What is Movie News After Dark? Every night, it brings to you a collection of movie and pop culture news that will thrill you, chill you and if you’re not careful, spill you all over the floor. Tonight it takes on a new look — instead of the usual news-news-news-poster-news-news-news-video format, it’s almost all movie posters
We begin this evening with a shot of Wonder Woman giving herself a breast exam. Earlier this week, someone told me that my nightly meanderings through the world of pop culture news needed to be sexier. What could be sexier than the fight against breast cancer? Nobody’s immune, people.
In a recent interview with The Playlist, David Cross called Chip-Wrecked “literally, without question, the most unpleasant experience I’ve ever had in my professional life.” So there’s that.
Over at Ranker.com, a list has been assembled of the most egregious 2012 Golden Globes snubs. This list includes music from The Muppets, Bryan Cranston, Parks and Rec‘s Nick Offerman and a painful list of others who went largely ignored by the HFPA. You know what, screw the HFPA.
In honor of smart-alicky behavior, Cinema Blend has put together a list of the Smartest Guys in the Room: 6 of Our Favorite Cinematic Smart Asses. How do you like them apples?
You guys! Demi Moore isn’t changing her Twitter handle, @mrskutcher, after becoming estranged with husband Ashton Kutcher. (This is the most incredibly useful piece of news I could find on the LA Times website today. Good job, Tinsletown’s finest.)
Today saw a great number of new posters hitting the web, the best of which I will show you in this next segment, which I like to call The Super Fast Super Dirty Sometimes Daily Movie Poster Rundown.
First, there was a new pair of posters for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter:
There’s another for Bryan Singer’s Jack the Giant Killer:
And two Avengers banners:
And a puzzle of the day eventually revealed a full poster for The Hunger Games:
And now, we close your evening with a stop-motion animation rendition of the opening scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark, which I’m told includes the same process used for the original film’s effects (No one actually told me that, I’m guessing):