A ton of new posters for ‘The Hobbit - The Battle of the Five Armies’

'Reboot - The Guardian Code' is in development!
I’m an absolutely massive fan of the original Reboot series and having been keeping an eye on developments over the years, from the rebirth through Zeroes2Heroes which eventually led to a comic, some art books and the fantastic DVD release…so to say i’m excited about this new series would be an understatement. 
I look forward to see how what new characters are brought to the screen and how newer technology is used in the creation of the show.

'Reboot - The Guardian Code' is in development!

I’m an absolutely massive fan of the original Reboot series and having been keeping an eye on developments over the years, from the rebirth through Zeroes2Heroes which eventually led to a comic, some art books and the fantastic DVD release…so to say i’m excited about this new series would be an understatement. 

I look forward to see how what new characters are brought to the screen and how newer technology is used in the creation of the show.

Another hobbit poster… But this time it’s the man behind the lens!!

Another hobbit poster… But this time it’s the man behind the lens!!

Another new Hobbit poster, this time featuring Gandlaf’s big ol’ face

Another new Hobbit poster, this time featuring Gandlaf’s big ol’ face

The newest poster for ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies’

The newest poster for ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies’

New teaser trailer for Doctor Who series 8

The new trailer for Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ is now online….it really looks like it’s going to be a great movie.


Guardians of the Galaxy trailer 2 UK — Marvel | HD (by Marvel UK)

Teaser Trailer for The Interview on TrailerAddict.

The teaser trailer for Seth Rogen and James Franco’s newest film directed by Evan Goldberg ‘The Interview’.

I think distribution may be tricky in some countries.

Some new posters for the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ movie out later this year.

The first trailer for ‘The Book of Life’

Produced by Guillermo Del Toro and directed by Jorge Gutierrez it looks to be a good change of art style from many other CG animated films. The visuals are designed to reflect the Mexican Day of the Dead festival and I think work really well. 

I think people could perhaps compare the story to others such as The Corpse Bride and The Princess and the Frog, but i’m hoping this film will be different enough to not make those comparisons when it’s released.