Tobin Bell is back in Saw 3D, and here is the motion poster in 3D, It will blow your mind.
Reportedly, this is the end of all ends of the Saw films, intending to go out with not only scream after scream, but as a 3D horror movie.
Ryan Reynolds stars in Buried. The movie is about a U.S. contractor (Reynolds) working in Iraq. He awakes to find he is buried alive inside a coffin. With only a lighter and a cell phone it’s a race against time to escape this claustrophobic death trap.
Yahoo has the Buried Motion Poster that just came out today. I like the feeling of claustrophobic and darkness in the movie. It’s foreboding, which drives me nuts. The movie opens in October.
Check out the motion poster here.
I just love motion posters. Lionsgate is heavily promoting Saw VI, the latest motion poster proves it. Little is know about the storyline, but the word is that Jigsaw and his disciples return in Saw VI on October 23, 2009. Saw franchise editor Kevin Greutert directed from a script by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. We are sure to hear more after Comic-Con.
Beautiful motion poster with the yellow rose opening to reveal a woman’s face, but so unlike Tyler Perry’s movies, or am I missing something here?
When Madea, America’s favorite pistol-packing grandma, catches sixteen-year-old Jennifer and her two younger brothers looting her home, she decides to take matters into her own hands and delivers the young delinquents to the only relative they have: their aunt April. Initially wanting nothing to do with the kids, April learns along the way that she can change her old ways and become a better person. But it takes a lot of work and the help of a handsome Mexican immigrant who moves in with April to push her to change. Lionsgate’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself opens in theaters on September 11th!
Check out the motion poster for the upcoming sci-fi action film Gamer starring Gerard Butler, Michael C. Hall and Milo Ventimiglia.
Formerly known as Game and Citizen Game, this highly intense thriller has been officially titled Gamer and is directed by Crank and Crank High Voltage visionaries Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.