Okay, so the new trailer for the live-action drama Beauty and the Beast is entirely in French. But thankfully fluency in French isn't needed to enjoy this. After all, this is a tale as old as time. Just sit back and relish in the striking visuals Christophe Gans has put together for this dark and dangerous interpretation of the classic story.
Don’t get me wrong; I don’t think this looks like a masterpiece or anything, and just inserting “non-zombie zombie-like creatures” into another film type isn’t exactly state of the art. But it isn’t American-made, which is almost always a plus where cheap horror is concerned, and the storyline does feel somewhat original. And did you see all the awesomely gory practical effects and make-up?
If you're sick of Kristen Stewart-- both her ongoing presence in the tabloids and her dead-eyed work in the Twilight movies-- well, too bad. Twilight may be wrapping up, along with her relationship with Robert Pattinson, but Stewart is lining up a ton of new roles-- and most of them a whole lot more interesting than Twilight ever was
For those of you OHGs out there who are down in the dumps that you can't be in San Diego getting the stars of the movie to sign your stuff, maybe you can take some solace from this new trailer that highlights the bonus features you'll be getting on the Hunger Games Blu-ray and DVD releases.
At this point, you're either going to see The Dark Knight Rises or you're not-- and if you're not, you're probably from some strange breed of human or trapped in a basement somewhere, because it seems impossible right now that anyone can miss it. Even people who go to the movies once a year are planning to see it.
There's no question that The Avengers will be on quite a few Christmas and birthday wish lists this year. Now the folks over at Disney have decided to stoke the fire even higher with this kickass Blu-ray trailer that has damn near convinced me to blow off work and go watch the movie in the theater again right now.
Ever since Paul Blart: Mall Cop became a surprisingly big success in January of 2009, Kevin James has been an unlikely movie star on the rise, whether joining his buddy Adam Sandler in a hit as big (and terrible) as Grown Ups or leading things for himself in Zookeeper
If you're a video game fanatic, you can probably spend years sorting through all the references in here to other games. It's especially unnerving when you get to the end, and not only have they perfectly recreated a Halo-style warfare video game, they've inserted a character who looks exactly like Jane Lynch
Even if you're not especially into male strippers-- and trust me, no one is really into male strippers-- you have to admit the dancing here is kind of amazing, as is Matthew McConaughey's soon-to-be-immortal line "I see a lot of lawbreakers in the room tonight."
If you caught the IMAX preview of The Dark Knight Rises that ran in front of Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol last December, or the much-hyped trailer that debuted not long after, then the latest TV spot for the movie is going to look a little familiar
Snow White and the Huntsman may not be an original story, but as a broad adaptation of a very, very old fairy tale, I'm going to give it a pass anyway. Because seriously, who looks at the trailers for this movie-- packed with ravens and swordfights and Charlize Theron dipping herself into a vat of white goo
While Presidential politics become both disappointingly grown-up but also annoying, what we really need is for Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis to step in and provide us some politics conducted with the level of childishness we usually expect.
There's a pretty sharp tonal shift halfway through this trailer, going from the intense action of the Irananian Revolution and the CIA agents charged with rescuing them to the bright sunshine of Hollywood, where Affleck's bearded character cooks up a plan to fake a sci-fi movie that would give the hostages cover
Even before it won the Grand Jury Prize in the narrative feature category-- pretty much the highest award they can give-- Beasts was the film that every single person couldn't stop talking about, the one that when someone asked what your favorite film of the festival was, almost everyone would cite first
Martin Donovan, the actor you may recognize from TV's Boss and Weeds or indie films like Saved!, The Opposite of Sex or Trust, is gearing up to make his directorial debut with Collaborator, in which he also stars as a New York playwright who thinks bad reviews are the worst thing that can happen… until he winds up caught in a hostage crisis