In July, Cloud Atlas announced itself with a boldness appropriate to the material, as distributor Warner Bros. debuted a huge, almost six-minute long extended trailer meant to convey the staggering scope of Lana Wachowski, Andy Wachowski, and Tom Tykwer's adaptation. With summer movie season all wrapped up, we now have a more standard theatrical trailer for the improbable movie version of David Mitchell's incredible novel.
Here's something you don't see every day. Despite the principal players all insisting that a second sequel to 1995's Before Sunrise wouldn't get made until next year at the earliest, said sequel has actually just wrapped production. Not only that, but the film has an official title and will be shopped to potential distributors at the Toronto International Film Festival tomorrow.
It's been more than a decade since adorable little Boo caused mass blubbering from anyone seeing Monsters, Inc. in theaters, and Disney is aiming to start the waterworks all over again. The 3D re-release of Pixar's fourth feature film is set for this December, and Disney has just released a trailer for the three-dimensionalized Monsters, Inc.
The October theatrical release is just around the corner and the film has started making the festival rounds, so now is a good time for the first Argo TV spot.
20th Century Fox has released a new Taken 2 trailer into the unfathomable depths of the internet and nowhere else. This new internet-only preview features a good amount previously unseen footage, most of it action, More importantly, though, it's accompanied by Liam Neeson threatening you, the internet viewer.
This summer, Sony's web-slinging reboot went off pretty well commercially, earning $735 million worldwide, establishing that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone make for a good Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy. The Amazing Spider-Man even seemed to leave audiences reasonably excited for the inevitable sequel already set for the summer of 2014.
The ten-disc, six-movie Blu-ray collection of Marvel movies always seemed too good to be true. The "Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled" set, collecting Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, and The Avengers has been indefinitely delayed for legal reasons, though not the legal reasons you might think of straightaway.
Nicolas Cage's performance as Damon MacReady added quite a bit of energy to the superhero shenanigans in Kick-Ass, especially when in his costumed Big Daddy persona, with his Adam West-inspired rhythms. Big Daddy won't be back in the sequel, Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Wall, leaving a potential energy vacuum. In order to ensure that no such vacuum exists in the final product, the filmmakers have hired Jim Carrey to join the supporting cast.
A new clip from Dredd is now available for your viewing pleasure, this featuring Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby as Judges Dredd and Anderson, the central figures in this second attempt to bring John Wagner's fascistic, futuristic supercop to the moviegoing masses.
Let's get this out of the way right now: Spoilers ahoy. Well, possible spoilers. If the rumor we're talking about here ends up being true, then this post includes some very spoilery details regarding Iron Man 3, a particular action scene, and the ongoing evolution of Tony Stark's armor. So if you'd rather walk into next summer's sequel unspoiled, just rustle along. Otherwise, read on.