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Tag Archives: movie poster
Okay. We don’t get a Pixar film this year. But next year we get two. That’s a good feeling right? Get ready for an emotional roller coaster ride back through the history of Pixar’s amazing films in the first preview … Continue reading
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is due in theaters on April 4, 2014, and Marvel has released some new posters to promote the film. The main poster features Chris Evans as Captain America flanked by Samuel L. Jackson as Nick … Continue reading
Hang on to your hats and glasses everyone, there’s a new “Payoff” poster out for Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World.” It features Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins and more in what is now a standard ‘assembled cast’ … Continue reading
I’m always fascinated to see how Disney chooses to market its films to non-US audiences. Frequently it’s completely different material than what we see. With Pixar’s Brave we’re seeing a few really interesting takes. Some cultures it might be hard … Continue reading