Director Danny Boyle‘s latest film, the biopic Steve Jobs starring Michael Fassbender, is getting plenty of early praise after its debut at the Telluride Film Festival this past weekend. And with the film mostly in the can (Telluride hosted a “work-in-progress” screening) and moving towards some potential awards season love, Boyle is already thinking about his next film, and it’s one fans have been wanting for awhile.
Boyle is hoping that he can finally make Trainspotting 2 his next film, but there are certain elements that are out of his hands which may make that a little difficult. Find out more about the long-gestating sequel below! Read More »
At Comic-Con, I usually spend most of my days camped out in the big convention hall Hall H (some people call it “Hall Hell”) but this year I spent Thursday pursuing some Pixar and Disney presentations in some of the smaller halls. First up was a presentation on Pixar’s upcoming holiday special Toy Story That Time Forgot. After the jump you can find out what I learned about the next installment of the Toy Story series.
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Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 by Angie Han
Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang will be reuniting this winter for Toy Story That Time Forgot, the latest Toy Story TV special. And with Comic-Con just around the corner, ABC has debuted a fun first look in the form of a poster designed by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola.
Why Mike Mignola? Well, can you think of anyone else you’d rather have drawing a mace-wielding dinosaur warrior for the Comic-Con crowd? Check out his artwork after the jump.
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Those who saw and quite liked Submarine now have a new film to look forward to, as Craig Roberts, the star of Richard Ayoade’s film, is also the lead in a romantic crime movie called Comes a Bright Day. Roberts meets and falls for a jewellery sales girl (Imogen Poots) but suffers a turn of difficult events when a couple mean-minded men (Kevin McKidd, Josef Altin) attempt to rob her shop.
Simon Aboud wrote and directed, and this first trailer for the film makes it out to be an interesting little piece of work. I like what we see of the performances, and the design and general tone. Check out the footage below. Read More »
This is a must-see. I know some opinions have been divided on Pixar’s upcoming film Brave. Personally, I was captured by the first teaser trailer and then felt as if the clip and full trailer that followed were a bit scattershot. I was left not really knowing what to expect from the film.
Now a Japanese trailer has surfaced for Brave, and I think it is the best look at the film yet. Doesn’t hurt that this trailer features a lot of new footage, and that much of that footage emphasizes the mystic aspects of the story, rather than the comic. (The title, as translated in this case, is even cool: Merida and the Frightening Forest.) Check it out below. Read More »
Disney has released a third trailer for Pixar’s 2012 film Brave. The new trailer is actually more of a extended clip from the movie than a traditional trailer — I know it is being promoted as such, but I’m not sure if this will be screened in theaters. Watch it now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The teaser trailer for Pixar’s Brave was an absolutely gorgeous thing that showed off the studio’s first female lead, Merida, voiced by Kelly Macdonald.
Now here’s the full trailer, which introduces us to the film’s world and the gloriously exaggerated characters that inhabit it. This isn’t one of Pixar’s best trailer efforts, I think, but hopes for Brave remain high. Read More »
The trailer for Brave, Pixar’s next full-length animated film, will arrive tomorrow. In anticipation of that look at the film three new stills have come online. The pics show most of the film’s major characters, and reinforce the impression given off by the teaser that this might be Pixar’s most fully-realized world.
Brave is Pixar’s first film with a central female protagonist, and Kelly Macdonald voices Merida, a rebellious young princess who brings trouble to her land after breaking an ancient custom. That’s her in the image above, and you’ll meet other characters in the gallery below.
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Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 by Angie Han
Earlier this year, we posted a trailer for Guy Moshe‘s Bunraku, only to be asked by the producers to take it down when it turned out that the video we’d shown was not the official trailer. We promised then that we’d re-post when the producer-approved version surfaced, and now here it is.
The super-stylized samurai/Western/noir flick stars Josh Hartnett, Woody Harrelson, and Japanese musician/actor Gackt star as a drifter, a bartender, and a samurai, respectively, who join forces to take down a powerful crime boss (Ron Perlman). Demi Moore and Kevin McKidd also appear. Watch the 100% official trailer after the jump.
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No one will ever argue that this past weekend was Pixar’s best, as Cars 2 opened with a solid but not overwhelming take and a fairly dismal critical reception. But there is a bright spot: the teaser trailer for next year’s Pixar summer film, the fairy tale Brave. The teaser is now online, and it is a small piece of beauty. Check it out below. Read More »