Saying it all in ten words or less.
Movie posters have a pretty big job. They need to look good, they need to intrigue movie audiences, they need to provide information about who was involved in making a movie, and sometimes, they even need to sum up a movie in just a handful of words. For those few pithy words that can describe a movie and pique the interest of a passerby, we have the Reelzie for Best Movie Poster Tagline. cast your vote >> Posted 12.26.12 by Mandy
|Title ||Weekend ||Total ||Analysis |
|The Hunger Games ||$61.1M ||$251M ||Katniss added Wrath and Mirror to her list of victims; Hunger Games reached $250M in 10 days, a record for a non-sequel |
|Wrath of the Titans ||$34.2M ||$34.2M ||Barely made half of what Clash of the Titans made its opening weekend two years ago; studio hoping the movie plays strong over spring break |
|Mirror Mirror ||$19M ||$19M ||A weak opening for the $85M fairy tale retelling |
|21 Jump Street ||$15M ||$93.1M ||Close to becoming Jonah Hill's first $100M live-action vehicle since Superbad |
|Dr. Seuss' The Lorax ||$8M ||$189.6M ||Still in the top 5 after five weeks, nearing $200M |
Posted 04.01.12 by reelz
After defeating giant scorpions, the snake-headed Medusa (Natalia Vodianova), and the towering spawn of Hades (Ralph Fiennes) known as the Kraken in Clash of the Titans, Perseus (Sam Worthington) was hoping to retire from hero-work and spend the rest of his days in peace, working as a fisherman and caring for his 10-year-old son, Helius (John Bell). Alas, Perseus' fate is too closely intertwined with that of his father, Zeus (Liam Neeson), so when the king of the gods and ruler of Mount Olympus is betrayed by Hades and Ares (Edgar Ramirez) and imprisoned by Kronos, ruler of the Titans, it's up to Perseus to once again save the day.
With a new adventure comes new threats, many of which we've caught glimpses of in the various trailers and TV spots that have been released to promote the Wrath of the Titans. With the movie opening in theaters today, Warner Bros. has decided to offer a closer look at three of the new monsters that Perseus will confront in a trio of featurettes spotlighting Kronos, the Cyclops, and the Minotaur. watch the new featurettes >> Posted 03.30.12 by BrentJS
Ten years after the events of Clash of the Titans, Perseus (Sam Worthington) will once again be pulled into the power struggle of the gods in the upcoming sequel Wrath of the Titans.
This time, Perseus is forced into action after his father Zeus (Liam Neeson) is captured by Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares (Édgar Ramirez), who have switched loyalty to Kronos — who is Hades and Zeus' father, held captive with the Titans in the dungeon Tartarus. The first preview clip sees the start of Hades' treachery, as he surprises Zeus by attacking him. watch the clip and featurette >> Posted 03.23.12 by Ryan
The latest TV spot for Wrath of the Titans challenges moviegoers to "Go to Hell" with Sam Worthington. Worthington plays Perseus, the demigod son of Zeus (Liam Neeson), who finds himself drawn back into the conflict between Olympians and Titans when his father is captured and imprisoned in the fiery pits of Tartarus by Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares (Édgar Ramirez). And, speaking of Ares, we finally get our first look at the "god of war" in a pair of new still images from the movie that were included in a large batch of images that recently turned up online. watch the new spot & see the images >> Posted 02.28.12 by BrentJS
Step into any theater in America and you'll no doubt find yourself surrounded by larger-than-life gods, demi-gods, and monsters, as Warner Bros. has sent out giant theater lobby standee versions of the latest posters for Wrath of the Titans. Also appearing in theaters is a new theatrical trailer for the sequel to Clash of the Titans that includes spectacular new footage of some of the otherworldly domains that Perseus (Sam Worthington) must traverse in his quest to rescue his father, Zeus (Liam Neeson), and defeat the Titans that have been unleashed upon the world. The new trailer is all about the monstrous Titans — an angry Cyclops, an acid-spitting Hydra, and an enormous fire demon, just to name a few — and finally shows Perseus actually doing something as he hoists his old man's lightning bolts and flies into battle astride Pegasus. watch the new trailer >> Posted 02.24.12 by BrentJS
Warner Bros. has released a trio of new posters for Jonathan Liebesman's (Battle: Los Angeles) new movie, Wrath of the Titans, including a banner poster (above) that offers a snapshot of the major players in the movie, a character poster featuring the longer-haired and far less action-oriented Sam Worthington as Perseus, as well as a poster showcasing the sequel's mountainous, magma-spewing answer to the Kraken from Clash of the Titans.
Written by Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson, from a story by Mazeau, Johnson and Greg Berlanti, Wrath takes place a decade after Perseus defeated the Kraken and turned down Zeus' (Liam Neeson) offer to live with the gods on Mount Olympus. Quietly living as a fisherman and father to his 10-year-old son, Perseus is drawn back into the conflict between gods and Titans when Zeus is captured by Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares (Edgar Ramirez), who have joined forces with the Titans. With the help of the warrior Queen Andromeda (Rosamund Pike), the demigod Argenor (Toby Kebbell) and the fallen god Hephaestus (Bill Nighy), Perseus sets out to rescue Zeus, overthrow the Titans and save the world. see the other new posters >> Posted 02.10.12 by BrentJS
The first still images from the Jonathan Liebesman-directed sequel to Clash of the Titans have turned up online and — surprise, surprise — they primarily feature Sam Worthington as Perseus, the demigod son of Zeus (Liam Neeson) and hero of the first movie. However, while Worthington is featured in two of the three images, he looks far less heroic than when we last saw him. In fact, it's actually a ripped-up Rosamund Pike as the warrior Queen Andromeda who looks like the real badass of this movie.
Set a decade after Perseus' triumphant defeat of the mighty Kraken in the first movie, Wrath of the Titans finds Perseus living a much simpler life as a fisherman and single parent to his 10-year-old son, Helius. Even though Perseus has put down his sword in favor of a fishing pole, the travails of the ever-feuding gods and Titans force him back into action when Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares (Edgar Ramirez) conspire to kidnap Zeus and turn him over to the ruler of the Titans, Kronos. No match for Kronos, Perseus enlists the aid of Queen Andromeda, the demigod Argenor (Toby Kebbell) and the fallen god Hephaestus (Bill Nighy) in his quest to rescue Zeus and save mankind from the "wrath" of the Titans. SEE THE NEW IMAGES >> Posted 02.03.12 by BrentJS
The first two action-packed TV spots for Jonathan Liebesman's (Battle: Los Angeles) Wrath of the Titans recently began airing and they can now be viewed online.
Set ten years after the events in Clash of the Titans, Wrath finds Perseus (Sam Worthington) living a quiet life as a fisherman and single parent. However, humanity's lack of faith in the gods has weakened the power of Mount Olympus and Zeus (Liam Neeson) finds his control over the imprisoned Titans slipping from his grasp. When Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares (Edgar Ramirez) choose to ally themselves with the Titans and steal Zeus' powers, Perseus must journey to the underworld to rescue his father and prevent the Titans from unleashing their army of monsters and taking over the world of man. watch the new tv spots >> Posted 01.31.12 by BrentJS
The 2009 remake Clash of the Titans took a beating with critics, one of whom called it a "trash-compacted mash-up of other, better movies". But after earning $491 million in worldwide box office, Warner Bros. wasn't going to pass on a sequel.
Enter Wrath of the Titans, which will again follow the adventures of Perseus (Sam Worthington), the demigod son of Zeus (Liam Neeson), who must once again jump into action to deal with conflicts between the gods in order to save humanity. That may sound lofty, but the trailer looks like the sequel will still be mostly about Perseus fighting off a variety of new creatures, only this time he will be aided by the warrior Queen Andromeda (Rosamund Pike), Argenor (Toby Kebbell), the demigod son of Poseidon (Danny Huston), and fallen god Hephaestus (Bill Nighy). watch the trailer >> Posted 12.19.11 by Ryan