Prometheus 2 is Happening (someday)

Prometheus 2 is Happening (someday)

Just a quick rumor report to dish out for all you Ridley Scott / Alien fans. Michael Fassbender recently told Collider that he wasn’t sure when Prometheus 2 would be released (or even when it production was scheduled), but he did say it is happening and has laid the claim he will be reprising his role of David. So there you...

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Friday One Sheets: So Many Expendables

The ever expanding roster of soldiers of fortune in Sylvester Stallone’s Expendables franchise gets a handsome black and white photo shoot, and a trailer just in case you are not photo gallery’d to death. If there is ever a case of character-posters getting out of hand, I present it below, tucked under the seat. But I will give it this, the black...

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November 22, 1963.

This is a follow on by Errol Morris’ to “The Umbrella Man” short film commissioned for the New York Times last year (we featured it here.) In part 2 “November 22, 1963″ Morris continues his conversation with Josiah “Tink” Thompson regarding all things JFK. 50...

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Trailer: Man of Steel

(Holy Shit! Want. This. Now.) The scope and tone of the Zack Snyder directed Superman feels earnest and emotional in all the right ways. This is the best execution of ‘pure epic’ that I’ve ever seen in a modern comic book superhero movie. Here is hoping that Man of Steel lives up to the incredible expectations engendered by this...

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Trailer: Linklater’s Before Midnight

Richard Linklater continues the romantic adventures and travails of Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke with Before Midnight. The third entry in the series find them a bonafide couple, with two little girls in Greece. And all the stresses of age, parenting, regrets, etc. challenge the notion of perpetual romance. I love the idea of these ‘delayed’ sequels...

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Teaser for Riddick 3

OK, I’ll confess: While I am rather indifferent to the been-there-done-that muddle that was David Twohy’s Pitch Black, the mega-budget rather delightful and thoroughly camp sequel is the guiltiest of pleasures. The Underverse, Colm Feore’s crazy-ridiculous armour, hell, the Flash Gordon level of production design, coupled with fully...

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International Trailer for STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS (Where People Glower at Each Other & Things Blow Up)

I should probably stop posting trailers for the sequel film to the rebooted Star Trek franchise, as the direction that the creators want to take these films is simply out of synch with what I know to be a Star Trek film. Apparently in this new tangent universe, there is no 5 year mission to explore new worlds. Why bother when you can set your tone in the vein...

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Trailer: A Good Day to Die Hard

As far as Shittiest Sequels of All-Time Go, one can definitely make an argument for putting Live Free and Die Hard on the shortlist. It’s not just bad… it’s abysmally bad. Still, one can’t blame Bruce Willis. He received $25 million to make it and for that kind of money, I’d not only make a bad movie, but I’d do some really...

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Trailer: Iron Man 3

It’s no secret that Iron Man isn’t the most popular movie franchise around these parts, large in part due to its following of such a safe formula and, as Andrew once complained, some exceptionally boring villains. I won’t argue against it. As for me though, it’s not secret that I’m a Robert Downey Jr. apologist and I’ll watch...

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New Bourne Legacy Trailer is compensating for a lack of Jason

I do not expect The Bourne Legacy to be like this, but the advertising really, really, really wants to to know that ‘the new Treadstone guy’ is far superior to the one from the previous three films; in fact he might actually be a superman of sorts, with the CIA scientists (Rachel Weisz) messin’ with his genes. Either way, I am completely sold...

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