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A while back, we put up a review of the French-Canadian film Starbuck, which received a very positive review. At the time, DreamWorks was rumored to be working on an American remake of the film to star Vince Vaughn. This week, a teaser trailer has been released for the film, now titled The Delivery Man.
There's a short, new Man of Steel trailer out, and after watching it, one thing's for sure: General Zod really wants Superman for... some reason. Also, there's some heat vision and punching, which are always nice. Check out the preview below, Man of Steel lands in theaters on June 14.
After waiting for so what seems like forever, well at least to me, a new official trailer for The Wolverine has been released. The film is based on the celebrated comic book arc that takes Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) to modern day Japan. He is out in an unknown world and faces a nemesis in a battle of life-or-death that will leave him changed forever.
Is it just me or has there been a sudden surplus of promising new sci-fi trailers? The latest to make the rounds is Europa Report, an indie flick about a present-day space voyage to one of Jupiter's moons. The trailer is a gritty found-footage treat — a presumably "hard science fiction" take on space travel. In other words, this ain't Star Trek Into Darkness, boys and girls. This is real (sort of).
First we had Pitch Black (2000), then Chronicles of Riddick (2004), and Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (a 2004 animated movie I never intend to watch). Now Universal is giving us a new addition to the series. Yes, Richard B. Riddick (Diesel) is back as the anti-hero in a film simply titled Riddick. It’s been 13 years since the first film, 9 since the last, and doing the math, that makes me feel a lot older than I actually am.
Guillermo del Toro premiered a trailer for Pacific Rim at the LA Times Hero Complex Film Festival, and the fantastic new preview has finally made its way online. For most films, I'd be pretty sick of seeing new trailers by now (what is this, the fourth one?). But for a film like Pacific Rim, it's going to be an uphill battle convincing audiences to go out and see it, so I really don't mind at all. It helps that all of the trailers so far have been pretty spectacular, and this one in particular has so much backstory and action, you're going to want to watch it twice.
Even with 2012 behind us, the apocalypse theme is still swarming the movie scene. We've seen zombies. We've seen natural disasters. We've seen aliens. What we haven't seen on the big screen is the Rapture. Lucky for us, Lionsgate Studios is daring enough to deliver us just that with Rapture-Palooza.
The upcoming feature from rom-com master Richard Curtis promises a love story wrapped with a quirky time travel ribbon. Don't get me wrong — the trailer is adorable. If you like awkward British boys and the pretty girls who passively bat their eyes back at them, this movie's for you. However, if you're a sci-fi fan, this movie may induce you to write a rambling essay about everything's that wrong with Hollywood's version of timey-wimey goodness and things that go bump-bump in the night.
Hollywood has always had a tricky relationship with science fiction, but Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity just might be the stark, chilling tale we need to get our beloved genre back on track. The premise is deceptively simple — two astronauts are stranded in space — but the trailer is both gorgeous and frightening, a loving sci-fi homage to some of humanity's greatest fears: abandonment, death, and the unknown.
Need a break from superheroes and (poorly executed) dystopias? Sink into the atmospheric awesomeness of Inside Llewyn Davis, the upcoming feature from the Coen Bros. The red-band trailer features plenty of reasons to fall in love: folk music, soul searching, John Goodman being John Goodman, and Carey Mulligan talking about double condoms and electric tape.