Universal Pictures has released a brand new trailer for their upcoming Fast & Furious spinoff, Hobbs & Shaw starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.
Idris Elba makes his directorial debut with Yardie, a new crime thriller that has been doing the rounds at film festivals across the world. The film is poised to hit theaters later this year and now Studio Canal UK has released the first trailer to give us a taste of what to expect from the new film.
It has taken decades, but with the success of epics like Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones, Stephan King’s own saga will finally, after several false starts, find its place on the silver screen.
Book to movie adaptations are no new thing, especially not to a veteran like King, who has seen nearly 100 screen adaptations of his work. Complaints about changes to those stories is likewise par for the course, and The Dark Tower will be no different. One proposed change however, might give fans real reason to be bothered. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, King mentioned said change to the story structure;
Walt Disney Pictures has released a new TV spot showing off the photo-realistic elements of Jon Favreau’s live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic adventure tale The Jungle Book, as well as a series of images featuring the film’s cast posing next to their CGI counterparts.
The minute-long spot also brings out the immensely realistic recreation of the jungle and it’s residents, showing us effects of the state-of-the-art technology used for the movie. It certainly delivers on spectacle and is a return for Favreau to tent-pole films since his departure into mid-budget filmmaking with Chef. Take a look at the new TV spot for yourself:
BBC is no stranger to quality television and crime solving dramas. Apparently they are no stranger to creative editing either.
With both Sherlock and Luther set for limited return in the coming weeks, and The Fall coming back sometime in 2016, the BBC put out a new promo featuring their three most popular detectives. Check it out below.