Suffice it to say that Comic-Con has turned into a long weekend for celebrities to invade San Diego. Among the lines and the chaos, you might find some Hollywood types shmoozing and boozing between panels. But if you are not able to attend fancy invite-only parties, the best chance anyone has to run into a celeb is by catching them on the showroom floor, become a member of the press, or by lucky happenstance. Check out who we bumped elbows with over the weekend, you might recognize a few. Continue reading
Before you place any negative judgements about Warm Bodies, I must ask you to watch this clip that previews the first four minutes of the film. Within this opening sequence, Warm Bodies establishes a great separation among other zombie flicks we’ve seen before. I invite you to become a believer and check out the clip after the break. Continue reading
This weekend a quirky little film about two individuals who are faced with a decision that will change their lives forever will release – Stand Up Guys featuring a bromance between Christopher Walken and Al Pacino. Just kidding, I’m talking about Warm Bodies. If the trailer wasn’t enough for you, there are eight movie posters after the break that tries to convince you that it has more brains than its lead character had for lunch. Continue reading
Do you believe in love at first sight? Many may have their doubts, but if you ask our zombie pal R (Nicholas Hoult) what he thinks of Julie (Teresa Palmer), he would tell you she is more than his next meal. Warm Bodies brings audiences a new take on the zombie apocalypse with a quirky, romantic comedy sensibility. Oh and John Malkovich is in this movie too! Continue reading
What is said to be Michael Bay’s final contribution to the Transformers film franchise is turning out to be more spectacular than both movies combined. Go big or go home, right? This new 3D trailer that was in front of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides speaks for itself. Watching this massive trailer on an IMAX screen in 3D was almost worth more of my time than watching POTC itself (only because the trailer was two and a half minutes and not a whole movie). According to Transformers Live Action Movie Blog, this will be the last of the trailers we’ll be seeing before the film hits theaters June 29, not July 1 anymore. Check out the trailer in 2D after the jump where I also snagged 188 stills too!
There has a been a lot of epic casting as of late for three very giant films coming up within the next few years. Chris Evans, Ian McShane, Penelope Cruz, Frances McDormand, John Malkovich, and Ken Jeong have all been confirmed to be a parts of in the mega franchises of Transformers, Captain America, and Pirates of the Caribbean. To find out who is casted in what and how they will be a part of these films continue reading after the jump!
Raimi, Dunst, MaGuire and anyone involved in the future Spider-Man 4 is out; that includes Mr. Malkovich who claimed to have agreed to play the Vulture if the script called for it. It appears due to creative differences Sony and Raimi are parting ways and Sony is looking to reboot the Spidey franchise. Sad news. I loved Raimi’s vision of the web-slinger and seeing different actors is unsettling. You can kind of look at it as the same situation with The X-Men with X-Men First Class in the works. Apparently they want to begin where Peter Parker began, back in high school and work from there all over again and will be in theaters in 2012. There have been many quotes, interviews, and reasonings behind this call to action after the jump… Continue reading