New Images Redux: Harry Potter, Ocean's Thirteen, and More!

by | April 17, 2007 | Comments

Warner Bros. just updated their summer 2007 and beyond slate, releasing candid snaps of heistmeisters (“Ocean’s Thirteen“), boy wizards (“Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix“), a lonely vampire hunter (“I am Legend“), and cute little kids possibly hellbent on murder and mayhem (“Trick ‘r Treat“). Enjoy!

The gang’s back together for another high-class robbery in “Ocean’s Thirteen.” Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and his band of merry pranksters (including Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, and Bernie Mac) assemble to even the score after a crooked casino operator (Al Pacino) double-crosses one of the original eleven, Reuben Tishkoff, played by Elliott Gould. Get ready for the long goodbye on June 8.


Clooney, Pacino, and a bunch of happy extras.

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Next is the movie every kid in America (and a heck of a lot of adults) is anticipating: “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” due out July 13. Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) is in full teenage riot mode, but angst and emo music will have to wait as Harry attempts to warn of Lord Voldemort’s (Ralph Fiennes) return and battle the new Hogwarts bureaucracy.


Harry Potter soaking it all in.

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Recently added to the candy bowl this Halloween season is “Trick ‘r Treat,” a scary story anthology directed by “X2” and “Superman Returns” scribe Michael Dougherty. “Trick ‘r Treat” features four interwoven Halloween stories, and is touted as a horror flick with major elements of mordant humor. For now, we have this creepy photo, with more coming in as “Trick “r Treat”‘s October 5 release date draws closer.


School kids taking a field trip of the sun in “Trick ‘r Treat.”

Click the photo or here for “Trick ‘r Treat”‘s RT page.

I Am Legend” stars Will Smith as Neville, the last human on Earth living amongst a society of vampires. They want Neville’s blood and have a method in mind a bit different than sterilized needles. The film is based on Richard Matheson’s novella of the same name, which has been adapted twice before, most notably as 1971’s hilarious camp masterpiece “The Omega Man.” “I am Legend” will rise into theaters December 14.


Will Smith pounding pavement in “I am Legend.”

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