It’s the end of a movie trilogy! The third and final installment of the billion dollar comedy blockbuster The Hangover films opens this May. Once again, the Wolf Pack is returning to the place where it all started: Las Vegas.
All the movie characters are back for Part III, as well as a new bad guy played by John Goodman. The movie posters for the entire Hangover series have been proven to be popular and always top sellers, The Hangover Part III posters are no exception. Many different posters are now in stock at MovieGoods, including popular character posters.
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Th ebuzz is building for Leonardo DiCaprio’s next big movie: The Great Gatsby. The movie was originall scheduled for a late 2012 release but was pushed back: it now has a firm release date of May 10, 2013.
The Great Gatsby is expected to be a big box office hit, as well as many believe it will kick off a renewed interest in fashion from the era. Music will also play a big part in the film – watch for the film soundtrack to be a popular seller. Check out the latest trailer for The Great Gatsby below.
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And they’re off – the 2013 Oscar derby is underway with the nominees list being relased! The nominees for the 85th Academy Awards are led by early fave Lincoln with 12 nominations, including Best Picture, Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor and Steven Spielberg for Best Director. In a big of a surprise, the visually stunning Life of Pi had the second most nominations with 11.
There were 9 films that made the cut for Best Picture this year, getting the required 5%+ of first place votes. They include Zero Dark Thirty, Les Miserables, Django Unchained, Amour, Silver Linings Playbook and Argo. Ben Affleck, star and director of Argo, was snubbed by the Oscars though as he did not receive a nomination in either category. Also getting snubbed was The Dark Knight Rises, receiving no nominations, not even in technical categories.
The 12 nominations for Lincoln matched Spielberg’s personal best on Schindler’s List, which won seven Oscars that year. Other top nominated films include Beasts of the Southern Wild
, Les Miserables and The Master. Fave actors receiving nominations include Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Lawrence.
Seth MacFarlane is set to host the Oscars this year, airing on February 24th. Expect his alter-ego Ted the bear to also make an appearance.
The world’s favorite spy James Bond is returning this year in the much-anticipated Skyfall movie. With Bond back, we take a look back at the Best of Bond – MovieGoods presents our favorite James Bond movie posters.
These are listed in no particular order but they are what we believe represents the best movie poster artwork on Bond films.
Thunderball (1965): Sean Connery – arguably the best Bond
Casino Royale (2006): Daniel Craig, looking broody and way too cool in the poster image
Quantum of Solace (2008): the movie itself isn’t one of Bond’s best but the ‘impending doom’ feel of this teaser poster is great
Dr. No (1962): classic Bond movie poster artwork here
For Your Eyes Only (1981): the rare Japanese poster from For Your Eyes Only is our personal fave from the film
Thunderball (1965): Sean Connery – arguably the best Bond
Goldfinger (1964): another classic Bond movie poster that stands the test of time
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969): our fave poster from the George Lazenby Bond years
Moonraker (1979): the campy, somewhat cheesy, 1970′s space artwork on this poster works!
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We’re now a full month into the new 2012 TV season and early winners and losers are emerging. The biggest loser? That would be the new CBS series Made in Jersey, which nabbed the dubious honor of being the first new show to get cancelled. Close behind on the cancellation list was FOX’s Mob Doctor.
We’re going to look at the shows that rate the best with the 18-49 age groups, as this the ‘money’ demographic that networks worry most about. Within this age group, the top rated show so far in 2012 in Sunday Night NFL Football on NBC. The top rated series so far is Emmy favorite Modern Family, followed by The Big Bang Theory, The Voice, Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS and The Family Guy. The shows with the highest 18-49 ratings are good bets to remain on the air as networks get more ad revenue for shows that appeal to this demographic.
The top rated new 18-49 series is NBC’s Revolution, followed by Elementary, Go On, and Vegas. Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the 2012 TV season so far is NBC overall making a strong surge after being down so low for so long. For a full list of the 2012 TV ratings for 18-49 year olds, click here.
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The zombies are returning! The much anticipated season 3 of The Walking Dead on AMC is set to premiere on October 14th.
In a recent interview, show star Andrew Lincoln hinted that there may be some high profile characters getting killed in Season 3. But the main focus of Season 3 will be a new threat on the human survivors of the zombies – fellow humans will be a new clash for the main characters. According to Lincoln, “That’s what this season is about, really, is that human beings can be far more atrocious to one other and invent incredibly novel and imaginative ways to hurt one another.”
The Walking Dead’s third season will also bring us two new locations. Rick and company will set up shop in a prison (after they clear all the zombies out, needless to say), while Andrea and Michonne will find their way to Woodbury, a town run by a mysterious new leader who calls himself the Governor.
For more on the new season of The Walking Dead, check out the Season 3 preview trailer below, which was originally shown at Comic Con 2012.
MovieGoods is home to dozens of different Walking Dead posters. Click here for The Walking Dead TV show posters
After a few days of anticipation, the studio has released the design for the final Twilight movie poster. The image you see here is the official movie poster design for the final chapter: Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2.
The poster has the tag line “The epic finale that will live forever”: Twilight fans hope that’s the case when the movie gets released worldwide on November 16, 2012. The poster also features Bella and the boys running across a cold, snowy landscape while being chased by wolves and other characters. Watch for this poster to be available here soon at MovieGoods. In the meantime, movie posters from the other Twilight films are now in stock!
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