First up were updates on HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET, DREDD and I, FRANKENSTEIN, which can be seen here. Now we have featurettes, posters, and TV spots for three more of our most highly anticipated films, LOOPER, SKYFALL, and FRANKENWEENIE.
Let’s start with…
Rian Johnson’s film with Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been the chiq pick for best movie of the year for a while now, and every time I see more footage and posters, the likelihood increases in my mind. If you’ve been playing along with the Looper’s viral campaign, completing “Looper” missions and the like [check out the awesome Looper Network], you’ll have unlocked the following featurette. If you didn’t, well we got it for you. Aren’t you lucky?
We also found another featurette from Yahoo! Movies, embedded below. Same intro, different footage.
We also have two international posters, above and below, that are purdy. LOOPER comes out September 28th, which is just barely over a week away!
The other day we found the first domestic poster for SKYFALL, which was looking pretty slick, and now we have the UK poster. It’s standard Bond stuff, but why mess with a shtick that works?
We also discovered a new international TV spot from the film [CS], featuring footage that actually shows Javier Bardem’s villainous character.
Sam Mendes’ SKYFALL stars Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, Ola Rapace, and Albert Finney. The movie has an October 26th release in the UK, but a November 9th release here in the States. Lucky brits.
It’s been a while since we checked in with Tim Burton’s remake of his own short film, FRANKENWEENIE. We have two new videos from the movie for you, one being a clip entitled “You’re Alive” (guess what seen it captures) and the other being a longer featurette featuring a lot of Tim Burton talking about the film. I didn’t need to see these to know that this will be the best Burton-related film of the year. Check them out below!
FRANKENWEENIE opens October 5th, and stars the voices of Atticus Shaffer, Christopher Lee, Winona Ryder, Martin Short, Catherine O’Hara, and Martin Landau.