Brainbowhighlight some of disgraced politician and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s best scenes from his movie career in a short piece titled “The Schwarzenegger Triology.” Over 1,600 frames were each individually hand-drawn and curated by Brainbow. The film originally made its début at the Standard Hotel’s bi-monthly Cine-Shorts event which provides a launching pad for independent filmmakers.
Although he’s not always the most instantly-cited Beatle (living in the shadows of Lennon and McCartney), George Harrison was a creative force in the band, introducing his musical mates to the Indian mysticism that eventually came to permeate their work. Often known as “the quiet one,” George lived a fascinating and exciting life which is to be explored in an upcoming documentary film directed by notable music fan Martin Scorsese. Check out the trailer for the HBO Original production below.
Marvel Comics’ Ghost Rider stars once again in a sequel, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. The film finds Nicolas Cage reprising his role as Johnny Blaze, the cursed bounty hunter who rides the streets at night saving humanity from evil. This time around the ghostly hero finds himself summoned to Europe to save the life of a boy from the devil, played by Ciaran Davis. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance hits theaters February 2012.
The hilarious duo of Harold & Kumar are back to keep audiences laughing out of their seats with yet another comedic ride. A Very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas has Harold & Kumar take on Christmas and run into the likes of Neil Patrick Harris and Jesus Christ with comedic outcomes. If 3-D effects aren’t enough, the duo finds themselves in claymation to cap it all off. Catch A Very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas when it hits theaters November 4.
It goes without saying that director Michael Bay’s latest action flick, Transformers 3: Dark Side of the Moon, will likely go down in history as one of the most visually exciting films of our time. Behind all of the action sequences and special effects, however, was a team of talented men who were dedicated to producing the sounds that complimented these visuals and brought the movie to life. Under Bay’s direction, the sound team spent countless hours in the studio and in the field, mixing, recording and even creating sounds that matched up flawlessly with the film reels. Using techniques that ranged from allowing metals to resonate on dry ice to shooting machine guns and delta rockets under the supervision of armed military escorts, the sound team was able to create a bold and dynamic mix of organic and synthetic sounds that helped complete the blockbuster film. Watch the video above, presented by SoundWorks Collection, to go behind the scenes and see exactly how it was done.
Long-anticipated by fans of classic superhero lore, a new trailer for the upcoming film Captain America: The First Avenger has been released. Giving us a bit more of a glimpse into the Americana, fantastical Nazi science, old-school military characters and plethora of explosions that the new movie is sure to be laden with, the trailer is more extensive than its predecessor – clearly designed to whet fans’ appetites for the film’s July 22 release.
Warner Bros. Pictures has provided us with four new Comic-Con promo images for Green Lantern featuring Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, Blake Lively as Carol Ferris, Mark Strong as Sinestro and Peter Sarsgaard as Hector Hammond. You can check out bigger versions by clicking on them below!
Opening in theaters on June 17, the Martin Campbell-directed action adventure also star Tim Robbins, Taika Waititi, Temuera Morrison, Angela Bassett, Jay O. Sanders and Jon Tenney.
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Captain America’s Shield and The Infinity Gaunlet from THOR!!:
As if showing Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor footage, as well as announcing The Avengers cast wasn’t enough, Marvel Studios also revealed the Captain America shield and the Infinity Gauntlet from Thor at the studio’s booth today at the San Diego Comic-Con! Both items that were on display are the actual ones used in the two films! Throughout the week, Marvel Studios also revealed Odin’s throne, the Destroyer and Thor, Loki and Odin’s helmets.
Marvel also unveils the Destroyer from the upcoming movie THOR as well:
Thor director Kenneth Branagh unveiled the Destroyer from the film at Marvel Studios’ Comic-Con booth today. (synapse)
The epic adventure Thor spans the Marvel Universe from present day Earth to the realm of Asgard. At the center of the story is The Mighty Thor, a powerful but arrogant warrior whose reckless actions reignite an ancient war. Thor is cast down to Earth and forced to live among humans as punishment. Once here, Thor learns what it takes to be a true hero when the most dangerous villain of his world sends the darkest forces of Asgard to invade Earth.
AND THAT’S NOT ALL!!!!!!!!
There was soooo much to cover at this years Comic-Con, It was crazy. read all about it on comingsoon.net and G4TV.com. But to just give you a brief rundown: The first 8 minutes of SAW-3D was screened!, footage from Nicholas Cage’s new film “Drive Angry” was shown (it looks really good by the way), Zack Snyder talks about his new projects “Xerces” and “Sucker Punch”, Guillermo Del Toro remaking the 1973′s thiller film “Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark” and he is also rebooting Disney’s “The Haunted Mansion”, Warner Bros. released info about new “Godzilla” project, Matt Reeves showed footage from his remake of “Let the Right One In” titled “Let Me In”, Not only is Joss Whedon directing “The Avengers” but also announced Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye and Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk, Sony presented four new films: The Other Guys, The Virginity Hit (a comedy from producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay), The Green Hornet and Priest., Kate Beckinsale back for Underworld 4, Sam Worthington is “Dan Dare”, Brad Pitts confirms “World War Z”, a full screening of “Scott Pilgrim vs The World” …. and I could go on and on and on … STAY TUNED!!!