Earlier this week, the movie poster for the upcoming horror film Shark Night 3D swam onto the Internet, and yesterday Relativity Media unleashed the movie trailer, which is… not as campy as the title suggests. That doesn’t mean it looks good, however.
There’s a new romantic comedy coming soon that you shouldn’t definitely add to your calendars. It’s calledGreen with Envy, and looks to be one of the most original romantic comedies ever made. Let’s just say that there’s a special… surprise that will catch you off guard.
Would you be considered suicidal if you don’t want to kill yourself but are going to jump off a building nonetheless? In the upcoming thriller The Ledge, a young man named Gavin (Charlie Hunnam) has an affair with a beautiful woman (Liv Tyler) – but love can be killer. When her fundamentalist husband (Patrick Wilson) discovers them, he forces Gavin to make a choice: sacrifice his own life, or that of the woman he loves.
From the writers of the blockbuster hit Taken comes another revenge flick – Colombiana- this one starring the much-better-looking Zoe Saldana (Star Trek). In the movie, Saldana stars as a pissed off young woman who, after witnessing her parents’ death as a child has grown up to be a stone-cold assassin.
The trailer for the stylish new swords-and-sandals epic Immortalsis now online, and it looks… interesting. From director Tarsem Singh (The Cell) and written by Charles Parlapanides and Vlas Parlapanide, the movie is a hyper-stylized R-rated action film with bold speeches, beautiful women, angry men, angrier Gods and a whole lot of violence.
The first time I watched the trailer, I wasn’t blown away, but having watched it a second time… I’m looking forward to this movie. The action looks pretty cool, and the money shot with the four arrows at the end of the trailer is pretty bad ass.
It also provides an opportunity to see the new Superman Henry Cavill in action. He stars alongside Stephen Dorff, Isabel Lucas, Freida Pinto, Luka Evans, Kellan Lutz, with John Hurt and Mickey Rourke.
Immortals looks like it falls between 300 and Clash of the Titans, which isn’t necessarily a good thing. Both of those films were huge hits, but audiences will likely perceive it as a 300-wannabe. Furthermore, with the bad taste of Titans - which has much more brand recognition – it will also look like a movie attempting to capitalize on that film’s success.
Those perceptions are hard to shrug off. Relativity Media is going to have it’s hands full convincing audiences otherwise, but the trailer – with its slick visuals and powerful score – goes a long way. What do you think?
Only a few more months. I keep telling myself that. Only a few more months. Two and a half months to be precise. God, it’s so long.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II debuts in theaters on July 15, 2011, and Warner Brothers just released the new trailer for the finale to the epic franchise. It is… decent. And by decent, I mean kick-ass. Every indication (seven quality movies, an awesome book, etc.) suggests the movie is going to be amazing.
The first trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger is now online. For the first time, we get to see a teeny tiny, scrawny, pathetic version of Chris Evans – and lots of shooting and explosions. The trailer doesn’t blow me away, but it’s more or less solid.
The first trailer for Apollo 18 is now online, depicting NASA’s secret mission to the moon that led to the discovery of extraterrestrial life. And not friendly extraterrestrials, either. The movie is shot documentary style and is supposed to be “long lost footage” (a la Cloverfield and Quarantine), which to me means that all of the characters will die by the end of the movie.
Relativity Media has released a new red band trailer for the upcoming comedy Take Me Home Tonight, which means the trailer features a brief shot of a woman’s boobs and a couple swear words. Still, it’s worth watching as the film has a great cast – Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler and Teresa Palmer – and looks pretty funny.
IGN has posted the red band trailer for the upcoming Jason Statham movieThe Mechanic, which hits theaters on January 28, 2011. Watch it now!
In the movie, Statham plays an elite assassin with a strict code and unique talent for cleanly eliminating targets. It’s a job that requires professional perfection and total detachment, and Bishop is the best in the business. But when his mentor and close friend Harry (Donald Sutherland) is murdered, Bishop is anything but detached. His next assignment is self-imposed – he wants those responsible dead.
The trailer for Ben Affleck’s newest project, The Town, premiered this week setting the blogosphere aflutter with speculation that the film may bolster the thesp’s floundering career. The Town, set to bow in September, could be the shot in the arm that Affleck needs after years of films that are best enjoyed mid-sleep on an airplane. It’s a strange way to talk about an actor who exploded onto the scene with an Oscar winning script (Gus Van Sant’s Good Will Hunting) and cult classics like Dazed and Confused, Mallrats, and Dogma.
Suicide Girls Must Die!, the world’s first reality horror movie (according to the tag line on the DVD cover, though I tend to believe it), is coming to DVD on June 29! We’re giving away three DVD copies of the unique movie, and also have posted an exclusive video clip from the film.
When twelve nude models from the infamous SuicideGirls.com begin disappearing from a remote cabin, the calendar video they are shooting becomes the first reality horror movie. Suicide Girls Must Die! is a blend of black humor and unnerving horror – with no actors and no script – it’s all true. Except for the killings of course, but the girls don’t know that! It is a scantily clad hellride that will leave you in stitches.