28 décembre 2015
For a long time I wondered if I was going to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I hesitated until the last moment. I was waiting for the first reviews to take a decision. Will go? Won’t go? I dreaded the too enthusiastic first reactions that were drowning the Internet. I still had the bad taste in my mouth from the prequels reviews, which were quite hyperbolic when they had been released (“Attack of the Clones is THE Star Wars you were hoping for!”, “Revenge of the Sith is at last a return to the true Star Wars!”, yeah, riiiight…). I... [Lire la suite]
23 décembre 2015
THIS is what we should have seen as soon as John Carter's promotion began in 2011! George Lucas was in part inspired by Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom stories, by his own admittance, and in the wake of Star Wars: The Force Awakens' phenomenal success, a wonderful article on StarWars.com acknowledges the links between the two sagas. Some will see in this a Disney attempt to sell more John Carter DVDs and BLU-RAYs, and why the hell not? The movie deserves it aplenty. ... [Lire la suite]
10 décembre 2015
Warner Bros doesn't let go of the pressure. After the photos and the poster, here is the first teaser for The Legend of Tarzan! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aj7ty6sViiU What can we learn from it? - We see Tarzan in his cot, discovered by Kala the Mangani, his future adoptive mother. She seems to have a child on her back, unlike the novels. Maybe is the toaddler Akut. Akut is an ape ally of Tarzan in the third novels, The Beasts of Tarzan. Maybe he will be in the movie an adoptive brother, and maybe it's him that is... [Lire la suite]
09 décembre 2015
An official poster wasn't late in appearing after the first pictures. After months of dead silence, Warner is on fire! I really like the poster a lot, it features Tarzan and probably one of the Manganis who raised him in the jungle. The man/beast themes seem to be prominently used in the movie, and that's a good thing! The marketing so far is top-notch.
09 décembre 2015
Are below are the first two official pictures released by Warner Bros regarding The Legend of Tarzan. Very moody, very serious, very beautiful. For now it's the romantic angle that is pushed in the forefront, with this picture of Jane turning her back from a wounded Tarzan. Why not. While waiting for the meaty stuff, namely a first trailer, which had been rated PG, which will have a duration of 1:57, and which should appear in one to three weeks.