Monthly Archives: July 2014
When it rains, it pours. Lionsgate has released the third and final trailer for director Patrick Hughes’ action-packed sequel The Expendables 3, following the recent leak of the film online.
It looks like the best one of the franchise and Mel Gibson is the best villain this series has had thus far.
Millennium Entertainment has released the first trailer and poster for the Brad Anderson-helmed Stonehearst Asylum, formerly known as Eliza Graves, which boasts an impressive cast.
The Kate Beckinsale-starring period piece also has Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley reunited over 25 years on from Without a Clue.
Disney has debuted the first trailer for director Rob Marshall’s Into the Woods, the new musical based on the Broadway show of the same name.
New footage of several characters debuts in this teaser including Cinderella herself played by Anna Kendrick, Cinderella’s Prince played by Chris Pine, The Witch played by Meryl Streep,
Fox Searchlight has released an extended international trailer for Alejandro González Inarritu’s Birdman, the brilliantly bizarre looking feature set to open the upcoming Venice Film Festival.
The film is shot by famed DP Emmanuel Lubezki in the vein of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope and meant to look like its one long shot.
Following a first look from The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water at Comic-Con, Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon have released the first trailer for their mix of live-action and animation.
Oh yeah, I’m down. Your 4-5 year olds will love it too. CGI is getting really good!
UPDATE: Universal has delayed The Mummy release date by a few months, making room for the Snow White and the Huntsman prequel The Huntsman, and announced that the film release date is now set for June 24, 2016, instead of April 22, 2016.
Yep, Hollywood seems to think Alex Kurtzman and his buddy Roberto Orci are the only screenwriters in town.
Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx (Ray) is looking to take on another well-known personality as he enters the boxing ring to play the former heavyweight world champion “Iron” Mike Tyson in an as-yet untitled biopic.
Terence Winter of The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire and The Wolf of Wall Street fame is set to pen the script. There isn’t a director yet, but the film will be produced by Rick Yorn.