The Jurassic World full trailer hits this Thursday during NBC’s Thanksgiving football, but Universal Pictures has debuted a brief teaser for the trailer, showing the first footage from the upcoming dinosaur theme-park sequel.
Well…it’s certainly a teaser, but a fantastic one at that, giving us the first bit of visuals from the park
Well it’s obvious that Disney has bigger plans for the release of the much-anticipated teaser and if true, it will be able to give the Jurassic World a run for their money.
Nicole Kidman hasn’t played desperate lead since 2010’s Rabbit Hole, and it’s been too long since I have seen Hugo Weaving play a role like this. Strangerland, the feature directorial debut of Aussie filmmaker Kim Farrant (Naked on the Inside), brings together two Hollywood actors of Australian origin along with Joseph Fiennes and the first trailer for the film holds some promise.
Dallas Buyers Club director Jean-Marc Vallee would pull the best from Amy Adams in the long-gestating Janis Joplin biopic as he helped take both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto to their Oscars.
I can’t really picture the super-attractive Adams as the average-looking Joplin. Would be awesome if I could only imagine her with Joplin’s voice,
It appears that the young up-and-comer Brenton Thwaites has nabbed a key role in Disney’s next installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.
The Giver star will join the returning Johnny Depp, who is reprising his role as the loopy Captain Jack Sparrow, in the coveted new role of Henry, a British soldier.
Lucasfilm Animation has debuted the first official trailer and a few new pictures from its animated film Strange Magic, starring Kristen Chenoweth and Alan Cumming.
The musical described as a “madcap fairy tale” is supposed to be inspired by Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” but it’s geared towards kids.
Josh Boone has revealed that his adaptation of Stephen King’s massive 1978 novel The Stand will now be four features.
Boone, director of The Fault in Our Stars, dropped the idea of a three-hour-long movie without any hesitation when Warner Bros. offered him the opportunity to instead proceed on the basis of there being a whole quartet of films (we used to call these ‘mini-series’) instead of one.
Screen Gems has released an outrageous red-band trailer for the comedy The Wedding Ringer, filled up with dozens of tweets from presumably real people who went to see preview screenings of upcoming picture.
If you want to watch it at work, there are a couple moments where you’ll want headphones.