The poster for Gulliver’s Travels has arrived. Jack Black looks giant — and younger — as the title character, a reporter who is washed up on an island inhabited by little people, in the 3-D reimagination of the Jonathan Swift story. I love Jack Black, but I can’t help thinking it might’ve been nice to get Jason Segel and Emily Blunt on the poster. Or at least their names. Is Black alone the reason you’ll see this movie?
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Along with these personal changes came the first look at a poster for Inferno, the Linda Lovelace biopic directed by Matthew Wilder. Lohan looks scared and vulnerable, doing her best to capture the tragic porn star, famous for her role in 1972′s Deep Throat.
Confession: I’m still rooting for a LiLo comeback. Anyone else? Inferno is one of two upcoming films Lohan has in the works, with Robert Rodriguez’s Machete (co-starring Danny Trejo, Robert De Niro, Jessica Alba, Michelle Rodriguez, and Steven Seagal) scheduled for a Sept. 3 release. Will these new looks and new projects be enough to get Lohan back on track? Or will the alcohol monitoring bracelet (and her continuous trips to the clubs) derail her future yet again? Do you like blonde Lindsay better than brunette Lindsay? And what do you think of her take on Linda Lovelace?
Angelina Jolie is really good at disguises. Like, really, really good at it. So good that she managed to disguise herself as Jennifer Garner in this new poster for July 23′s Salt. (Eat your heart out, Rollin Hand.) Who is Salt? And where is she? The CIA will never find her — unless they happen to walk by Daredevil at the video store. What’s a video store?
To the left, see the first official image from Marvel’s 2011 Thor flick, starring George Kirk (a.k.a. Chris Hemsworth). And right below that, see Vincent D’Onofrio’s Thor from 1987′s Adventures in Babysitting. And now, let us begin the battle of the Thors: Whose do you like better at first glance? I’m going to go with D’Onofrio’s, because I’ll always side with the unhinged superhero with access to a tire iron. (Plus, he wears a baseball cap. Fun!)
(Anyone else like Kim Cattrall’s homage to Mannequin?)
It’s been 10 years since his last appearance in Scream 3, but Ghostface is back for more, as is the original Scream team of director Wes Craven, screenwriter Kevin Williamson (The Vampire Diaries), and the acting trio of Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette. Dimension Films gave EW.com the first look at the final teaser poster for Scream 4, which will hit theaters April 15, 2011. Horror movie maestro Craven, who’ll start shooting the new sequel this June, kindly set aside a few minutes to chat about the fourth entry in his memorably meta series.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So how did Scream 4 come together?
WES CRAVEN: Bob Weinstein [the head of Dimension Films] felt that 10 years was enough of a wait. He felt it was time to give the original three films their due, so he called Kevin Williamson, who started coming up with ideas. For some years, Kevin had the notion of the general course of the next three movies. There was a point where Bob came to me and said, “We want to start showing you pages — do you want to do it?” And off we went.
Did you have any trepidation about revisiting the series so many years down the road?
No, I’m fascinated by what this movie is. I can’t think of another film that has not only a true trilogy, where you’re following a single central character over three pictures, but has the complexity to the story and other characters that also have continued along. And then 10 years later, to come back to those same characters and same actors, and continue that story in a way that’s totally organic. It’s kind of unprecedented. READ FULL STORY »
What is the new teaser poster for Buried, the movie that stars Ryan Reynolds as a contract driver in Iraq who’s buried alive in a coffin with no memory of how he got there, saying?
A) Ryan Reynolds won’t open a movie on his own — especially if he’s not shirtless — so don’t worry about featuring him prominently
B) It’s the universal fear of being buried alive that will sell this movie, and this is the best way to convey that terror
C) All of the above
For a larger view, check out firstshowing.net.
You know what’s better than a parfait? Knowing the release of Shrek Forever After is just a little more than a month away. And because the film is headed to our multiplexes May 21, Dreamworks has begun rolling out images from the flick to tease our ogre-loving selves. (Well, my self actually loves the Gingerbread Man more, but you get my point.)
The fire-topped character in this poster is Rumpelstiltskin, the Brothers Grimm character who hated the process of adoption, so decided to exchange his straw-spun gold for the king’s daughter’s first-born. I’m guessing the reason his hair is so big is because it holds the knowledge of how to spell his name without spell-check. But who do you think he looks like? One of my editors says Yahoo Serious, but I think he looks more like one of the Troll dolls that’s currently living next to a stack of naked Barbies in a crate in my garage at home. All he’s missing is a belly jewel!
What say you, PopWatchers?
Ack! Guys, I’ve just been blinded. (And therefore hope I don’t make any typos as I wri5heighte t$is p05t.) And it’s all because of this new Sex and the City 2 poster, which is so shimmery and shiny, it could be fashioned into a hat for Aretha Franklin. (Yes, I’m still making Aretha Franklin hat jokes. How 2009 of me, right?)
Two things also came to mind when I looked at the poster: 1) The laces on Carrie’s shoes look like they’re going to trip her at any moment, and 2) When Carrie walks on sand, it glitters. When I walk on sand, it just gets stuck between my toes until my cat licks it off. But maybe Carrie is just walking on a desert made of bronzer.
Either way, I love the glasses.
Does this make you psyched for the sequel, PopWatchers? And what does sand do when you walk on it?
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