Another big blockbuster poster: Here’s Henry Cavill as Superman in Man of Steel, flanked by U.S. soldiers. His wrists are bound together in handcuffs that you know he could easily snap in half. Thoughts?
Paramount has tweeted the first poster for Star Trek Into Darkness. Take note, Tumblrers — that’s a Neo-garbed Benedict Cumberbatch we see emerging unscathed from urban destruction (of his own making?) and looking out towards a futuristic metropolis.
Twentieth Century Fox Animation is working on a feature animated film based on Peanuts. It’s being written by Craig Schulz (Charles Schulz’s son), Bryan Schulz (Charles Schulz’s grandson), and Cornelius Uliano (who is not a Schulz). The as yet untitled production already has a release date, Nov. 25, 2015, which perhaps not coincidentally marks the 65th anniversary of the first Peanuts comic strip and the 50th anniversary of the beloved television special A Charlie Brown Christmas.
It might seem creepy to call a movie about the making of Psycho a “love story,” but that’s how Fox Searchlight and director Sacha Gervasi are pushing Hitchcock — which stars Anthony Hopkins as the iconic director and bevy of beauties as his leading ladies.
Hermione is going glam — and dabbling in grand larceny. Yes, that’s Emma Watson (center) and four costars in our first look at The Bling Ring, Sofia Coppola’s drama about the real-life, fame-obsessed thieves who allegedly stole from the homes of celebs like Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and The Hills’ Audrina Patridge.
What do you think of the Harry Potter star’s transformation?
Did you know that Johnny Depp is going to star in a Dr. Seuss biopic? The movie’s going to be kind of like a combination of Finding Neverland and Who Framed Roger Rabbit — Depp tells us that it will delve into the author’s imagination, letting audiences see Theodor Geisel’s creative process unfold as he interacts with his most famous characters.
In other words: That Edward Scissorhands/Lorax crossover fanfic you wrote is finally coming true.