Movie news for Project X, Avengers, The Academy Award Winners & More!

Flying Brian Banana Hammock February 27, 2012 Comments Off

TV Spots for Project X, Wrath of the Titans, Brave and GI Joe 2, pics from The Avengers and Riddick, and the 2012 Academy Award Winners!

Project X

Upcoming high school party comedy Project X has a new red band TV Spot, and it’s sorta funny. It almost makes me forget I’ve seen this movie a MILLION times already.

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Wrath of the Titans

Wrath of the Titans has a new TV spot, and after their last trailer, which was super cool and just showed action, I’m let down. I’ve figured out why I’m not really excited by this film: the acting and story. If it was just Greek Gods versus Titans in 3D, I’d be fine, but none of this stupid story. Blah.

Brave

Holy Crap does Brave look awesome. I think it’s the Scottish accent. I’m hoping for an animated Braveheart, but from Disney and with a fiery redheaded girl as the lead. Yeah, she’s soulless (cause of the gingerness) but it still gets my motor humming.

GI Joe 2: Retaliation

I like that they’ve essentially rebooted GI Joe with GI Joe 2: Retaliation, and yet they are really just killing off the bad parts (Channing Tatum) of the first film and replacing them with The Rock and Bruce Willis. That is the best trade up EVER.

The Avengers

These new promotional shots from The Avengers aren’t really all that great, but they’re wetting my appetite for the trailer later this week. I’m excited. BOOYAH. YIPPEE. Hip hip…

HOORAY!!!!

Riddick

Riddick has two new photos, and I love how they just completely get the character of Riddick wrong. He was so cool in Pitch Black, but now he’s just stupid. He was a badass criminal in Pitch Black, but all they have him do is jump around and… carry a bone on his back. For whatever reason… Stupid.

Anyways, his game should be to hide in the shadows. You know, because he can SEE IN THE DARK.

2012 Academy Award Winners

BEST PICTURE

The Artist


BEST DIRECTOR

Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist


BEST ACTRESS

Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady


BEST ACTOR

Jean Dujardin, The Artist

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Octavia Spencer, The Help

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Christopher Plummer, Beginners


BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash, The Descendants

BEST ANIMATED FILM FEATURE

Rango

BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FEATURE

A Separation, Iran

BEST ART DIRECTION

Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo, Hugo


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Robert Richardson, Hugo


BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Mark Bridges, The Artist


BEST FILM EDITING

Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo


BEST MAKEUP

The Iron Lady

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Ludovic Bource, The Artist


BEST ORIGINAL SONG

“Man or Muppet,” The Muppets

BEST SOUND EDITING
Hugo

BEST SOUND MIXING

Hugo

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Hugo


BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

Undefeated

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT

Saving Face

BEST LIVE-ACTION SHORT

The Shore


BEST ANIMATED SHORT

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore


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