New Wayward Pines trailer

M. Night Shyamalan produces the show Wayward Pines, based on the novel Pines by Blake Crouch, and the show really looks like some bizarre combination of Twin Peaks and The Prisoner. I’ve made that comparison before, but this new Wayward Pines trailer really hammers it home. Matt Dillon is a Secret Service agent investigating the disappearance of two other agents, when he finds himself trapped in a small town that seems friendly enough, but is actually far more sinister than its outward appearance suggests. Check out the new trailer below. Read More »

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Lost River international trailer

Here’s a new trailer for Ryan Gosling‘s directorial debut Lost River, which features Eva Mendes, Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan, Ben Mendelsohn, and Matt Smith.

The film has been the subject of plenty of talk since it debuted at Cannes almost a year ago. The Cannes reviews weren’t particularly kind, but Cannes reviews can be polarized at times, and this clearly isn’t intended to be a movie for everyone. Influences seem to play heavily on this story of a single mother trying to make a living for her family in an all-but-abandoned town; the works of Nicolas Winding Refn and Terrence Malick appears to echo in footage we’ve seen.

This Lost River international trailer might show you a new angle or two from the upcoming film, and we’re still very curious to see how the movie itself plays. Read More »

Neill Blomkamp Alien Movie

We’re going to see that Neill Blomkamp Alien movie after all.

Details are scarce but Wednesday afternoon, the District 9 and Chappie director tweeted that his radical reimagining of the Alien universe – which was first revealed via concept art – will “officially” be his next film. Variety then confirmed the fact with 20th Century Fox and found out Ridley Scott is producing. Read more below. Read More »

New Line Will Make a New ‘Shaft’ Movie

new Shaft movie

Shaft was born in the early ’70s, when Richard Roundtree played the seductive and violent private detective John Shaft for director Gordon Parks. The story continued in two sequels and a short TV series, then was picked up years later, in 2000, when Samuel L. Jackson played John Shaft’s nephew, with the character at the center of a film directed by John Singleton. Now New Line wants to make a new Shaft movie — we just don’t know what this one will look like. Read More »

JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot Developing a Thomas Edison Movie

Thomas Edison movie

Thomas Edison, aka the Wizard of Menlo Park, was one of the most significant inventors in the US during the industrial age, and also a ruthless businessman. Soon he might also be the subject of a film from Paramount and JJ Abrams‘ company Bad Robot. Reports say the companies are developing an Edison film that will portray him as “a rugged eccentric genius.” Read More »

‘Game of Thrones’ Deleted Scenes: Everybody Hurts

Game of Thrones deleted scenes

Everybody hurts in Game of Thrones, especially right after they’re cut by the sword of betrayal. In two newly-released deleted scenes from the fourth season, we see two major characters dealing with their own respective feelings in the wake of betrayal. Clearly, minor spoilers for Season 4 follow in these Game of Thrones deleted scenes.

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Far From the Madding Crowd trailer

Carey Mulligan leads the cast of this Thomas Hardy adaptation, directed by skilled Danish filmmaker Thomas VinterbergFar From the Madding Crowd, which tells the story of a newly wealthy and very independent woman (Mulligan) and the three suitors (Tom Sturridge, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Michael Sheen) who vie for her attention, this looks like a top-tier production with some great performances. Check out the latest Far From the Madding Crowd trailer below. Read More »

Amazon Orders ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Series

The Man in the High Castle series

The pilot for Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle deviated in several major respects from Philip K. Dick‘s original novel — about an alternate timeline in which Germany and Japan won WWII, and occupy divided United States territory — but it’s a good hour of television, and a very promising start to the series. Evidently enough people saw it that way, and the show was ranked highly enough for Amazon to order it to series. Along with The Man in the High Castle series order came some other orders, which we’ll run down below. Read More »

The Psychopath Test

Universal Pictures is doing more business with Scarlett Johansson, no surprise after Lucy turned into a surprise hit. Johansson will star in The Psychopath Test, a film directed by Jay Roach based on the book of the same name by Jon Ronson, who also wrote The Men Who Stare at Goats. The book looks at ways that psychopaths are diagnosed, despite (or because of) their ability to charm and manipulate; the film will be written as a psychological thriller. Read More »

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