The Japanese trailer for Jupiter Ascending doesn't provide a whole lot of new insight on the space opera from The Wachowskis, but it does reveal some new visuals that look like they were ripped from the cover of a sci fi paperback.
The full Godzilla theatrical trailer makes it very clear that this summer's destruct-o-thon boasts one hell of a big monster, even if we only see the King of Monsters oh-so fleetingly.
A handy new size chart stacks the latest iteration of Toho's city-stomping reptile against his predecessors, confirming that this is indeed the hugest Gojira on the books.
Crispin Glover is one on the most fascinating and misunderstood actors of his generation.
The son of actor Bruce Glover (Diamonds Are Forever), he began his career at a young age appearing in such popular TV series as The Facts of Life, Happy Days, Hill Street Blues, and Family Ties, but his big break came when he played George McFly in Back to the Future. Since then, he has given riveting performances in a string of critically acclaimed and successful films like At Close Range, Wild at Heart, The Doors, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Dead Man, The People Vs. Larry Flynt, Charlie’s Angels, Willard, Beowulf, Alice in Wonderland, and Hot Tub Time Machine.
However, Glover is also an accomplished director having helmed the first two films of his It? trilogy, What Is It?, and It is Fine. Everything is Fine! But for better or worse, the actor may still be best known for his infamous and mysterious appearance on Late Night with David Letterman. Glover appeared on the show as his character from the film Rubin and Ed, which had not yet been released at that time, and attempted to karate-kick the talk show host. All that aside, Glover is a fascinating artist who’s career has spanned over thirty-years and now returns to the big screen with his new film The Bag Man, which opens in theaters on February 28th.
The Bag Man was co-written and directed by first time filmmaker David Grovic, and also stars John Cusack (The Raven), Dominic Purcell (Vikingdom), and two-time Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro (The Godfather Part II, Raging Bull). The film follows a criminal (Cusack) who bides his time at a seedy motel, waiting for his boss (De Niro) after killing several men and making away with a mystery bag. Glover plays the hotel desk clerk who interacts with Cusack’s character.
I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Crispin Glover about The Bag Man, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, Alice in Wonderland: Into the Looking Glass, and his directorial work. Always an interesting interview, Glover candidly discussed his latest film, appearing in a movie with Robert De Niro, reuniting with John Cusack, working with director David Grovic, what he looks for from a director, choosing projects to act in, not appearing in Hot Tub Time Machine 2, wanting to be in Alice in Wonderland: Into the Looking Glass, his own directorial efforts, the It? trilogy, and directing and acting in a movie with his father.
Mireille Enos sums up Sabotage's whole attitude at the end of a splattery new red band clip in which she triumphantly declares, "Good fucking gunfight. Goddamn!"
Between that clip and an international trailer, Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest appears to be aiming for a few world records like Most Rounds Expended in a Single Trailer and Manliest Movie Ever.
With the current boom in pop-apocalypticism, Stephen King's The Stand has never been riper for the adapting.
If, that is, Warner Bros. and CBS Films can get the damn thing off the ground. The studio is turning to the director of the upcoming Young Adult adaptation The Fault in Our Stars to take a crack at The Stand, adding Josh Boone to a pretty impressive list of helmers who haven't managed to make it happen.
Good news for anybody still queasy from Man of Steel and worried about the notion of David S. Goyer adapting source material as tricky as Sandman:
The latest attempt to make a movie out of Neil Gaiman's masterful comic book has a screenwriter whose name doesn't rhyme with Bavid S. Sawyer.
A months-long break in principal photography on Fast & Furious 7 will end imminently, as Universal Pictures is taking the automotive sequel back on the road in just over a month.
After almost a decade of promising a Sin City sequel, co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have finished up their cut of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
Two scanned magazine pages provide proof that Sin City 2 does indeed exist, showing off returning stars Jessica Alba and Mickey Rourke, as well as new addition Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
After months of rumors and pure speculation, the first new castmember in Star Wars: Episode VII has apparently been revealed.
Adam Driver is reportedly in final negotiations to play the primary antagonist in the J.J. Abrams-direct Star Wars sequel.
Everything is awesome and everybody loves Lego right now. Everybody also loves Liam Neeson, who next stars in Non-Stop.
You know where this is going: a brickfilm version of the Non-Stop trailer, meaning a little Liam Neeson minifig caught up in all manner of airborne action.