A third trailer for Bennett Miller’s sports drama Moneyball has been released. While it’s mystifying that Sony would cut a trailer specifically for a country that basically has no idea what baseball is, this trailer is certainly a very good one. Check it out after the jump.
Archive for August, 2011
She would play “Laura”, a woman who takes over the orphanage where she spent some of her youth, and turns it into a facility for disabled children. But things turn for the strange when her son begins to play with the same imaginary friend who terrorized her as a child.
It seems more promo artwork for Joss Whedon’s The Avengers has appeared online (via Collider). The three pictures are decidedly of higher quality than the previous one we showed you last week. The centerpiece is an image of the Avengers posing in all their might and there is also two character designs for you to check out after the jump.
Every year as my dreaded birthday approaches I begin to reminisce, which inevitably finds me returning to the movies of the decade of my youth. Today I pay a visit for the first time to Just One Of The Guys (1985).
It was announced today that Hilary Duff would be paid $100,000 to walk away from filming the eternally delayed The Story Of Bonnie And Clyde. The news I have waited months and months to hear, however, has left me a little sad.
Lionsgate thinks it has the next The Fighter on their hands and can’t wait for you to flock to the movie theater to see it. To build word-of-mouth, the studio has announced a sneak preview of MMA drama Warrior on September 4 at 7:00PM in theaters across the nation.
“I didn’t think of chronological order. But I was very happy that Tree of Life was pretty much the first thing people saw. Even though Salome was my first film, and we’re taking that to Venice this year, Tree of Life was the one that changed the whole landscape of my career. I love the idea that that film got to be my introduction to the business in a big way. That was the only one I was really thinking about in chronological order. But The Help, The Debt, Take Shelter and Coriolanus and Salome and all those films, I didn’t think about in order.” [Movieline]
Film District has released six new character banners in anticipation of the release of their upcoming crime drama Drive, which opens on September 16th. Check out the banners after the jump.
A few weeks ago, Josh Brolin was rumored to be Spike Lee’s top choice to play the lead in his remake of Park Chan-Wook’s cult revenge thriller Oldboy. Now Deadline reports that he is officially on board and that production will start next March. Read more after the jump.