There’s a lot of talent on display both in front of and behind this camera, with the music and lyrics of Stephen Sondheim giving Into the Woods a great foundation.
In recent years, Patrick Wilson has become a favorite in the horror community thanks to his work in the Insidious franchise and last year's The Conjuring, and there are shades of the genre in his newest film, Let's Kill Ward's Wife. But while the latest movie is all about murder and dismemberment, it's going for laughs instead of screams
Last summer, Despicable Me 2 managed to make a name for itself by becoming the highest grossing animated film of 2014. Despite the fact that Frozen wound up taking that crown away during its record breaking theatrical run, the latest entry in the series that gave us the Minions managed to make it a very good summer for those who enjoy the hijinks of diminutive yellow beings of lower intelligence.
All roads lead to this. Universal dropped the first trailer for the wildly anticipated Furious 7, the continuation of the muscle-car soap opera which encountered far too many obstacles on the path through production but is not revving up all engines in preparation for its April 3, 2015 release date.
The first trailer for Jingle All The Way 2 has been released, and it’s as depressing as it sounds. Don’t forget that it stars Larry The Cable Guy and a WWE superstar too. A recipe for cinematic disaster if I’ve ever heard one.
"To erase the line between man and machine is to obscure the line between men and gods," warns the trailer for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Ex Machina. And the dangers that tagline implies are teased in chilling promo that's as beautiful as it is unnerving.
The summer season may be behind us, but that doesn't mean that Hollywood is done pumping out huge blockbusters in 2014. We are now less than a month away from the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, and Lionsgate has sent out a rather epic new trailer to get you prepared.
Much like Marvel’s Hall H presentation at San Diego Comic-Con this past summer, this reel is a walk down memory lane, reminding fans of all the amazing things Marvel has accomplished to this date.
It's been a day full of amazingly fun Marvel announcements, with the studio announcing their full slate of films between now and 2019, but we have one final treat to cap it all off. As we told you yesterday, tonight's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. featured a special clip from The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and now it has arrived online for your viewing pleasure:
The first trailer for A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night has been released and it proves why the film has been well-received wherever it has played. The intriguing Iranian vampire Western premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier in the year, and it’s been described as one of the best independent films of the year.
Nightcrawler stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou Bloom, a man who exists on the fringe of Los Angeles society, desperate to find a way to make a living. When he stumbles across a "nightcrawler" gig --working as a freelance videographer who rushes to grab footage of crimes, car crashes and other catastrophes--for the morning news, he finds a career path that suits him well. But to succeed, he'll need to take some dark turns.
The beginning of the Insidious story is within the confines of this trailer. We must warn you though, just when you think you're ready to brace yourself, that's when it really hits you!
The internet is nothing if not impatient. Even if you tell everyone that what they want is only a week away, that won't stop them from trying to get it early. As a result of this, the first trailer for Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron is now online.
With the fall comes a slew of movies that are gearing for Oscar gold. Then as we move into the winter, a slate of big, flashy blockbusters pile up, demanding our attention. So how do you cut through all this clamor when you're a mid-level thriller about a professor with a gambling addiction? You unleash a trailer like The Gambler's, full of camp appeal and f-bombs, lazily chucked by the always awesome John Goodman.
This past weekend the new World War II movie Fury was at the top of the box office with $26 million. This got the folks over at Jimmy Kimmel Live wondering what a sequel to this Brad Pitt vehicle would look like. Turns out, you throw in some Furbies and even a movie as hard-R and graphically violent as Fury can be family friendly!
As advanced as home theater technology has gotten in the past few years, some movies still truly need the big screen experience to be fully appreciated, and 2001: A Space Odyssey is certainly one of these films. A result of this special quality is that theater owners love to bring the Stanley Kubrick feature in for special screenings, and do so often.
So, Katniss. What are you going to do? So many of your moves have been made to keep Peeta alive. Is his rescue the spark that this Mockingjay needs to kick start the pending revolution?
What I’m surprised about is that Paramount is rushing to get this movie into theaters. Top Five has a December 5 limited release, and will go wider on December 12th. There is talk that Paramount might want this to be in the awards race. Possible? We shall see.
You've heard of a slap bet. But what--you may well ponder--is a whiskey slap? The trailer for Beside Still Waters tells us. Take a shot of whiskey; get a slap in the face. It's like a pickle back, but one in which the pickle brine chaser is substituted with a slap in the face. Feel free to bust it out at social events this weekend. I intend to. (Look out bar patrons of New York!)
November is coming fast, and with it comes the next chapter in The Hunger Games movie franchise that has set the world aflame. Katniss, that girl on fire, has become a symbol of inspiration and rebellion whether she likes it or not. And on days like the one shown in the clip above from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, it's likely more not.
The ocean-faring adventure looks like your usual, run-of-the-mill drama of grizzled men surviving on a boat. But then things take a dastardly turn when Ron Howard introduces the term “Moby Dick.”
The trailer for A Merry Friggin' Christmas has arrived and it gives us a good look at the shenanigans that ensue when Joel McHale and the late, great Robin Williams team up as father and son. Check it out in all of its family holiday mayhem below...
“There’s two kinds of people in this world. There’s hammers. And there’s nails. You decide which one you want to be.” That’s the advice dished out in the sleek, sexy first trailer for Will Smith’s Focus.
“What if there was a place? A secret place where nothing was impossible?” Take the journey with Tomorrowland in the first teaser trailer.
Listen, Titanic wasn’t flawless. But choosing not to go ahead with the above alternate ending might have been the best decision of James Cameron’s illustrious career.