Things have been quiet at the Pacific Rim of late, after the rousing teaser trailer and some less rousing images, things have died down surrounding Guillermo del Toro's robots v monsters epic.
I love Kick-Ass.It was a lively, lightly subversive slice of extreme superhero action, It was also an incredibly well made action movie; each action scene was handled with focus and hard-driving energy. Matthew Vaughn made what often felt like a punk rock superhero movie.
The continuing magic of Twitter. This time Rocky himself has been tweeting about The Expendables 3.
So much of the Star Trek Into Darkness marketing has gravitated around the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's villain, I wondered just how much the average (read: non-geek) viewer really cared about this. Before J.J. Abrams rejuvenated the Trek franchise, I suspect a large number of viewers had not sat through a full Trek movie, let alone seen Wrath of Khan, to properly invest in this mystery.
This latest Trek teaser seems to address this matter, providing the first piece of marketing to present a different kind of focus, this time on the heroes. The characters that made the first Trek reboot such a success are front and centre this time, offering us a look at the mayhem they will be getting up to in the sequel.
Like you, my favourite character in the Transformers trilogy was Josh Duhamel's Mr. Military Guy, but I always felt we could do with more.
The official logo for 300: Rise of an Empire has been unveiled on the film's Facebook page.
Wow. What I can say? Take a look at the picture (don't stare it's rude!) then we'll talk.
Would the extended directors cut of A Good Day To Die Hard, be Moore of a good thing? (That pun is the only reason I'm writing this)
Director Eduardo Rodriguez clearly has aspirations to rival his namesake Robert Rodriguez's Desperado (1995) and the stylised, punctuated editing of Quentin Tarantino. However, Jonathan W. Stokes' script does little more than play to tried and shredded Mexican stereotypes.