FilmMattic writes: Is it just me or does every summer movie season feel like Hollywood's deliberate attempt to introduce moviegoers to a new Bond character: you know, trailers galore? The busy blockbuster-laden landscape of movies represents, for studios, what Christmas time means to retail/online merchants: BIG business. The influx of new and more polished looks at some future blockbusters is always met with great anticipation. The summer of 2011 is no different. Hit the jump for a look at new trailers for Green Lantern, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Super 8, 30 Minutes or Less and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
A terrible Ryan Reynolds movie is coming to Netflix in the US on September 1st, and it might just find a new audience.
They say when you love someone, you love them even for their faults, and well, ten years later, we still love everything about Super 8, despite some minor flaws.
When the Harry Potter film franchise kicked off in 2001, it not only brought J.K. Rowling's beloved book series to the big screen, but also introduced millions of fans to a new group of young actors. Being cast in one of the biggest and most successful movie franchises in film history is a coup for any actor, of course — but for a child actor especially, it also raises a question: where does your career go from there?