Major Spoilerite James Smith had a chance to see an early screening of Now You See Me, starring Isla Fisher, Morgan Freeman, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine and more.
This looks fun, take the jump for the details.
The first trailer for Ender’s Game has arrived, and there are two things that pop out immediately. The first is that the action looks impressive, and it did its job of getting me more interested in the film. The second, and a wise choice by the studio, was to remove any reference to controversial author Orson Scott Card from the trailer and accompanying synopsis.
Neil Blomkamp was the director behind District 9 and he is now back with a star filled cast in Elysium. The first trailer is just after the jump for you viewing pleasure.
The Walt Disney Studios sent over a new Iron Man 3 trailer, and while there isn’t any major spoilery items in the trailer, there is more Mandarin.
A dozen years since the last time he directed a human on screen, Robert Zemeckis brings us this tale of an alcoholic pilot who miraculously prevents a plane from crashing, and then his life comes under the microscope. Is Zemeckis’ return to live action worth the decade plus wait?
With the highly-anticipated theatrical release of THE WOLVERINE slated for July 26, 2013, Hasbro is excited for its “Claw-tastic” WOLVERINE 2013 product line to bring the beloved X-Men member to life in toy form for kids and fans.
A decade after his last major starring role, Arnie is back with this action tale. Is it a return to form, or a step too far?
Kyle Higgins, the current writer of Nightwing, has an unparalleled love of superheroes that manifests itself in his short film The League. Set in Chicago, the Grey Raven’s sidekick, Sparrow, has returned to investigate a series of murders seemingly committed by an old speedster super villain. Does the passion poured into the project make for a good film? Find out with a special indie movie Major Spoilers review!
Based on the musical, based on the book, this is basically Catch Me If You Can set in Revolution era France, with Wolverine, Gladiator, Catwoman, Borat and some legendarily powerful music. How does Les Misérables transfer from stage to screen?
In this issue: Zach shares his thoughts and learns a little bit about practical effects as we examine Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (often referred to as Close Encounters or CE3K) is a 1977 science fiction-drama written and directed by Steven Spielberg and features actors Richard Dreyfuss, François Truffaut, Melinda Dillon, Teri Garr, Bob Balaban, and Cary Guffey. It tells the story of Roy Neary, a lineman in Indiana, whose life changes after a close encounter with an unidentified flying object (UFO).
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Can’t wait to see if the second half of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns animated movie is as good as the first, or if certain elements are removed to tone down the graphic imagery. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released a new clip from the movie, that you can check out, after the jump.