopets, Miss Piggy is a plus-size fashion editor at Vogue Paris, Animal is in a Santa Barbara clinic for anger management, and Gonzo is a high-powered plumbing magnate. With secret, signature, celebrity cameos, “The Muppets” hits the big screen Nov. 23, 2011.
I love the idea of a telethon being held for the Muppets. Appropriate considering Jim Henson‘s long time associaction with PBS. The Muppets will star Jason Segel, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Animal, Amy Adams, Chris Cooper and Walter.
Click the jump for a larger version of the poster. Are you itching for the a new Muppets movie or are your DVD collectons of The Muppet Show enough?