The first trailer for Jeff Nichols’ long-delayed new film Midnight Special finally hit the web late in 2015. The director’s track record coupled with the ensemble cast is already giving this new sci-fi case film some steam.
Jeff Nichols is one of the most exciting filmmakers working today. His two previous films, Take Shelter and Mud, are a couple of the best films of the past five years. Seriously, check them out if you haven’t already. He’s finally tackling his first big studio budgeted film, and it’s already looking to play to his strengths.
Check out the trailer to Midnight Special for yourself:
Continue reading Midnight Special Trailer: Jeff Nichols’ New Sci-Fi Chase Film
The long-troubled film Jane Got A Gun looks to finally hit theaters and the first trailer just dropped today. Check out Natalie Portman and Joel Edgerton in full-on, Western revenge mode.
Continue reading Natalie Portman’s Long-Delayed Western Jane Got A Gun Gets First Trailer
With the announcement from CCI about Marvel’s Phase 2 of movies, the Thor sequel was kind of left in the dust behind some of the more enticing movies Marvel was planning. Captain America dropped the Winter Soldier bomb, along with the announcements of Ant Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy, so it’s pretty easy for Thor to get left behind.
But out of all the announcements, Thor: The Dark World is still left with the most mystery. We know which characters are coming back (pretty much all of them), and we know a villain will be Malekith the Accursed, played by Christopher Eccleston. What we don’t know is what the title references, general story ideas, or anything else really. Sure there is a lot of speculation out there, but the only concrete thing we know right now is that they are currently filming in Bourne Wood, England and have started constructing some sets.
Continue reading ‘Thor: The Dark World’ Set Photos & Rumor Report
The Great Gatsby trailer gives us insight to Baz Luhrmann’s interpretation and display of one of the most anticipated films of the year (falling second and third only to the Dark Knight Rises and Django Unchained of course). [Ed. Note – PROMETHEUSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]
Continue reading Official Trailer: Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Great Gatsby’
Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.’s The Thing, which is a prequel to John Carpenter’s 1982 classic by the same name, is based on the short story ‘Who Goes There?“. That is the same story for which 1951’s The Thing from Another World is based. So you could say it’s a remake of the 1951 film, but the 50s crew changed so much it’s hardly connected anymore. Got all that? Alright, now that the lineage is determined, let’s move on the film itself.
The movie starts off with a group of Norwegians in Antarctica investigating what appears to be a distress signal when they fall through the ice to discover a massive spaceship.
Continue reading #19 – Countdown to Halloween: THE THING (2011)