This year’s Super Bowl was full of twists and surprises. Personally, I am not a football fan. As I sat reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire at the Super Bowl party (which I attended for the sole purpose of eating my weight in cheese and miniature sausages, which by the way there was nothing there but stale tortilla chips and hummus), my attention was completely immersed in my novel. Having just seen Wicked the musical three days ago for the first time, my interest in the witches and wizard of Oz was at maximum capacity, or so I thought.
If you were curious what that big Air Force One scene they keep teasing looks like, the Super Bowl spot for Iron Man 3 has a pretty good chunk of it. There's not much more to say about this one, other than it looks pretty cool. Also, explosions. Iron Man 3 hits on May 3, check out the spot along with a longer version (with a special... extended look) below.
I really don't think a one-minute Super Bowl commercial is the best way to reveal your movie, but to each his own I guess. Otherwise though, I've got to say I'm pretty impressed. The stunts look bigger, the car chases crazier, and the Rock is back (I hope he fights Vin Diesel again). Check out our first look at Six Fast Six Furious below.
Stephen Chow, director of the awesome Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle movies, has just released a full length trailer for his upcoming film, Journey To The West, also known as A Chinese Odyssey. The film is actually a remake of Chow’s 1995 Journey To The West, but it's unclear if Chow will make an appearance in the new version. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Silly me, I thought Magic Mike had already explored the comings and goings of Florida’s esteemed nightlife professionals! Well color me wrong, because the recently released trailer for Spring Breakers makes Channing and his friends look like trust fund kids summering on The Cape.
I hadn't heard a thing about Olympus Has Fallen until the trailer dropped today, and given the title, I assumed it was probably an Oscar hopeful with a lot of talking. That, or perhaps another movie where Sam Worthington fights CG monsters. The trailer starts off fairly low-key, before quickly and manically escalating into a scene out the Modern Warfare series. That's not necessarily a bad thing, this coming from someone who plays the CoD series exclusively for the singleplayer campaign.
Remakes, most of the time the sound of that word sends me running for the hills in fear and there was no exception when I heard about the Evil Dead being remade. I was completely against it when I heard Ash was supposed to be a chick and they were going to update the setting. Then something amazing happened. Trailers started coming out and news that Ash wasn’t going to be in it circulated.
Director Quentin Dupieux is probably best known for his sentient-killer-rubber-tire-thriller, Rubber. Which is important to bear in mind before watching the trailer for his upcoming episodic comedy(?) Wrong Cops. There's very few words that could prepare you for what you're about to watch.
Crime stories will always fascinate the public. They're the ultimate guilty pleasure. Hitmen, serial killers, robbers and corrupt politicians are the type of people we are supposed to hate, and yet we find ourselves captivated by their actions.
The first Red didn't surpass expectations, but it was a pretty fun excuse to see Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren blow stuff up. Apparently that's enough for a sequel (I'm not complaining), and the trio are back alongside Mary-Louise Parker, as well as appearances by Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, David Thewlis, and Byung-hun Lee. If nothing else, an already impressive cast just got... impressiver.