Though John Dies At The End doesn’t arrive in theaters until January 25, you can catch the movie now on the iTunes store. I’ve seen the movie, and it is a mind trip of epic proportions, and that should come as no surprise, the movie is directed by Don Coscarelli, who directed Bubba Ho-Tep.
Earlier this morning you were treated to the first poster from the upcoming sci-fi film ,starring Tom Cruise, Oblivion. Now that you have had a few hours to soak that in it’s time to see what you can expect to watch on the big screen. Take the jump for the first official trailer for Oblivion.
Grumblings have been heard throughout Hollywood about a Fantastic Four reboot for months with pieces and tid-bits of information becoming right and wrong all along the way. With a director attached in July, Fox has officially announced a release date and they sure have picked an interesting date. Take the jump for the info.
In this issue: Skyfall, the latest James Bond movie, has been out in theaters for over a week now, so Stephen, Rob, and Young Zach think it’s time to do some spoiler filled talk about the movie.
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The much plagued production of the novel-to-film adaptation of Max Brook’s World War Z is starting to put out promotional items. The first footage found it’s way online and the first teaser poster is also here. Take a look after the jump.
With The Wolverine a mere eight months away, it’s time to start the hype engine, and Marvel and 20th Century Fox are getting me interested early with this Japanese inspired teaser poster.
The first official trailer for Iron Man 3 is set to arrive tomorrow and to make sure that you are fully ready Marvel has released the first official poster and picture of the Mandarin. Take the jump to check out the movie/comic goodness!
With the Superman lawsuit is taken care of (for now), Warner Bros. can now move ahead with a Justice League feature film without the fear that they will lose the rights to the heavy hitter of the team. And to prove that this time, they are serious about the movie, the studio is putting it up against the Avengers.
The Walt Disney Studios has updated its movie release schedule for announced movies releasing over the next couple of years. While most of the movies haven’t changed, there are a few that have moved, and we now know when Ant Man will arrive.
It’s been far too long since we’ve seen a movie that pokes fun at movies, but I’m still not sure I know what Movie 43 is about. There’s a totally Not Safe For Work trailer that you can find after the jump, but I must stress this is a NSFW trailer, so if you are working, and your boss walks by, and you get fired, and you have to move back into your parent’s basement, I don’t want to hear about it.
“Jack, you want a snack?”
MOM! I said I’m working on the Major Spoilers site! JEEZ!
I remember the first time I saw Die Hard. I was at my friend’s house, and stuff was blowing up, and then I saw the TeeVee and the Bruce Willis flick playing on the NetFlix. Since then, I’ve been anxiously awaiting the moment when I too can pull a Patton Oswalt and scream at the screen, “RUN DIE HARD! RUN!”
A Good Day To Die Hard arrives in is supposed to arrive in theaters in September 2013, so now is a good time to release the first trailer.
There is a Hobbit movie – the first of three I understand – that is scheduled to arrive in your local moving picture house this coming Winter (December 14 to be exact). Stephen says he’s going, Rodrigo has stated he won’t get past the first five minutes once those Dwarves arrives, and Matthew… well… let’s just say he doesn’t like people very much (at least that’s what Young Zach tells me whenever Matthew doesn’t return my calls).
The hype machine is going into overdrive, and there are a number of new posters flooding the Internets, including a set of four mega banners that will mysteriously fall to the floor and find their way into the trunk of my car when I see them posted at the Irvine Spectrum.