I have added three posters from The Green Hornet to the gallery, with one of them being brand-new (released by Yahoo! Taiwan). Two pictures from the promotional photoshoot Cameron did for the movie have been added as well. Simply click on the preview above to see them all, as per usual. Enjoy!
Posted on: November 25th,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: Gallery Updates,The Green Hornet
Posted on: November 22nd,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: The Green Hornet,Video Updates
A new full-length trailer from the upcoming superhero-movie The Green Hornet – in theaters January, 2011 – has been released. It features a couple of new scenes with Cameron Diaz as Britt Reid’s secretary Lenore Case, so be sure to check it out below! The movie also stars Seth Rogen, Jay Chou and Christoph Waltz.
Posted on: November 19th,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: The Green Hornet
The other day, Collider.com posted a few new photos from The Green Hornet, taken at Sony Pictures. They featured posters of the four main characters in the movie; Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz and Christoph Waltz. Seen above is Cameron’s poster where she’s dubbed “The Beauty” (no complains there). To see the other ones, visit Collider.com.
The Green Hornet is set to be released in 3D on January 14, next year.
Posted on: June 22nd,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: Gallery Updates,The Green Hornet
Posted on: June 22nd,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: The Green Hornet,Video Updates
As reported earlier, the first trailer from The Green Hornet debuted last night during Seth Rogen’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He talked about the movie – coming to theaters on January 14, 2011 – along with director Michel Gondry, writer Evan Goldberg and producer Neal Moritz. Click here to read the Q&A for more information about The Green Hornet.
Cameron Diaz stars as Britt Reid’s secretary Lenore Case in the movie, also starring Seth Rogen, Jay Chou and Christoph Waltz. Screen captures from Cameron’s short clips in the trailer is coming in a bit! Stay tuned.
Posted on: June 10th,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: The Green Hornet
IGN is reporting that the first trailer for The Green Hornet is going to debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Monday June 21. Seth Rogen, who plays the Green Hornet in the film, is going to be on Kimmel’s show that night and is also going to introduce the trailer.
The Green Hornet comes to theaters January 14th, 2011 and stars Christoph Waltz, Cameron Diaz, Seth Rogen, Edward Furlong, Edward James Olmos, Tom Wilkinson, Jay Chou, Sterling Cooper. The film is directed by Michel Gondry.
Posted on: April 23rd,2010 with Comments Off | Filed Under: The Green Hornet
According to Deadline.com, The Green Hornet is moving its release date from December 22nd to Martin Luther King Weekend, which is January 14, 2011, so it can be converted into 3D.
Sony is using the term “3D enhancements”. (Because no visual effects on the film have been done yet by Sony Imageworks, which is just getting into post-production on it. So the studio says it’s not a 3D conversion but an enhancement, and there’s already “great depth and scope” to the shots from director Michel Gondry, who has experience with 3D videos.) There have been rumors of problems with the comic book caper film, with some rival studios calling reporters to claim it’s unreleasable, but Sony Pictures Entertainment Vice-Chair and marketing/distribution kingpin Jeff Blake is denying. He says, if anything, Sony isn’t backing away from the film but, rather, “doubling down. We’re investing more in the film to have it 3D. We’ve seen part of the movie. We love it. We believe in it. Whoever is spreading these rumors has not seen it. We’re going to finish The Green Hornet in 3D and take 9 months to do it right.”
He says the reason that MLK weekend was chosen is because the studio released Paul Blart: Mall Cop to a big number and now that date is lucky for everyone. Further, he says Sony wanted to steer clear from all the 3D films coming in the Christmas season, including Tron, Yogi Bear, Harry Potter, and Fox, which may make 3D conversions of its Gullivers Travels and its Narnia 3. “It is purely a capacity issue. There simply are not enough digital screens up and running within the theater system to juggle that number of titles.”