Here’s another wedding of the century to be conflicted about. Magnolia Pictures released a poster yesterday for Lars von Trier’s new film Melancholia. The poster features Kirsten Dunst looking like a self-directed nihilistic bride.
Seems like with each passing day comes another batch of high profile trailers for this summer’s big tentpole movies. Paramount has just released the full theatrical trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon on Apple minutes ago.
Roman Polanski isn’t perfect, despite of my excitement for his new projects. His supposed masterpiece, Chinatown has all the elements of noir, a genre that I receive with ambivalence, that you guys like and that I might not, stretching them all out into a sprawling, convoluted yet subtly acted movie, where a private dick investigates more than he was paid for.
What’s with the gazillions of trailers released today? Apple is about to release the theatrical trailer in HD for Warner Bros’ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 later tonight. Check it out before it’s pulled!
Yahoo! Movies has released the full theatrical trailer for 20th Century Fox’s X-Men: First Class. While it starts out just like the teaser, there is quite a lot of new footage to be seen. Directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, it opens on June 3rd.
With Fast Five opening in theaters this weekend, we thought it would be time to take a look at some of our favorite cars ever featured on the big screen. Needless to say, this was a tough list to pare down and will make for plenty of arguments for all the great cars that were left off. Make sure to let us hear it in the comments!
A full length official trailer for Tarsem Singh’s Immortals has made its to way to Apple. Starring Henry Cavill, Freida Pinto and Mickey Rourke,the movie revolves around warrior prince Theseus’ quest to avenge the death of his mother at the hands of the bloodthirsty King Hyperion.
Let’s face it, calling a romantic comedy generic and predictable is akin to saying the sky is blue. Watching this new trailer for What’s Your Number?, one can quickly conclude that director Mark Mylod didn’t try to reinvent the wheel.
This meme called “Cinematic Alphabet” has been spreading around the blogosphere the past few weeks. It’s a simple game, simply attach a movie that meant something to you to each letter of the alphabet. Check out Red and Castor’s cinematic alphabet after the jump!