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.
September isn’t normally a month for big ticket movie releases but one of the most promising films on the schedule this year is End of Watch.
Opening in theatres on September 21st, End of Watch is from Training Day screenwriter David Ayer delves once again into the often frightening world of LAPD officers. Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pea star as officers battling against an LA drug cartel. For star Gyllenhaal, he states the film required more preparation than any previous role. "You typically hear actors talk about how they went on a couple ride-alongs," he says. "We spent five months doing it, three nights a week. By the end of this movie, Mike and I really believed we were partners. It was hard to have anybody convince us otherwise."
Check out the End of Watch trailer below for a sneak peak at this gritty new cop movie: End of Watch movie posters are now in stock at MovieGoods.com.
The Rock of Ages is based on the hit Broadway musical of the same name: Cruise plays over-the-top rocker Stacee Jaxx in the story about a boy (Diego Boneta) and a girl (Julianne Hough) chasing their rock star dreams inside a run-down rock club in the late 1980s. Classic 80′s rock songs performed by Cruise include Paradise City, I Want to Know What Love Is, Here I Go Again, Every Rose Has Its Thorn, Rock You Like a Hurricane and Pour Some Sugar On Me. Check out Cruise as Jaxx in this photo below from the movie.
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It’s been 10 long years since we last saw the Men in Black but they’re back again in 2012. MIB 3 was delayed several times by script re-writes and production delays but with a budget of $215 million, the movie is finally wrapped up and ready for its May 25th premiere date. After all, the first two MIB films took in over $1 billion worldwide – it was only a matter of time before another movie got made.
Stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back, along with Josh Brolin playing a younger version of Jones’ Agent K. The main plotline of MIB 3 involves Agent J travelling back in time to 1969 to stop a bad-ass alien from assassinating Agent K.
Men in Black 3 posters are now available at MovieGoods. Check out the trailers below for more info on this big summertime movie release.
Every now and then, a movie comes out of nowhere and becomes a cult hit, and the posters become big selling items. That happened in 2010 and 2011 with Senna, a sports documentary about the life of late Formula 1 racecar driver Ayrton Senna. How did Senna make it movie screens? That’s a big of a strange journey.
In 2004, director James Gay-Rees stumbles upon an article marking the 10th anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna – who some believe was the greatest motor-racing driver of all time. The article triggers James to recall his father telling him the tale of when he once met Senna and how he was different than all other drivers. This eventually leads the director to make a film about the last 3 days in the life of Ayrton Senna, who was so tragically killed at the San Marino Grand Prix in 1994. At a pitch meeting with Universal in 2008, James shows actual race footage he has on his laptop and the movie gets greenlighted based on that. The movie finally gets released in 2010 and throughout 2011, it gathers buzz for the stunning race footage and also gains very strong film critic support. There you go – the making of a cult classic!
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It seems like it might be an opportunistic reason to capitalize on the recent death of Whitney Houston, but the studio says it will re-release The Bodyguard this year to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film’s original release back in 1992.
During its original theatrical run, The Bodyguard grossed over $410 million worldwide and further increased the star power of Whitney Houston, who played a singer menaced by a dangerous stalker. Slowly she falls in love with the man she hires to protect her, a former Secret Service agent played by Kevin Costner.
This special Bodyguard re-release is very limited, showing in just more than 400 select theaters on March 28th for a one-night-only anniversary screening. Also, the 20th anniversary edition Blu-Ray will hit stores that same week.
Prior to 2012, 21 Jump Street was best known as a little TV show that featured some unknown kid named Johnny Depp, airing back in the late 1980s in the early days of the FOX Network.
Now the fondly remembered but somewhat obscure TV series is getting a reboot as a Hollywood movie release.
Opening in theatres on March 16th, the 21 Jump Street movie stars recent Oscar nominee Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as a pair of police officers sent undercover as high school students trying to take down a drug ring. Although there will certainly be lots of action and crime, the movie is being played primarily as a comedy. The comedy is targeted at adults, who likely remember the original TV series, as the film is R rated.