The folks over at ScreenJunkies pulled through once again with their “Honest Trailer” for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, a movie with a widely fascinating premise but plagued with tons of ridiculous inconsistencies.
Looper may not leave you breathless, but it will leave you with a lot to chew on. Read Nick’s review of Rian Johnson’s new film.
Twentieth Century Fox has debuted the first trailer for the fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard. Bruce Willis returns once again as John McClane and he is this time flanked by his estranged son (Jai Courtney) to take on some evil terrorists in Moscow.
Say what you want about Adele, it’s impossible to deny that the Grammy Award winner has an incredible voice. The filmmakers behind the new James Bond movie, Skyfall were able to land the talented British singer to write and perform the new musical theme for the film.
Disney has debuted the first trailer for director Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger. Armie Hammer stars John Reid, the lone ranger who must join forces with native American spirit warrior Tonto (Johnny Depp) to battle greed and corruption in the wild west.
The clip features the two central characters bonding over dinner as they go on and on about the various medications they have used to deal with their respective mental issues. This is a great preview as it showcases Russell’s deft blend of dramatic weight and comedy.
Relativity has debuted the first red-band trailer from the R-rated ensemble comedy Movie 43 (via Comedy Central). I won’t bother listing who is in the movie because just about everyone in Hollywood is in the movie including Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Kate Winslet.
George Clooney’s big budget adaptation of Robert M. Edsel’s The Monument Men is picking up steam as the actor/director’s next project. The Wrap reports that The Artist star Jean Dujardin as well as Cate Blanchett and Paul Giamatti are being sought for roles in the pic.
For new DVDs today, we have Johnny Depp and Tim Burton teaming up yet again, Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks being sweet, and an enigmatic indie that will have you and your friends talking.