This weekend showed that Disney knows how to market their brand as Maleficent opened to seventy million, and has a shot at making more money than either Godzilla or The Amazing Spider-Man 2. It also showed that maybe Seth MacFarlane will not be transitioning into movie stardom.
X-Men: Days of Future Past was a risk, but right now Fox has got to feel pretty good about the whole thing as they've taken the top spot this Memorial day weekend, and will easily clear a hundred million tomorrow. But as this is Fox's second most expensive film ever, it's going to need to play big internationally. The good news: It has.
Here’s some interesting news to close out your day—Gareth Edwards, who just directed the surprisingly great Godzilla reboot, has been put at the helm of the first Star Wars reboot film.
It's Memorial Day weekend, which means school is almost out and summer actually begins (no matter what Hollywood would lead you to believe), and now there's a new X-Men movie from original series director Bryan Singer. The film looks to be a huge hit, and should open big over the weekend, though the director is unlikely to throw a party to celebrate.
Godzilla made a lot of dough over the weekend. So much so that Legendary and Warner Bros. are ready to give the monster movie a sequel. And it makes perfect sense: Over the weekend, Godzilla pulled in $93 million domestically, including an opening day total of $38.5 million, which is the best first-day gross of the entire year. So, who's ready for seconds? Legendary and...
Godzilla seems to have come at the right time, as audiences hungry for summer entertainment gave it more business in its opening weekend than they did The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in its opening weekend. That's huge, and it's no surprise sequel talk is already happening.
Well, this summer has been a little unpredictable so far, but it looks like Godzilla will definitely dominate this weekend. The question is if it can do over $150 Million domestic, and what the international numbers are like. As this summer's shown, getting to a $60-$70 Million (or even $90 Million) is no guarantee of over $150-$200 Million.
Sorry Spidey and Cap, you gotta step down because GODZILLA is set to pulverize everything in its way. Warner Bros unleashes this monster and director Gareth Edwards provides the world's most famous creature with the film that is poised to be the new blockbuster Kaiju standard.
One of the biggest movies of the summer is Disney's Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie as the Mistress of all Evil. The studio has released a series of character posters for the fantasy film. Check them out below. We also have a new clip for Godzilla and a trailer for Rob Reiner's And So It Goes. All that and more below.
Warner Bros. has released 20 stills for Godzilla, as well as the movie's first featurette. Check it out below. Also, the teaser for the trailer for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has hit the web. The official trailer drops May 8th. All that and more below.
Besides superheroes in skin-tight clothes and talking trees, this summer also includes an interesting pool of sci-fi and fantasy flicks. And there's just about something for everyone. If you're into blockbuster remakes, there's Gareth Edwards' Godzilla. For those you who enjoy post-apocalyptic worlds, there's The Rover. And if you're looking for something...
Now that we’re less than a week away from the release of the newly rebooted Godzilla, Legendary Films has decided to go full-Mothra with the new international trailer—in it, we see that humankind appears to be setting up some kind of massive battle between a gigantic, skyscraper-sized lizard and a big flying monster. So that’s weird.
Amanda Seyfried is the latest addition to Joe Wright's Pan. The actress will play the role of Mary. But that's not all. A certain supermodel is also in early talks to join the film. (Find out who below.) Also, a 60-second trailer for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For has been released. We also have trailers for The Love Punch, Sex Tape and...
Since the film began its marketing campaign, Godzilla was a little reticent to go all the way. It would show some leg, or some skin, but we never got a clear look at the money shots. But now the cat is out of the bag as the latest TV shot shows all.
The first real footage for David Fincher's Gone Girl has hit the web. The clip is a teaser for the trailer, which will be available on Monday. We also have posters for Godzilla and The Angriest Man In Brooklyn. All and that more below.
Someone must have lit fires under the people making Godzilla's butt as this week has brought out a ton of new material for the film, and it's capped off with a new "extended preview." This preview runs two minutes and thirty seconds, so it's the same length as a trailer, but we guess they want to brand it as something else.
This week, Disney released a banner for Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie. Godzilla also got a new promo image. We also have the trailer for Lucky Them, The Angriest Man In Brooklyn and Blended. All that and more below.
The release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier this weekend has thrown off our internal summer clocks. Between that and the nearly twenty minutes of footage that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has already released, it feels like we haven't heard much from Godzilla, even though it's not due out for another month and a...
The trailer for The Maze Runner has officially arrived, along with a cool poster. Check it out below. Also, two classy posters for Dumb and Dumber To have been released via Twitter. We also have a TV spot for Mad Men and a new poster for the comedy Sex Tape. All that and more below.
Despite the fact that it’s set to be one of 2014’s mega-blockbusters (a bankable and universally-known franchise, a cast roster that includes stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Elizabeth Olsen, and the kind of destructo-porn that defines modern blockbusters), Legendary’s reboot of Godzilla hasn’t exactly been tossing out tons of...