Empire have premiered a new poster and international trailer for Sundance hit Martha Marcy May Marlene, and this really does need to be seen.
How much plot is too much for a movie trailer? The Double answers this rather definitively by spoiling the movie's major plot twist halfway through.
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Want to see whose faces will be on the big screen over the next few months? Well, look no further. A series of new snaps has been released this week for a number of upcoming big Autumn films, including:
When the director wish list for Die Hard 5 surfaced, which included the likes of Nicolas Winding Refn, Joe Cornish and Justin Lin, I suggested that the least interesting option would be the one to get the job. Lo & behold, I was right: Max Payne director John Moore is in negotiations to direct the next chapter in the life & times of John McClane.
Last year's indie darling Monsters thrust director Gareth Edwards into the spotlight – and secured him the Godzilla gig - showing that amazing CGI need not be the sole preserve of the summer blockbuster, but can be used to great affect in a subtler form of story telling.
Following on from that, this year we have Troll Hunter, most easily described as a fairy-tale version of Monsters told in the now familiar Blair Witch style – lots of dark running through woods and screaming. However, that such a glib summary would be to do the film a disservice – as it in fact offers a fresh spin on a familiar monster-movie motif, all set in sumptuous Scandinavian surroundings.
Ever wondered how X Men’s Mystique looked so good without any CGI?
With the release of X-Men: First Class on DVD and Blu-ray next week (September 9th), Fox have released a behind-the-scenes featurette to show the seven-hour process that Jennifer Lawrence had to go through to look the right shade of blue on-screen.You can watch the transformation here.
The first trailer for Faces In The Crowd has hit the internet and you can check it out here. The film concerns a woman who survives a serial killer's attack. When she awakes from a coma she finds she has a neurological disorder known as "face-blindness" - her ability to recognise faces becomes impaired.
Dogtooth was one of the great oddities of last year, feeling like what would happen if Michael Haneke met George Orwell, a pitch black satire on power and corruption within society with a sadistic streak a mile wide.
Giorgos Lanthimo's follow-up, titled Alps, sounds like an equally strange and uncomfortably hilarious experience. According to Indiewire the plot "concerns a nurse, a paramedic, a gymnast and a coach who have formed a service for hire: They stand in for dead people by appointment at the behest of relatives, friends or colleagues of the deceased. Everyone operates under a disciplined regime demanded by their leader the paramedic, except for the nurse who threatens his rule."