The time has come for you to find out if your favorite TV shows are going to stick around or get their network's chopping block. This year, a surprising number of shows with critical acclaim and cult fan-base followings were axed at the upfront presentations in New York City.
Get ready to be transported back in time to experience the opulence
and debauchery of 1920s America. Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby" is
full of glitter and mystique. If you can sit through Tobey Maguire narrating,
a complicated love triangle and lots flashbacks, you'll be rewarded with a
movie that will make you question your own decisions in life.
So the new Catching Fire poster has been making waves on Instagram. In it, the central character Katniss is looking mighty badass while standing on some random mountain (probably scouting for her next kill). It also comes with this haiku-sounding caption: "The sun persists in rising, so I make myself stand." Deep.
This will probably be the only time you get to see the likes of Robert
Redford, Mia Farrow and Sam Waterston dancing to songs by Jay-Z and Florence & The Machine. This awesome faux trailer below was created by Richard Sandling ("That Awesome Movie Guy"), and features scenes from the The Great Gatsby movie of 1974 paired with the wicked soundtrack from the 2013 Baz Luhrmann version.
Proving that you don't need Hollywood money to create The Hunger Games, CineFix created a trailer for Catching Fire, the second installment of the trilogy, scene for scene with low budget effects. Check it out after the jump:
Based on Stanislaw Lem's The Futurological Congress, the film directed by by Ari Folman stars Robin Wright playing herself as an aged star who proceeds to sell her likeness to a movie studio. And that's when things get a little bizarre. Here's the official short synopsis:
Fans of Ghost in the Shell will no doubt be psyched to hear that the four-movie anime series has finally arrived. The trailer above features the central character Motoko's new design. Other familiar faces in the clip include Section 9 residents Batou, Togusa and the Chief.
There's no denying that Joseph Kosinski Oblivion was a beautiful movie, just not a thoughtful one. And the biggest gripe that most audiences have is the ending which made no sense. In a bid to improve on the original, the folks behind the animated YouTube series How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) have decided to come up with this alternate ending instead:
Here's some exciting news from the creators at Walt Disney Animation Studios. The studio is set to release an action-comedy titled 'Big Hero 6' that follows a team superhuman operatives of the same name. This project will be Disney's first animated film based on a Marvel comic titled.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has a new promo. The 30 second spot brings Clark Gregg reprising his role as Agent Phil Coulson from Marvel's feature films, including Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor and The Avengers.
After a seven year hiatus, Arrested Development is back for its fourth season. The trailer for the sitcom has just debuted online. The Bluth family returns with Jason Bateman starring as Michael, Portia de Rossi as Lindsay, Will Arnett as Gob, Michael Cera as George Michael.
Here's a look at the latest promotional materials to get you excited about Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel' film. The 40-second promo and plus ad for the National Guard has been making its round online ever since it surfaced over the weekend. Click play below to find out what the fuss is all about:
Anyone who is a fan of Wes Anderson's films no doubt will be familiar with his style - quirky characters, deadpan dialogue, vivid color pallets, and nostalgic and dreamy soundtracks. So what would happen if you applied all that to the legendary action 1991 film known as Point Break? You get this:
Never underestimate the power of a good pair of shades. As a tribute to these accessories, FoundItem has uploaded this tribute to all the sunglasses featured in iconic films from the 60's all the way to the present. Be sure to don your Ray-Bans while watchign this clip below: