Promo fatigue for ‘The Avengers’ is starting to set in but this morning Disney sent over a new clip from the film called ‘interrogation’ featuring the Black Widow (Scartett Johansson) that woke us from our promo slumber.
The clip is very similar to the chair fight scene with Drew Barrymore in ‘Charlie’s Angels’ and we get to see the way director Joss Whedon blends comedy and action with his signature of always making female characters kick arse.
Hit the jump to check out the clip.
A teaser trailer for the ‘Total Recall’ trailer has gone online along with details of the trailers debut on American television.
Columbia Pictures will show the full trailer for the remake on 1 April during the NBA game between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat nationally on ABC.
Following the trailer’s premiere on ABC, a special extended trailer will debut online at http://www.apple.com/trailers.
The trailer will also launch simultaneously in over 30 countries on broadcast and online outlets.
The teaser trailer for the trailer has a decent amount of footage and is worth a look. The team over at Collider pointed out the remakes obvious references to a bevy of 90s sci-fi action films including ‘Demolition Man’.
Hit the jump to check out the teaser trailer for the trailer as well as a new poster that appeared online for the film.
Momentum is building for the release of ‘The Hunger Games’, the book adaption that is being hailed as the replacement for the soon to be complete ‘Twilight Saga’ and the retired ‘Harry Potter’ franchise.
The appeal of ‘The Hunger Games’ was minimal for us until several family members began reading the books and screaming out in surprise at each twist of the plot. Within a month the entire series of books had been devoured with rave reviews and so our interest grew.
Via YouTube the first clip from the film has appeared online featuring Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) showing off her deadly skills with a bow and arrow.
Hit the jump to check it out.
Walt Disney Australia has sent over an extended clip from ‘John Carter’.
The biggest draw card of the film is director Andrew Stanton who directed ‘Finding Nemo’ and ‘WALL-E’ for Pixar as well as working on several other Pixar films in different roles.
It’s Stanton’s first big live-action film and hopefully he can mirror the success of fellow Pixar alumni, Brad Bird, who delivered his first live-action film ‘Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol’ last year.
The promotion for ‘John Carter’ has been mixed and it seems to be aimed a wide family audience that has irked many fans of the source material.
Expect lots of hardcore fans to come out of hiding as we get closer to release date but judge for yourself but hitting the jump to check out the clip.