Strap in, ladies and gentlemen, because the Interstellar hype-rocket is lifting off.
With the release date just over a month away, Christopher Nolan's science fiction adventure has a new trailer, one that promptly heads into space, following Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway where no man has gone before.
So some random person playing Angry Birds just whipped the phenomenally popular game's billionth bird into a bunch of pigs.
To celebrate, Sony Pictures and Rovio unveiled the cast of phenomenally funny actors lending their voices to the Angry Birds feature film, along with the first picture from the film, introducing the three main birds (who are, presumably, angry).
The latest theatrical trailer for December's Exodus: Gods and Kings goes big.
John Wick just pantsed Bryan Mills.
Mere hours after the first trailer for Tak3n showed Liam Neeson going on a murder-spree, Keanu Reeves has thoroughly out-spreed him in the latest trailer for John Wick, a stripped-down revenge actioner.
To paraphrase Steve McQueen in The Magnificent Seven, this trailer deals in iron.
Hansel and Gretel are having a little bit of trouble keeping their witch hunting game tight.
After some concerns about the return of Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton returning as the title characters, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters 2 has now lost its director.
If you woke up today hoping to see Liam Neeson defibrillating a guy to death, then you're in luck.
The first trailer for next year's Taken 3 has arrived, and it finds Neeson going harder than he's ever gone as Bryan Mills, growling at anybody who looks his way and killing without compunction.
Plus, a domestic poster and an international poster offer two very different approaches to selling Tak3n.
Having waded deep into TV's waters with acclaimed series, Netflix is now dipping its toes into the original movie game.
The streaming giant is teaming up with The Weinstein Company to try something new with the sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, which will premiere on Netflix and IMAX on the same day.
The first trailer for Inherent Vice has finally landed online, accompanied by an eye-catching teaser poster that will delight fans of the novel and foot fetishists.
This first sampling of Paul Thomas Anderson's next is really great.
It's fun, fast, loose, funny and absurd, but not in an affected way. It's genuinely absurd, yet this trailer also suggests Anderson has done something truly audacious, making a movie that's actually accessible for mainstream audiences.
Actress Lauren Holly has been a fixture on television and in film for the better part of the last 30 years!
Holly first gained attention for her role on the Emmy-winning series Picket Fences, and has gone on to appear in such popular films as Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Dumb and Dumber, Sabrina, Beautiful Girls, What Women Want, and Any Given Sunday. But she is probably best known for her recurring role as Director Jenny Shepard on NCIS, which in 2011 was voted America’s favorite television show. The accomplished actress can now be seen once again on the big screen in the new American war drama Field of Lost Shoes, which opens in theaters on September 26th.
Field of Lost Shoes is based on a true story of the American Civil War, culminating at the Battle of New Market, May 1864. In the film a group of teenage cadets sheltered from war at the Virginia Military Institute must confront the horrors of an adult world when they are called upon to defend the Shenandoah Valley. Leaving behind their youth, these cadets must decide what they are fighting for. Holly plays Mrs. Clinedinst, the mother of a girl in love with one of the young soldiers. In addition to Holly, the film features a terrific cast that includes Jason Isaacs (Green Zone), Keith David (Platoon), David Arquette (Scream), and Tom Skerritt (Top Gun). The movie was directed by Sean McNamara (Soul Surfer), and written by first time screenwriters Thomas Farrell and Dave Kennedy.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Lauren Holly about Field of Lost Shoes, as well as the 15th Anniversary of Any Given Sunday. The talented actress discussed her new film, the real life story it is based on, her character, researching her role, the incredible cast, not having a Picket Fences reunion on set with her co-star Tom Skerritt, director Sean McNamara, what she is looking for from a director on set, choosing projects, Any Given Sunday, working with legendary director Oliver Stone, beating the crap out of Dennis Quaid, and which of her film or television projects she is most proud of.
Less than a week after calling rumors of a possible cameo in Star Trek 3 "rhetoric to cause hype," William Shatner has confirmed that he may, in fact, play Captain James Tiberius Kirk in a Star Trek 3 appearance.