The trailer for director Johnnie To‘s new film Vengeance has shot its way online. To, whose previous films include Election, Exiled and the quirky Mad Detective, is considered by many as one of the best action director’s working in Hong Kong today. Vengeance looks to be another solid entry into To’s catalogue. Starring the always […]
Clips of the upcoming sci-fi film Moon have been circulating online for a few months now, but today brings the first real trailer for the movie. Director Duncan Jones has been touring the festival circuit for some time with Moon, where the film has garnered significant buzz. Looks interesting, I see shades of other science […]
MTV Movies Blog has confirmed that Arnold Schwarzenegger will be appearing in the upcoming Terminator Salvation in some capacity. Whether the Governator will appear in the flesh, or only lend his likeness and voice to the T-800 cyborg he has portrayed in the three previous Terminator films, the nature of his cameo appearance is still […]
The first trailer for Green Lantern: First Flight movie has hit the web. Hit the HD and Fullscreen buttons With the success of DC Comics and Warner Bros. previous direct-to-video animated features like Superman: Doomsday and Batman: Gotham Knight, a Green Lantern movie was bound to happen eventually. Green Lantern: First Flight introduces us to […]
Director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) has been posting numerous behind-the-scenes photos from his new film Scott Pilgrim vs The World on his official website. Principal photography for the film began this week in Toronto and aside from the few hastily snapped paparazzi photos (which have disappeared from the web), Wright’s daily […]
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra comes out this summer from director Stephen Sommers. Sommers; creator of such cinematic gems as Deep Rising, The Mummy 1 & 2 and Van Helsing, has resurrected 60’s action figure and 80’s cartoon G.I. Joe as a summer blockbuster in the mold of these films. By in the mold […]
Director Spike Jonze‘s much anticipated adaptation of the popular children’s book Where The Wild Things Are finally has an official trailer. Hit the HD and Fullscreen buttons for best results. Where The Wild Things Are by author and artist Maurice Sendak tells the story of a young boy, Max whose imagination takes him on a […]
Like many kids, I was exposed to reruns of the 1960’s Japanese cartoon Astro Boy in my youth. Part of me liked it, another part of me kind of hated it. I could never put my finger on it, but something about Astro Boy just creeped me out. Maybe it was the fact that he […]
Latino Review has posted a new TV spot for J.J. Abrams‘ Star Trek. The 30 second spot shows most of the stuff we’ve seen in trailers so far, but there are a few new things that make it worth watching. This was the first time I’d noticed Sulu sword fighting, no doubt an homage to the […]
File this one under fights you thought you would never see. Québécois autodidact director Patrick Boivin has created this amazing “Iron Man versus Bruce Lee” stop-motion fight using action figures. It’s an awesome video with a twist ending. Make sure to hit the HD and fullscreen buttons.
Both long rumoured to be in talks for roles in Iron-Man 2, news broke today that Scarlett Johannson and Mickey Rourke have officially signed on for the Marvel sequel. Johannson will play S.H.I.E.L.D agent Black Widow, while Rourke will be playing the villain Whiplash. John Favreau returns to the director’s chair and Robert Downey Jr. […]
The end is nigh according to some Watchmen themed street art in the alleyways of Toronto’s Queen Street West. Hero Complex has posted a number of great photos from the area around Silver Snail where the street art can be seen. Very cool. Watchmen hit the streets in Toronto @ Hero Complex Full gallery here […]
It seems that even Lexcorp has been affected by the current financial crisis. Poor Lex. Starring the very awesome John Hamm of AMC’s Mad Men.
You can chalk this post up as an excuse to post a picture of the lovely Alison Lohman. Yahoo Movies has posted the trailer for Drag Me to Hell, the latest film from director Sam Raimi, his first non-Web Crawler film in nearly a decade. Raimi who wrote and directed the three Spider-Man films, as […]
Latino Review has a scoop regarding the Kenneth Branagh directed Thor movie from Marvel. At this point it is unsubstantiated, but apparently Branagh was spotted having lunch with Alexander Skarsgård(son of Stellan Skarsgård), best known for his work on HBO‘s excellent Generation Kill and so-so True Blood. Skarsgard, long a fan favourite to play the […]