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Batman’s The Dark Knight Rises teaser trailer

Batman's The Dark Knight Rises teaser trailer

We’re now one year away from the conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman saga. From Batman Begins to The Dark Knight and now, next summer, The Dark Knight Rises. Very little has been revealed about the film, though much has been teased and rumored. We knew of Bane. We read about Selinda Kyle and maybe even Catwoman. We’ve heard maybe Ra’s al Ghul will be reborn or flashed back upon, and we’ve seen rumblings of Talia, his daughter. The pieces are still coming together, setting up what could possibly be the biggest trilogy conclusion of all time. Now, finally, we have a teaser trailer to help hype up the film – check out a sneak peek

Gnomeo and Juliet hit Blu-ray and DVD

Gnomeo and Juliet hit Blu-ray and DVD

Today, May 24th, marks the day where the world of animation mixes with the world of Shakespeare, as Disney brings Gnomeo and Juliet home to Blu-ray and DVD. In the secret world of garden gnomes, a feud between neighbors forces a lovestruck couple to overcome obstacles and see if love truly can conquer all. Featuring music from Sir Elton John, and the voice talents of Emily Blunt, James McAvoy and Sir Michael Caine, the take-home package comes complete with never-before-seen features and bonuses.

Valentine’s Gnomeo & Juliet in theaters today

Valentine's Gnomeo & Juliet in theaters today

Today is a day of love. Well, of a love movie. The love day is technically this Monday, but Valentine’s Day is but a mere holiday — we’re talking about the timeless tale of real love here! Shakespeare’s immortal story of Romeo & Juliet has been told a hundred ways with a hundred variations, but we’re hard pressed to recall a version starring garden gnomes. But today, February 11th, Touchstone Pictures is noting that a little adventure goes a lawn way. When a feud between neighbors takes the focus on life, Gnomeo & Juliet come to discover that love conquers all. Or tries to, anyway. But with plastic pink flamingos and lawnmower races in the mix, can this young couple find lasting happiness? Head to theaters and find out!

Gnomeo and Juliet set for a February 11, 2011 release, says eOne Entertainment

Gnomeo and Juliet set for a February 11, 2011 release, says eOne Entertainment

Occasionally, movie ideas come along that studios have to fight over. Such is the case with Gnomeo and Juliet, a 3D animated take on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet being produced by eOne Entertainment as part of Touchstone Pictures. And whom did they wrestle ownership away from? None other than Disney, legends in the field of CG toons. But as John Lasseter and the rest of the Pixar group merged back into Disney to focus on internal projects like this summer’s Toy Story 3, Gnomeo and Juliet made it’s way to Pathe International, set for a February 11th, 2011 release. The film will still be distributed internationally by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, with a soundtrack provided by Elton John and James Newton Howard.

Light the Signal, Batman The Dark Knight Returns to theaters July 20, 2012

Light the Signal, Batman The Dark Knight Returns to theaters July 20, 2012

Even with a number of animated DVD appearances, Batman, the famed caped crusader of DC Comics’ Gotham City, hasn’t been seen in a feature film since 2008’s The Dark Knight, and Batman Begins before that. That film became the then-second (now third, thanks to Avatar) highest grossing film of all time with $533 million in the US, $1 billion worldwide. Now, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, along with Christopher Nolan, have officially announced “Batman 3“, a followup sequel to the blockbuster franchise, hitting theaters, and IMAX, on July 20th, 2012. Information on the cast and plot, at this point, is nothing more than speculation, though it is assumed the core actors will reprise their roles: Christian Bale as Batman, Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox, Michael Caine as Alfred, etc. The date comes almost 4 years after The Dark Knight hit theaters, but a mere 2 and a half weeks after Disney and Marvel’s Spider-Man returns. Will you see them both?

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