After taking back the White House from terrorists and saving the President from capture in London, Gerard Butler returns once again as Secret Service agent Mike Banning.
Matt Ferguson and Matthew “Florey” Rowan two of the best poster artist are opening a show of limited edition posters based on the films of Amblin and Steven Spielberg.
Lionsgate released the first teaser trailer for the latest incarnation of Robin Hood that on the surface looks like Bruce Wayne meets Robin of Loxley who acts like Arrow.
With Avengers: Infinity War now just a month away from hitting theaters, Marvel Studios released new posters featuring our heroes who will have to battle Thanos to save the world.
The 90th Annual Academy Awards or The Oscars air tonight on ABC, but before you watch to see who wins you should check out some alternate posters for the movies up for Best Picture.
A day after nine pop icon posters came out another set of nine all focusing on the First Order have been released as the marketing for The Last Jedi has made the jump to hyperspace.
Just two weeks left before one of 2017’s most anticipated movies come to theaters Disney has released nine new pop icon posters.
On November 10th a star-studded cast will all become suspects when Agatha Christie’s best-selling novel, Murder on the Orient Express comes to the big-screen.
July’s, San Diego Comic-Con was the last time Warner Brother’s released a trailer for Justice League and since then we’ve only gotten some character posters, but not much else. That looks to be changing.
Blue Sky Studios has released the latest trailer for their animated adventure movie about a big friendly bull who doesn’t want anything to do with bullfighting.
So what goes together better then peanut butter and jelly? How about Star Wars and Lego’s as we now have Lego versions of the Star Wars: Last Jedi character posters.
Saturday at Disney’s D23 convention, Disney released a behind the scenes look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi the follow up to The Force Awakens.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is a film based on a French science fiction comics series Valérian and Laureline.
On Thursday, a new trailer for Wonder Woman was released. A movie that some might say Warner Brothers needs to be a hit with the critics as well at the box office to ensure a long and healthy DCEU franchise.
Anton Yelchin who passed away at the young age of 27 early Sunday morning enjoyed a brief, but successful film career as we look back on the roles he’ll be best remembered for.
As a Star Wars fan I’m always on the look out for anything to do with the sci-fi franchise from a galaxy far, far away and that includes the creations of a very talented illustrator.
Hotel Transylvania 2 is the sequel to the 2012 movie, taking place seven years after the conclusion of the first film, Hotel Transylvania.
We all become familiar with the movie posters we see at our local theater, but what about the designs that never made it?
If it’s Star Wars and it appeals to my eye then your most likely going to see it posted here on Reggie’s Take. Check out some really nicely done Star Wars poster from different artists.
Hitman: Agent 47 is based on the Hitman video game series and its main character, a mysterious assassin known only as Agent 47.
Marvel on Thursday released new posters featuring Ant-Man with Marvel’s three biggest Avengers from the movies. Right move or bad move?
Jason Christman has a vintage style along with a minimalist look that can be seen in the majority of his work. Mr. Christman’s look is unapologetic and that’s fine by me.
The people from Mondo will make an announcement on how you can purchase one of the five posters from different Hanna-Barbera characters/television shows.
On Wednesday Zack Snyder released the first real look at the new Batmobile and by the looks of it, it does not disappoint.
Since Batman first appeared in 1939 the tragic orphan turned vigilante has starred in countless comics by talented people including Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Jerry Robinson, Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino, Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman.