Sides have been drawn. Weapons chosen. The aliens are on their way, but it's not the landscape of the city of Los Angeles that will be the chosen battlefield. No, instead it will most likely be the courtroom. Oh, Hollywood! No one loves a good war more than you do!
That's right. We have a one-sheet bonanza for you today, dearest reader, to kick off your work week with a little destruction in mind! Get ready for five new bits of artwork for Jonathan Liebesman's latest alien invasion opus Battle: Los Angeles. In the immortal words of Maynard ... learn to swim!
Texas Chainsaw: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman's new film, Battle: Los Angeles, is getting some love at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we have an early look at the artwork.
Sony Pictures is making a splash at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we've got some images from the booth that's home to two of their biggest genre offerings - Priest and Resident Evil: Afterlife.
Quick updates on a couple of movies that have been bouncing around like an out of control rubber ball for a long while now -- Sony Pictures' Priest and MGM's Cabin in the Woods have been moved around yet again.
We have always wanted a clip from someone's death, be it black or otherwise. I mean if only out of morbid curiosity. What's that? Oh, this is for the movie? Well ... okay then!
We already knew the fourth entry into the creature-laden Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil: Afterlife, would be hitting theatres on September 10th in glorious 3D, but now comes word from Sony Pictures that they'll be booking the film into Imax theatres simultaneous with its conventional theatre release.
Okay, kids! Time to get you up-to-speed on all the Ghostbusters 3 news that's taken place since the film was first talked about! You ready? Good! Here we go!
"Welcome to the Hotel Transylvania! Such a scary place. Such a scary face. Plenty of doom at the Hotel Transylvania! Any kind of fear. You can find it here!" There. Now just try and get that shit out of your heads!
With health care being a raging topic nowadays, I think we should all take a moment to be thankful that we're not living way back when plagues, leech treatments, torture devices, and doctors who believed more in magic than they did medicine were commonplace. Though leeches are still kind of fun. They make really sweet squishy noises, too.
Well, the bidding war for the rights to the Terminator franchise is over, and the studio who obtained the rights is The Asylum! Yep, no more mockbusters for them! They're going totally legit! Okay, not really, we're lying, but could you imagine?
Lots of studios are vying for the rights to one of the most successful film franchises of all time, The Terminator. Lionsgate ... Sony ... honestly we don't care who gets it as long as they keep it far away from McG and his pussy Terminators that seem to have an aversion to ... well ... terminating!
The Sony release date shuffle has begun, and several of this year's flicks have been pushed to 2011. Let's look at the tale of the tape!
Ah, the good old days! Plagues! Wading through leech-infested streams! Torture devices! Doctors who believed more in magic than they did medicine! Kind of makes you almost thankful for the neon distractions of modern times. Almost.
A new still from Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles has hit online. This one depicts star Aaron Eckhart geared up for what we hope will be some truly brutal and epic alien confrontations in the city of angels.