A lot of movies came out in the Summer of 2012. Some were good and some were…not so good. But one thing’s for sure: they made a lot of money. We took a look back at some of the biggest movies of the Summer of 2012 to see what worked and what didn’t. Some films won’t surprise you – you mean ‘The Avengers‘ was a big hit?… – but others – people still go see those ‘Ice Age’ movies?! – will.
After the ‘Dark Knight Rises’ shooting that left 12 people dead and another 50 injured, theaters across the country are addressing security concerns as sold-out crowds return to theaters for the weekend.
As you might imagine, it didn’t take long for Warner Bros. executives to start talking with Christopher Nolan about a follow up to ‘The Dark Knight’ – the film was a massive critical and commercial success. But would you believe they already whispering their plans for ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ to Nolan and his creative team at the ‘Dark Knight’ premiere? And they even had an idea for who they wanted to play the villain…
Did you go see ‘The Avengers‘ this weekend? Are you a big ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ fan? Do you still watch old episodes of ‘Firefly?’ If you answered yes to any of those things, Joss Whedon has something he wants to tell you.
While the movie world gathers to celebrate the best in film for 2012, the nominations for The Razzies – celebrating the absolute worst in film for 2012 – were announced and it was a record-breaking year. For Adam Sandler.
The 2012 Oscars managed to include the expected and shocks all at the same time. Odds on favorite, ‘The Artist’, won five awards including Best Picture, Best Actor for Jean Dujardin and Best Director for Michel Hazanivicius. But ‘Hugo’ gave it a run for its money, also bringing home five awards (though none in the major categories).
There are a lot of movies to look forward to in 2012. So many, in fact, it’s easy to lose track of everything. We took a look back at some of the best movie trailers of the year to give you an idea of what 2012 has to offer at the movie theater. While the year is still young, there are already some amazing trailers.
Disney’s upcoming movie, ‘Oz, the Great and Powerful’, boasts an A-list cast — Oscar nominees James Franco, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams plus Mila Kunis — and a storyline that will take audiences to the origin of the Wizard himself. But Warner Bros., who holds the rights to ‘The Wizard of Oz’ film, would like to put a stop to that film.
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