WATCH: New Poster and Trailer for ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ with Teaser Poster for ‘The Founder’


lego_batman_movieWe have two new posters for you today for some upcoming ventures that could be on Oscar’s radar.

The first is the upcoming spin off to “The Lego Movie” for our Caped Crusader Batman.  “The LEGO Batman Movie” brings together the voice talents of Will Arnett (as Batman), Rosario Dawson (as Batgirl), Ralph Fiennes (as Alfred), Michael Pena (as Robin), Zach Galifinakis (as The Joker), and Mariah Carey (as Mayor Marion).

There’s also a new trailer for you to enjoy.  “The LEGO Batman Movie” opens February 10, 2017.

The next poster is for John Lee Hancock’s upcoming biopic of Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s titled “The Founder.”  Starring Academy Award nominees Michael Keaton and Laura Dern, this film, produced by the Weinstein Company, has Oscar-bait written all over it.  The teaser poster is just the first we’ll be hearing about this film all year long.

“The Founder” opens in theaters August 5, 2016.


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