Neil LaBute’s career has taken him to some crazy places. He started off with the visceral and brutal In the Company of Men and followed that up with more films sharing the same dark humor, honestly and venom. At some point though, things changed and he became more of a mainstream director with films like Lakeview Terrace and the abysmal The Wicker Man and Death at a Funeral remakes. It seemed like his talent for inciting controversy had gone away.
It now seems like he’s attempting to blend those more mainstream sensibilities with his earlier independence as he’s set to reteam with the star of his earlier films, Aaron Eckhart, as well as Ed Harris, for The Geography of Hope. The script was written by LaBute, well before he achieved success, and follows two thieves who flee to Mexico only to find another problem: whether to rob or romance all the beautiful women they meet. Read more after the jump. Read More »
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Columbia Pictures has released a new video clip and three television spots and from their upcoming alien invasion action film Battle: Los Angeles. Watch them all embedded after the jump.
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Columbia Pictures have released a new one-minute tv spot/mini-trailer for Jonathan Liebesman‘s Battle: Los Angeles. Watch it now embedded after the jump. I’ve talked with a couple people who saw early screenings in New York City and Los Angeles, and the buzz is completely positive. I’m very excited to see this movie. Watch the trailer embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The Super Bowl television commercial for Battle: Los Angeles aired before the big game on Sunday night. If you missed it, you can watch it now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The consensus has been overwhelming positive in regards to Jonathan Liebesman‘s upcoming alien invasion movie Battle: Los Angeles and that’s not going to change after fans get a glimpse of a new viral website for the film which provides all kinds of details on the aliens. The structure of their command center, their biology, weapons and transportation are just a few of the categories that have been uncovered and they all hint at a world that is way more dense for one movie to handle.
Battle: Los Angeles stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Bridget Moynahan, Lucas Till and Michael Pena and will invade theaters on March 11. Find out how to access this secret site and see some of the images on it after the break. Read More »
When Sony released the first teaser trailer for Jonathan Liebesman‘s Battle: Los Angeles in November, I was kind of disappointed that it was a montage of cool shots. Knowing what I did about the film, I thought the the opening of the movie could have been played for a more Cloverfield-like surprise/shocking reveal. The full length trailer released today begins with that idea — and looks like a fun sci-fi action film. Although, it should be noted that this is yet another trailer which copies the Inception trend of using a big bassy noise for dramatic effect. For those who haven’t been following the project, Battle has been described as a Black Hawk Down-style military story set in an alien invasion. I really think this film will surprise people when it is released in March. Watch the trailer now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below!
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The news routine on The Dark Knight Rises has lately been more about what isn’t in the movie than what is. For example, there was the recent ridiculous rumor about Heath Ledger‘s Joker returning via outtakes and CGI, which director Christopher Nolan and producer Emma Thomas quickly shot down.
And now we know for sure, end of story, that Aaron Eckhart isn’t in the film, either. (This has been a subject of speculation even though all evidence says, yes, Two-Face is dead.) Don’t feel too out of the loop if you thought it was possible for him to appear. Even he wasn’t sure until he asked Mr. Nolan. Read More »
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Last night, Sony released the first teaser trailer for Jonathan Liebesman‘s Battle: Los Angeles. Collider has now found an international version of the trailer on Omelete. The international release is much different, more like a traditional Hollywood trailer — featuring heavy voice over, different footage, and lacks the haunting music of the domestic teaser. For those who haven’t been following the project, Battle has been described as a Black Hawk Down-style military story set in an alien invasion.
Watch the international trailer now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below!
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