Blumhouse Productions has two great films out this summer: Creep, with Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice, and this week’s The Gift, with Joel Edgerton, Jason Bateman, and Rebecca Hall. Now add Visions to the list of Blumhouse films with great if somewhat unlikely casts. The movie features Isla Fisher, Gillian Jacobs and Jim Parsons, and the first international Visions trailer will show you some of the particular horrors created for this film as the characters deal with pregnancy and a new house that seems to have echoes of really bad old stuff. Read More »
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Lionsgate has announced a Summer 2016 release date for Now You See Me 2. The magical heist sequel will hit theaters the same weekend that the original film made its debut in 2013. Hit the jump to find out more about the film and the Now You See Me 2 release date.
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The upcoming film Now You See Me focuses on a character quartet nicknamed The Four Horsemen. Played by Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco, they’re magicians who perform elaborate heists, giving the proceeds to the audience. This naturally gets the attention of the authorities and the story moves forward.
As the number “four” is so prevalent in the film, Summit has released the first four minutes of Now You See Me online. In the clip, you’ll meet each of the main characters and get a sense of their individual skills in the world of magic. It’s very cool, check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 by Angie Han
Though Fergie‘s contribution to the The Great Gatsby soundtrack insists that “a little party never killed nobody,” anyone who’s read the book will know that’s not exactly how things turn out for Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his pals. But until the consequences come, you can bet they’ll take her suggestion to “dance until we drop.”
While the earlier trailers have played up the tragedy of Gatsby’s tale, the latest one mostly emphasizes the hardcore partying. That means fast cars, fancy boats, sparkling diamonds, glitter by the bucketful, and all the booze one could possibly want. Watch the video after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, April 15th, 2013 by Angie Han
As with movies, the art of magic relies on seamless illusion. Since we know we’re not really seeing the things we think we’re seeing — George Clooney, for instance, isn’t really a casino-robbing mastermind, and David Copperfield didn’t really make an airplane just vanish into thin air — it’s up to the artists to put on such a dazzling show that we can suspend our disbelief, and ooh and ahh just the same.
But on two nights last April, /Film and several other outlets were invited to the set of Louis Leterrier‘s Now You See Me to find out just how the magic movie sausage gets made. For one thing, it helps to have what Leterrier calls “great ingredients,” like an “amazing” script by Boaz Yakin and Edward Ricourt (with rewrites by Ed Solomon) and an eminently talented cast. Hit the jump to keep reading, but be warned that spoilers follow.
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Posted on Thursday, April 11th, 2013 by Angie Han
This year is turning out to be a big one for magicians. Last month, Steve Carell and Jim Carrey duked it out as battling Vegas showmen in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, and next month our favorite non-Alliance illusionist Gob Bluth returns for the fourth season of Arrested Development. Then, just a few days after that, Louis Leterrier‘s Now You See Me will demonstrate what happens when magicians apply their special skills to criminal ends.
Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, and Dave Franco star the Four Horsemen, a magic supergroup that robs banks to line the pockets of their fans, while Mark Ruffalo and Mélanie Laurent play the agents trying to take them down. Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman also star. Watch the new trailer after the jump.
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This short UK trailer for Baz Luhrmann‘s The Great Gatsby puts the focus on the (possibly) manufactured nature of Gatsby’s life and persona. That was a big part of the last full trailer, too, but here the aim more than ever is to show the personal nature of the conflict between Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Tom Buchanan (Joel Edgerton), with Daisy (Carey Mulligan) in the middle.
In addition, a few more posters (yep, one more set, to complement the other two) have come online. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2013 by Angie Han
A week’s worth of new posters have paved the way for The Great Gatsby‘s latest trailer, which shows off quite a bit of new footage. In contrast to the earlier trailers, which played up the heady party atmosphere of the 1920s, this one emphasizes the fiery passions that drive the Baz Luhrmann-directed tale. Specifically, it delves into the mysterious Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), the tragic embodiment of the American Dream.
To complement the shift in focus, the trailer also samples some different tunes from the soundtrack, including a haunting cover of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” by Beyoncé and André 3000. Check it out after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2013 by Angie Han
Originally slated for Christmas 2012, Baz Luhrmann‘s The Great Gatsby is now preparing to make a splash as a summer release this May. It’s been fairly quiet on the marketing front for the past few months, but that’s changing with the new release date just around the corner.
A new series of character posters featuring Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), Daisy (Carey Mulligan), Nick (Tobey Maguire), Tom (Joel Edgerton), Myrtle (Isla Fisher), and Jordan (newcomer Elizabeth Debicki) has just hit the web, giving us a glimpse at the troubled characters who populate this glitzy landscape. In addition, two TV spots show off Lurhmann’s ostentatious style. Check ’em all out after the jump.
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