Pics for Monsters University, a TV spot for Gangster Squad, posters for Warm Bodies, trailers for Pacific Rim and GI Joe: Retaliation, and a Hobbit film clip!
Monsters University has two new photos, and while I wouldn’t call them interesting, I could see a small child finding them such, and since this is a kid’s film, I will allow it.
Gangster Squad has a new TV spot that I don’t like. AT ALL. Just kidding. It’s cool. One thing that strikes me about this film is how nicely shot it is. I’m really looking forward to the visual style here. It seems like it has a nice noir feel while still being modern.
That sounded too smart… SCREW CANADA.
DAMN IT. STILL SMART. Canada is a cool place.
There we go. Nice and stupid. No one in their right mind would believe that shit.
Warm Bodies has a bunch of new posters today, and they’re not bad, though I feel they don’t quite capture the charm of the trailers and, hopefully, the movie. Teresa Palmer does continue to look hotter than hell though. Yowza.
Pacific Rim finally has its first trailer, and it’s a very good trailer all in all. It’s still a bit too much of a teaser for my taste, as I’d prefer to see a bit more of the action this close to release (to be fair, it doesn’t come out until March, so there’s plenty of time for more trailers, but I like to be inundated. INUNDATED.
GI Joe: Retaliation
GI Joe: Retaliation has a new trailer, and it took me a bit by surprise. I feel like this came out already, since it was supposed to back in June, but now I’m back in full on Joe mode.
Just kidding. It’ll still be terrible. I do see some more footage of Channing Tatum than we saw last time, which might mean this is the stuff they went in and reshot after Tatum had a couple huge movies in the beginning of the year. Meh.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has a new film clip that shows the meeting between Gollum and Bilbo. It also shows a bit of the insanity of Gollum. I like this meeting a bit more than the meeting between Gollum and Frodo. It’s a bit funnier and more charming.
I’m looking forward to the scenes between these two, as it’s interesting to think of the mercy of Bilbo saving the world. A simple act of non-action saving Middle Earth. Cool stuff.