Russell Crowe’s upcoming film Noah, based on the biblical story of the prophet who built an ark to protect his family from an apocalyptic flood, is causing controversy worldwide. The Paramount produced film is already banned in several Islamic countries, including Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Other countries such as Egypt, Jordan and Kuwait are expected to follow suit. Will you watch it?
Horror movies have gone through something of a renaissance lately, with movies like “The Conjuring” and “Sinister” scaring up big box office numbers. “Deliver Us From Evil” hopes to be part of that trend when it comes out this summer. The first trailer nicely builds up tension and suspense until one final, jump-out-of-your-seat moment at the end. Will you watch it?
Nine years after the surprise noir hit Sin City premiered, we get our first glimpse of the sequel, Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. The violent black-and-white film based on the graphic novel will feature a huge cast that includes Josh Brolin, Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Eva Green. The film is set to hit theaters on August 22. Will you watch it?
“They call him the Winter Soldier,” says Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) in the new “Captain America” sequel trailer. And he’s a bad man. Marvel released a new promo for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” Tuesday night. The movie, which was filmed in Cleveland, hits theaters on April 4. Will you watch it?
The Afflicted trailer might be one of the best Hollywood has released in a long time. Unlike traditional trailers, which are presented linearly, this one starts at the beginning, jumps to the end and works backward, showing how two friends’ trip around the world goes horribly, horribly wrong. Will you watch it?
Gravity is a major contender at the Academy Awards this year, carrying a muscular 10 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, for a sci-fi epic that really raised the bar. VFX company Framestore’s special effects work already promises to change sci-fi film making for years to come. Framestore put together a collection of scenes that really show off the film’s look and how difficult it was to make Sandra Bullock’s adventure throughout look so real.
The new film is called ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: Super-Sized R-Rated Version’. Director and writer Adam McKay improvises heavily while making the film, and found he could swap out practically every joke in the film for an alternative. Around 95 per cent of the original jokes have been replaced with alternate versions that had been left on the cutting room floor for the first version.
Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” released a new 20-second trailer this morning. In the short clip we get a glimpse at Chris Pratt’s character Peter Quill, Djimon Hounsou as Korath, Zoe Saldana as Gamora and Vin Diesel’s character Groot. “Guardians of the Galaxy,” which premieres on August 1, follows the American pilot Peter Quill as he forms an uneasy truce with a group of misfits. This will be the 10th installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Universal Pictures has released the first trailer, poster, and images for writer/director James DeMonaco‘s horror sequel The Purge: Anarchy. The follow-up continues the plot device from the first film in which all crimes are legal on one day of the year, during the annual “Purge”, which preserves peace and prosperity for the other 364 days of the year. The sequel looks solid since instead of another home invasion, it appears we’ll be going beyond the confines of a shelter and watching characters struggle to survive the night.
The new trailer for ‘Brick Mansions’ offers a first look at the last film Paul Walker completed before his death this past November. ‘Brock mansions’ is a remake of the French thriller, ‘District B13,’ which follows a cop bringing down a crime lord who has taken the city hostage with a neutron bomb, but he is going to need the help of an ex-con to save the day.
A fan-made trailer for an updated variant of the 1979 classic The Warriors, set in LA in 1992. Shot by Ram Bhat, the clip perfectly captures the neon-tinged style of the era, while at the same time paying homage to Walter Hill’s original. I have an undying need for this. Can you dig it?