Disney released an adorable new poster of Tim Burton‘s Frankenweenie. The poster is designed like a sketch and captures the old-school tone of the movie. Also, Bravo announced that they’re developing a TV show based on the 1980s cult movie Heathers. We’ve also got the terrifying new red band trailer for Sinister, the must see scary movie of the year. All that and a lot more below–check it out!

  • Noah Gets Release Date: Darren Aronofsky‘s Noah finally has an official release date. The biblical epic will hit theaters on March 28, 2014 so mark your calendars. Source: Deadline
  • Bravo Developing Heathers TV Show: Bravo must’ve realized that ALT teen girls still love Heathers. So, they’re developing a reboot of the 1980s cult movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network is on a mission to have original scripted shows on the air next year. The show will pick up 20 years later, with Veronica (Winona Ryder‘s character) returning to her hometown of Sherwood with her teenage daughter, who must deal with her own “Heathers”, a.k.a. the Ashleys, a.k.a. the high school’s mean girls.


  • Frankenweenie Poster: Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie hits theaters in a couple of weeks and we’re very excited. Mainly because it’s a black and white Disney film. Black and white folks! Anyway, below we have a new IMAX poster. It looks like a drawing from someone’s artsy sketchbook. It’s pretty neat. Check it out:


  • Sinister Red Band Trailer: Sinister is one of the few upcoming horror movies that isn’t using the “found footage” strategy. This week the red band trailer was released, and it gave us another reason to be excited about it. It looks completely terrifying. In it we see Ethan Hawke watching some very old, very creepy homemade movies.  Check it out:

  • Les Miserables Extended First Look: Universal released an extended first look of Les Miserables, which gives fans (and nonbelievers) an amazing behind-the-scenes look. Stars Anne Hathaway, Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman and director Tom Hooper discuss the story and what it takes to bring a musical to life as a film. Check it out:

  • 42 Trailer: Jay-Z has become the go-to rapper for movie trailers. This is not always a good thing, especially for period pieces like 42, the upcoming movie about baseball legend Jackie Robinson. Still, the trailer has several things to offer like a good cast and an inspiring story. Check out the trailer:

That’s the end of our round-up for this week. Keep checking back at ScreenCrave for more entertainment news and features.

What are you excited for this week?