I’m so happy that Kevin Feige and his Marvel Studios team are now involved with Sony’s Spider-Man movies. It’s great that Peter Parker is a teenager and that he’s in the Avengers, too. Can’t wait to see Spider-Man: Homecoming this summer.
The Marvel Studios marketing team is definitely on their A-game with all of these great Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 posters. Here’s the IMAX variant released today.
Just making a shout-out to Walt Disney Animation Studios‘ original 1991 version of Beauty and the Beast. The original teaser poster for the film is below. I will be seeing Disney’s high-priced and high-profile photorealistic remake soon (it opens in U.S. theaters today), but as for this weekend, I’m planning to spend some time with the original animated classic instead.
Even as The Walt Disney Studios continues to remake all of their animated classics in a photorealistic style (which really bums me out), at least they aren’t taking away the original animated motion pictures that I love. Thankfully, Disney is remaking their animated canon with some care and artistry, but these classics don’t need to be remade; rather, they need to be re-released regularly and re-watched on the big screen and the great creative minds working at The Walt Disney Studios should devote their considerable time, talents, and resources to original storytelling instead. A dream is a wish your heart makes, right? (Oh wait, Disney already remade that one, too…)
First Cars 3, now Pixar has released a gorgeous new poster this week for its animated film Coco.
Here’s another knockout poster for Pixar Animation Studios’ upcoming feature Cars 3.
I can’t believe I’m actually posting this since I’m not a devoted fan of this movie franchise, but I quite like the new poster design for the upcoming sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Let’s hope the movie is decent (sadly, my expectations are very low on this one, but would love to be pleasantly surprised).