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As of today, the second crack at an Americanized Godzilla remake is now one year away from its May 16, 2014 release date.
Rather than dropping a teaser trailer or some such hype-building, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have instead brought us a tiny new glimpse behind the scenes of this new Godzilla.
How can you tell Godzilla has been to town? Because most of the town will be a smoldering heap of rubble.
A new official image from the set of the new Godzilla remake has stomped online, and though the enormous lizard is nowhere to be seen, the signs of him are everywhere, in smoke, an overturned car, and general devastation.
You take your eye off the Oldboy remake ball for just a minute, then you look over your shoulder and the first teaser poster is standing right behind you, holding a hammer at an angle ideal for cracking you on your vulnerable skull.
Principal photography on Godzilla is now under way.
Synopsis: When his favorite college professor invites him to campus to speak at his retirement dinner, Jesse jumps at the chance. He is prepared for the nostalgia of the dining halls and dorm rooms, the parties and poetry seminars; what he doesn’t see coming is Zibby—a beautiful, precocious, classical-music-loving sophomore. Zibby awakens scary, exciting, long-dormant feelings of possibility and connection that Jesse thought he had buried forever.
Synopsis: The story starts out from the experiences of two rationalist scientists who dissect phenomena from the metapsychic world, and the clash of forces with a world famous psychic they bring about. The past and the present of each the protagonists contain still unrevealed shadows, setting in train a dark story of growing tension, full of unexpected twists and turns.
Opening in theaters on July 13th is a new thriller from Buried director Rodrigo Cortes entitled Red Lights. The film stars an all-star cast that includes Cillian Murphy (Batman Begins), Elizabeth Olsen (Silent House), Joely Richardson (Anonymous), Toby Jones (Captain America: The First Avenger), three-time Academy Award-nominee Sigourney Weaver (Aliens), and two-time Academy Award-winner Robert de Niro (Raging Bull).
IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had a chance to sit down with writer/director Rodrigo Cortes and actor Cillian Murphy to talk about their work on Red Lights. The two men discussed the new film, research they did into the paranormal, whether or not they are believers themselves, and working with legendary actors Sigourney Weaver and Robert de Niro.
NOTE: This video also includes a special introduction to the trailer by iconic actress Sigourney Weaver.
A quartet of character posters from Red Lights have emerged online, putting the thriller's impeccable cast front and center. Robert De Niro, Sigourney Weaver, Cillian Murphy, and Elizabeth Olsen each get their own poster, each featuring a cautionary phrase imposed over their faces, including the advice, "Don't trust your eyes" and the heads-up, "Your brain lies to you." Good to know.
After taking cracks at three decidedly more British (okay, one Welsh) actors, the new Oldboy remake may have found an actor to play its villain on an entirely different continent. The new take on the South Korean revenge classic is being directed by Spike Lee, and with its leading man and lady signed up and ready to go, the task has been finding the right guy to play the heavy. It seems Sharlto Copley is the latest actor to be offered the role of the mysterious man messing with Josh Brolin.
This weekend saw the addition of three new wide releases to the movie marketplace, one an expensive would-be franchise starter, one a thriller remake built around a cinematography novelty, and one family-friendly vehicle from an erstwhile stand-up comedian with a predilection towards leather outfits. Of these three, none were able to really make an impression commercially, and last week's number one movie, The Lorax, once again stood atop the box office heap grooming his Wilfred Brimley-style mustache. Disney's John Carter, a movie whose budget has been the subject of much hemming and hawing, debuted in second place.