Quentin Tarantino has been rolling cameras in Colorado for his new film The Hateful Eight, and the beginning of production provides an opportunity for the reveal of additional cast members. We now know that a few Tarantino regulars and some new faces are in the cast, joining the lead players Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Demian Bichir, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Bruce Dern and Channing Tatum. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 by Angie Han
Nicolas Cage has played some pretty kooky characters in his time, so his latest role should fit right in. Everyone’s favorite Oscar winner / B-movie fixture has just signed on for Army of One, about a regular Joe who decides to look for al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Larry Charles (Borat) is directing.
More on the Nicolas Cage Army of One movie after the jump. Read More »
Director Juan Jose Campanella (The Secret in Their Eyes) made an animated foosball movie a couple years ago, called variously Metegol and Foosball, and The Weinstein Company will release the movie in the US this spring under the title Underdogs. Along with giving the film that new title, the Weinsteins have dubbed the movie with an English-language voice cast that includes Matthew Morrison (Glee), Ariana Grande, Nicolas Hoult (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Bell Thorne (Blended), Katie Holmes (Batman Begins) and John Leguizamo. You can see a new Underdogs US trailer, featuring work from that voice cast, after the break. Read More »
If you’re looking for some fun, tense, innovative action later this week, you should check out Everly. Joe Lynch‘s latest film stars Salma Hayek as a woman stuck in an apartment when her ex-boyfriend/gangster finds out she’s turned on him. In an instant, her world gets violent as any and everyone imaginable visits to try and kill her. But Everly isn’t going to back off without a fight and the result is non-stop insanity.
Everly comes to on demand on January 23, well before it hits theaters on February 27. Below, you can watch the brand new, official Everly trailer. Read More »
Paddington is a PG-rated family film about a talking bear who moves from the jungles of Peru to London. That premise, based on a popular series of children’s book by Michael Bond, is obviously silly. Yet writer director Paul King‘s adaptation is so on the money, so well-done, so deceptively simple, heartfelt and flat-out entertaining, it make movies with far more plausible plots seem silly by comparison.
Below read the rest of our Paddington movie review, which talks about what the movie does right that others should take note of. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, January 6th, 2015 by Angie Han
Originally, James Wan was supposed to have two films out in 2014: Furious 7, which he directed; and Demonic, which he produced. Alas, both got pulled off the calendar. Furious 7 has at least found a new date in April, but we’re still waiting for release details on Demonic.
In the meantime, though, we do have a new Demonic trailer that offers a taste of the creepiness to come. Frank Grillo and Maria Bello star as a detective and a psychologist (respectively) investigating the deaths of five college students who perished while looking for ghosts. Will Canon directed. Watch the Demonic trailer after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, December 29th, 2014 by Angie Han
Christmas came and went last week in the real world, but in the first Everly trailer the holiday has just arrived. And it’s not looking very merry or bright for the poor title character.
Salma Hayek leads the Joe Lynch-directed actioner as a call girl who’s become a police informant. Needless to say, this doesn’t sit well with her mob boss ex (Hiroyuki Watanabe). He sends a string of killers to her apartment in order to finish off her and her family, forcing Everly to defend herself in any way she can. The film hits VOD in January then theaters in February but you can watch the Everly trailer after the jump. Read More »
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I really liked the horror film It Follows at Fantastic Fest. The movie is a John Carpenter-influenced vision of the lingering effects of sex and trauma (and of the shift from adolescence to adulthood that sex brings) that is powerfully cinematic, and built on an ever-intensifying sense of dread rather than jump scares.
Now the movie finally has something like a US release date, and a full domestic trailer. This It Follows trailer has some of the same structure as the last two teasers we’ve seen from other territories, but with a lot more footage. Check out the new It Follows trailer below. Read More »