New official movie website updates for 2 highly anticipated films hit the web today!
Movie Picture Your first look is at Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, starring Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Casey Affleck, Bai Ling, and Giovanni Ribisi. The site features your first look at Bai Ling in the film in the the form of a brand new desktop download.
CLICK HERE to access the film's official site!
In Sky Captain, famous scientists around the world have mysteriously disappeared and Chronicle reporter Polly Perkins (Paltrow) along with ace aviator Sky Captain (Law) are on the investigation. Risking their lives as they travel to exotic places around world, can the fearless duo stop Dr. Totenkopf, the evil mastermind behind a plot to destroy the earth? Aided by Franky Cook (Jolie), commander of an all-female amphibious squadron, and technical genius Dex (Ribisi), Polly and Sky Captain may be our planet’s only hope.
Movie Picture The second site update of the day comes from the official website for the upcoming Will Smith starrer, I, Robot! The official site has unleashed with all new photos, interactive elements, and more!
CLICK HERE to access the official website!
Based on the classic story collection by famed science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, "I, Robot" will concentrate on Detective Del Spooner, who, with the aid of psychologist, Dr. Susan Calvin, will investigate the death of Dr. Miles Hogenmiller, a brilliant scientist who worked at US Robotics. Initially labeled a suicide, Spooner has other ideas, convinced that a robot may have taken the doctor?s life. Isolated and eccentric, Dr. Hogenmiller appears as a hologram of himself, summoning Spooner to his side after his death. He was working on a very special project when his life was cut short. He had created something quite extraordinary ? a robot with a living brain, code named ?Sonny.? Spooner goes to Hogenmiller?s boss, Dr. Lance Robertson, with his suspicions. Incensed that Spooner wants to charge one of his robots with murder, Dr. Robertson maintains Dr. Hogenmiller took his own life. Terribly weary, Robertson knows full well that the future of his company would be snuffed out should the press get wind of the idea that a robot would, under any circumstances, kill a human being.