Jimmy Kimmel has produced an epic 9-minute movie trailer parody featuring nearly every actor and actress in Hollywood. Movie: the Movie tackles every blockbuster and crowd pleaser movie and movie marketing cliches, and packs them all into one film trailer. Watch the trailer now embedded after the jump.
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Little known fact: casting never stops in Hollywood because movies constantly need actors. See? You learn something new everyday. Here’s one such update with five films that have all made major additions to their cast. After the jump read much more about:
- Weeds star Mary Louise Parker joining the comic book adaptation R.I.P.D.
- Anna Paquin, Ryan Phillippe and Luke Wilson all getting Straight A’s
- Danny Trejo and M.C. Gainey heading to Haunted High
- Abigail Breslin killing her mom as a Class Project
- Michael Fassbender being offered the lead in Prisoners
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Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent, isn’t going to stop acting any time soon. And by the looks of his two most recent trailers — one for Things Fall Apart and this one for Setup — he might not start making good movies any time soon, either.
While Things Fall Apart looked like a saccharine feel-good drama gone horribly wrong, Setup looks like a heist thriller…gone horribly wrong. The film also stars Bruce Willis and Ryan Phillippe, both of whom look like they’re dragged down into the suck right alongside Mr. Jackson. See how much you can take, after the break. Read More »
The last time we saw footage from The Bang Bang Club it was via a sales trailer that appeared late last summer. Now there’s a real trailer for the Tribeca Film release of the movie, which stars Ryan Phillippe and Taylor Kitsch as combat photographers in South Africa in the early ’90s. Malin Akerman plays an editor/love interest, and it is all based on a memoir by two of the photogs, Greg Marinovich and Joao Silva. (Played by here by Ryan Phillippe and Neels Van Jaarsveld.) Read More »
Lionsgate Films have released a second movie trailer for The Take director Brad Furman‘s big screen adaptation of author Michael Connelly‘s novel The Lincoln Lawyer. The film stars Matthew McConaughey as a lawyer who “conducts business from the back of his Lincoln town car while representing a high-profile client in Beverly Hills.” The movie co-stars Ryan Phillippe, Marisa Tomei, William H. Macy, Bryan Cranston, Josh Lucas, Trace Adkin and John Leguizamo.
Watch the movie trailer now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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This morning, if someone said “You’re going to be reading movie news about two films with the word “Lincoln” in the title today,” you would have laughed in their face.
However, hot off the heels of the big news about Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, we’ve now got your first look at footage from The Lincoln Lawyer. Not to be confused with those little blocks you played with as a kid, The Lincoln Lawyer is a murder mystery starring Matthew McConaughey, Ryan Phillippe, Marisa Tomei, William H. Macy, John Leguizamo, Michael Pena and Josh Lucas. Though Tommy Lee Jones was originally attached to direct, the job eventually went to Brad Furman, who directed 2007′s The Take.
Based on a novel by Michael Connelly, The Lincoln Lawyer looks like Primal Fear with a little more street as a lawyer who conducts business from the back of his Lincoln and gets wrapped up in a high profile case. Lionsgate will release The Lincoln Lawyer on March 18. Check it out the trailer the jump. Read More »
The Bang Bang Club, a dramatization of a true story about four photographers who documented the end of apartheid in South Africa, is scheduled for a world premiere next month at the Toronto Film Festival. I thought we’d covered this film in the past, but there’s little about it on the site. So while this trailer (which I believe is a sales trailer, rather than an official theatrical one) isn’t super-new, this is a good time to present it. Read More »
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Traditionally, Saturday Night Live spinoff movies are a dicey proposition. The good ones are few and far between. Most try to stay too close to the sketches that spawned them, and never make a case for spending ninety minutes with the characters. The idea behind MacGruber seems more shaky than most. Take very short sketches that riff on MacGyver, and stretch them into feature length. But there was some weird character background lurking in those short SNL appearances, and MacGruber takes the uncomfortable nature of the main character and injects it into a parody-slash-recreation of ’80s action movies.
MacGruber opens in theaters everywhere today. Read More »