Enjoy the trailer from Martin McDonagh's follow-up to In Bruges, starring Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken and Woody Harrelson.
In the most non-heinous news of the week, Bill and Ted 3 is slowly but surely moving towards production as it was announced that the film has now found a director and Keanu Reeves has been talking about the plot.
Despite the recent news that Jim Carrey had pulled out of the long in gestation sequel to hit Farrelly Brothers comedy Dumb & Dumber, it seems that there is hope for the film after all. Carrey’s co-star Jeff Daniels told Crave Online that there are still plans for the film to go ahead.
Courtesy of the wonderful folk over at Den Of Geek, we have a super stylish new poster for upcoming Brit horror Cockneys vs Zombies. It features enough rhyming slang to put a grin all over your boat race.
It’s possible that we have a contender for Craziest Trailer Of All-Time courtesy of new R-rated, clumsily titled comedy 3,2,1… Frankie Go Boom.
And yes, that is Ron Perlman in drag…
As the highly anticipated sequel to superhero smash Kick-Ass prepares to shoot, this Autumn, several casting moves have been announced. Donald Faison is set to play a new hero known as Dr Gravity and Yancy Butler will reprise her role as the mother of Chris D’Amico/Red Mist.
Five months away from its 2013 release, Paramount can’t decide in what direction to take Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. The studio has been using two different R-rated versions for recent test screenings with one so heavily edited that it was mistakenly believed to be a PG-13 cut.
Sacha Baron Cohen, star of Borat and Bruno, as well as this year’s disappointing satire The Dictator has delivered a pitch to Paramount for a film that spoofs the James Bond franchise.
After the success of 2007's Knocked Up, Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen's partnership showed no signs of slowing down. However, This Is 40 follows Knocked Up's supporting players, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann - aka Pete and Debbie - the bickering husband and wife duo.
You could say that Josh Radnor is doing a Zach Braff, having been the lead in a very successful American TV show for the best part of a decade and writing and directing a(nother) film that is something of a Sundance darling.