It’s a Gone Girl kind of day. There’s talk of a sequel, the cast and crew are reuniting for another movie and the Blu-ray just hit shelves. Screen Junkies has jumped into the mix too, with a Gone Girl Honest Trailer, jokingly calling the film the best Lifetime movie ever made. David Fincher fans are going to have fun with this one. Check out the Gone Girl Honest Trailer below. Read More »
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Maybe you binge-watched all of the first season, but did you watch all of Season 2 of House of Cards? Me, neither. But this House of Cards season 3 trailer might make you regret passing on the second season, if only because it is appealing enough to suggest that it would be a really good idea to catch up before late February, when the new season premieres.
Some serious stuff obviously happened in the life of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) over the course of the second season, and this trailer plays on a lot of it — plus the events of season 1 — to show people in a really dark place. It looks great. Check out the House of Cards season 3 trailer after the jump. Read More »
If you thought the latest film in the Taken series would be the end of Liam Neeson‘s run as an action star, you thought wrong. Here comes Run All Night, which casts Neeson as a mob hitman who must protect his son from the violent attentions of a gangster after the young guy witnesses the wrong act. This one re-teams Neeson with his Non-Stop and Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra, and also features Joel Kinnaman, Vincent D’Onofrio, Ed Harris, Bruce McGill, Genesis Rodriguez, Boyd Holbrook, Holt McCallany, and Common. Check out the Run All Night trailer below. Read More »
The Purge came in 2013, and returned in 2014. The event won’t actually be an annual occasion — not in the real world, at least — as 2015 will be purge-free. But Universal has just set the third installment of the new horror/thriller franchise for a 2016 debut. So we have a Purge 3 release date, and those who’ve enjoyed the first two stories of a night in which all crime in America is legal, the better to cleanse society of “weak” or “undesirable” elements, have a date to circle on their calendar. Read More »
In the first season of Fargo, Keith Carradine played Lou Solverson, the father of the season’s primary sheriff’s deputy character Molly Solverson. We know that Lou is among the lead characters of the show’s second season, and that Fargo S2 will look back on the guy’s life at the end of the ’70s as he returned to Minnesota from a tour in Vietnam. Now we know that he’ll be a great-looking dude, as the show has just added Patrick Wilson as Lou Solverson — the late ’70s version of Lou, that is. Along with Wilson, the cast has just recruited Ted Danson and Jean Smart, and we’ve got info on all their roles below.
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The most recent film from director Rupert Wyatt was a remake of The Gambler, and now his own first feature is getting the remake treatment. The Escapist is Wyatt’s UK debut, in which Brian Cox played a prison inmate who assembles a group of fellow inmates in order to stage an ambitious break from the big house. Now Liam Neeson will star in a US version of The Escapist, backed by Studio Canal. Read More »
The TV version of Fargo created by Noah Hawley was a surprise last year — originally met with not unjustified skepticism, the show quickly proved itself as a thing that could stand on its own. A second season was quickly ordered, and it isn’t just a continuation of what we saw the first time out. No, Fargo Season 2 bounces back in time to the late ’70s to follow the Lou Solverson character (originally played by Keith Carradine, above) as a younger man. Now Hawley has revealed some new Fargo S2 details, which you can get below. Read More »
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Fans have been waiting a long time to see Matt Damon return as Jason Bourne, and now it looks like they’re going to have to stay patient just a little tiny bit longer. Universal has delayed the untitled action sequel, but it’s still coming next summer. More details on the Bourne 5 release date after the jump. Read More »