New posters from The Dark Knight Rises, The Bourne Legacy and Worlds End, a pic from Skyfall, a clip from Step Up Revolution and casting for The Wolverine and The Hangover III.
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight Rises has a new poster that’s freaking sweet. I just made it my desktop background.
Sure, it’s a bit artsy and therefore gay, but I like that. It’s what I’m all about.
Except the gay part.
There’s also a brand new, yet entirely old, film clip that has been shown in one form or another essentially in its entirety in the trailers. It has Selena Kyle talking about being afraid of Bane.
The Bourne Legacy
The Bourne Legacy poster aims too low. Not figuratively. The reticle SHOULD be on Canada. SO AIM HIGHER.
This is unacceptable.
Worlds End is apparently going to happen, which is great news because Edgar Wright’s awesome but still a big flop Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World didn’t do so well. I liked Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz like crazy, and I can only hope Worlds End is a proper finale to this trilogy. Much like I hope The Dark Knight Rises is a fitting end to Batman.
And today we have a poster for Worlds End, so enjoy the shit out of that.
Skyfall, you fall, we ALL fall for ice cream!
Wait. That doesn’t make sense…
Anywho, this new picture from Skyfall shows off the new Q, who makes Bond’s toys. I think it’s inappropriate to give him glasses. Glasses do not equate to intelligence. Case in point: some Canadians wear glasses. AND THEY’RE MORONS.
Step Up Revolution
Mercy. PLEASE. Mercy. Sir, I’m asking you for a little mercy. Please please please.
This clip from Step Up Revolution made my ears bleed. It made me want to stab a child. It made me want to die. It made me want to fly, but just for a moment, before I hit the ground. It made me want to destroy the world. I would become death.
Why is there never REAL gang violence when you need it? For instance, when a bunch of little fucking asshats decide they can stop traffic to dance protest. GOOD GOD.
The Wolverine is said to be casting uber-hottie Jessica Biel in the role of Viper, who was a bit of a badass in the comics, and at one time the head of Hydra, who we saw in the Captain America film (meaning she’ll have NOTHING to do with Hydra in the Wolverine).
I’m okay with this, as her fighting outfight will likely be revealing.
The Hangover III
The Hangover III is, to no one’s surprise except racist Canadians (THAT’S ALL OF YOU, INCLUDING THE FRENCH CANUCKSTERS), bringing back Ken Jeong for the third and final (HAHA) film in the series. What is somewhat surprising, though yet again not terribly so given his increased status in films and TV shows, is that Jeong will have a larger role in the third film. As he was unquestionably hilarious in the first and second films, this can only be a good thing.