The good folks over at 20th Century Fox just released a new poster for Eragon, an adaptation of the popular novel due to hit theaters this December 15. Essentially the first part in the Inheritance Trilogy, pic tells the story of Eragon, a young man, swept into a world of magic and power, who discovers it's his destiny to ride a dragon and help save the Empire ... or destroy it. I haven't read the book, but folks tell me it rocks and the kids love it. Will Fox discover some of their own Lord of the Rings box office magic here? I don't know about you, but I'm pretty stoked about it.
I'm not sure there are many people who can capture the awkward side of adolescence as well as Paul Feig. Those of you who are giant fans of Feig's canceled (biggest mistake ever!) TV show, Freaks and Geeks, should definitely read his book, Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence. Personally, it's one of my favorites. (Then again, my childhood was filled with awkward, embarrassing moments, so yeah -- I can relate.) Anyway, after doing a bit of directing for shows like Arrested Development and The Office, Feig's big-screen directorial debut, Unaccompanied Minors, is set to crash into theaters this December. Pic, which revolves around a group of kids snowed in at an airport, now has its first poster up online for all to see. And yes, I will be there opening night. You?