A few short months ago we shared the Official Trailer for “The Call Of The Wild”, a 20th Century Studios production that opens today in theaters near you. Click the highlighted text to see that post and then please enjoy the theatrical poster, premise and casting.
A domesticated St. Bernard/Scotch Collie dog named Buck is stolen from his Santa Clara, California home and sold to freight haulers in Yukon. Crossing paths with a man named John Thornton, the two embark on an adventure where Buck finds his true place in the world. Continue reading Now In Theaters: “The Call Of The Wild” (2/21/2020)→
Back in November, the world got a brand-new Official Trailer for the Paramount PIctures release “Sonic The Hedgehog” and since that time a number of TV Spots have been revealed as well. Just click the highlighted text in the event that you’d like to see any of that stuff. The all-ages adventure film opens today in theaters everywhere so let’s take a look at the official poster, premise and casting one more time.
The Plot: Sonic, a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog from an alternate dimension, comes to Earth to escape malevolent forces that seek to harness his power of super-speed. After accidentally causing a massive power outage while hiding out in the town of Green Hills, Montana, Sonic is targeted by the government who then hire the tyrannical roboticist Dr. Robotnik to hunt him down. Meanwhile, Green Hills sheriff Tom Wachowski meets Sonic and decides to help him evade capture, collect his rings, and stop Robotnik from using Sonic’s powers for world domination. Continue reading Now In Theaters: “Sonic The Hedgehog” (2/14/2020)→
Having touched upon the film “Cats” already a few times here on “The Chronicles”, I’m going to suggest the interested readers click HERE to see what’s come before in terms of trailer reveals and other special features. The ensemble cast is so loaded with big names, that I felt keeping up with this one was a good idea. The film opens today in theaters everywhere and you can review the premise, casting and official Theatrical Poster down below.
It almost feels like forever ago when I posted the FINAL TRAILER for “Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker” and while it was only in October, we’ve surely had a bevy of content related to the film to share with you all. Since then there have been Featurettes, TV Spots and Promotional Posters that you can examine at your leisure by clicking HERE (I’ve directed you to my PiercingMetal.com site for all of that since I posted more about the film on that page). Now its time for the moment that you have all been waiting for since “Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker” opens today in theaters everywhere. As you know this was a journey that began some forty plus years ago in 1977 with “Star Wars: A New Hope” (before it even had a Roman numeral and chapter name). Today that film opens in theaters everywhere and I’d say to check your listings but you will likely be able to find a showing at every turn especially if you live in a big metropolis like we do. Below you’ll find the Official Theatrical Poster, premise and casting. Let’s review.
Today is the day that the Sony Pictures feature “Jumanji: The Next Level” opens in theaters everywhere. We’ve touched upon the film a few times already and if you’d like to see those items just click HERE to open a new tab in your browser. If this film is on your itinerary for the weekend, be sure to take a look at the Official Theatrical Poster, premise and casting once more.
The Premise: Unknown to his friends, Spencer kept the pieces of the Jumanji video game, and one day worked to repair the system in the basement of his grandfather’s house. When Spencer’s friends, Bethany, Fridge, and Martha arrive, they find Spencer missing and the game running, and decide to re-enter Jumanji to save him. Spencer’s grandfather, Eddie, and his friend, Milo Walker, hear the commotion, and inadvertently get sucked into the game too. The teenaged friends must help Eddie and Milo get used to their in-game avatars and get them to help find Spencer and escape Jumanji once again. Continue reading Now In Theaters: “Jumanji: The Next Level” (12/13/2019)→