Here is the intense trailer for Todd Lincoln’s upcoming ghost flick, The Apparition, with its curiosity killed the cat kind of story, makes it to one of horror movies I really look forward seeing in August.
Month: July 2012
This weekend Peter Jackson posted an exclusive Comic Con poster for the first part of the highly awaited Hobbit movies, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, on his Facebook page. He also revealed that you could get your own copy of it at this year’s Comic Con, which starts this week on July 12.
A new IMAX poster for the conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman saga, The Dark Knight Rises, hit the net yesterday.
I like the concept of it, and the upper half looks great, but what I don’t get is why they decided to clutter the interesting part with credits and the logo in the end, leaving it in just a big mess. Have a look at it below and tell us what your opinion of it is.The IMAX poster for The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight Rises is set eight years after the events in The Dark Knight and revolves around the arrival of Bane, a ruthless terrorist with plans to destroy Gotham City. You’ll be able to see it, as it swoops into the theaters, on July 20.
Last Saturday, while Dan Aykroyd did some promotion for his Crystal Head Vodka, he also managed to squeeze in some interesting news about the possibilities that Ghostbusters 3 might be able to rise from its development hell.
According to WIVB.com, Aykroyd announced that they now have a brand new writing staff working on the movie. He also revealed that the whole thing with Ghostbusters 3 is that it must be perfect, or else there’s no point doing it. I guess he has a point there, considering that the expectations for Ghostbusters 3 will be of biblical proportions, you wouldn’t like to throw out a half good or even decent movie, you would like to hand out a great movie and nothing less.
I guess it safe to conclude that Aykroyd really want to see a third installment of Ghostbuster, as much as we do, or else he wouldn’t have attached a new bunch of writers to the project, which would have the task to come up with a script that’ll be able to meet Aykroyd’s high standards.
However, Aykroyd didn’t reveal whom the new writers were or when they would expect to present anything solid. Do you think that Ghostbusters 3 will ever see the inside of a theater, and what kind of storyline would you like to have?