The big studios move the trailers of their upcoming productions
In summer, movie studios big advantage to advance proposals that have prepared the audience for the coming months. In many cases, releases these films do not have a specific date, but fans can begin to whet your appetite with the following improvements:
This film production is based on one of the comics of Hergé, the father of popular journalist. The secret of the unicorn is an adventure film full of mystery and action. The producer of the film has offered the trailer as part of the promotion. In addition, Universal has released some pictures of Tintin, which is seen flipping through a book with his inseparable friend, the dog Snowy. It is the first time that Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson working together and both have said they are satisfied with the process and helped them to exchange a lot of knowledge.
The director of the latest and third installment of Batman, Christopher Nolan wanted to show the collapse of Gotham City to promote the film, entitled The Dark Knight Rises. The fall of the city could be related to the end of the saga. The poster is one of the few clues that the director offers his fans. Until the release, fans can be entertained if the poster discussing the film reminds Origen, directed by the same director. Both films do agree that in the cast is British actor Tom Hardy, who plays the supervillain Bane in Batman. The main actors are Christian Bale as Batman and Anne Hathaway in the role of Catwoman. There is still a year to its release, scheduled for summer 2012.
The film production company Warner Bros has just introduced the first posters of Sherlock Holmes: a game of shadows, a film directed by Guy Ritchie and based on the stories of Arthur Conan Doyle. In this second part, the first premiered in 2009 – Holmes and his faithful companion Watson will meet again to Moriarty, the enemy is smart to have ever met. Robert Downey Jr will give life to the Baker Street detective and Jude Law shall be put back into the role of Watson. The film may reach the big screen on January 5, 2012.