Hello and happy Monday TC Readers! Got a lot of great things coming out this week! It’s officially Hobbit week and we are only days away from the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. On top of that, Thinking Cinematic has a brand spanking new logo, thanks to Chris Roach! You can check out the logo on the Thinking Cinematic Facebook page as well as our twitter account! If you want to check out more of Chris’s work you can head on over to Chris Roach Photography and show him some love. Let’s get started in roll right into the latest movie trailers and news.
In case you missed it:
Marc Webb, director of The Amazing Spider-Man, has confirmed via Twitter that Dane DeHaan will play the role of Harry Osborne! Click here for the source. The Amazing Spider-Man sequel is scheduled to release May 2nd, 2014.
Excited for The Hobbit? So are the fine fellows over at Roosterteeth! In celebration of The Hobbit’s released they have released the premier episode for their newest mini-series, A Simple Walk into Mordor.
A trailer was released an upcoming movie called, Oblivion was released last week. The Sci-Fi Action film stars Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, and Olga Kurylenko. Check out the trailer up above. Oblivion is set to release on April 23, 2013!
Will Smith and his son, Jaden, are returning to the big screen again. Check out the new trailer for After Earth, which stars the duo and is directed by M. Night Shyamalan. After Earth is scheduled to release June 7th, 2013!
DreamWorks has released another trailer for it’s animated movie, The Croods! The Croods stars Emma Stone, Nicholas Cage and Ryan Reynolds and is set to release on March 22nd, 2013!
Check out this cool trailer mash up from YouTube user, SleepySkunk. It features a lot of clips and audios from major movies that were released this year! How many do you recognize?
That does it for a quick recap of all the movie news. Let’s jump into home release.
Coming to Blu-Ray/DVD this week we have:
- Ted (Unrated) (My Review)
- The Bourne Legacy (My Review)
- Ice Age Continental Drift
- Following (Criterion Edition)
- Osombie (Feed Me Films’ Review)
- Why Stop Now
Here’s a look at what’s coming to the big screen.
Coming to the Theaters (Wide Releases):
Coming to Theaters (Limited Release):
See anything that’s missing? Comment and let us know!
That does it for this week! Be sure to keep coming back every Monday and Saturday for new Thinking Cinematic content! Be sure to follow me on twitter, as well as the Thinking Cinematic Twitter! Also don’t forget to like us on Facebook!
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