Mark Wahlberg is holding the Energon Sword, Optimus Prime’s weapon of choice in the latest poster for Age of Extinction!
More and more looks like Wahlberg and his flexed biceps were the right choice for the fourth installment of the Transformers franchise. In the poster we have a closer look at the Prime’s sword, in spite of the background glare. Wonder if it has any meaning to the story, or is it just another cool poster.
Michael Bay decided to change the cast for Transformers 4, the previous three movies which starred Shia LeBeouf as the main protagonist, so Age of Extinction feels like a franchise reboot, not like a regular sequel. Watch the Transformers 4 teaser trailer here or grab the wallpapers, while we are waiting for the full trailer to premiere today!
Lionsgate released the first poster of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I, the poster just like the posters for the previous two films follows the style of the book covers. There’s a slight difference in the angle in which the mockingjay is presented that really reflects on the famous scene of Catching Fire when Katniss’s wedding dress turns into the mockingjay outfit.
The last book cover and poster where the mockingjay spreads its wings wide, head held high, symbolizes the revolution that is about to begin and the leap to freedom. The “mockingjay” is no longer afraid.
Below you can see all book covers and how they compare to the posters. It remains to be seen though what will be the poster for Mockingjay Part II, since they are splitting the book in two movies, and they’ve already used the book cover for the first Mockingjay movie which (traditionally) premieres in November, 2014.
Download the first exclusive wallpapers for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I:
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I will be directed by Francis Lawrence who also directed Catching Fire. Besides the already known cast from the previous films (Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth) in the Mockingjay films Natalie Dormer joins the cast as Cressida and Julianne Moore as the president of District 13, Alma Coin.
Oculus is an upcoming horror movie co-produced by Intrepid Pictures and Blumhouse Productions that unites two fan-fiction beloved actresses, Karen Gillan from Doctor Who and Katee Sackhoff from Battlestar Galactica.
The story of the movie is set ten years after two children are left orphans when a supernatural phenomenon bound to a mirror in the new house kills their parents. Back then the older brother is charged for the murders. Today 10 years later, even though the brother has moved on, the sister played by Karen Gillan is determined to prove that the supernatural force originating from the mirror is responsible for the murders.
I suspect that will cause even more death, but hey, it’s a movie. The trailer below, a teaser trailer, is really stylish, especially that first scene when the mirror uncovers itself. If nothing else (like really scaring people) the movie seem to have a great photography and the story is intriguing to a point, where we don’t have the usual “move into a haunted house” type of scenario.
Oculus is directed by Mike Flanagan who also wrote the screenplay. Starring Karen Gillan, Katee Sackhoff, Brenton Thwaites and Rory Cochrane.
All three posters that were released today of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 feature Electro/MaxDillon as the main adversary of our beloved buildings-swing-jumping super hero. In the trailer Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) says himself that there will come a time when he will have to face enemies stronger than himself, and there are plenty of those in the sequel.
But it seems that The Rhino, the Lizard and whoever Osborn corp kid are no match for Spider-Man except Electro (Jamie Foxx). The showdown is taking place in the center of Manhattan and the posters are all about it, you can notice how the billboards and ad-spots on the building are in fact Electro and Spider-Man occupied. (and possibly Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), I can’t really tell who is the third character).
The Amazing Spider-man 2 is slated to premiere on 2-nd May 2014. Director of the Amazing Spider-man sequel is again Marc Webb who has a weirdly appropriate last name to be working on a spider-man movie. Also starring are Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Sally Field as Aunt May, Paul Giamatti as The Rhino.
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