New image for Ridley Scott's next chapter in space travelers vs. xenomorphs saga brings to mind Rodin's 'The Gates of Hell' sculpture
Want to take a look at the new Beauty and the Beast poster? Be our guest! Yahoo Movies is exclusively premiering the new poster for the live-action Disney musical (in theaters March 17 in 3D, RealD 3D, and IMAX 3D). A triptych image packed with characters (some never before seen), the poster is practically begging fans to search for hidden details.
It’s been three years since Lindsay Lohan last graced the big-screen in Paul Schrader’s The Canyons — opposite real-life porn star James Deen, in a turn that resulted in an infamous New York Times article. But she’s now set to deliver another cinematic performance in The Shadow Within. And to celebrate the production, she’s taken to Instagram to reveal the movie’s poster. #yes #comingsoon to a theatre near you A photo posted by Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) on Dec 1, 2016 at 3:13pm PST
As the first teaser trailer implied, Cars — until now Disney-Pixar’s most light-hearted franchise — is speeding in a decidedly darker direction with the upcoming threequel. The preview showed our red- and yellow-hued hero Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) flipping through the air in slow motion on his way to what will no doubt be a thunderous crash.
X-Men: Apocalypse is nigh, and today we’ve got an exclusive look at the hierarchy of mutants-gone-mad who will make life difficult for Xavier (James McAvoy) and friends in Fox’s upcoming sequel.
As audiences gear up to see Supes and the Caped Crusader battle it out in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we bring you this excusive look at the final poster (above) showing the two superheroes, played by Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill, in a tense head-to-head confrontation.
As Suicide Squad writer-director David Ayer recently pointed out, the good guys are kind of boring. In it, you can spot the whole Squad including Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), Katana (Karen Fukuhara), Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman), Deadshot (Will Smith), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), and of course the Joker (Jared Leto).
There was something strange in the neighborhood Thursday morning, with character posters for the leads in Paul Feig'sGhostbusters reboot manifesting across the Internet.
She’s tanned to a crisp and pumped with so much lip filler she can air kiss you from a mile away. Alexanya Atoz, played by an unrecognizable Kristen Wiig, is the new addition to Zoolander 2 that has everyone buzzing. (Check her out in the exclusive poster above.) While the details of her character aren’t yet completely clear, we do know she’s a style icon — perhaps in the vein of Donatella Versace — and she’s up to no good. Yes, this villainous fashionista appears involved in a wretched plot to kill the world’s most beautiful people. ...
Acting is not entirely unfamiliar to Rollins — who has stitched together a lengthy filmography of bit parts in larger movies — including Michael Mann’s Heat, David Lynch’s Lost Highway, and Bad Boys II. There was a time in the '90s when he seemed poised to fully shift from music to acting, though, Rollins revealed, there were setbacks. Rollins has also had a healthy number of leading roles in smaller indies, many of which have been horror films. In it, Rollins plays Jack, a centuries-old man in present day who is drawn into an escalating fight by local thugs.
With two months to go until Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters, the Disney marketing machine has blasted into hyperdrive. On Sunday, the official “payoff” poster for Episode VII was launched, a day before the final trailer will be unveiled on national TV during ESPN’s Monday Night Football game. The new poster features a montage of moments we’ve seen before: New heroes Rey, Finn (holding Anakin Skywalker’s lightsaber), Poe Dameron in pilot gear, and BB-8; their adversaries in the First Order, the blade-wielding Kylo Ren, the chromed-out Captain Phasma, scads of stormtroopers; and returning Star Wars icons Han Solo, Chewbacca, red-armed C-3PO, and R2-D2. The poster also features our first look at Carrie Fisher back as Princess Leia, modeling the latest in a long line of distinctive hairdos, that looks like a cross between Pebbles Flintstone and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Thanks to the good folks at Lego, the Avengers have been re-assembled in brick form. This exclusive new poster was created by the toy makers in conjunction with Marvel and Disney to mark today’s release of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Breaking down the common themes in Marvel movie posters including lots of mayhem, our heroes looking very serious, and awkward Photoshop
In the sequel, the trio of Charlie Day, Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis, fed up with awful employers, strike out on their own and invent a personal-hygiene product they call the “Shower Buddy.” The would-be entrepreneurs must contend with a new kind of horrible-ness, in the form of two investors, played by Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine. When the pair ruthlessly undermine the upstart inventors, its time to go back to their bag of tricks from the first film, with the return of Jamie Foxx’s hitman character, as well as visits from the original bosses of the first film.
Is Meryl Streep a good witch or a bad witch? Streep’s Into the Woods character isn’t quite so easy to categorize, but she certainly looks frightening in this newly unveiled poster. The Witch, a role originated on Broadway by Bernadette Peters in 1986, is much more demanding than Streep’s last musical performance in 2008’s Mamma Mia! Nonetheless, the 65-year-old actress has been ecstatic about the dark fairy-tale adaptation in interviews, gleefully boasting that composer Stephen Sondheim wrote a new song just for her.
Well, how’s that Best Friend’s Forever? Enjoy our exclusive debut of the extremely creepy poster for the new film Jessabelle, from the people who brought you contemporary horror franchise classicsParanormal Activity and The Purge. The lighthearted romp tells the story of a young woman (played by Sleeping Beauty’sSarah Snook) who returns to her childhood home in Louisiana to recover from a car accident, only to come “face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return – and has no intention of letting her escape.” Check out the happy homecoming when the film opens on November 7th, in theaters and on VOD.
The official poster for Richard Linklater’s Boyhood (expanding in theaters now) uses the movie’s indelible opening shot of star Ellar Coltrane, who ages from six to 18 before audiences’ eyes. This alternative poster by illustrator Tomer Hanuka and commissioned by IFC Films, features a more abstract concept: drawings of Ellar at different ages, arranged in an elegant composition that’s based on the golden ratio.