Given the deluge of Dark Knight Rises media coming out in the build-up to release, it seems wise to contain it in one convenient place, lest it spill out and drown the entire front page. So, let's put a smile on that face of yours.
Yes, I know that's from another movie.
RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan is a prolific musician, music producer, author, and part-time actor . Now he can add screenwriter and director to his renaissance man-like list of interests, with his debut feature The Man with the Iron Fists.
It's a good day for growly action heroes as Vin Diesel has taken to Facebook to share an image from the upcoming Riddick. The image doesn't reveal anything exceptional, but it's nice to see new images being released and the hype machine kicking into gear.
Yesterday Looper director Rian Johnson took to twitter to warn people to avoid any future Looper trailers to keep themselves fresh.
“If you're already set on looper, I'd avoid any trailers from here on out. They don't ruin the movie, but they tip a few things.” he warned.
Well, let's ignore that. Hot on the heels of yesterdays international trailer, a fancy new US one has travelled through time to arrive at this precise moment on your browser.
The first image of Tom Cruise as Lee Child’s Jack Reacher has been published by Empire. The Cruiser, all five-foot-nothing and a hundred and sixty pounds soaking wet, is banking that we will mistake him for the six-foot-five ex-soldier, itinerant problem-solver and uber-badass Reacher. I’m very far from convinced that he is going to be able to pull it off.
A word of warning: don't go and see Friends With Kids with the expectation of seeing this year’s Bridesmaids. I know, I know: it stars Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolf, John Hamm and Chris O’Dowd, the trailer made you chuckle and it’s written by the actress in the lead role (Jennifer Westfeldt). It all sounds so familiar. But, believe me, Bridesmaids it is not.
After weeks of debate, rumour-mongering and confusion; Latino Review have confirmed that the Guardians of the Galaxy looks set to be announced as Marvel's second 2014 release at this year's San Diego Comic Con.
13 years ago, Eduardo Sánchez brought The Blair Witch Project to screens worldwide and created a new genre of film that is still limping on in 2012. His latest, Lovely Molly, carries elements of his debut, but will be as easily forgotten as every other film he has produced since. Lovely Molly’s concept of a woman battling her demons, literally and figuratively is a promising one, but in the hands of Sánchez and co-writer Jamie Nash, it’s nothing but an ugly mess.
The first trailer and poster have been released for upcoming police thriller Alex Cross and, despite the slightly dodgy tagline, it's looking suitably intense.