Most of the critics associations have spoken, the Golden
Globes will announce their nominees in two days, and another year draws to a close.
But enough about 2007. We’re eagerly wondering, "Will 2008 be as much fun?"
Though the magic and wizardry of the electronic press kit, let us journey into the future and peek at what the major studios are up to for the upcoming months.
We know now grimy digital cameras and monsters from the Atlantic
can make for compelling trailer cinema, but will that be enough
to sustain a feature-length movie? We’ll find out January 18 when
They’ve got the munchies…for adventure! BFFs Harold and
Kumar return April 25 for another dazed and confused romp in
Harold and Kumar
this time getting sidetracked during a totally innocent trip to
The first trailer and handful of
Speed Racer production
stills are out, and fanboy reaction so far has been passionately divided. Exactly
how the mischievous
Wachowskis would like it, we’re sure.
Speed Racer will hit
the multiplex circuit on May 9.
Sometimes the Batmobile (especially
Batman Begins‘ armored
Frankenstein-on-wheels) just can’t weave through
when you call up the Batpod. It’ll probably get some nifty chase scenes in
Dark Knight, in theaters July 18.
busiest A-list director,
Ridley Scott, makes his 2008 mark with, um,
Ridley Scott Thriller. Already widely known by its production title,
Lies, the film will star
Russell Crowe, and
Of course, let’s not forget that wonderful medium almost as
old as cinema itself: the movie poster! Our personal picks for the best 2008 posters
These posters are for
Funny Games (Feb. 15),
One Missed Call
(Jan. 4), and
Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (May 22).